Grace Pinegar is a lifelong storyteller with an extensive background in various forms such as acting, journalism, improv, research, and content marketing. She was raised in Texas, educated in Missouri, worked in Chicago, and is now a proud New Yorker. (she/her/hers)
They say there are two ways to skin a cat (ew), and there are even more ways to manage a project.
“Someday my prince will come,” was a big phrase throughout my Disney-filled childhood.
If you’re not succeeding at a challenge, you might try to change your approach.
Change is hard, and some people do not handle it well at all.
I am a planner. If I’m going on vacation, I want to know what I’m doing every second of every day.
In marriage, a prenuptial agreement can save both parties money and help spare their sanity in the...
If you’ve seen the movie “27 Dresses,” you remember the scene where Jane realizes she’s lost her...
If Grandma doesn’t answer her phone, you leave a voicemail. If your spouse doesn’t answer, they...
I’m no lawyer, but I understand the importance of making a tight case when something matters to you.
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