Featured Artist: Margaret Mewborn MAE Wearable Art

MAE Wearable Art Margaret Mewborn

Let me tell ya’ll about my friend Margaret. We met in 2019 at The Southern C Summit in the happenstance way that many people do at conferences they’re attending where they show up knowing no one: sitting together at a lunch table full of strangers who decided it’s more comfortable to eat with people you … Read more Featured Artist: Margaret Mewborn MAE Wearable Art

Small Business + COVID-19: What Separates Survivors From THrivers

Lonely flower in shadow and light

When the bottom fell out earlier this month, and we went from business as usual to toilet-paper-hoarding, grocery-stockpiling, indefinitely-homebound psychopaths, any false sense of a roadmap about how to do life and business went out the window. I watched my inbox fill with cancellations, and lamented with my other small business friends as they voiced … Read more Small Business + COVID-19: What Separates Survivors From THrivers

The Enneagram Entrepreneur: Thriving Instead of Surviving as an Enneagram 6

Paige Overturf Angie Webb

I love personality assessments in the same way that some people love tarot card readings: they give me a bird’s eye view of myself, and they provide explanation to as to who I am when sometimes who I am feels crazy. I have a few friends who are obsessed with the enneagram, constantly referring to themselves … Read more The Enneagram Entrepreneur: Thriving Instead of Surviving as an Enneagram 6

A Farewell to the Industry That Grew Me

Angie Webb Suburbanite Photography

(This post originally appeared on my lifestyle photography site, SuburbanitePhotography.com) I’d be hard pressed to find anything that has taken me so quickly and deeply as photography. From the moment I first picked up my dad’s hand-me-down film SLR in the eighth grade, I was completely captivated, and it never stopped. I felt a draw … Read more A Farewell to the Industry That Grew Me