November 24th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Marco Lombardi

This week’s Featured Onepager strikes a chord with us!

Marco Lombardi is an Australian pianist and composer who specializes in classical, rock, pop, and blues music.

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November 17th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Shop, Cook, Eat Student

This week’s Featured Onepager aced the test!


Thanksgiving break is coming up, marking one of the most famous pilgrimages in American history: that time when college students schlep back home to take a break from Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, cafeteria burritos, and frozen chicken nuggets. When they get back, it’s time for finals, which is when your brains needs nutrients more than ever. But with all those finals, where does one find the time? Shop, Cook, Eat Student has all the answers (nope, not the the ones on your O-Chem exam. Sorry, man).

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November 4th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Precious Memories Bridal Shop

If any of you has reasons why this Onepager should not be featured, speak now or forever hold your peace.

Phew! That moment is always a little tense, eh? Now that we’re all in agreement, let’s take a look at Precious Memories Bridal Shop, which has been outfitting the brides and grooms of mid Michigan for over 30 years.

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October 27th, 2014 - Customer Spotlights

Meet MJ Summers, a Bestselling Romance Novelist Who Went from Working for the Federal Government to Signing a Four-Book Deal with HarperCollins in Less than a Year

MJ Summers is the author of the Full Hearts series, whose first book was an instant Amazon bestseller. When she needed to publicize her debut novel with a small budget, she created a Onepager, helping launch her into the literary star with a multipage site she is today. Her third book, Breaking Love, comes out Tuesday, and what better way to embrace fall than by curling up with a good read?

When did you start writing?

I started April of last year. It’s a new thing for me, to be totally honest. I have a general science degree and after a long and windy path, found myself working as a mediator for the federal government. Then I had kids and stayed home to be with them for close to eight years before I began writing. I read a couple of contemporary romance novels and was inspired to give it a try.

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October 16th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Summit

This week’s Featured Onepager is part of the solution!

Summit designs mobile solutions to engage attendees and encourage participation at large events.

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October 7th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Goodale’s Bakery

This week’s Featured Onepager takes the cake!

Goodale’s Bakery is a family-owned bakery which has been bringing northern Michigan delicious treats for over 40 years. They’ve made finding their info online as easy as picking up apple pie from their storefront.

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October 1st, 2014 - Customer Spotlights

Meet Christina Vuleta, a 40-Something Who’s Teaching 20-Somethings to Be More Disruptive, Part 2

Christina Vuleta is the founder of 40:20 Vision, a non-profit dedicated to bridging the gap between 40-something women and their 20-something counterparts. Christina had too many interesting stories to fit into one post, so we’ve published her interview in two installments. Here’s the second half!

If you were to give advice to your 20-year-old self, what would you tell her?

To not box yourself in or think that you have to follow a certain path. Just because there’s one traditional path in an industry, doesn’t mean that you need to take it. The best thing you can do is figure out what your strengths are and where those strengths are valued. You can be in companies where the people that get the most attention are the people that bring in the most business, but you don’t have to be good at new business to succeed in a company. If you’re really great at customer relationships, that’s really important too. Where the most noise is isn’t necessarily where your biggest values and successes will be. It’s really more about figuring out what your strengths are, what you like to do. Then figuring out where those are valued so you can really flourish and grow.

Also, not to get sidetracked by what everybody else is doing. And to put money in your 401K or savings or whatever you have. Just to know that there’s always going to be more opportunities. Every time you have a failure, it feels like the end of the world, but pretty soon you’re like, “Ah.” If you go through enough ups and downs, you know there’s going to be an up. Just know—as hard as it is at the time—there will be an up, and if you’re relatively smart and good at what you do, you’ll be able to create something.

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September 29th, 2014 - Customer Spotlights

Meet Christina Vuleta, a 40-Something Who’s Encouraging 20-Somethings to Be More Disruptive, Part 1

Christina Vuleta is the founder of 40:20 Vision, a non-profit dedicated to bridging the gap between 40-something women and their 20-something counterparts. Christina had too many interesting stories to fit into one post, so we’re publishing her interview in two installments. Enjoy the first half!

The Forty Women to Watch Over 40 list is an outgrowth of your organization, 40:20 Vision. When did that get started?

That started four or five years ago. I worked at a consultancy and we did a lot of work with generational research and trends, helping companies develop new white space or better positionings that are more future-focused.

I was out to brunch with some of my friends, all 40-somethings, and we were waiting for our table when these two younger girls, who were also waiting, started asking us questions about careers, boyfriends, dating in New York City, all that. We sat down, and I thought, “I wish we could just bottle it and give it to them.” They had this bravado, but they still didn’t have confidence. They were still asking the same questions we asked—they just didn’t know how awesome they were.

When I started talking about my idea, everybody was saying, “Oh, you can’t. You have to live it to learn it. 20-somethings don’t want advice.” I wondered where that came from. When you look at generational research, the boomer attitude was, “Don’t trust anyone over 30. It’s us versus them.” With millennials, it’s much more of a friendship with their parents, not an authoritarian relationship. They’re more focused on continual learning. Why wouldn’t you want to get more perspective from people who have been there and done that?

But I also didn’t want to be telling them what to do. At that brunch, I thought, “Look at us, there’s seven of us around the table. We’ve each made completely different decisions. There’s people who are married, not married, having a baby on their own, getting divorced, just getting engaged, starting a company, consulting. We’re all in totally different places, but the one thing we have in common is that now we’re making decisions for ourselves. Now we have that confidence to say, ‘This is what I want to do,’ rather than, ‘Oh, everyone’s getting married. I should get married.’” Our generation is the first that really had so much freedom to make the good choices.

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September 22nd, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Albany Hiking Project

Today’s Featured Onepager is quite picturesque!

The Albany Hiking Project is a group of outdoor enthusiasts who lead free hikes in their hometown of Albany, Australia. Whether hikers want to clear their minds or build endurance, AHP has a trail for everyone.

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September 15th, 2014 - Featured Onepagers

Featured Onepager: Boulder Kitchen Studio

Today’s Featured Onepager is cooking with gas!

No man is an island, but every man would be lucky to own a kitchen island designed by Boulder Kitchen Studio, an interior design group located in Boulder, CO, headed by Patti Danzig. Warning: be prepared for major kitchen envy.

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