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How to work remotely: set boundaries, make your bed & stay out of the kitchen

By Sarah | August 14, 2020
how to work remotely

Remote work is harder than it sounds. Let three of our members who are veterans of the remote work force show you the ropes.

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Lory Vargas on the importance of routine and human interaction

By Caitlin Joseph | August 3, 2020
Lory Vargas, Groundwork member

Living in a rural area is what brought Lory to Groundwork. She says “seeing human beings is mandatory,” and we couldn’t agree more.

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Community Spotlight: SouthCoast Food Policy Council

By Caitlin Joseph | July 22, 2020

“We need to build a local food system that puts health first and supports a robust regional food system.”

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GW’s new film club is topical and timely

By Sarah | July 16, 2020

Tuesday Night Film Club at Groundwork is all about discussing topical films with a small group of enthusiasts. Here’s why we’re loving it.

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5 ways to feel better this week

By Sarah | July 10, 2020
5 ways to feel better

Lots of us are in a slump right now, and it’s understandable. Our co-founder shares 5 simple ways to feel better that have been working for her lately.

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Member Spotlight: Midori Evans

By Caitlin Joseph | July 2, 2020

“I love the camaraderie of a coworking space, the shared ideas over coffee and afternoon snacks, not to mention appreciating not being in my house!”

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Returning to Coworking: A COVID Safety FAQ

By Sarah | June 30, 2020
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If you’re considering coming back to work, it is likely you have a TON of questions. Here are the most common ones we’ve been getting.

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Groundwork Reopens Offering Workspace to the Coronavirus Weary

By Caitlin Joseph | June 30, 2020

We were recently interviewed by Linda Roy at the Standard Times, highlighting the news of our public reopening this month. Read the article here.

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DATMA offers free public art to brighten your day, and night

By Caitlin Joseph | June 24, 2020

DATMA is back again with free public art in Downtown New Bedford. With social distancing safety in mind, they’re bringing the art to you in new forms.

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Systemic Change Starts With These Local Forces

By Caitlin Joseph | June 18, 2020

In response to recent events, many New Bedford area organizations have voiced their missions louder than ever. We share this list to help raise awareness of the amazing work being done in our region, and hope it will lead to increased support for all of their efforts.

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