We're not sure why it took so long, but we finally have an interior designer as a Housemate, and we couldn't be more happy that it is Gloria Sollecito. Positive, helpful, open, curious and creative, Glo has both been inspired by and inspiring to our community, which is the perfect combination. Here's a bit of her story and how she got started with her design business, Artful Kitchens.
We knew from the moment Sarah walked in the House that she'd be the perfect fit for our community. Upbeat, artistic, curious, enthusiastic, kind, and just so fun to be around, she's brought a ton of creative energy to the House and to the Cottage, where she has set up shop with both her ceramics and vintage clothing businesses. Here's a little bit about her and how she got her start.
UPDATE: We’ve found our new team member. Thanks for your interest!
We’re looking for a part-time Community Manager to join our team at Social House, a coworking and event space for creatives in downtown Lake Worth. Each member of our team does a little bit of everything in the House, juggling a variety of roles and tasks during day-to-day operations and the events we host throughout the week.
For a year and a half, motivational speaker and business/personal coach Tiffany Lanier has been that perfect type of Housemate: present, involved yet independent, helpful and willing to contribute her gifts to lift up the community, and filled with all kinds of hustle. We like to see the (balanced) hustle, folks – it motivates us to do and be more.
Tomorrow, she’ll be kicking off her in-person version of The Morning Shift, a weekly group session held here at the House focused on helping you establish and nurture your own unique morning routines and rituals. We figured today was the perfect time to take a few moments to get to know Tiffany better and learn how she made her Shift.
An independent book store? Yup, we’ve got that – and Lake Worth couldn’t be more excited about it.