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Read about a mother-daughter team creating a unique variety of paper products.

Cincy Chic: What is Rock Paper Store?
Molly Grosse, founder and artist at Rock Paper Store: Rock Paper Store is an online store where we sell our very unique artist paper. Rock Paper is a brand of paper with qualities both similar and different than fiber/pulp-based papers. Rock Paper gives the artist/crafter an opportunity to create in alternative ways because of its proprietary binder which gives it waterproof properties, durability and the ability to stretch. These properties make it perfect for many uses.

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
Grosse: The inspiration behind Rock Paper is that I saw a unique material that offers a new and exciting product to artists and crafters all over the world.

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it?
Grosse: Rock Paper Store was co-founded by Mary Lehrter and myself, a mother/daughter team. Mary is the inventor and I am the artist.  

Cincy Chic: What products do you currently offer? 
Grosse: Currently we offer packs of Rock Paper ranging from 6×6 inches-12×12 inches in our very unique color choices.

Cincy Chic: What makes Rock Paper Store unique? 
Grosse: Many things but mainly our colored papers. Even though we are not the only rock/stone/mineral based paper company on the market we have yet to find another company who creates the unique color choices we offer. Plus, Rock Paper is unique because it’s waterproof, archival, insect resistant, and is made with an eco-friendly production process.  

Cincy Chic: When did you launch Rock Paper store?
Grosse: We officially launched July 29, 2018

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon for 2021?
Grosse: We are currently working on adding new product ideas and more color choices to our inventory.  

Cincy Chic: How can readers shop? 
Grosse: While our headquarters are located in Cincinnati, we make Rock Paper available globally with our online store. www.rockpaper.store

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Grosse: Our website is www.rockpaper.store and we’re on Facebook and Instagram.

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Reading to spice up your routine as we start a new season? Click here to read more from our life coach on how you can find a new niche in your daily routine.

Last week we celebrated the beginning of spring and the equinox when the daylight and nighttime are both twelve hours. Time for spring cleaning, planting, and watching the plant begin to bud and green. Ahh the magic of spring.   

Now I am not a guru when it comes to our moon cycles, but over the years I have come to appreciate the cycle of the moon and how it can have a positive effect when you practice some rituals that allow you to align and receive the magic of the full and new moons.

Three easy things I recommend you consider trying is:

Journal what you do not want to tolerate or experience currently in your life.  As you write, add all the emotions, and be committed to letting them go.  Then take the paper outside with a bit or sage or tobacco and light it on fire. As it burns repeat “I now release you to be recycled over time and space. I am open to receive more. And so, it is”. 

Now this does not mean tomorrow you will see evidence of all that you release being gone, however, if you look for the evidence, over time you will begin to see where you no longer are experiencing the things you let go of. And, if you do, then repeat it again next month.

Ignite the magic of what you do want. This can be a fun time to give your vision board an uplift with new images, or even adding more. You are the creator of your reality so add all that you desire. And remember to feel all your senses when you look at those images knowing you are an abundant receiver, and the cosmic kitchen is conspiring on you behave to create your new reality. 

Other ways to align with the Universe is to mix up a cleaning solution adding a bit of a lemon scented essential oil to the water and use to wipe down items all the rooms offering a cleanse to those items you touch. 

Burn some incense, palo santo or sage to purify the air. Now it may not smell like it is purifying but it will give you a since of peace. This is also known as smudging. 

So, as you continue to find ways to live a better life, consider adding in a new niche to your routine. I have been doing this work for over five years and it just keeps getting better.

Happy Spring!

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A local designer wants to help you transform your home’s interior. Click here to read about how she’s turning your home into a sanctuary.

Winding Lane Interiors helps clients design the home of their dreams.

Cincy Chic: What is Winding Lane Interiors?
Julie Anne Baur, principal designer and managing partner of Winding Lane Interiors: Winding Lane Interiors is a full-service residential interior design firm based in Hyde Park with a new studio in Oakley as well. At Winding Lane Interiors, we create interiors that reflect our love of timeless classic style. We especially have a deep love of old homes, and we love bringing a dated home back to life while still retaining the classic architecture and style. Our designs are beautiful, comfortable, functional, and personalized. At Winding Lane Interiors, we believe your home should be your sanctuary. Our goal is to make your home your favorite place to be, and for you to enjoy the design process from start to finish.

