December 2015

One or two months from now you will be thinking about the goals you set for 2016 and, if you are like most people, you will be wondering where the time went and what you could have done differently to help yourself be more successful. Let Sierra Commons help “Future You” by offering advice to “Present-Day You”: Get together with a community of people who have a drive to succeed. Stay actively involved with a support system and a team of people who keep you accountable.  Dedicate a schedule to allow for setting goals and meeting timelines.  Coworking may offer you the support in a structured environment that you are looking for.

Sierra Commons, Nevada City’s Coworking Space, offers desk rental, membership, classes, workshops, mentoring and a community of fun, determined people who work in a professional environment with a friendly and casual atmosphere.  Come for the high-speed internet.  Stay for the community.  To find out more about coworking, call 530-265-8443 or click here.

If you are sitting at your desk in Sacramento or in the Bay Area wishing you could pack up and head to the snow, do it. Don’t wait. Hit the road. Spend a day in Grass Valley or Nevada City and work at Sierra Commons, Nevada County’s coworking space.  You’ll finish your work day and be able to hit the slopes just an hour away.


Outside magazine released its 2016 Ski Report and things are looking good for winter sports this year, especially in the Tahoe/Truckee Region.  This afternoon, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Tahoe area claiming “Snow accumulations above 7000 feet, 1 to 2 feet with locally up to 3 feet near the Sierra crest. Below 7000 feet, 7 to 14 inches except 12 to 18 inches west of Highway 89.”


Enjoy the beauty of Nevada County, affordable lodging, and, for just $20 for day use, Nevada County’s coworking space with all the coffee you can drink.  Stop by, relax, get work done and jumpstart your weekend.