This month I had the opportunity to try a HIIT class (that’s high-intensity interval training) at The Cycle Loft here in Greensboro. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been to the Chipotle right below it and didn’t even realize what was above me. Serves as a good reminder to keep my eyes off my phone and on the world around me!
First impression: I loved the calming and inviting interior. The decor is perfect and made me want to stay and chill for a while after the class. There are changing rooms, ample space to store your belongings and a nice seating area as well, as you can see below. Water bottles are available for purchase, or there is a filtered water cooler upstairs as well. Continue reading “Small Business Spotlight – The Cycle Loft Greensboro”→
Most of you know that I enjoy supporting small businesses and if given the chance, I’ll choose a local business 99% of the time as opposed to a large chain (Chipotle is my big exception). I love helping other entrepreneurs grow and thrive in the community, hearing their stories, and making new connections. When I lived in Columbia, SC, most weekends started with a trip to Soda City Market which has grown into an incredible melting pot of local vendors including farmers, artists, musicians, food trucks, and so much more. It’s one of the things I miss most about South Carolina, but thankfully I’ve found the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market here in NC which has been a wonderful replacement. I love their purpose, listed below: Continue reading “Small Business Spotlight – Greensboro Farmers Curb Market”→
This week my husband and I were thrilled to be able to try a class at Wine & Design Greensboro. We are always looking for fun new activities for date nights, and after a hectic workday, it seemed like the perfect way to unwind and express our creativity.