Healthcare for the Whole Person: Triad Lifestyle Medicine

We’re celebrating a week of National Relaxation, and maybe in the last few weeks, you’ve started to feel rising fear, frustration, or anxieties you thought we left behind in 2020. So maybe the last thing on your mind right now is relaxation, but that’s often when you need it most!   When it comes to…

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Cards that Connect Us: Pen+Pillar’s Grand Opening!

One of our favorite moments at Hight Point Discovered is seeing our local community friends start new chapters in the journeys of their small businesses. For our friends at Pen+Pillar, that next chapter started with a brand new brick-and-mortar storefront!   While you’ve probably heard about paper and card company, Pen+Pillar, from us by now, we are thrilled to have the…

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Yoga for the Community: Humbled Warriors Yoga

If you ask Stacey Field to describe her journey of becoming a yogi and yoga studio owner, she might describe it as unexpected. After Stacey first took a class with her mentor and business partner, Jamie Forbes, she was hooked on yoga. As the two women soon formed a close friendship, Stacey’s husband, Alex, floated…

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A Hobby to Consume: Sour’d

  For Sara Dutilly, few things in life bring her more joy – or anger – than bread.   “It angers me sometimes to think about cheap bread,” says the High Point-based baker and owner of the cottage bakery, Sour’d. “I know that sounds silly, and I understand why the manufacturing of cheap bread began, but I truly believe in the slow way.”   The “slow way”…

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Celebrating Every Childhood Season: Wynnie’s Boutique

  Sarah Beth Davis, mom and lifelong resident of High Point, has always loved her hometown. But after graduating from High Point University with her graduate degree in non-profit management, serving as the Executive Director at High Point non-profit, Go Far, and starting her own family in the city, she started to see a need in…

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Signs of the Times: Fast Signs

Woman in black sweater stands in front of glass storefront windows holding a sign that says "healthcare heroes" and cartoon healthcare workers

Joan Campbell isn’t one to sit back and wait for things to happen. In fact, her entire job revolves around turning ideas into realities. As Sales Manager and Sign Consultant at FASTSIGNS of High Point, Joan takes customers’ visions for their sign or banner and helps them incorporate design concepts…

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High Point Businesswoman Founds The Buy Black Guide

The founder of The Buy Black Guide Temoura Jeffries

Temoura Jefferies, High Point educator and entrepreneur, knows that in the face of division in our country, one way to unite and support the Black community is to buy from Black-owned businesses. But as she began to dig online for some sort of list or directory of Black-owned businesses in the Triad, she was sorely disappointed…

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Ask a Businesswoman: National Business Women’s Day

Today is National Business Women’s Day, a day dedicated to celebrating the founding of the American Business Women’s Association. The mission of the association is “to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations” as well as support those women in growing in their careers…

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Neon Tumbleweed Studio

The owner of Tumbleweed Studio Annabella Boatright

For Annabella Boatwright, art is about so much more than just producing a product. It’s about communicating.  
“Art has been a constant source of happiness in my life,” Annabella says. “My thoughts have always been…

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Voices of HP: Annabella Boatwright

Feature Image of Annabella Boatwright

As the product of two artist parents, Annabella Boatwright practically grew up with a pen in her hand. With the lifelong inspiration of her parents, Annabella discovered printmaking in college and fell in love. “I love how I still get to draw for design purposes, and a style comes out during the carving process…

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