What do you do once you have broken the glass ceiling? Women everywhere are achieving far beyond what was thought possible not too long ago. For women, there is some work yet to be done, but in the business arena women are making names for themselves as serious power-players.
Once you achieve your first bout of success, you can better help others do the same. As a woman in the industry myself, I know how hard it is to defy the odds and surge beyond expectations.
Here are some things I learned along the way that can help you achieve your goals of success:Read More
Seabrook, Washington’s beach town, has announced the launch of the highly anticipated South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood. SOMA will feature 35 single-family residences of varying sizes in one of the most sought-after locations within the burgeoning seaside village. Nestled between Seabrook’s captivating oceanfront neighborhoods, a sprawling new park space and Seabrook’s vibrant retail center, SOMA is a perfect blend of coastal relaxation and urban convenience.
“With its location adjacent to the Town Center and beach trails, SOMA is the perfect neighborhood to call home,” said Casey Roloff, town founder and developer. “For the first time, Washington’s beach town will have a downtown feel, while retaining its focus on nature and community.” Read More
Crescent Executive Suites to Provide Spokane with Flexible Workspace
Irvine, California based Premier Business Centers, one of the largest privately owned flexible workspace operators in the USA, is opening its first location in Spokane, Washington. Premier continues to expand with 82 locations in 11 states plus the District of Columbia. Premier’s new Crescent Executive Suites provides flexible workspaces at 707 West Main Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201
Imagine your new office in Premier’s stunning new coworking and business center, strategically placed in a Class “A”, mid-rise building in Spokane’s Central Business District. Premier will have 12,255 square feet of flexible workspace on the 2nd floor in the Crescent Building, a fully restored 7-story historic mixed use building which sits across from River Park Square. Connected to the rest of Downtown Spokane via the Skywalks, patrons will enjoy a plethora of shops, cafes, restaurants, and more. Modern looking coworking lounge, 61 turn-key offices and mini-suites range from 96 to 500 sq. ft. and provide comfortable work spaces for 1 to 6 people.Read More
Note: On Monday May 22nd Property Manager Susan Thrasher put me in contact with Lily who came over to claim the dress. Still missing is a hat mentioned in the card.
This afternoon I found a new, orange(ish) sun dress by Max Studio in the bushes on a hill in the back corner of the complex (close to where the sani-can, equipment shed and partially tarped pile of boards are).
Close to it were a bag from Saks Off 5th Avenue and a Thank You card to ‘Ashley’ from ‘Lily’.
If you know Ashley or Lily or the story behind the dress, please contact me asap. I’d like to get this back to the rightful owner.
It looks like it may have been discarded by someone who should not have had it in their possession.
There seem to be many areas that homeowners at the Del Mar Villas are leaving themselves up to legal liability. Non-owners and residents using the facilities (including the gym, pool and tennis courts), no speed limit signs in the parking lots (which are used as speedway cut-throughs for delivery trucks and neighbors) are a couple things that are super obvious. Read More