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
Baur: The inspiration behind the name “Winding Lane Interiors” is the beautiful country home of my beloved grandparents, Sis & Jay Steinhart, in Clarence, New York. “The Cottage” on Winding Lane, as my grandparents called it, was on several beautiful acres, and it was the the place where our large, fun, loud and wonderful extended family gathered for many years.  “The Cottage” hosted weddings, birthday and anniversary parties, endless games of croquet, cocktails by the pool, and music nights where my grandfather played the piano and we all sang and danced and enjoyed being a family together. This was my favorite place in the world, and my happiest childhood memories took place there. The home itself was originally built in 1811 and was added onto several times over the years, including by my grandparents, so that it became a sprawling wonderful place to be.  My grandmother had an innate sense of style and class, and this home reflected that, as well as the “good bones” that many old homes have such as gorgeous leaded glass windows, beamed ceilings, and original woodwork.  She and my grandfather loved to entertain, andeveryone who entered “The Cottage at Winding Lane” felt welcome, loved and comfortable to put their feet up and relax or join the party and dance! This is the first home that I ever fell in love with, and my love of homes and interiors (and gardens!) began here. So, it was only fitting that I name my interior design firm after this most favorite of places.

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it?
Baur: I am the Principal Designer and Founder of Winding Lane Interiors. I grew up in Florida and graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University. After college, I moved to Cincinnati and earned a Master’s Degree from Xavier University and studied Interior Design at The Art Institute of Ohio. After gaining valuable experience working for several years as an interior designer for a local antiques and interiors store, I founded Winding Lane Interiors in 2014.  She specializes in creating fresh, clean, traditional and transitional residential interiors. Julie Anne has a unique ability to connect with her clients and really “see” what they are wanting out of their spaces, often when they are not even sure that that is. My team and I love working with clients who are excited about the design process but want to rely on a designer to handle the hundreds of details needed to lead a project smoothly from start to finish. 

Cincy Chic: What design services do you offer?
Baur: Winding Lane Interiors offers a range of design services from a 2-hour in-home Design Consultation to a Full-Service whole home remodel and redesign including custom furnishings. We assist our clients with floor plans and layouts, furniture selection, procurement and installation, custom kitchen and bath designs and installation, paint color and wallpaper selection, lighting, art and accessories, and much more. 

At Winding Lane Interior, we are focused on helping transform not only your home but also your life. We are truly a white-glove design firm, meaning that our full-service clients do not need to lift a finger during the design process from start to finish.

Cincy Chic: What makes Winding Lane Interiors unique?
Baur: There are several things that make Winding Lane Interiors unique!

First is the incredible working relationships we develop with our clients. This is due largely to our ability to connect with our clients, to really listen to and learn about their needs as well as their style and preferences, and to be able to translate that into a unique and personalized design that always receives rave reviews!

Second, the two greatest compliments an interior designer can receive are 1. A repeat client.  2. A referral by a client to a family member or friend. At Winding Lane Interiors, 75% of our business come from one of those two sources. We ensure that our clients not only are happy with the final results, but also, just as importantly, that they enjoy the process from start to finish. While renovations and redecorating can be stressful at times, we work hard to make the entire experience a positive one for our clients, which is probably why so many of them call us again and again — to help them with additional rooms, new homes, and vacation homes, and why they are happy to refer us to their family and friends.

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon for 2021?
Baur: We are so excited to have a new design studio located just off Oakley Square inside Select Kitchen Design’s fabulous showroom! One of the benefits of this new design studio to our clients is that they can come to the showroom to see and select their cabinetry, hardware, and countertops for their kitchens and bathrooms, as well as fabrics, wallpapers, artwork and more! They can “sit-test” a chair or sofa and even some of our fabulous outdoor furniture! Once COVID restrictions are removed, we are looking forward to hosting several design events in this showroom and we would love to invite your readers to join us!  We are hoping to host the first one this summer — a fun night of cocktails and design!

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Baur: Readers can learn more about Winding Lane Interiors by going to our website.  

