But even dreams can sometimes cause the blues, when that happens a little alone time in her car is the...
And when she needs to ‘un-wine-de' it’s loud music, fermented grapes, four feline friends and the support of her husband that gets it done.
And when it's time to relax a simple, undisturbed walk in nature with his dog can cure all ills.
Though stopping work and just chilling can be a challenge, she has a husband, two daughters and a renovated 1976 Trillium Trailer that make it easier.
Pounding out that frustration via her bike, a good meal and a face mask has her ready to tackle the next day in no time.
And when she needs a break from the hustle she’s got a healthy rowing machine addiction, comfy pants and date with some Angry Birds to blow...
But if things go awry Chicago’s cultural melting pot of food and entertainment provides endless possibilities to unwind.
A practicing doctor, his “other” business helps support independent ECPs. And when he’s not working hard, he’s playing hard.
But clock-watching employees and insurance plans best watch out for his alter-ego: Eye Dr. Doom!
Luckily, it's nothing some favorite movies, spicy ramen and a little disk golf can’t make right.
Even when there always seems to be one. more. thing. to. do!
Luckily a little coffee, physical activity and travel keep the Acebos going.
It includes a hammock, towering pine trees and getting back to nature.
Of course, family, faith and friends play their part too.
She counts to-do lists, friends and sunsets for holding it all together.
But beware telemarketers and stupid mistakes … he has no patience for either of you.
Not to mention his love of the Rotary, VEE, music, travel, books and the Buckeyes.
And her prescription for unwinding: 30 minutes of recreational reading, live music and home cooked meals.
Her husband, baby boy and a sandy stroll is all she needs to shake off a stressful day.
This familiar face has swapped the nightly news for episodes of Seinfeld and reading fiction to get his head right before bed.