Category: connect

5 fun ways to bond with Mom

Mothers are beautiful creatures. My perspective of motherhood is shifting as my friends start to have kids of their own. Moms are normal women who have somehow opted to put many of their own...

Gather around the fire

Summer is just around the corner here in Seattle. We’ve been holed up all winter and we’re ready to spending more time outside. Our days are warming up bit by bit but it’s still...

Create what you can’t find.

For a lot of people, networking is a four letter word. It’s charged with awkwardness and insecurities. How are you supposed to just show up in a room full of people you’ve never met...

Finding your vision of happiness

A year ago , PURSUIT concierge + lifestyle management was launched. Coming from the real estate and bridal industries, I saw that too many people struggled with finding enough time to plan for these...

The power of an accountability partner

  Whether you’re part of a team or a solopreneur, having an accountability partner can change your world. Adding this one component to your professional life can shift you from just setting goals to blowing them...

Promote your biz at the Neighborhood Expo 2015

  Attending a business expo is a great way to get the word out about what you’re up to, learn about other businesses in the area and try out new marketing tactics. This year, a few of...

February 2015 networking events

  Hey there, Seattleites! February has arrived and there are lots of fun things happening this month. I’ve scoured the internet for the most intriguing networking opportunities and have presented them to you here....

Building a well-rounded network

  Too often, young professionals’ networks lack diversity in terms of age, race, and gender, as well as role, geographic location, and industry. Just as importantly, they lack people who play specific roles. Here...

Get the conversation started!

  As the famous Woody Allen quote goes, “showing up is 80% of life.” For networking, just showing up is the easy part. To make the trip worthwhile, you also have to start making conversation...