Making Moves Podcast

 

Do you love the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina? With so much to see and do in the Triangle, we are bringing you the skinny on what it’s like to live here with the best restaurants, community hotspots, shopping venues, events and real estate. Come on a journey with us as we make moves and talk with business owners, highlight Triangle communities and so much more!

Hey Triangle lovers! Welcome to Making Moves hosted by The Rachel Kendall Team where we will explore together the top restaurants, community hotspots, and events in our area. Let’s make some moves!

Thanks for joining us. Our first episode of Making Moves will be released for your listening pleasure in April. Do you love the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina? With so much to see and do in the Triangle it’s hard to keep up with the constant growth. We are bringing you the details on what it’s like to live here with the top restaurants, community hotspots, shopping venues, events and real estate. Come on a journey with us as we make moves and talk with business owners, highlight Triangle communities and so much more!

Before Rebekah Lindsey began working with The Rachel Kendall Team as a Broker & REALTOR, she was an Interior Designer. Join Mahala Landin, Broker in Charge, and Rebekah as they discuss useful tips and tricks when it comes to decorating your home. She’ll tell you some of the best local furniture and design stores in the Triangle to visit.

With the help of our team, families, participating vendors and others, The RACH Kid’s Toy Store at the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill was created to benefit sick children and brighten their day. The Rachel Kendall Team Family Foundation will ensure that every child who stays at the House will have the opportunity to pick out a toy that puts a smile on their face. We are celebrating our third anniversary of The RACH Kid’s Toy Store during the month of May and look forward to continuing our partnership with the House. Give us a call at 919.782.4505 if you would like to donate a toy.

Mental Health Awareness month began in the United States in 1949 and was started by the Mental Health America (MHA) organization. May is used to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illnesses, the realities of living with these conditions, and strategies for attaining mental health and wellness. It also aims to draw attention to suicide, which can be precipitated by some mental illnesses. Additionally, Mental Health Awareness month strives to reduce the stigma that surrounds mental illnesses. This year’s theme is #Tools2Thrive.

Visit www.mhanational.org to download the 2021 mental health month toolkit.

Looking for the ultimate glamping experience in your backyard? Jessie Hrivnak, Listing Partner, talks with Michael Cutts, owner of Glamp Raleigh. This awesome company is ready to help you plan your next birthday party, sleepover, or fancy outdoor dining experience. They set up and take down everything for you so you can enjoy your time. Learn more about this wonderful company and see how they can help you with your next party below.

Mahala Landin, Broker in Charge of The Rachel Kendall Team, talks with Kyle Lubrano, VP of Operations – Risk Management for Player’s Health. Youth sports is very popular in the Triangle, but many wonder what kind of sport they should put their child in, is it safe, and how do they find the best league or studio. Kyle is very familiar with athletics as she was a collegiate athlete, coach, and has worked on many committees for the US Olympics and Paralympics. Listen to learn what to do first when getting your child started in sports!

Let’s take an adventure to the Duke Lemur Center in Durham for our where in the world Wednesday, shall we? On our newest Making Moves episode, Anna Terrell, Digital Marketing Specialist, talks with Liz Warren, Primate Technician at the Duke Lemur Center to learn everything about lemurs. The Duke Lemur Center was founded in 1966 and houses over 200 lemurs from 14 species. Next time you’re in Durham, schedule a tour to learn more about the most endangered mammals on Earth and how the Duke Lemur Center is helping to preserve these wonderful animals.

Mahala Landin, Broker in Charge, and Kayla Davenport, Buyer Specialist, for The Rachel Kendall Team discuss pop-up markets in the Triangle. These temporary markets are used to create a unique and engaging shopping experience for the seller and buyer. They provide flexibility and the opportunity to experiment with different products.  Our very own Kayla makes jewelry and loves to try out her beautiful creations at pop-up markets. Do you want to be a vendor at a pop-up market? Kayla gives some awesome insight on how to get involved.

Jessie Hrivnak, Listing Partner, talks with Midtown Yoga Studio Manager and Instructor, Rachel Groff on this week’s episode of Making Moves. One of the things that you adopt form a regular yoga practice is community. Finding a home studio that is welcoming, friendly, engaging, and giving to its community is everything. From yoga in the garden to Friday happy hour yoga (yes, with beer) and heaps of workshops, Midtown Yoga is more than 60 minutes on your mat. Want to try a class? Follow @touringthetriangle on Instagram for a free 10 day class pass.

Watch our most recent Touring the Triangle video with Midtown Yoga here: https://youtu.be/0VIrhqOekOM

Can you hear that? It’s time for another school year! Mahala Landin sits down with Jill Cassone, Founder of Success4School on a NEW episode of Making Moves. There are so many wonderful schools and learning opportunities in the Triangle, but what is best for your child?

Succes4School specializes in helping students and their families learn in a way that makes sense to them so they can thrive in an ever-changing world. Check them out here: https://www.success4school.com/

Rachel Kendall’s journey did not begin with real estate. She spent the first decade of her working life as a teacher in California. Passionate about serving others, she made sure that all of her students had warm clothes for the winter and enough food to get through the day. Her efforts as an educator earned her the “Teaching Excellence Award.” When she moved on from teaching children, she opened her own fitness business where she continued to utilize her gift for teaching by educating women about health and wellness. Her passion for serving others also continued as she donated all of her profits to outfitting hundreds of children with cochlear implants. Rachel’s love for others now carries over into her real estate business. She coaches and mentors all of the team members, and she is a charismatic, thoughtful, and passionate team leader.

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