Guide for Designing Effective Instagram Business Ads

December 27, 2018

Like other social media platforms, Instagram is a reliable asset for businesses who want to increase brand awareness. The application is used by more than 800 million people, and businesses want their products to be seen by as many of those people as possible. Lots of younger people use this platform, so if you are…

How to Design a Workplace that Inspires Productivity

December 21, 2018

An efficient office space is one where people are inspired to work as hard as they can throughout the day. While it sounds like a challenge to keep people inspired all day, it’s actually a very simple process. For example, the simple act of adding a few plants to a desk can inspire workers to work harder. Inspire…

Pick Yourself Up by Eating These Healthy Snacks

December 20, 2018

Eating healthy is an important factor if you want to have a productive day at work. While sugary snacks and drinks do provide a quick boost of energy, it doesn’t take long for that energy to burn out, leaving you groggy and unmotivated. On the other hand, healthier foods provide you with energy that actually lasts…

4 Holiday Songs You May Not Have Heard Before

December 18, 2018

A common tradition around the holidays is to listen to an assortment of holiday-themed songs that are played on the radio. While many of these songs are popular in the mainstream, some of them are not as well-known. Expand your horizons over the holidays and give these lesser-known holiday songs a listen.

Get in the Holiday Spirit with these Festive Recipes

December 14, 2018

The holidays are just around the corner, and there is no better way to celebrate than with a little cooking and baking. Get ready for the holidays by trying one of these themed recipes. Consider making some of these recipes as a family to really get into the holiday spirit.

5 Ways to Add Extra Security to Your Mobile Device

December 13, 2018

In this age of modern technology, mobile devices are an active target for cybercriminals. As more people purchase phones and tablets, hackers are doing everything they can to get your important information. On top of this, lots of people are determined to pickpocket loose phones if they have the chance to do so in…

Homemade Crafts You Can Give as Holiday Gifts

December 11, 2018

Gifts often have more meaning behind them when you spend time making them yourself. Get creative over the holidays and try your hand at making these festive crafts. Once you’re done you can give them to your friends and family members to show how much they mean to you.

Making a Traditional Office More Adaptable & Inclusive

December 7, 2018

A well-designed office is one that accounts for the needs of every employee that works in it. In today’s workforce, there are many people who suffer from disabilities that make it harder for them to complete certain tasks. Despite this, there are many offices that fail to properly accommodate the needs of these people.

Money Saving Tips to Cut Costs this Winter

December 6, 2018

Late December marks the beginning of winter, and as temperatures drop, many people are tempted to crank up the heat to stay warm. While this will help you keep warm, you better be prepared to pay a hefty heating bill at the end of the month. If you want to fight back the cold this winter while also saving some money…

Gifts Ideas for Your Office Holiday Gift Exchange

December 4, 2018

With the holidays quickly approaching, it will only be a matter of time before your office hosts its annual holiday gift exchange. Whether you are giving gifts to a specific person, or having a random grab bag, giving gifts to your coworkers can help build healthy relationships.

5 Reasons Why Social Media Marketing Should Be a Top Priority

November 29, 2018

In the 21st century, most people use social media in one form or another. The popularity of social media platforms stems from their ability to let people quickly connect with others online. In recent years, businesses have learned to use these platforms to market their brands and products online.

Beat Your Own Drum with International Percussion Month

November 27, 2018

Did you know that November is International Percussion Month? For those unaware, any instrument played by striking something with your hands or a stick is a percussion instrument. There are many percussion instruments in the world, but the most well-known is the drum. A drum can produce many sounds, and the sound it…

Fun Gifts for People Who Love Cooking

November 23, 2018

Cooking is a popular hobby for a lot of people. Some people do it just to try different meals, while others use their skills to make money as a business. If you have friends or family who enjoy preparing different recipes, consider buying them one of these items. Whether a birthday is coming up or you are just…

5 Inspirational Quotes That Can Help Pick You Up

November 20, 2018

Are you having a slow day at work? Every once in a while we get into a bit of a slump at our jobs and can’t find the motivation to get into our work. If you are in need of a pick-me-up, you should read these five motivational quotes.

