Our Intern’s Picks for the 11 Gifts You Could Bring to Your Next White Elephant
YOU FORGOT, DIDN’T YOU? THAT’S OKAY. WE DIDN’T. Grab a cool gift because the Link team is here to play. And yes, these are all Amazon Prime worthy.Read More
WWSS does it again
What do you do when you’re killin’ the game? Ask our Women Who Start Shit speakers. We just closed out our fifth edition of WWSS and the inspiration coming from these ladies is incredible. This month’s focus was on food ( obviously our favorite topic ) and we heard from two Austin food gurus. Jessica…Read More
Kids are out of school and you are out of your mind
Why yes we do know that look. Summer is rapidly approaching and the kids are headed home for summer break. You thought you were going to be able to tough it out and close your office door, but now that doesn’t seem to be the case. It’s okay, don’t panic, Link has you covered. With…Read More
Women supporting women
It’s no secret that Link Coworking is woman-owned and operated (cue line on the homepage). Link Coworking, Too and Flex are owned by Liz Elam and managed by Stormy McBride. The Link locations are currently fully staffed by an all-girl team as luck would have it and they are killin’ the game. In true entrepreneur…Read More
Coworking versus your home office… Let us tell you why it’s worth it.
“How exactly would paying for a place to work when I already have a home office be a good idea?” Not going to lie- we hear this ALL of the time, skeptics. I’d like to think I am close to perfecting my coworking pitch at this time but the names, faces people and places used…Read More
Meet The Crew
Shea Railey (Shay Ray-ley) I am an outgoing, laidback, twenty-year-old college student from Denton, TX! I’m an active member of the Chi Omega women’s fraternity as well as the Texas State chapter of the PRSSA. I have one fur child who is a seven-month-old kitten named Spooky as well as a one-year-old step-dog named Finley….Read More
Be a Fountain, Not a Drain.
I surprised myself last spring and signed up for a welding class at our local art school. Before the class met for the first time, I had decided that this was a really bad decision. My plan was to go to the first class, and then go directly over to the administrative office and cancel…Read More