Readers can also follow us to see daily design inspiration and ideas as well as photos of our newer projects on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Houzz!

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Our life coach shares how keeping secrets may not be as helpful as you think.

You know that feeling when you get super excited to share with a friend about a movie that you just saw. Can’t wait to tell. Or perhaps it’s an amazing product that you just purchased, and you don’t know how you lived without it. You can’t keep it a secret. You tell everyone. 

Then there are the secrets you are told to hold in confidence, to later find yourself telling someone so you can have the relief of keeping something so juicy quiet. Later you may feel bad for sharing, but in the moment you felt relieved.

But what about the secrets you keep buried inside vowing to never tell a soul?

Those secrets you’re telling yourself, or holding inside, which over time become haunting, and may appear in illness, unhealthy weight, lack of energy, or not following through with your commitments.

You know the ones. How can you find relief from those secrets?

What I know from my own experience, and working with my clients, is those secrets you are trying to hide will only return so you continue to club yourself over the head when the secret resurfaces.

The best way to get through any challenge like this is to get crystal clear and be honest with yourself. 

Letting go of kept secretes requires work. Try journaling or writing a list to get clarity. Remember the goal is for you to align your energy with a better feeling.  

If the secrets from the past are still haunting you, maybe it’s time to learn how to gently let them go. You can begin by imagining them as a movie that you watched and now leaving the theater. Once you leave the theater you no longer have to recall or share what you saw. 

Ideally, if you can release the fear around the secret, and smile knowing it cannot harm you, the secret is neutralized by taking back the energy you put towards it. In time, you will discover those secrets will lose their hold on your thoughts and behaviors, no longer controlling your emotions.

Control how your thoughts around those secrets. And whether it’s a secret shared or buried; you get to decided how it will impact you moving forward. You have the power within you to let them go.

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Read about a local company that’s using the great outdoors as their classroom. 

As the weather gets warmer, it’s time to get the kiddos out of the house and learn all about nature and the arts.

Jana Marshall, owner and founder of The Roaming Naturalist has a goal is to do just that. 

“The Roaming Naturalist is a nature-based educational experience for kids and families. Our mission is to get everyone back in the great outdoors through unique nature and art programs at local parks, schoolyards and even your own backyard. The Roaming Naturalist empowers young minds to explore nature through immersive learning experiences that encourage curiosity and self-discovery,” says Marshall.

Marshall’s career in environmental and biological sciences along with her love for the natural world  is what sparked her interest in creating this company. Marshall is a Certified Naturalist and has taught outdoor education for over 13 years.  

“My career also includes teaching marine science on Georgia’s coastline, working as an outfitter guide in the Okefenokee Swamp, aquatic research locally and abroad, sea turtle conservation, migratory bird research, and entomology studies, says Marshall.”

The inspiration behind this unique experience is to open and expand children’s minds to the natural world. “Research continues to show the benefits of fresh air and spending time in nature and the global pandemic has forced us to slow down and really appreciate what nature has to offer. We are excited to be a part of the movement back outside and build that connection and gain an appreciation for the ecological world, explains Marshall.”

As if the Roaming Naturalist wasn’t already unique enough, they also explore nature with you and wherever you are in a 1970’s turquoise VW bus, Minny. “We bring nature exploration to you – whether it’s a birthday party or a casual family day at the park, says Marshall.” 

“The Roaming Naturalist is here to empower children, parents and teachers to get back outside and try something new! When we aren’t busy teaching groups of children and families, you can find us at a park near you, ready to reconnect with nature, says Marshall.” 

The Roaming Naturalist serves K-12 and even adults, so everyone can be a part of the fun! 

Marshall is excited to announce  that there is a lot new on the horizon, “We’re excited to begin Screen-free Saturdays and family hikes this Spring! And if parents are looking for socially-distanced summer programs for their kids, they can browse our programs and register online. We’re keeping some upcoming adventures top secret for now, but you’ll be among the first to know if you follow us on Instagram!”   

To keep up with The Roaming Naturalist, follow them on Instagram or visit them at www.theroamingnaturalist.org.

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Take your love for succulents to the next level with this locally-based business that's bringing joy to even the tiniest of arrangements.

