Paul Brunst is a busy police officer who lives in Denver, Colorado, with his wife and their three children. He strives to maintain a healthy work/life balance, which can be difficult in such a demanding position, and he spends as much time with his loved ones as he can.
Officer Paul Brunst doesn’t just spend time with his family, he keeps them involved with his life. From participating in volunteer efforts together to exercising and staying fit as a family, he goes out of his way to find balance.
Below are just a few quotes from a recent interview on how Officer Brunst feels about his family and maintaining his work/life balance:
- Family Volunteer Time.
“My wife and kids volunteer with me a lot. I love seeing them out there, having fun and helping others,” said Officer Brunst. “It helps them understand why I do what I do and it’s making my kids better people.”
- Family Activities.
“I’ve always loved exercise and staying fit, and as an officer, I train hard to protect others and myself.” Brunst elaborated, adding “My wife and kids work out with me, hike with me, bike with me and try to be a little family of police officers with me. I couldn’t be luckier.”
Whether you’re a police officer like Paul Brunst or a busy accountant, maintaining work/life balance isn’t easy, but it’s more than worth the effort.