Monica Reichardt left a high paying career in real estate to sell three dollar ice cream cones.
In a year of uncertainty and change, Heather Bugg Ries made the most of her circumstances. After selling Ladybugg Bakery in May, she used her skill set in new ways to open Mrs. Hippie Eats out of her home in Hernando.
Jesse Olmsted has worked across the country, but he’s finally settling down — in a workshop full of sawdust, scrap wood and the tools needed to create just about anything.
If you’re walking down the hallways of the Silver Creek senior living facility, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed her room. When her door is not decked out in Hanukkah decorations, it’s covered with large handmade wreaths bearing silk sunflowers.
At 22, Victoria Duerstock dreamt of playing piano in concert halls and composing music for the rest of her life. Her natural creativity, though, had other plans for her.