Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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October 17, 2013

Belcher balances family life, career, hardship

GLASGOW — Successfully balancing work and home life can be like playing tug of war.

Laura Belcher, chief of planning and business development for TJ Samson Regional Health, and mom of Lindsay, 8, and Harrison, 6, said the desire of wanting to be a full time mom and full time employee can put a strain on a person

“It’s a constant juggling act,” Belcher said while at work, sitting near several photos of her family. “I think the most important thing is to be realistic. And you’ve got to learn that it’s OK if you’ve left a dish in the sink and went to bed. You can’t achieve perfection.”

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