The Reset 2020 Gala will be one for the books! Here’s what to expect: Lots of delicious food from heavy hors d’oeuvres to an elegant plated meal to a decadent themed dessert. Your palate will leave happy! A cash bar will also be available. Music from our on-site DJ who will be playing all your […]

Reset 2020

September 23, 2020

A Night at the Races | Gala Event + Dinner

As you start packing your bags for The Reset Conference, here are some things to be sure & bring along. What to bring? Masks — Keep calm & mask on! Hand sanitizer — kill those germs! Favorite notebook/favorite pen – for notes! Lots and lots of notes! Camera — totally optional.  If you are in […]

Reset

September 21, 2020

Your Reset Packing List!

If you’re new to Lexington, you are in for a treat! We wanted to provide you with lots of information about the city and getting around before you arrive, since many of our attendees are not local Kentuckians! If you’re flying in We know a good percentage of our Reset Conference attendees fly in from […]

Lexington, Reset 2020

September 17, 2020

Lexington Travel Tips

I find that it’s the days that I have the least motivation that I need to get the most things done. While I’d love to say that I’m always go-go-go, I won’t lie, there are days that I’m not motivated to get anything done. If that sounds familiar, please know that you’re not alone.  When […]

Reset 2020

September 1, 2020

Finding Motivation

Early mornings and long, information-packed conference days call for COFFEE! We are very in tune with the caffeinated needs of our beloved Reset attendees, so we have scoped out lots of options for you to get your fix in Lexington. There is a small coffee shop/grab ‘n’ go cafe in the Campbell House, but if […]

Reset 2020

August 24, 2020

Reset Days Start with Coffee!

We at the Reset Conference had compiled an original restaurant list for you of places to check out in Lexington while you’re there. We are adjusting that list a bit to include places that are for sure open following the COVID-19 restrictions, and letting you know of any special circumstances like limited patio seating, outdoor […]

Lexington

August 21, 2020

Lexington Restaurants Open to Serve You

When I first started my photography business in 2016, I was a 20-year-old college student shooting any and everything I could get in front of my camera. I was attending my third college in hopes of obtaining a degree in elementary education. I was also working for a daycare center. As I continued photography, it […]

Business

April 22, 2020

How A Young Entrepreneur Gets Off The Ground

Tired of the hearing about Coronovirus? As small business owners, we are living in unprecedented times during Corona . . . HOLD UP! We have ALL heard that line so much it makes my ears bleed!  There is a new “C-word” in town and as a business owner I am over it.  I am over […]

Reset 2020

April 16, 2020

When the tide is out, work on the dock

Photo by Dinasty Arwakon

I started working on my “quarantine to-do list” last week, and while I have many projects to do around the house, I also have lots of things I want to do in and for my business. I always have a running list of business projects for a “rainy day,” and in this crazy season of […]

Business

March 28, 2020

10 Ways to Support Your Business During COVID-19

Three of the most well-known bourbon distilleries are within a 40-minute drive of the Campbell House. If you’re coming in from the Northwest (Illinois, Indiana, etc) these 3 distilleries are somewhat on your way into Lexington. Four Roses – Tours offered 7 days a week; this unique distillery is rich in history and is listed on […]

Lexington

March 20, 2020

Lexington Distilleries, Bourbon & Brews: Everything You Need to Know

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