Your Home Marketplace:  Where Creativity and Imagination Are Always Affordable

For over 22 years, the Kinnaman family has operated a business out of their 11,000 square feet of retail space located at 670 South Stratford Road in Winston-Salem.  Originally known and loved as Kinnaman’s Furniture, the business took a new direction in 2019. “After processing three tractor-trailers’ worth of furniture a week for 20-some years, […]

Be Aware of Neurologic Symptoms Due to COVID-19

By now, most of your reading this can probably recite the typical symptoms caused by Covid-19. You would correctly list coughing, fever, aches, tiredness, sore throat, and in some cases shortness of breath and respiratory distress. These sound like they come from a respiratory infection and are easily connected to COVID-19. Recent evidence suggests that […]

Stop Complaining! (It rewires your brain!)

For several years now, scientists, social psychologists, and career coaches have been taking a closer look at the impact of complaining. Everyone complains to some extent, of course. But for some, complaining becomes chronic, a daily habit. What has been coming to light is that too much complaining (or “venting” as many prefer to call […]

Goodbye, Loneliness!

There’s no medication or magic bullet for it and loneliness can happen to anyone at any time, however briefly or chronically. Feeling alone can leave you feeling sad and depressed. So, how can you cure loneliness? There are lots of options and solutions to help lessen and limit loneliness. Certainly, loneliness is common when it […]

How to Make Food Last Longer

Did you know that Americans tend to throw out 14% of the food that they buy each year, not counting leftovers and cooking scraps? Whether you’ve hit the weekly sales and bought too much of a good thing or you’re stocking up, keep in mind these handy tips to extend the life of the items […]

Hustle & Heart: Making the Quick Switch to Virtual Selling (What Nobody Tells You)

Now more than ever, those who are using a virtual platform for selling their products and services are thanking their lucky stars. So, what about those who are finally looking to turn to the dark side by going digital? We’ve seen retail spaces and restaurants shut down, social celebrations canceled and fairs, festivals, and trade […]

Kid Gloves On: How to Connect with Emotion-Driven Employees

I am a person that compartmentalizes well. I tend to place my personal life in one little box and my professional life in another. Within those two boxes, I have even more boxes. This systematic way of viewing my life allows me, often, to remove emotion from the situation. Not everyone is like me. A […]

Be Gone, Grammar Trolls!

Are you a grammar nerd? Before you answer, it’s important to proclaim that there is a big difference between a grammar nerd and a grammar troll. Grammar nerds are the good guys. The English-speaking world needs and even reveres its grammar nerds—the people who can explain to the rest of us the difference between an […]

Conversation with Your BFF: How Do You Know When You Need to Break Up?

I have no idea how many times, or how many relationships, I have ‘patched’ up. After you have an argument about who does more at home, disagree over where to go for a holiday, or just realize your partner isn’t giving their all, you give it another shot and then another shot. We all overlook […]

Fluffy Homemade Waffles with Strawberry Sauce

Ingredients For the waffle: 2 cups flour 1 tablespoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 2 eggs, divided into egg whites and yolks 1 2/3 cup milk 1/3 cup butter, melted For the strawberry sauce: 1 tablespoon lemon juice ½ teaspoon unflavored gelatin powder 1 lb. fresh strawberries (or frozen) 1/3 cup granulated […]

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