As I’m sure you’ve noticed, lately I haven’t been very active with my blog. I’m still semi-active on my Instagram, and I’m getting back on my Twitter game. It seems that I went on an accidental blogging hiatus, but I promise I have good reason…

I started a new job!

So, in a post I wrote a few months back, I wrote about coworking and the local space that I was a part of. Since last September, I have been the Community Manager at WorkTable. A couple months ago, our co-founders were introduced to a wonderful family owned staffing firm, The DAVIS Companies. Behind the scenes, they started collaborating in a way that would allow DAVIS to expand WorkTable to their area.




For the past couple weeks, I have been extremely busy, and honestly, stressed out. Though I am only the CM, I still became a player in a business acquisition, something that was foreign to me. During this transition, not only did I become full time at WorkTable, but I also started a position with The DAVIS Companies.

I am so happy to finally announce that my full time job is not only running day-to-day life at WorkTable, but I am also a Marketing Representative at The DAVIS Companies. I am thankful for both of these roles. I never imagined either of these things would come from getting a part time CM job, but I definitely am excited to see where all of this takes me.

All of this is pretty exciting stuff and lately I have just been trying to settle into the changes, as well as keep all of this a secret- trust me, it was hard! I will be paying more attention to my blog, creating more content, and obviously continuing to stay active on social media. I have some other pretty exciting things coming up, so be on the lookout for some more blog posts!

Emily Riane

P.S. Thanks to everyone who has supported me and guided me through these past couple weeks in some way or another- I seriously couldn’t have made it through without you!

If you would like to read the full press release about this exciting partnership, you can check it out, here! 


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