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RMA Publicity has secured seven media placements in October for Minnesota-based The Waters Senior Living. On October 20, the day of the ceremonial groundbreaking for The Waters' newest community, The Waters of Pewaukee in Wisconsin, WITII TV - FOX Milwaukee aired a story, and a story was published by Construction Review Online.
Earlier in the month, preview stories about the ceremonial groundbreaking event were publisherd in The Milwaukee Biz Times (Oct. 18), The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Oct. 16) and Senior Living News (Oct. 18).
Two other The Waters communities were also in the headlines in October. The Eden Prairie edition of the Sun Sailor newspaper published a story about The Waters of Eden Prairie's recent classic car show in the Oct. 14 edition of the paper.
Also on Oct. 14, the Excelsior edition of the MN Sun Sailor published a story about The Waters of Excelsior's recent success with fundraising for the annual Walk for Alzheimer's.
Learn more about The Waters Senior Living LLC, a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based owner, operator, and developer of distinctive senior communities at TheWaters.com.
Stuck in a dead-end job? Participating in toxic relationships? Facing emotional barriers and making fear-based choices? If so, and you have put on blinders to try and block out the negativity, newsflash! It’s time to change the jaded perceptions that have been keeping you stuck!
The afternoon of Sunday, October 24, 2021, beginning at 4 p.m., you can get some assistance improving your life for the better from Awareness Advocate Beatrice Adenodi of Minneapolis. When you arrive at The Union Depot in St. Paul, you won’t be boarding a train for your adventure, but beginning a different kind of journey. You’ll travel through an interactive presentation of Beartrice’s new book, Mindless Behaviors: Breaking Through Unseen Barriers.
The trip will help you understand your shortcomings and the barriers you may need to overcome to attain a reflective and intentional mindset. More information about how to overcome each barrier can be found in the Mindless Behaviors book.
After your journey, stay for a book reading and signing. Food and refreshments will be served.
What to expect?
Food and Drink
Book Reading by Author Beatrice
Meet and Greet with Author
Tickets are $10 just for the event, or $25 to both attend the event and get a signed copy of Mindless Behaviors. For more information, go to the website, Mindless-behaviors.com.
It has been estimated that at least 25 percent of bosses qualify as “bullies,” and gossipy colleagues on the job can be even worse. How to turn the tables, and make fun of the very same office politics that can otherwise leave you feeling “haunted”? It’s time for some, Halloween-inspired mischief!
On Friday, October 29, 2021, Next Chapter Booksellers (38 Snelling Avenue South in St. Paul) hosts local author Dan Hill for an event starting at 5:30 p.m. Dan’s latest book is Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo. Not only will he and other contributors share a few of the book’s funniest, diabolical definitions, they’ll do so in costume.
Have you ever imagined that your managers or office mates are really, deep down, more like Dracula, Frankenstein, a Clown, or a Space Alien? In other words, they “suck your blood,” are “flat-footed,” incompetent, or leave you cold? Here’s an opportunity to hear the kind of lingo these monsters resort to being openly mocked--a dream come true
Tickets to the event are $5, but attendance is free for those who then purchase a copy of Blah, Blah, Blah for $12.95 at the bookstore during the 1-hour event. Seating is limited. To reserve a spot, tickets must be purchased in advance here.
All attendees are required to be masked and either vaccinated against COVID-19, or able to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to the event.
Sigma's Bookshelf was featured in KARE TV's story about the Twin Cities Book Festival on Oct. 16. A special thanks to Sakthika Vijay, author, Outcast, for doing such a good job representing the company. Sigma's Bookshelf is a book publishing company that exclusively publishes the work of teen authors. The company was founded in 2016 by my then teenage son, Justin, who is now a student at Macalester College.
Learn more about the nonprofit publishing company at Sigmasbookshelf.com.