Keeping Your Computer Files Organized

November 16, 2018

Most office jobs require extensive use of computers and laptops to get work done. Since you use your computer to get most of your work done, you should make an attempt to keep your files organized, so you can stay on top of things. Use the following tips to organize digital documents and files, so you can easily…

Tips to Save Money on Your Thanksgiving Dinner

November 15, 2018

Most people who host family dinners on Thanksgiving will tell you that they can get pretty expensive. From the large turkey to the abundance of desserts, it doesn’t take much to rack up a large grocery bill for Thanksgiving, especially if you are inviting a lot of people. If you want to save some money this…

4 Great Recipes for Peanut Butter Fanatics

November 13, 2018

Fans of peanut butter will be pleased to know that November is National Peanut Butter Lovers Month. Created using dry, roasted peanuts, peanut butter is a spread used in a large assortment of dishes. Get into the spirit of the month by trying out one of these recipes, all of which involve peanut butter in one way or…

Office Designs that Promote Eco-Friendly Behavior

November 8, 2018

Recently, people have been making an active attempt to make their offices more eco-friendly. By helping the environment, business owners can lower their carbon footprint, improve employee morale, and lower costs around the office. In addition, consumers think highly of companies that want to protect the environment.

Effective Ways to Cut Down on Energy Use at Work

November 6, 2018

If you work at an office, you should do what you can to conserve energy at work. Any energy you waste during the day increases your company’s electric bill and wasting energy is also very harmful to the environment. Use these tips and tricks to keep energy consumption down during your workday.

Homemade Decorations for Thanksgiving

November 2, 2018

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it’s time to get your house decorated for the holiday. If you want to save some money on Thanksgiving decorations this year, try making the following DIY decorations.

Phone Apps That Make You More Productive

October 30, 2018

Having trouble keeping track of progress for a specific project? You can use the Asana app to track projects and keep an eye on the progress your team is making. With this software, you can create a timeline to keep track of project deadlines, develop a visual plan for everyone, and communicate with your coworkers.

Tips to Inspire Creativity at Work

October 25, 2018

Being creative is a desirable trait for someone who works in an office environment. When workers are allowed to express themselves, they can come up with unique ideas and solutions that can help a company overcome problems. While some people are more creative than others by nature, anyone can be creative with a…

5 Great Songs for Halloween

October 23, 2018

October is upon us, which means Halloween is just around the corner. In addition to wearing costumes and decorating their houses, people like to listen to spooky songs to get into the holiday mood. Get ready for Halloween by listening to one of these five devilish songs.

How to Prepare for an Interview

October 18, 2018

If you want to apply for a new job, you have to be ready to speak with a job recruiter. During an interview, your goal is to convince a company’s staff that you have the skills required to effectively do the job you are applying for. First impressions are everything to job recruiters, so use these tips to get ready…

Simple Halloween Decorations You Can Make Yourself

October 16, 2018

Halloween is quickly approaching, which means it’s the perfect time to make your house spooky. If you want to get creative this Halloween, you should try making some DIY decorations. Save some money this year and try making these decorations for your house.

Effective Marketing Strategies to Use on Facebook

October 12, 2018

Facebook is currently one of the most popular social media platforms on the Internet. Millions of people use this platform every day, so it’s a great place to quickly and effectively reach a wide range of people. If you own a business, you can use Facebook to market your brand and generate new leads in a short…

5 Steps to Take to Save for Retirement

October 11, 2018

Whether you are new in the workforce or a long-time employee, saving for retirement is a necessity. At some point in the future, you will not be able to work anymore, and you have to make sure you have enough money when this happens. Take these five steps so you can save enough money before you exit the workforce.

Great Gifts for Sports Fans

October 9, 2018

October is a big month for sports fans. The baseball season gets ready to conclude with the World Series, and the football season is in full swing. October is also when the NBA basketball season begins, so this month is a big deal for people who enjoy watching sports. If you have friends who are big sports fans…

Celebrate National Cookie Month with Some Tasty Treats

October 4, 2018

October is National Cookie Month, so if you like to bake, you have a good excuse to try some new recipes. Cookies are great treats you can serve for any occasion, and they can be made with a wide range of ingredients. Celebrate National Cookie Month and try one of these top-tier cookie recipes.

What Is an Office Designed by AI Like?

