Senior Advisor, Professional and College Relations at CVS Health
I have been working as a pharmacist in a variety of roles with CVS Health since 2007, and I can tell you that you can definitely balance your work, family, and healthy lifestyle. I was married during pharmacy school, so right off the bat I was balancing my work life with my husbands. I was able to work with my partners to work more evening shifts that morning shifts to match my husband's schedule, so most days we were at home and work at the same time, giving us more time together at home. I have also had 2 children since I was first licensed, and have always been able to balance things in order to be home for them when needed. CVS also just implemented paid maternity/paternity leave for all FT employees, which makes it even easier to take time off.
I think the most important thing to remember is that you own what is most important to you. Once you determine what is most important to you, you can prioritize your time and schedule to make time for these things. In my experience, people who are overworked feel that way because they are doing/working what someone else is dictating, rather than organizing their own time.