The Good in Gwinnett

In times of unforeseen events, communities–like the one in Gwinnett–show support and care in ways we forget is possible. Right now students are navigating online school, local businesses are rolling with the punches, and parents are taking on a new role as teacher. These shifts in our everyday lives mean a lot of our normal securities are uncertain. With Gwinnett …

Social Distancing but Make it Fun

2020 has been what we all expected. With the devastating fires in Australia, the tornado that destroyed Nashville, and now COVID-19 crippling most of the world. It feels like we can’t catch a break. At a time where we all need to feel a sense of community and support, we are being told to stay home and distance ourselves from …

COVID-19 Update: Our Approach to Keeping You Safe at Cornerstone Coworking

To all our Cornerstone Members,  We hope this update finds you and your families safe and healthy.  The City of Lawrenceville announced a joint emergency stay at home order with Gwinnett County. Citizens are urged to limit movements outside of their homes beyond essential needs. We have been in direct contact with the Mayor of Lawrenceville, David Still, and Cornerstone …

How to Participate in Giving Tuesday

We can agree donating your time, energy, or money is possible to do any time of the year. However, some people need another reason or push to gather friends, family or coworkers for one cause. Giving Tuesday is the extra reason to volunteer or donate! December 3, 2019 is a day to devote your energy into giving back. Whether it …

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 …

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 …

4 Ways to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

We all know amazing women who have gone through breast cancer, and we have seen the bravery and strength in them. One way we can continue to support the awareness and cure for this disease is through sharing charities and stories of women who are battling or have overcome this cancer. To help get you thinking, walking, and running for …

Fall Activities to do with Your Family

With fall starting in a couple of weeks, you’re probably planning all the ways to enjoy this season! Because of the festivals and cider, fall is without a doubt one of our favorite times of the year. As it starts to cool down, you need to get outside to enjoy the crisp air – especially when you’re cooped up in …

Setting Tech Boundaries: How Age Defines Their Tech Time

Technology usually accompanies a family outing when you have kids. Tablets, phones, TVs, and laptops are placed in front of children starting at a young age. Many times, this effort is used as a way to entertain the child while parents are working or having other conversations. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) claims there is a lack of …

Parents + Tech: Teaching Parents to Monitor Screen Usage

Cornerstone Coworking member Jay Lowrance, owner of Lowrance Media, held a Lunch and Learn to help parents understand trendy apps and how to safely monitor how kids are interacting with them. As children are being introduced to more technology, whether through school or as they become old enough to have their own devices, parents need to equip themselves with current …