October 2, 2018

Over the past few years, programmers have learned to use artificial intelligence for a variety of purposes. A few people in particular have tried using AI to design office spaces that accommodate the needs of office workers. See how AI can be used to develop specific room layouts that make workers happy.

Tips for Group Project Success

September 28, 2018

Projects that involve working as a group should benefit everyone involved since each member in the group can work on different tasks at the same time. These projects promote skills such as leadership, and should help office workers learn how to cooperate with each other. However, if the group members are not able to…

Gift Ideas for Fashionistas

September 27, 2018

Finding good gifts to give to your fashionable friends can be a challenge. Fashionistas are always keeping up with the latest fashion trends, which can make it hard to find gifts that will genuinely surprise them. If you need to get a stylish gift for your fashionable friend, you should try picking up one of the…

How to Take Better Photos on Your Phone

September 25, 2018

One of the best things about modern smartphones is that most of them come with a built-in camera. This allows users to take photos wherever they want, which is helpful if you forget to bring a camera on a family trip. Phone cameras offer a lot of convenience, but many people have trouble taking good photos with them.

Office Design Reflecting Culture

September 20, 2018

Your workspace is a powerful force because it can display the general culture of your company. Many offices are designed in a way to complement the goals and ideals of the people who work there. As a result, the environment you work in sends a strong message that gives outside people an idea of what kind of company…

Celebrate Oktoberfest!

September 18, 2018

Held in Munich, Germany at the end of September, Oktoberfest is the largest Volksfest in the world. The event is essentially a mix between a travelling fair and a beer festival, and it runs anywhere from sixteen to eighteen days. To go along with the beer that is served, many people like to cook up their own meals.

Fall Foliage Projects

September 14, 2018

The most defining feature of autumn is the abundance of colorful leaves that fall to the ground. These leaves can be used to create all sorts of things, including art, decorations, and other crafts. If you are looking for something fun to do during the fall season, try one of these foliage-based art projects.

How to Create Time for Thinking & Brainstorming

September 13, 2018

An important aspect of working for a business is being creative. If you want your business to succeed, you need to offer creative content. A lot of people, however, have trouble setting aside the time needed to brainstorm interesting ideas. If you are at a creative standstill, try using these tricks to free up some…

Getting Started Playing the Piano

September 11, 2018

If you love music, you should know that September is National Piano Month. Since the 1700s, the piano has been a staple of the music scene, and it has been used in a variety of live performances. There are many people who want to learn how to play the piano, but some of them have trouble figuring out where to start.

How to Get Started with LinkedIn Advertising

September 6, 2018

LinkedIn is one of the most popular job networking platforms on the Internet, making it a great place to advertise your brand. If you want more people to know about you and your company, you can use LinkedIn’s advertising tools to advertise your content to your audience. With these tools, you can easily create an ad…

5 Simple Ways to Improve Credit Scores

September 4, 2018

Having a strong credit score is an important part of making large purchases from certain companies. If you do not have a good credit score, you may not be allowed to buy certain types of houses or cars. In addition, having poor credit may have a strong impact on you if you are trying to start your own business. If…

What Should You Do If You Have Internet Issues?

August 30, 2018

Did you notice that this post took longer than expected to load? Are you reading this on your phone because the Internet on your laptop or desktop doesn’t work well? Here are a few things you can do to get back up to speed.

What Differences Offices Will Feature in 2023

August 28, 2018

Five years is a long time in the world of technology. Think about some of the changes you’ve experienced from 2013. The world has become better connected with new ways to communicate and send money. What are some differences that offices may have five years from now? Let’s take a look.

Using Snapchat for Business

August 23, 2018

If your company is trying to reach a younger audience, then Snapchat is a great platform to be on. According to the Pew Research Center, approximately 78 percent of Snapchat users are between ages 18-24. While a small business might not be able to afford every type of ad sponsorship, here are a few ways you can use…

End-of-Summer Songs

August 21, 2018

It’s hard to believe, but the start of Fall is just around the corner. There are only a few more weeks of fun in the sun, barbecues, and pool parties. Here are a few songs to help wrap up the summer.

When Should You Open a CD?

August 17, 2018

A certificate of deposit (CD) is one of the many options you have when it comes to saving your hard-earned money. According to Investopedia, it’s a type of savings certificate in any denomination with a fixed maturity date (e.g. months, years) and specified fixed interest rate.

