Work/Life Balance Award Winners
Writer Jenivieve Elly is the mother of two young boys and works from home. Lately, she has been finding herself staying up late in order to complete her work, which has been hurting her productivity. Thanks to this award, Jenivieve is going to purchase an iPad to help her work on the go while at the park or playing in the playroom. Good luck, Jenivieve!
Writer Lydia Stephens currently lives and works overseas in China. She’s currently back home in New Mexico for a few months, and really wants to take a trip to Eugene, Oregon to visit her youngest brother at the university there. Lydia hasn’t seen her brother in a year, and now she can afford to take a few days off for the visit. Have fun, Lydia!
Writer and Titler Louise Lawson is a full-time writer, full-time student, and the sole breadwinner in her family. With a limited budget, Louise and her husband had to pass on celebrating their anniversary this year to make sure they could pay the bills. Louise and her husband plan on using this award to plan a trip to the aquarium with their children to celebrate their union. We hope you have a great time!
Writer and Expert Mark Applegate has had a challenging few years. With his wife going through two recent surgeries without insurance and his daughter graduating soon, Mark wants to make sure they get some family time in. This award will help Mark take a break from his four jobs to take a family trip to Branson. Safe travels, Mark!
Professional Resources Grant
Writer Nicholas Robbins works out of his home office on a computer that he built himself back in 2001. He’s been upgrading it as necessary, but it’s about to hit its upgrade capacity. Plus, a recently injured leg has led to multiple clots which require regular activity. Now thanks to this award, Nicholas will get a brand new laptop to stay mobile and productive. Congratulations, Nicholas!
Remember, applications for all awards are accepted during the first seven days of each month. Be sure to get your November application in!