She left Brunswick, Georgia to return to Greensboro, a home she can truly afford to invest in. Lauren told us that while living in Georgia, she hit a point where she was “over the commute from the mainland to Jekyll Island where I was working. I was also looking at moving and rents were climbing down there. Very difficult to find affordable housing and a community of locals in an area geared towards tourist dollars.”
When she’s not busy working in Donor Relations at the Greensboro Science Center, you might find her hiking with her pup, shopping for groceries at Super G Mart, searching for her next favorite read at Scuppernong Books, or kayaking at Lake Brandt.