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This episode of The Balancing Act takes us from backstage at Broadway to a closer look at online education.

A true Broadway landmark, Chicago is a universal tale of fame, fortune and all that jazz with show-stopping songs and amazing dancing. We go behind the scenes and celebrate 20 years of razzle dazzle, as correspondent Amber Milt gets to make her Broadway debut. Next, Independence University President Eric Juhlin joins us to explain how the flexibility and freedom of an online education makes for a better life offline.

Finally, as we age, our bodies start to lose the ability to replenish collagen, and the solution may be as simple as the consumption of a hydrolyzed collagen supplement. Great Lakes Gelatin helps us discover this key to looking and feeling younger, and the solution may be a simple as a supplement you mix with your morning cup of coffee.

The Rockefeller Foundation is working to give communities the food, income, and benefits they need to survive by providing access to various helpful resources.

Homesquare offers an extensive and curated range of functional, stylish, and modern furniture that allows customers to create their dream home office.

The Balancing Act is back, exploring ways to survive and thrive during the coronavirus pandemic – from mental health to creating your dream workspace.

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