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Don't let business rule your life 24/7. These successful businesswomen sure don't.

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This story appears in the March 2003 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Finding balance is the never-ending quest of busy people, particularly women entrepreneurs who often handle the "multiple caretaker" role. How do women business owners make time for themselves?

Kristi Hedges, 32, and Elizabeth Shea, 37, co-founders and principals, The SheaHedges Group, a McLean, Virginia, company that provides strategic marketing and public relations to technology companies (Sales: $2 million):

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