We had the good fortune of connecting with Ronisha Levy and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Ronisha, what makes you happy? Why?
Water. The older I get the more I love to be in or around water. I find the most peace and creativity around water.
Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
I am a floral designer. I allow my emotions to guide my hands, I am most proud of pushing forward and not giving up when things get tough. This has never been easy but it has definitely been rewarding. I continue to push forward and focus on what God has in store for me and the business. This journey has definitely NOT been easy. I have overcome by pushing through and staying focus on what the future holds. There are so many lessons that I have learned, but the biggest one is breathing. Breathing through all the great days and even the bad ones as well. Warren + Forrest’s brand is all about being friends. I am looking to make you feel welcomed.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Monday we would do a few cocktails at Highland Cigar Bar and have a few cigars, while we networked with fellow Atlantans. Then we would head over to BettleCat in Inman Park for small bites. Tuesday we would do lunch at the Krog Street Market and take a few scooters and ride the eastside beltline to check out the street artwork. Finishing the night in Buckhead at Little Steak Alley. Wednesday we would take a trip up to the Battery for a little fun in the sun. We would go to ifly for some indoor skydiving. Then we would do late lunch and early dinner at Garden and Gun Restaurant. Then check out an Atlanta Braves baseball game. Thursday we would start the day a little late, and going to Tassili’s Raw Reality. Yum. We would take a picnic at Piedmont Park and people watch. Then go get some froyo. Finishing out the night with live music at Kat’s Cafe. Friday we would start the weekend off on the eastside of the beltline. Getting dinner from Ponce City Market and doing a little shopping once we finish eating. Then we would hop on a few scooters and go bar hopping on the beltline. Once we are done there we would end the night with a few cocktails at the rooftop at Hotel Claremont and we can’t finish without Claremont Lounge, Saturday we would do Brunch. Atlanta is the King of Brunches. Spending the day on the West Midtown side at Miller Union. Then going to a sound bath class. Shopping at the outlets in Woodstock, GA. Ending the night with a Cooks and Soliders and then Ormsby’s Sunday brunch is always a thing. Marlow’s Tavern and then tailgating for the Atlanta Falcons’ game. Then the football game. Full pack week so we rest after this football game.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
I would love to shoutout my support system. My friends, family, and mentors have truly been a sounding board for my journey in this entrepreneur’s life. Each person knows their role in my life. The book that has gotten me through this life journey is The Alchemist. I suggest this book to anyone who is feeling lost or in the middle of the journey and needed to find their way.
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