Clever Ideas for Back-to-School Photos

August 16, 2018

It seems like yesterday that summer just began, but the start of a new school year is just around the corner. A back-to-school photo can create great memories. Here are a few ways you can get creative with your child’s back-to-school photos.

7 Great Gifts for New College Students

August 14, 2018

The very first year of college is a period of growth and significant change. With that comes an opportunity to give the college student in your life something special and extremely useful. Here are a few great gift ideas.

How to Ask for Flexible Hours

August 9, 2018

Employers have become focused on employee wellness and have offered employees the opportunity to create a schedule that works best for them. This has been a growing trend throughout the workforce. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately a quarter of U.S. employers offer flexible scheduling.

Innovative Trailblazers: Elon Musk

August 7, 2018

If you were to think of someone who is currently inventing life-changing projects, Elon Musk would most likely be at the top of your list. Most well-known for being the founder of Tesla, Musk has constantly come up with new prototypes and projects that could change the way everyone travels. Here is some background…

Celebrate National Peach Month

August 2, 2018

Did you know that August is National Peach Month? To celebrate, here are a few recipes that feature peaches.  

Resume Do’s and Don’ts

July 31, 2018

When was the last time you made changes to your résumé? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employees spend an average of four years in their current role. If you haven’t switched jobs in a while, your résumé content and format might be out of date. Here are a few do’s and don’ts to update your résumé.

Stay Secure with Mobile Banking

July 26, 2018

Mobile banking apps can save time as you won’t need to go to the bank to make a deposit. However, you might have some questions about the security of banking on your phone. According to a study from the U.S. Federal Reserve, 24 percent of respondents felt somewhat unsafe about their personal information when using…

Best Songs for Sunsets

July 24, 2018

There’s no better time than July to catch a beautiful sunset. With longer days, it’s easier for more and more people to catch one. Here are a few great songs, based on your activity, to play as you watch the sunset.

Wicked Wicker Projects

July 20, 2018

Have you ever thought of creating your own beautiful shelves or chairs? Wicker basically involves twigs usually made of willow and is extremely durable if cared for correctly. Making your own wicker items can be a bit time-consuming, but can save you a lot of money. Here are a few tips to help you get started, along…

Farewell Gifts for Friends Who Are Moving

July 19, 2018

You’ve just gotten the news that someone close to you is moving away. There’s a lot on your friend’s mind right now as they get ready for the big move. Show your appreciation with the following gift ideas.

Instagram Stories & Business: What You Need to Know

July 17, 2018

Instagram stories are an increasingly popular way to tell a story to younger audiences. According to social media management tool Sprout Social, approximately 71 percent of U.S. businesses use Instagram. Over 1/3 of all Instagram users publish stories, according to MediaKix. Here are some things you should know…

How Bosses Can Inspire Employees Every Day

July 12, 2018

A great team starts with a great leader. Think of it this way: How would an MLB team make it to the World Series without great leadership? Your employees’ success begins with how you inspire them to do great things. Here are a few ways you can inspire your coworkers and employees.

Shareable Picnic Recipes

July 10, 2018

July is National Picnic Month! Picnics are a great way to keep in touch with old friends or get outside on a beautiful day. Sharing a recipe is a great way to get people to try new things. Here are some picnic recipes meant for groups of 4 or more.

Keep Your Laptop Charger in Great Shape

July 6, 2018

Have you ever been away from home with a broken laptop charger? There’s no worse feeling than not knowing where to go to replace it. If you tend to break them regularly, there might be a few things you can do to prevent it from happening again. Here are some suggestions.

The Office Café

July 3, 2018

Does your office contain a coffee pot that is barely used or washed? If this sounds like your workplace, then it may be time to reevaluate what everyone drinks. Many employers are offering options that mimic coffee shops, everything from decadent hot chocolate to refreshing green teas with a comfortable seating area…

Clever Ways to Cool Your Home

June 28, 2018

The average U.S. family spends at least $2,200 a year on their energy bill, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. If you live in an area with brutally hot and humid summers, then you know very well how much your energy bills can spike. To help offset your cooling costs, here are a few clever ways to cool your…

Why Summer Is a Good Time to Focus on Employee Wellness

June 26, 2018

Have you thought about how you’re feeling about your job? Chances are, you and many of your employees might not be engaged and may be fatigued. According to research from HUB International, 54 percent of benefits professionals say employee morale is the most significant metric improved when implementing employee…

6 Songs for Your Pool Party Playlist

June 22, 2018

Planning a pool party this summer? Chances are, you know that your playlist can set the mood for your entire day. Whether you plan on just having everyone relax and swim, or you want to get a competitive game of pool basketball or volleyball going, here are a few songs to add to your pool party playlist.

