Quarantine Cocktails + Mocktails

Okay, it’s about time quarantine moves on out of the way; but since that is not happening, it’s time to make it fun! A few weeks ago, we had a little virtual Happy Hour to see how you were all doing! We encouraged you to BYOB (bring your own beverage), but we decided that’s not good enough. So here is …

Communicating Across the Cyberspace

There is a reason the phase communication is key has been relevant for so long. It’s hardly ever an easy task and has only increased in difficulty during Covid-19. Between text messages and emails, tones are mishandled and wording isn’t always clear. Although many of you who use coworking spaces have adjusted to remote communication, it is new for many …

Time Management Tips For When You Work Alone

If you read our blog post last week, you learned how working around people (like in our Coworking space!) helps your brain focus better. It’s scientifically proven that working around another person who is exerting effort will help you work too. But we understand you can’t always make time for our space or you simply need a break from people. …

Here’s What You Missed: April

If the saying, April Showers brings May Flowers rings true – it’s going to be a beautiful May in Lawrenceville! We know that the rain and storms we’ve had may have kept you out of the office, but we want to make sure you’re caught up on all things Cornerstone! Here’s What You Missed: – Cornerstone Members’ Luncheon – On …

Reasons Why Networking is Your Friend

Although the internet is a wonderful creation and you’re putting lots of work into your marketing strategy, the age old concept of networking is still relevant. Putting yourself on social media is necessary for this age, but there are consumers you will not reach unless you’re physically in front of them. To accomplish this, attend networking events with business cards …

How Our Coworking Space Refreshes Your Business

Spring is a fun season for many reasons: it’s starting to warm up, flowers are blooming, and everyone’s a little happier. As you stare out your office window or at you cubicle wall, you’re daydreaming about being anywhere besides work. You’re planning your summer trips, wishing you were outside, or simply enjoying the idea of warmer weather. And odds are, …

Our Reading List: Contemporary Books for Women By Women

In true modern fashion, these books redefine femininity while also restructuring our ideas of female beauty and women in the workforce. Examining the modern woman and the ways our culture has grown since the first and second waves of feminism helps us envision where we’ll be in the future. Check out some current writers who are shaping the future for …

Building Equality Through Coworking Spaces

The concept of coworking spaces is relatively new, but they are popping up near every major city around the world. As more professionals are branching off into their own business or freelancing, coffee shops and offices are becoming crowded and boring. Coworking spaces offer a variety of plans, making them affordable for any budget. But another perk of this concept …

Maintaining a Work-Life Balance During Christmas

Life is just busy right now. You’re planning Christmas activities around your side of the family and your spouse’s family, then there are friends and coworkers, and it’s about time someone either invented an invisibility cloak or time machine. Unfortunately, these objects don’t exist so we’re forced to live like mere mortals and instill boundaries between work and life during …

Giving Instead of Receiving: How to Finally Get Involved in Your Community

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#75bfea” class=”” size=””]“Any small business, no matter how successful, can give back. All it takes is a dash of effort and a dollop of creativity.” [/perfectpullquote] About a year ago, I had a conversation with one of our members who said something that plays in my mind every day: “When my family succeeds or gets …