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Creativity Breeds Creativity

by Hannah Mostellar • June 28, 2021

Has your favorite musician ever released a song that they made with another great musician? Did it blow your mind? There’s a beautiful and powerful phenomenon that occurs when talented individuals, who can do great things on their own, come together in a common desire to create.  Proximity propels their talents to new heights- encouraging, […]


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Productivity Hack: Taking Walks is Good for Your Brain

by Hannah Mostellar • April 23, 2021

At a winter wellness seminar we held at FireWorks a couple years back, I shared my wellness goal to take more walks. Since then, it’s not unusual for one of the amazing members at FireWorks to pop by my desk and ask, “Have you been taking your walks, Han?” This kind of thoughtfulness is one […]


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Why Remote Workers Thrive in Coworking Spaces

by Hannah Mostellar • March 22, 2021

Things are looking up this spring, and people are slowly but surely making their way out of the house and back into the world. Part of this movement is the return to in-office work; we miss our coworkers, our old water cooler conversations, and maybe even our commutes (because when else do we get uninterrupted […]


7 Best Places to Reserve Meeting Rooms in Metro Atlanta

by Hannah Mostellar • February 16, 2021

This past year, amidst everything sad and scary that has happened, it’s been remarkable to watch humans innovate and adapt in the face of COVID-19. We’ve overhauled our workflows in so many ways, and consequently, much of our lives takes place over Zoom these days. People are hosting book clubs, going on dates, starting new […]


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How to Find Side Jobs and Gigs for Teachers in Marietta

by Hannah Mostellar • January 26, 2021

Teaching is a calling, a personal conviction that inspires educators with a desire to help children grow and succeed in life. Like many “callings” and, in spite of its importance, teaching is not generally a highly paid profession. Full-time teachers often must find ways to fill in the financial gaps by taking side gigs, not […]


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Local Businesses to Support in Marietta This Holiday Season

by Hannah Mostellar • December 10, 2020

2020 has taken an extreme toll on small businesses. Because of that, there’s never been a better or more important time to shop locally. Marietta has some excellent options for everyone on your gift list this holiday season. We’ve rounded up some a gift guide, featuring some of our favorite small businesses to help you […]


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Perks of Creative Coworking Spaces

by Hannah Mostellar • November 5, 2020

Everyone deserves to “find their tribe”, so to speak. Even if we work alone, it’s nice to work alongside people that we enjoy and relate to, to feel like we’re part of something bigger than ourselves. As the coworking industry grows and more niche spaces open up, there are more and more opportunities for freelancers, […]


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Why Graphic Designers Thrive in Coworking Spaces

by Hannah Mostellar • September 18, 2020

With shared office spaces increasingly dominating the commercial real estate scene, it’s no secret that the coworking life works for lots and lots of people. Step into any coworking space and you’ll find a wide range of professions, like accountants, counselors, writers, analysts, photographers, and more. These groups are all attracted to different aspects of […]


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COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and Precautions

by Hannah Mostellar • September 8, 2020

Coronavirus lockdown made one thing clear: we’ll never take the office for granted again. We’re so glad to have our doors open again and are doing everything we can to take the stress out of going back to the office, so you can relax and get work done. Here’s what we’ve done and are doing […]


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What Coronavirus is Teaching Me About Community

by Hannah Mostellar • May 5, 2020

Friends, I have a confession to make: I am a homebody who hates working from home. Don’t get me wrong, I have a lovely home that’s full of plants, lots of natural light, and an excellent snack scene – all the things that coworking spaces advertise – but it’s a poor substitute for the sweet, inspiring, vibrant people you’ll normally find at FireWorks. I really miss my people.