She transitioned from a corporate career to coach and built her business working mainly with women who have a desire to go after a goal. She is based out of Dynamic Spine and Sports Therapy on Mill St at the Square. But you can often encounter Lisa running on the trails at the mountain!
Connect with Lisa if you want to review your fitness plans at LisaRunFitYoga@comcast.net
Two interviews for the price of one!
Bill first interviewed Jennifer Maxwell two years ago. Jennifer and her husband had just bought their dream farm and started their local business. Now Jennifer has expanded her blueberry bushes, has add art and has a baby due!
Shop Hippie Kids is the brain child of two sisters and Bill speaks to one, Kissie (from McKenzie) and explains her passion for clothes and the business they have built together. You will absolutely notice the VW van and the hip clothes when you come to the Marietta Artisan Market!
Antoinette Michelle watched her grandmother bake, not knowing that she would start a business when her husband, Shaun had health issues. Now they run the Sugar Muffins Bake Shop, named after their daughters nickname. You can find them at the Marietta Square Farmers Market and be sure to follow them on Instagram.
A lot has changed for Buddy Finethy since Bill interviewed him in 2018. Buddy bought out his Hawg and Ale partners, his friend Big John took over the menu (and added soul and love) and Buddy found musicians to create a unique soundscape.
All of these elements result in a unique Marietta community.
COVID pushed them to the brink, but with the help of the community and some PPP loans, they are coming back even stronger.
Check out Buddy and Big John at the Hawg & Ale Smokehouse 25 Powder Springs Street.