Many of us are jugglers and magicians by trade; we just didn’t recognize our talents. As workers and employees, we juggle multiple demands and schedules, on and off the clock.
At the end of our shifts, many of us head home to take care of other family members. These family members are not necessarily minor children, but rather mothers, fathers or other aging family members. Their needs must be juggled with responsibilities to our employers. Somehow, it seems through magic, their needs are met, even if the caregiver is the one that struggles.