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The Art of Balance—in Home and in Life

Our publisher Holly Scott juggles family, career, and a Colorado life she loves



Portrait by Eleanor Williamson

We strive to create balance in our homes—but what about our lives?

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles and Mountain Living magazine publisher Holly Scott has worked in the media business for over 20 years and leads a tremendously busy yet fulfilling life. At the helm of two successful home design and architecture publications, Scott travels often, manages a 19-person team, and produces 15 issues a year (and even more than that considering both publications’ active digital components).

 

“I have a lot of people tell me that I’m cheery and positive,” Scott says. “I think it’s because I have found a secret recipe—although it’s not actually a secret—to managing all aspects of my life. It definitely doesn’t rely on being perfect, and I do make my family a priority.”

In an upcoming online interview series—Moms Living a Life They LOVE: How to Have a Flourishing Family, a Fulfilling Career, and Fun in the Process—Scott and other successful working moms share their amazing stories about creating the life they always wanted and sharing the unique challenges they faced, and how they overcame those obstacles.

FREE REGISTRATION:

The summit is live starting April 3, 2017. Twenty-one moms will be highlighted over 21 days; each interview will be available for 48 hours. After the last interview is released, the replay period will begin, during which all the interviews will be available for 72 hours. Register to watch the Moms Living a Life They LOVE series today!

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