NC Author Showcase at Bond Brothers Brew Company

We’ve gathered the top summer books written by NC Authors for you at the Bond Brothers NC Author Showcase on June 2nd from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 202 E. Cedar St. in Cary, N.C. Summer NC Authors Showcase: Sheila Ogle, author of “The Pink House.” One of Cary’ NCs Top Ten Places to VisitContinue reading “NC Author Showcase at Bond Brothers Brew Company”

Step Back in Time with a Staycation in Warrenton, N.C.

Enjoy stepping back in time when you visit Warrenton, N.C. My husband and I went to the area partly to take a stroll on the trails at our timber farm a few miles down the road and partly to experience the growing downtown district of Warrenton. We started with lunch at the Hardware Cafe, aContinue reading “Step Back in Time with a Staycation in Warrenton, N.C.”

The Politics of Work

My favorite co-worker greeted me warmly every morning, liked to go for walks at lunch, and often took naps in the afternoon. She also had a tail and four legs. When this adorably puppy stopped coming to work, the atmosphere of the office shifted and I started to notice more politics. While, it may notContinue reading “The Politics of Work”

The Creep at Work

No, not the kind of “creep” at work that needs to be reported to the police. This is the creep that happens on Mondays when a conversation between your work life and your home life gets blurry. You can restore the boundaries when you visualize your time as a garden that needs to be nurturedContinue reading “The Creep at Work”

Reduce, Refresh, Recycle: Top Three Ways to Improve your Online Presence

It’s a new year and time to think about making your online presence the best it can be. Here are the top three ways to make an impact. Make it to the end of this blog and you win a free prize! Reduce your online presence by deleting old accounts and unsubscribing to lists thatContinue reading “Reduce, Refresh, Recycle: Top Three Ways to Improve your Online Presence”

I am the #Unjabbed

Nowhere in the “How to be Safe” manual does it say you can discriminate against someone because of their medical conditions. Yet, here we are, jobs being lost, and feeling at war with one another. I grew weary of being interrogated about my C-jab status, talking about my medical conditions, and hearing the lectures onContinue reading “I am the #Unjabbed”