PechaKucha (PK) Nights are Back in Greenville!

We’re so excited to be bringing PechaKucha Nights back to Greenville! PK Nights are informal and fun gatherings where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, thoughts, holiday snaps — just about anything, really, in a PechaKucha 20×20 format (20 slides, 20 seconds per slide).

Become Your Own Financial Superhero

“Smart Investing & Estate Planning in 2017” Ladies Lunch and Learn on April 1st from 11:00am to 1:00pm. We’re continuing our series of Lunch and Learn Teas, and this one is all about becoming your own Financial Superhero. At Saffron’s 2728 Wade Hampton Blvd – Suite B, Greenville, SC 29615. The cost is $25, which includes your lunch.

The Nightmare Before Christmas MoonLight Market is November 6th

Mark your calendars now for our MoonLight Market on Sunday, November 6th from 11:00am to 3:00pm! We’re doing a Nightmare Before Christmas theme so don’t put your Halloween costumes up just yet. Come in costume & receive a little sercie. We might even have a contest! The market will be in our parking lot at 1211D Laurens Road in Greenville.

Bees and Butterflies in Your Garden, Honey in Your Skincare, Ladies Lunch and Learn Tea

We’re continuing our series of Lunch and Learn Teas, and this one is all about Bees and Pollinators. Reserve your spot now (seating is limited!) and learn from several amazing ladies how to encourage bees and pollinators in your yard and help them thrive! Saturday, February 27th from 11 am – 130 pm at Bocca Pure Italian, 2660 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, South Carolina 29609.

Menopausy – Ladies Lunch and Learn on November 7th

We’re continuing our series of Lunch and Learn Teas, and this one is all about Menopause. Reserve your spot now (seating is limited!) and learn from a group of amazing ladies how to survive and thrive during “the change” every woman experiences.

Heather Marshall Sharing “Write On: From Dream to Page”

Back in April Heather Marshall came and spoke at Women’s Social Business Group. The seminar was Write On: From Dream to Page, Write Your Path Forward. In this meeting, Heather wanted to help us use creative writing techniques. Today I thought I would share what I wrote in the From Dream to Page meeting. The workshop was broken down into a few pieces but I’m just going to highlight a few of them.

A Poem from the Lunch & Learn

Roxana Evans was one of the ladies that joined me for the Lunch & Learn. She is such a fun and interesting lady! She is also letting me share one of the poems that she wrote from our writing time with Heather Marshall. I love this, I bet you will too!

From Roxana: I sat through the writer’s workshop where Heather had us write about something from our childhood. Somehow this little monkey came back to memory as we wrote whatever came to mind in the space of a couple minutes. Enjoy the strange poem that came forth from my Brazilian childhood!

Marianne Frederick- The Lady of The Hats!

The delightful Marianne Frederick shared some fun and humor with us. She made the wonderful suggestion to come in your most festive tea hat, which you can see from all the pictures just added to our fun! Marianne also shared some great info with us: “How to Have Energy Left at the End of the Day.”

Let me share a few of her ideas and tips to help reenergize you during a long, busy day.

Virginia Kirwan- Drink More Tea!

Virginia Kirwan came and shared about “Herbal Teas for Spring Relief and Summer Health.”

Virginia had several tips for us with using herbal blend teas for spring and summer health. Spring is beautiful but also brings in the allergy season and there are blends that help fight off those watery eyes, sniffly noses and exhaustion from the pollen. She also shared about teas to help with stress, aging and to cool down in the upcoming summer heat and the occasional hot flash!

Heather Marshall – Helping Us Write Our Legacy Stories

Heather Marshall. I always learn something amazing from Heather. She is a wonderful teacher. I am looking at somehow using this to capture my Grandparent’s lives by asking them questions and writing out their answers. I picked this topic because I felt that it could be used in so many ways for me personally with my Grandparents being older and in not so great of health. By getting as many stories from them as I can, I hope this will help me to create a beautiful story book for my family and my niece and nephew who will only have a little time with them. I also want to use it as a way to learn more about myself and my own “legacy.” Who am I really? Another thing I would like to do with this technique is to help me tell my Raspberry Moon story better.


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