Guest Post by Christopher Haymon of Adulting Digest Long ago, before machines and mass production became the means by which we manufacture goods, we had craftsmen, tradespeople, and artisans. Now that for the most part, these very essential products are no longer made by hand, they have become hobbies for those who enjoy them and […]

by Sonja Bolton of SJB LLC Featured Image by John Sepe Photography When a community is cemented with solid connections, we can bring each other along to grow and thrive together. Improving local living means thinking in innovative ways and being swept up in the inspiration by other local change makers. One of my favorite […]

Guest Post by Christopher Haymon of Adulting Digest So you want to start your own freelance business? Great decision! You get to set your own hours, work on projects you’re passionate about, and be your own boss. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that over 53 million Americans have chosen to take up freelancing for […]

By Caroline Tremblay Your Brain on Grief & Disbelief For the first weeks of quarantine, there was a flurry of activity across EVERY social media platform, encouraging professionals to embrace this time. Learn a language! Reinvent your resume! Build your email list! (Admission: I totally got sucked into it. My inbox is currently piled high […]