Cincy Chic: What is Succulent Sam Arrangements?
Samantha Vollrath, owner of Succulent Sam Arrangements: Succulent Sam Arrangements is a place where you can find one of a kind, individualized and extremely creative succulent arrangements! You won’t always find the most rare, impressive, flourishing and ginormous plants here, I like to showcase the little guys, the plants I grow from tiny cuttings or succulents grown from a single leaf and there’s even beauty in the dying rehab plants that I bring back to life. 

Seeing how these plants grow and generate new plants is so healing, giving life back to something as the old dies off…To me it’s not all about the finished product, it’s more about the journey. It’s important not to rush things…the slow process of growing plants from propagation has taught me there’s beauty in the ugly growing stages. Much like in life, things take time to blossom and flourish, it’s about learning to be still, patient, and grow through your experiences, we all bloom at different times.

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
Vollrath: What started as simply sharing some of my growing collection of plants with friends on social media during the beginning of the pandemic, turned into an amazing opportunity for me to spread love, grow myself. It’s a creative outlet that fills me with a tremendous amount of joy! Being authentically me, I share my plants and the unique succulent arrangements I make for customers, behind the scenes fun, field trips to local nature spots and garden centers, diy tutorials and plenty of plant tips and advice….all while never taking myself too seriously but being honest and staying true. I believe in spreading love to help others because I have seen my true self bloom from the muck just like plants in nature do and there’s healing in sharing that. Because of plants I have learned the value in self-care and by practicing self love, it also brings healing.

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it?
Vollrath: It’s me Samantha, wife, and a stay at home mom of 3 littles on a healing journey powered by plants, self love and spirituality. I’ve always been into creative expression ever since I was little. A few of the ways I’ve dabbled creativity in my life so far along the way we’re with dance, oil painting and all painting, culinary art and baking, fiber arts, poetry, singing/song-writing/guitar but I’ve seemed to settle into a little niche of succulent arranging and gardening for the moment but it’s complimentary to my lifestyle and needs at this time as it’s extremely healing to create art and play in the dirt at the same time! Since becoming a mom, I’ve struggled with postpartum depression/anxiety, child loss at 18 weeks, ptsd and chronic pain then nasty side effects from prescription medicines that made things worse and solved nothing but I survived all of that, I overcame so much and all of my thanks goes to God, let’s be honest I can’t take all the credit for how much better my life is now. It really took a miracle and a lot of praying so I feel I have a mission to myself and God to stay true and put it out there 100% So I’m determined to share personal details along the way… of how I’ve healed using medical cannabis and the positive ripple effect it has in my life plus other things that help me along the way like self care rituals, self love and movement. I have felt very led by God to share my experiences even though I’ve fought it because of the stigma but I want to honor the glorious way Christ has been moving big in my life, if my story can help just one person then it’s worth it all. 

Samantha Vollrath, founder of Succulent Sam Arrangements.

Cincy Chic: What products do you offer customers?
Vollrath: I make unique and creative custom succulent arrangements but I am also a plant sitter, personal plant fairy that finds the rare plants you desire, I make plant accessories and painted pots, tutorials on propagating your own plants and I even offer one-on-one personal plant advice, helping you keep your plants in great shape and I’ve gotten quite well at diagnosing plant problems too…send me your questions and I’ll give it my best shot! I can also do cute succulent party favors for weddings or baby/bridal showers and even a fun, COVID safe outdoor arrangement workshops, where you have all the supplies needed to make your own succulent arrangement! 

Cincy Chic: What makes Succulent Sam Arrangements unique?
Vollrath: I think it’s the fact that I don’t try to market or mass produce my products as my arrangements are more like finished pieces of living art and they are the result of taking a customer’s vision and bringing it to life, no matter the budget or obstacle. I’ve done very delicate and meaningful arrangements in all different sizes ranging in price from $15-$250. I believe you should be able to have the look you want and not have to stress about budgets. So far I have been able to make an arrangement for everyone! Each arrangement is made with loving thoughts and intentions for the recipients. I can’t help but to think of the customer as I create their arrangement…so just know, if I created something for you, that it’s actually made with real love that I poured into it, with the hopes of passing that love onto everyone that sees it. When my customers needed some life and love, they reached out for succulents, I was blessed enough to be able to help them and find therapeutic relief in the process as well. Word of mouth seems to be the way for Succulent Sam Arrangements and I think that’s amazing as it keeps things growing slowly, right? At a pace I know I can trust, it’s great to be able trust in the timing of life because I don’t think things are as random as we think. 

