Posted on May 10, 2019

It’s amazing what vacation can do for the mind, body, and soul. I am refreshed. If you’ve never had the opportunity to visit St. George Island, Florida, I certainly recommend it. My family just returned from there and we were enamored by the Forgotten Coast’s charming isle which boasts no high-rises, a lighthouse, a state park, the largest oyster population, and a 6.3 mile pedestrian/bicycle trail. But back to my point, resting. 

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Rest and relaxation come in many forms for each unique individual. Rest, as defined by Google is to “cease work or movement in order to relax, refresh oneself, or recover strength.” For some, rest may be more extravagant. For me, rest means I have stopped doing the things I don’t necessary love doing...dishes, ironing, and dealing with an inner turmoil that tells me to spend less time working and more time playing with my kids. Which brings me to my next point, what is next for Sarah Arnold. 

Due to various reasons, I have stepped down from my role at Fort Wayne Trails, Inc. (FWT) and am going back to focusing more on my marketing consultancy business, SociallySeasoned, which I have run for the last six years. While I have learned so much at FWT and have enjoyed building new relationships, I must do what my heart is telling me, which is to be present and in the moment with my family. I’m thankful to all who welcomed me with open arms and will enjoy staying in touch as time goes on. I appreciate Kent Castleman, most of all, for seeking me out for the position to begin with and for his guidance and attention to detail. And to my husband, Coley, who is understanding and patient and encouraging through this season and all seasons we’ve gone through in the past decade.

With that being said, I am now back to accepting new clients for marketing work and would love your referrals. Thank you for putting your trust in me and my work. 

Sarah