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Wedding best practices, marketing advice, and living a life of faith in Lexington.

Do You Need a Season of Rest?

Y'all, it's a Monday kind of Monday. It's overcast and chilly outside and this morning came much too quickly after a busy weekend. But more than that, this season has been a Monday kind of season. Staying busy with work, a social life, and various ministries takes...

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A Year in Lexington

Wow! I can't believe it's been a full 365 days since I moved to Lexington with all my possessions in a big truck, my pets curled up in the back seat, and a lot of faith that this move was God-inspired and blessed. So much has changed in the past year. Many new...

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When You Feel Lonely

Ever experience a serious case of FOMO (fear of missing out)? That sinking in your gut where you check Instagram or SnapChat and realize, like, everyone around you is having a second baby, or adventuring on other continents, or announcing their engagement? Or even...

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Keeping the Spark Alive (for Your Business)

Loving your small business is a lot like loving a partner. It's exciting and scary at first. Then you get comfortable and in a routine. Then those quirks that were charming and endearing at the beginning start to wear thin, and the freedoms you thought you gained are...

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Introducing: Katelyn Hall

Back to Grasics is proud to introduce our first intern: Katelyn Hall. Katelyn has a background in event planning and coordinating through her work with CRU at the University of Kentucky. She has also worked in theater as a stagehand and currently does social media...

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Entrepreneur Spotlight: Daniel Zabala

This week, I spoke with my friend and fellow business owner, Daniel Zabala, a REALTOR® with Rector Hayden about the real estate industry and the particular challenges of self-employment that come with it. In addition to working full-time as an agent, Daniel is back in...

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Sushi Salad

Hello, again B2G pals! Today, I was craving some sushi, specifically from my favorite Lexington sushi house: Buddha Lounge. Unfortunately, I was not about to tackle Sunday evening, downtown traffic when I already have sushi ingredients at home! If you've ever tried to...

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Balsamic Chicken

Easy to fix, easier to eat! Standard fare in my kitchen and a great base for more intricate dinners.

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Start with Why

The millennial generation is the entrepreneurial generation. With more and more businesses being founded, many 20- and 30-somethings are thinking of becoming entrepreneurs themselves. But where to start? The answer: here.

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