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Why I Got the COVID-19 Vaccine

By Meg Mamer, RN, BSN, Director ICU and Respiratory Therapy, Haywood Regional Medical Center — For most of us, this past holiday season was unlike any other we have experienced. Instead of the typical hustle and bustle of holiday parties, family gatherings and being surrounded by those we love — this year was just different for my husband and me.

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Women Offer Their Best Career Advice

We reached out to our Rumble Readers and asked them for their best career advice for other women. Always easier to take great advice instead of having to learn the hard way on our own.

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The Table: Food For Concentration And Productivity

Concentration and productivity have always been important for work and creativity. But now more than ever, with people working from home, (aka in the same environment as family, roommates, babies, toddlers, children, pets, your refrigerator, etc.) concentrating on work and being productive can seem like a far fetched goal. 

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Expert Tips From One Career Woman To Another

Katy Gould is the director of the Small Business Center at Haywood Community College. She enjoys working with small business owners throughout the life of their business. Katy is also a busy wife, mom, adventurer and community citizen. Whether you’re embarking on a new professional journey or pushing up against career fatigue, take a look as Katy offers excellent advice that’s relevant to any industry.

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Now Is The Time - Be Part Of The Solution

Dear anyone that feels like they have been challenged beyond measure — almost a year ago, our world as we knew it changed. We were introduced to COVID-19.
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An important day for women

Wednesday was a day women have been waiting for, working for, speaking out of turn for, making trouble for — for hundreds of years now. 

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Q&A With Tote Project Founders

Fay Grant and her best friend Michelle Fergason co-founded a fair trade tote bag company in 2013 with the intent on making the difference they both dreamed of — giving hope and providing healing to the millions of people worldwide who are victims of human trafficking, a modern-day form of slavery. Rumble checked in with the founders to see how their company and their cause faired during the pandemic and what people should know about trafficking.

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Myths and Truths about Human Trafficking

2020 was a year that could have used clear, concise information and instructions. Unfortunately, multiple conspiracy theories took hold, dividing our great nation. The following are some myths around Human Trafficking, and the truth of the situation.

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