While walking to get a coffee today, I saw this sign in front a storefront. As I read it, I must admit I first felt taken aback. Yet, a few minutes later I found myself loving its honesty. While drinking that much needed coffee, I couldn't help but think of the sign in relationship to the leaders, healers, educators, and visionaries I meet and collaborate with. Leaders, who often find themselves struggling to keep up with all that is expected of them. Many of these women and men, true leaders who are working to create a more healthy, equitable, sustainable, and socially just world, describe their working life with terms like "exhaustion, overwhelmed, out of balance, or filled with too much to do." The sign caused me to think about the questions I ask myself, and will ask you here: As leaders working in what many say is a wounded world, how do we build in time for our own renewal? How do we ensure our own lives are healthy and abundnant? How do we ensure we are giving from an integrated, healthy place? How well are we saying no, setting boundaries, or simply saying no more intakes today, no exceptions?