Had a taste of 'Jelly' this morning, no Peanut Butter or Bread

This morning, I decided to have some social time. I got out of my New Jersey bubble to visit the New York one.

I joined Amit Gupta and many others for a Jelly session.

This was not a cooking session mind you, no Food Network here even though there was a bit of Martha and  the truth, nothing but the truth about News Groper.

It was my first peak at CoWorking which I have been musing about for a little while.
We all got out of our daily routine to see what others are doing, get feedback, test ideas and all that Jazz.

A day in the life of Serge the Concierge

Previously on CoWorking: Break out of your Shell....On my Radar...CoWorking...

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