Notary Blog | Celebrating 7 Years of Service to the Upstate

This morning, I listened to Kurt Carr and the Kurt Carr Singers’ ‘For Every Mountain’ and it just encouraged me even more to stay on the path and to not be discouraged. Being a Notary Public for the past 7 … Continue reading

Notary Blog | Happy Administrative Professionals’ Day to All In-Office

Whether you are in a Virtual Office or a Brick-and-Mortar one, Happy Administrative Professionals’ Day to all who serve. Service through Carpal Tunnel, endless days and nights at the computer, suffering from eye strain (or not). Take it from this Notary Public, being an Administrative Professional can be a tough job! Continue reading

Notary Blog | Happy Resurrection Day to All and Yes, the ‘Notary is In’!

Why we are open on major holidays is a question asked often. The main reason is because the world does not turning and business usually goes back to normal the next day. People have deadlines and transactions still have to be made. Therefore, we stay OPEN FOR BUSINESS and are OPEN FOR BUSINESS during these critical times. Continue reading

Notary Blog: Storms May Come and Storms May Go, but the Notary is Always ‘IN’

This post was written in Anderson, South Carolina. While sitting composing this post today, I learned that Anderson was the first city in the south to have electric power lines, hence its nickname, ‘The Electric City’ (and inspiration for our lightning bolt featured image). Michael at (read the full article for location information), thank you for this little tid bit about the City of Anderson!
Thanks to all of the crew members, especially Kendra, my server, for keeping me company while alternate moves had to be made today. Continue reading