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon for 2021?
Vollrath: I want to start a plant styling service- for those with new spaces in need of plants but not sure where to start or overwhelmed by the workload. I can bring life to your place by adding gorgeous plants to be aesthetically pleasing and I can get the proper plants in the correct spaces (lighting conditions) and give you all of the tools to keep them lasting beautifully. You don’t won’t need to worry about anything! 

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Vollrath: All of my work and content you will find on Instagram or Facebook.

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Our life coach shares how you can go green in more than one way.

Go GREEN! An environmental decision to “reduce, reuse and recycle.” Have you ever stopped to consider that your thoughts, actions, and past could go green? Here’s a technique that I use for myself and my clients.  

Close your eyes and think about the event, situation, or circumstance that you no longer want to disappoint, discourage, or even haunt you.  With your eyes close, imagine a big theater screen and you are in the theater seats holding the popcorn and ready to watch the story. Put on your 3D glasses to protect you from slipping back into the story as a character. You are only an observer. No emotions will come from the viewing. You are safe. 

Now let’s begin the “go green” process.

While in the movie theater, with your protective 3D glasses on, recall what you want to release from this event. Be specific and clear of why you want this story to stop coming up in your thoughts. 

Perhaps it triggers you with pain and discomfort when you recall the event you want to release that feeling.

Maybe you find you are replaying the event often wishing you could go back and change the outcome but it’s not possible, so you want to let it go.

Or it was so long ago you want to just stop thinking about it.

Whatever you decide, take a deep breath, exhale, and look at the scene and say: 

 “I now release “this story” to the Universe to be reduced, reused, and recycled over time and space. The story no longer serves me, and I am willing to release it with ease. I am safe.” Then laugh to shift the old energy and invite in the new energy.

Repeat the process until you feel you are no longer triggered by the event, situation, or circumstance. Note this may take some additional practice but as you become more aware of how to release what no longer serves you the process will become easier and easier.

Once you feel you are complete with the process, take off your 3D glasses, turn off the theater screen, and leave your seat by opening your eyes. When the thoughts sneak back in just remember and say, “I am safe.” 

You deserve to live your best life,

Melissa

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Celebrate your next event with bubbles! Read more to learn about this fun mobile champagne bar.

Photo by Bambino International

With spring among us, it’s time to celebrate!  

That’s where Fizzy Trucks comes in.  

“The Fizzy Truck is an attractive, smart way to serve bubbly at your event. Wine and beer on tap means that it goes directly from the barrel to the keg and then to your glass,” explains Elise Weltge, founder of Fizzy Trucks 

Weltge, “a married mother of three girls, who enjoys all things bubbly and making special events and life a celebration,” launched Fizzy Trucks at the end of 2018. 

She says that the inspiration to launch Fizzy Trucks comes from the UK, where they use electric tuk-tuks (or auto rickshaws) to serve prosecco at garden parties.   

Getting your drink straight from the keg to your glass, “allows for efficiency in cost as well as lessening the environmental impact of bottles,” says Weltge. The truck is an electric tuk-tuk that has been fitted with a dual temp kegerator so there’s no need for ice buckets to chill your beverage.  

Fizzy Trucks carry a variety of beverages including, “Wine, prosecco, beer, cider, and nonalcoholic drinks. You can also add Fizzy Pimps, fruits, juices, purees, to your prosecco for a special combination for your signature drinks,” says Elise.  

You can find Fizzy trucks at many events such as “Private parties, wedding receptions, bridal showers, anniversary parties, graduation parties, open houses, golf events or backyard tailgating.”  

Weltge is looking forward to the Future of Fizzy Trucks and what the warmer seasons have to bring.  

“Due to the changes we have all endured over the past year the desire for more sports events, outdoor weddings and private tailgate parties is definitely on the rise. We are booking now for events in Ohio, Indiana and Northern Kentucky,” Weltge says.  