Remote Employees Are Coming Back to the Office

June 21, 2018

Recently, you may have heard about IBM’s move to bring remote employees into their various campuses. This was a shocking announcement for many as IBM was one of the first companies to allow employees to work remotely, even installing remote terminals inside of homes as early as the 1980s. Here are some reasons why…

Mid-Year Financial Checkup: What You Should Review

June 19, 2018

Can you believe that 2018’s halfway point is already here? For some businesses, June serves as the end of the fiscal year. While you might spend some time vacationing with family and friends, summer is also a good time to see how you’re doing with your personal finances. Here are a few things to check to be in good…

Cool Desserts for Hot Summer Days

June 14, 2018

Summer is here! With it, comes time for cool desserts for warm nights. Check out our recipes. Note that while the time needed for each of these to cool off might take a while, all of the recipes can be prepped in 10 minutes.  

Best Personalized Gift Ideas

June 12, 2018

A gift with a personal touch can be nice to give and even better to receive. According to Business Wire, the personalized gift market is expected to grow approximately nine percent. Here are a few gift ideas that can include your recipient’s name on it.

How to Keep Your Tech Running on a Road Trip

June 8, 2018

There’s a lot to remember when packing for a road trip. Sometimes, you might forget about what you need to keep your tech running smoothly. Here are some of the ways to keep devices in great shape and avoid any hiccups on the road this summer.

6 Things to Do Before Starting a New Job

June 7, 2018

Congratulations on the new position! With a new employment opportunity comes a time to shine and really show what you’re worth. Before you go in the first day, here are a couple of things you should do.

Stay Productive this Summer

June 5, 2018

Does your employer face a slowdown during the summer? Are you having a tough time focusing at work when you would rather be outside enjoying beautiful weather? You’re not alone. Focusing at work when it’s extremely hot outside and when others are on vacation can make it difficult to get things done. Here are a few…

Saving Money on Your Summer Vacation

May 31, 2018

Approximately 75 percent of people have debt from previous vacations, according to financial planning startup LearnVest. While it might be easy to plan on saving before you go on your trip, you’ll always find unexpected expenses during your trip. Regardless of your destination, here are a few suggestions to help you…

4 Things to Do at Work to Be Healthier

May 29, 2018

Are you at your desk now wondering how you can be healthier at work? If you’re feeling stressed out and/or lethargic, there are a number of things you can do to improve your well-being and health while doing your job. Here are four smart choices you can make for better health while you’re at work.

Thank You Gifts for Teachers

May 24, 2018

May is here, and that means it’s almost time for the school year to come to a close. Your child’s teachers have been busy all year giving your child the tools he or she needs to succeed. Here are some great gifts to thank teachers for all of their hard work.  

Best Tools for More Efficient Meetings

May 22, 2018

Let’s face it, meetings can sometimes be a waste of time. From actually finding a time for everyone to meet to participants figuring out how to download drivers for web conferencing services, can take a large chunk out of your day. According to an article in Business Insider, approximately $37 billion is lost due to…

Tips for Better Time Management

May 17, 2018

Do you struggle finding time for everything that is on your to-do list? You’re not alone. According to a study conducted by, 89 percent of respondents say they’ve wasted time at work. If you find that you get distracted easily by your social media accounts or just browsing the Web in general, you might…

5 Ways to Measure Your Work Without Performance Reviews

May 15, 2018

Many companies are foregoing the traditional performance review. According to research from Globoforce, 45 percent of HR professionals surveyed don’t think that annual performance reviews are an accurate appraisal of an employee’s work. For the employee, it can be truly tough sometimes to gauge how you’re doing and…

Tracking Devices and Software at Work: Will They Become Prevalent?

