Member Highlight: Drew Mosely + Pete Wosnik

Written by Drew Mosely Driving in Gwinnett is dangerous. In 2017, there were 39,970 crashes in Gwinnett. According to the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, 13,535 of these crashes resulted in injuries (click here for more statistics on Gwinnett fatalities and other accidents). It is likely for these accidents to have caused more injuries than reported as people decline treatment …

Here’s What You Missed: October

And another one bites the dust! 10 months down, two more to go. But I can promise you, November and December are going to bring in the most fun yet! If October felt more trick than treat, then you may have missed some of the fun at Cornerstone. Lucky for you, we’re here to catch you up and let you …

Confidence: A TedxTalk by Brittany Packnett

“We treat confidence as a nice-to-have instead of a must-have.” When you think of confidence, what do you imagine? Whatever comes to mind is most likely a belief or person that had a major impact on you growing up. This is precisely the conviction of Brittany Packnett. If we all went after our businesses or nonprofits with confidence, there is …

Member Spotlight: Harrison + Luke

Once members sign up, it’s hard to imagine them not in our space. When Harrison and Luke signed on, we knew they would pour into our sense of community. They are also a great duo for bringing the jokes and spilling some wine. Get to them below with a brief description of what they do and how much they love …

Perks of Kids Using Technology: How the Internet is Teaching Empathy

Technology is a positive tool for kids because it allows for education and growth outside of an everyday classroom setting. There is opportunity to not only teach through various platforms, but also gain practical social/emotional skills. Educator and PBS Contributor, Rusul Alrubail, examines how Education Technology (EdTech) has helped her students understand higher level emotions like empathy. Alrubail writes, “…our …

Preparing Your Work Life for Maternity Leave

Getting your life baby ready is already intense, but adding work responsibilities takes the intensity up a notch. If you’re a remote employee or freelancer, you experience this pressure on a different level. Maternity/paternity leave has been a topic of discussion for many years, but recently the leave time has been challenged. However, a self-employed or remote worker will face …

Coworking as a Parent

Written by Charity Estes Being a parent is my greatest joy and purpose, but adding work to the mix brings in new challenges. If you’re reading this, you probably understand what I mean. Maintaining a work-life balance is important, and you need to make your time a priority. One way I enjoy creating a balance is though keeping my work …

The 411 on Working from Home with Kids

At some point while you’re child-rearing and working, you’ll have to bring your kid(s) to work. For someone working from home or at a coworking space, your day will look different than someone in a traditional 9-5 job. Luckily, there are numerous people bringing their kids to coworking spaces or keeping them at home for the summer. Although we are …

Our Reading List: Summer Books to Kickback With

Written by Samantha Proctor Summer has hit us, friends! If you’re lucky, you get to take some time off, hang out at the beach or by the pool, and what’s better than laying in the sun with a good book*? Also, if the kids get a summer reading list, you should too! Check out a few of our summer favorites …

Why Cornerstone Coworking Should be Your Home this Summer

You don’t want to fill your summer with work, but as an adult you don’t really have a choice in the matter. But you do have a choice in where you work! When you’re at home, distractions surround you. Whether it’s kids or laundry, it’s difficult to focus. Lucky for you, finding a coworking space will benefit your working habits. …