To learn more about Fizzy Trucks visit www.fizzytrucks.com. You can also follow them on Instagram or Facebook.  

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Why buy when you can rent is the mantra for this local company. Click here to learn more about how you can save money and storage space for your wedding with their rental options.

Cincy Chic: Tell us about Rustic Rental!
Melissa Climer, owner of Rustic Rental: Rustic Rental is a decor rental company. We are a one stop shop for rustic decorations for weddings, anniversary parties, bridal parties, and any special event. We also have a Day of Coordinator to make that special wedding day go as smooth as possible. 

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
Climer: Why buy when you can rent? I started this business with the idea of customers renting decor items at a very low cost because buying decorations can be so expensive and what are you going to with everything when the event is over?

Cincy Chic: When did you launch Rustic Rental?
Climer: Rustic Rental opened for business March 1, 2019!

Cincy Chic: What types of rental options do you offer for special events?
Climer: Rustic Rental has wedding arches, whiskey barrels, lanterns, signs, rustic serving items, crates, table decor, rustic  cake and cupcake stands and much, much more. 

Cincy Chic: What makes Rustic Rental unique?
Climer: Rustic Rental is unique because we are a one stop rental shop. We have everything to decorate your ceremony, to your reception, and we will even coordinate it. You will not have to go anywhere else for rustic decorations. And we offer everything at a very low price. 

Cincy Chic: Why should people choose Rustic Rental for their wedding?
Climer: Why buy when you can rent? You should choose Rustic Rental because we offer everything you need for your event for very low prices and a lengthy rental period. Buying decorations can be very pricey, we want you to enjoy decorating your event without the stress of breaking your budget. 

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon for 2021?
Climer: Our Day of Coordinator package is new for 2021! We have an amazing coordinator who is ready to make weddings go as smooth as possible. We have new items arriving all the time and we are hoping to have more packages available to make renting even easier. 

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Climer: Please go to www.rusticrentaldayton.com and be sure to join us on Facebook and Instagram.

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Celebrating female leaders who have advanced in their careers because they have integrated work and life through whole-self wellness.

Do you know what it’s like to be the best in the WORLD at your craft? Mary Wineberg does, and she’s not resting on her laurels.

Wineberg won an Olympic Gold Medal in 2008

In 2008 Mary Wineberg topped the podium as part of the US women’s 4x400m relay team at the Olympic Games Beijing 2008.  

Unwavering perseverance – two words that describe Mary’s career journey. “I have had to overcome many obstacles and adversity at a young age” said Wineberg. “I truly overcame and made the most of my opportunities. I am most proud of winning an Olympic Gold, become an educator and role model to many.”

Mary is building something so many of us dream of achieving: a legacy.  Her dedication to education, building resilience and belief in self led Wineberg to write her second book, a children’s book, I Didn’t Win. This story is one of a young boy named Jackson who learns how to set a goal, how to accomplish it and learn that, in the end, it isn’t always about winning. (Side note: this is one of our family bedtime-story favorites.)

Now that Mary has retired as a professional athlete, she recently announced that she will be running a new type of race- one for a seat as board member for Cincinnati Public Schools. Wineberg’s platform is rooted in transparency, clarity in communication and working cohesively. “It is important that every student who attends Cincinnati Public Schools has a gold medal education.”

Photography & Styling by Jerin McIntosh

Mary walks and runs daily to stay healthy and takes her health seriously. Nutritional snacking and maintaining a safe, clean environment are crucial habits for staying healthy.  When asked about her “why” for staying healthy, Wineberg said “what matters most is to be around for my children.”  

In part 2 of Mary’s journey we’ll learn more about her strengths and opportunity areas in wellness and her unwaivering perseverance to achieve excellence. 

To learn more about Mary Wineberg visit MaryWineberg.com.

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Glossary of terms: 

Womxn: noun, plural wom·xn [wim-in] /ˈwɪm ɪn/. a woman (used, especially in intersectional feminism, as an alternative spelling to avoid the suggestion of sexism perceived in the sequences m-a-n and m-e-n, and to be inclusive of trans and nonbinary women)

 

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