How to Buy a Business While Also Moving Homes

Posted by on 9.3.22 in Uncategorized

Guest article by Brad Krause Buying a business is a major commitment, financially, emotionally, and practically speaking. The same is true of buying a new home. If you’re thinking of undertaking both of these tasks simultaneously, you have a lot of work to do. The key to success is advanced planning. By doing your due […]

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Your Guide to Living Healthy on a Budget

Posted by on 8.16.22 in Uncategorized

Guest article by Brad Krause Maybe you feel discouraged by the presumed costs of living a healthy lifestyle. But here’s the good news: it’s a myth that eating a nutritious diet and working out are necessarily expensive. In fact, switching to healthier habits is often the best choice for your financial situation, too! No matter […]

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Reaching Your Sales and Marketing Goals with Top Professionals by Your Side

Posted by on 5.22.22 in Guest Blogging

Article by Eleanor Wyatt. When it comes to reaching your sales and marketing goals, it certainly helps to have the right sales and marketing professionals by your side to help you with the process. Outsourcing is a good option if you want to diversify your talent base and get access to top-notch talent in these […]

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How to Become a Teenage Entrepreneur

Posted by on 5.4.22 in Guest Blogging

Guest Article by Eleanor Wyatt If you’re a teenager with an entrepreneurial mindset, you may be interested in launching your own business venture. Not only is this a great way to generate an income, but you’ll also get practical, real-life business experience that can be the basis for a fulfilling future career. Deciding What to […]

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4 Side Hustles for Stay-at-Home Moms and Dads That Actually Work

Posted by on 3.7.22 in Guest Blogging

Guest blog article written by Eleanor Wyatt We all know that stay-at-home parenting is a full-time job – yet, sadly, it’s one that doesn’t guarantee a full-time paycheck. According to Pew Research, 1 in 5 moms and dads are stay-at-home parents. Perhaps you’re wondering how these individuals are making money to pay the bills without […]

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How the Pandemic Changed How People Live … And How to Adapt

Posted by on 12.22.21 in Guest Blogging

Andrea Sturdivant a writer, video editor, and digital content creator, dedicated to creating quality content for businesses to further their journey to letting the power of their voices be heard. Reach out to her today for more info! 980.785.5019 Article by Eleanor Wyatt Saying the pandemic was a momentous event is an understatement. It fundamentally […]

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Affordable Tips for Upgrading Your Home Workspace

If you work from home, it’s important to have a dedicated space where you can focus on your job. Putting some effort into upgrading your office area can ensure greater comfort and productivity. That doesn’t mean you have to spend big bucks on fancy office equipment or commercial rental space. You can upgrade your home office with some easy-to-implement and affordable steps. Follow these tips to get started.

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Admirable Spencer Van Lêuen

Posted by on 8.6.21 in Short Story

Spencer Van Lêuen was thinking about Natalia DeLaurentis again. Natalia was an beautiful woman with an awesome figure and a gorgeous smile. Spencer walked over to the window and reflected on his sunny surroundings. He had always loved picturesque Sengula with its breathtaking sunsets over the ocean. It was a place that encouraged his tendency […]

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Annika an Afrikaanse- Ballerina: The Masquerade Ball

Back home. A fresh new start. Dedicated ballerina who never had faith in love to begin with. A chance at Love and to Hope…

Seventeen-year-old Annika is a boarding school student with a passion for ballet, but as a black ballerina, she’s had her share of setbacks. She travels back home for her father’s funeral where she is forced to reckon with her past and present while reconnecting with her estranged stepfamily. She’s hoping that a trip off the coast of South Africa to the country Sengula, and a couple of months away from her life in boarding school, might help her figure out how she can move forward and be happy.

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My Best Friend

Posted by on 7.28.21 in Poetry

Poem dedicated in loving memory of my best friend and sister, Yoshika Walker.

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