MJ Vieweg

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capecodtimes.com
Home blends into National Seashore

The design of the house located at 95 Granny Treat Road in Wellfleet was inspired by boyhood memories of summer days that began with watching the sun rise over the ocean. Jim Margolis, the seller, says that the home's design is inspired by his recollections of family gatherings in the home when he was growing up.

Dailygood
From Addiction to Academy Founder: Dr Teri DeLane Teaches Kids to Trust

How did a law-breaking, heroin-using, 9th-grade dropout go on to earn two Masters degrees and a Ph.D? By learning about trust and community at a critical time in her life. At the Delancey Street Foundation in San Francisco, Teri Delane received the support she desperately needed, and the tools to succeed.

Medium
01/15/2020
Want to Impress Yourself? Write Down Everything You Did for a Day

We lead with the to-do list. As we cross off the list items, we get a sense of accomplishment for the day. Even if we don't cross everything off our to-do lists, chances are we'll console ourselves by noting at least we got something done.

Medium
03/18/2020
Deprivation or Exhilaration: Two Ways We Look at Making A Change

People say change is hard. I think we over-emphasize discomfort and deprivation when considering a change. "A change is as good as a rest" is a proverb that bears an obvious truth. We consider making a change when we feel discouraged, depleted or exhausted.

Raleigh Public Record
06/13/2016
Relationships: The Lustre of Tradition at Reliable Loan & Jewelry

This is the first in our newest series, Strictly Business, featuring interviews with Raleigh's many small business owners. Recently, we sat down with Alan Horwitz of Reliable Jewelry, who talked about the unique experiences and lasting relationships that come from running a generational jewelry business in the heart of downtown Raleigh.

PrimeTime CapeCod
12/02/2013
Have A Holly Berries Breakfast

Profile of Jack White, owner of the popular Holly Berries Restaurant in Bourne, Mssachusetts

Raleigh Public Record
04/26/2016
Harry's Guitar Shop: Three Decades and Counting of Kinship & Community

This is the first in our newest series, Strictly Business, featuring interviews with Raleigh's many small business owners. Last week, we sat down with Harry Tueting, the long-time owner of Harry's Guitar Shop to talk about guitars, his new shop and the important role music plays in one's life.

Barnstable Patriot
Gathered in the spirit of Dr. King

Nearly 125 people attended the Service of Commemoration for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr July 19. DEEP IN THEIR HEARTS, THEY DO BELIEVE - All join hands to sing "We Shall Overcome." Congregation urged to "stand up to violence, hatred, and injustice" Nearly 125 people attended the Service of Commemoration for the Rev.

Topsail Advertiser
Brother-in-laws open The Safe House

Hunters, MARSOC marines, elite athletes and military gear enthusiasts will find a home at The Safe House. The store, located on N.C. 210 in Sneads Ferry, is owned by two brothers-in-law, John Grise and Monroe "Stu" Stueber.