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The Need for Tolerance and Kindness

Posted on: February 18th, 2019 by admin

Imagine that you have a brand-new client coming to your office; it’s the first time you’ve met them. You rush up to their faces, begin screaming at them that they’ve entered your office without knocking, threaten them with legal action and possibly point a gun at them. Your face is red, you’re shaking and completely […]

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5 Financial Resolutions for 2019

Posted on: January 11th, 2019 by admin

As we begin a new year, it’s time to take a look at our finances and make a plan for the coming year to help us be financially healthy and prosperous in 2019. These are manageable goals that should be easier than sticking with a new gym membership.  Automate the important! If you struggle to […]

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Ways to Give Back at the Holidays (or anytime during the year)!

Posted on: December 13th, 2018 by admin

The US is the most generous country on the planet, and during the holidays we sometimes get too busy to remember to pay it forward, even though nothing helps bring the Holiday Spirit alive like helping someone in need. With all the natural disasters that have struck the country this year, there are plenty of […]

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10 Fun, New Thanksgiving Traditions

Posted on: November 16th, 2018 by admin

With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up, we thought we would research some Thanksgiving traditions to share. Many families have their own traditions but Kitchn.com reviewed reader comments over the years and pulled out 10 Thanksgiving traditions worth sharing.  1. Start the day with an indulgent, relaxing breakfast. While many people believe in skipping breakfast and […]

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Fall Celebrations and Events for the Workplace

Posted on: October 12th, 2018 by admin

As we say farewell to the summer months filled with warm weather, outside events, vacations, back-to-back holidays, and an overall more laid-back time of the year, the fall brings on cooler weather, shorter days, and more time spent inside the office. To keep morale up and get everyone back into their groove, workplace celebrations and […]

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Louisville Autumn Festivals 2018

Posted on: September 4th, 2018 by admin

Fall is coming sooner than we realize and that means festival time in Louisville! There are always the annual events, but I wanted to showcase some of the newer, lesser known activities in the area that include art, music, food and family activities to enjoy the Fall weather outdoors. Here are just a few in […]

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There’s Just Something about Flowers!

Posted on: August 6th, 2018 by admin

Every time I walk into an office where there’s a bouquet of flowers it changes my mood for the better. I would bet that if you think about it, you would agree. I’m not talking about silk arrangements, but fresh flowers. Beautiful arrangements from a florist are fine, but the best ones are from someone’s […]

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Food Truck Fun at the Workplace

Posted on: July 5th, 2018 by admin

During busy work days, the last thing on your mind is taking an hour lunch to drive around and decide what you want to eat. Delivery can be an option for some places in the area but a changeup in the flavor category could bring some fun to your taste buds, especially if you’re looking […]

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Sleep Matters

Posted on: May 7th, 2018 by admin

Lately, many articles have popped up concerning the lack of sleep in this country and why it’s important.  To the working professional it can mean a great deal for quality performance on the job.  Function is dramatically altered due to lack of sleep.  The US guidelines recommend at least 7.5 hours a night for the […]

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How Business Has Become Too Dependent on the Internet

Posted on: March 23rd, 2018 by admin

It started insidiously…you got your first personal computer and fell in love with the word processor. Soon the thought of having to correct typos manually seemed archaic.  Then the internet happened and everything changed, literally, overnight.  Email replaced snail mail; communication became more instant…and more impersonal.  Need to send a note at three in the […]

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