Labor Day Food for Thought: Is Involuntary Part Time Work More Than a Trend?

It's easy to overlook the significance of Labor Day. With all the stress and clutter of everyday life, the holiday often gets dismissed as simply a long weekend marking the end of summer. But Labor Day represents much more than that. It stands to honor the achievements of the American workforce and the contributions it … Continue reading Labor Day Food for Thought: Is Involuntary Part Time Work More Than a Trend?

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Effective Marketing on a Non-Profit Budget: It’s Possible!

Creating a spectacular marketing campaign for a non-profit organization with limited resources might feel like an impossible magic trick. With your organization’s mission in mind and donor dollars on the line, where do you even begin? Here are some non-profit marketing tips---no magic wand necessary! Tell a Story One of the best tools a nonprofit … Continue reading Effective Marketing on a Non-Profit Budget: It’s Possible!

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Work-Life Balance: Investing in Your Own Well-Being is Investing in Your Future

Last week we discussed how spreading the love to other businesses can benefit both your reputation and that bottom line. But it’s just as important to shift focus inward and think about our own well-being. It’s far too easy to forget about ourselves and the things we need---physically, mentally, and emotionally---in order to become the … Continue reading Work-Life Balance: Investing in Your Own Well-Being is Investing in Your Future

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Spread the Love: Supporting Local Businesses

Valentine’s Day is on the horizon and we’re officially entering the month of commercialized affection. Despite your feelings about this holiday season, now is a good time to reexamine the ways in which your business is spreading the love. Saying you're supporting local businesses or charities is great. But here are some ways to show … Continue reading Spread the Love: Supporting Local Businesses