May 10, 2018

Last month, you saw an article about some of the benefits that wearable technology can provide to employees and employers. While these devices are meant to better the health of individuals, some people are concerned that employers can use these devices, along with additional tracking software, to make decisions…

Homemade Mother’s Day Gifts

May 8, 2018

Looking for creative gift ideas for Mother’s Day? In a study conducted by CreditDonkey, something homemade was the top gift request last year. Here are some things that you can make from scratch for mom!

Is Listening to Music While Driving Distracting?

May 3, 2018

Music can have various effects on the mind and body. Distractions from music while driving are often a concern of researchers looking to study driver safety. Take a look at some various viewpoints from both perspectives to see the answer to whether or not your music is distracting while driving.

Food Fiesta: Recipes from Mexico

May 1, 2018

Whether it’s for a Cinco de Mayo party, or something different for dinner, check out some of these Mexican recipes.

Flower Projects

April 27, 2018

You probably already know the saying, “April showers bring May flowers.” Here are some great project ideas revolving around flowers that bloom in April.  

2018’s Biggest Time Wasters

April 26, 2018

Do you feel like you haven’t gotten anything done at work today? Consider some of these statistics: 70 percent of employees don’t feel engaged at their current workplace (The Muse). In the corporate sector, productivity decreased 0.4 percent since 2016 (U.S Dept. of Labor). 68 percent of U.S. full-time employees say…

How Wearable Tech Promotes Office Health

April 24, 2018

While wearable devices like the Apple Watch and Fitbit are not new, there’s a trend sweeping the workplace to count steps and try to be healthier with day-to-day routines. According to Gartner, wearable devices are expected to sell 30 million more units this year than in 2017. Here are a few of the features that can…

Start Spring with Salads

April 19, 2018

Trying to eat a little healthier as spring blooms? If so, check out these simple salad recipes to serve as a side for dinner or to bring with you to work for lunch!

How to Stream Music, But Save Data

April 17, 2018

According to Statista, the number of subscribers from 2018 to 2020 is expected to increase by 41.2 million. If you’re on a mobile phone plan without unlimited data, you might be wondering how you can move your entire music catalog online. Fortunately, most apps that offer a paid subscription allow you to save your…

What to Do If You Accidentally Delete Files

April 13, 2018

Imagine you’ve been making great progress on an important project. You get a lot done and close out your file. The next day, you come into work to realize that your file can’t be found anywhere and realize it has been deleted. Here are instructions on how you can recover a lost file.

5 Easy Ways to Make Extra Money

April 12, 2018

Many people say they could use a little extra money. According to The Motley Fool, Millennials specifically have a savings rate of negative 2 percent! Whether you are in that negative 2 percent or not, there are some incredibly easy ways to make some extra cash. Here are a few suggestions.

What Purpose Will Quiet Rooms Serve in Office Spaces?

April 10, 2018

Do you currently work in an open office layout, and struggle to find a quiet space? You’re not alone. A recent CNBC article says that 58 percent of high performing employees feel that they need quiet spaces in their open office layouts. Quiet rooms are easy to incorporate and will help to fulfill the needs of…

Preparing for Take Your Child to Work Day

April 5, 2018

On the fourth Thursday of April, parents are given the chance to bring their children to work for the day. Take Your Child to Work Day is an important day because it provides children with the chance to get a glimpse of what it’s like to be part of the workforce. If you want Take Your Child to Work Day to go…

Gifts for New Homeowners

April 3, 2018

Do you know a first-time homeowner or someone who relocated to a new area? Sometimes, figuring out what to gift to them might be difficult. Rather than gifting a bottle of wine, here are a few options for those of you that are stuck.

Songs to Welcome Spring

March 29, 2018

The days are finally getting a little brighter and depending on where you live, the flowers might already be in bloom. Each day gets a bit warmer and spring has almost arrived! Here are some of the best songs to welcome in spring.

How to Be Eco-Friendly with Your Tech Use

March 27, 2018

There’s so much more to being eco-friendly than using computers and Cloud computing instead of printing things. How you use your technology can also make an impact. Here are some suggestions on how to be eco-friendly with your tech use.

Creative Desk Crafts

March 22, 2018

Is your desk bland and boring? Need something colorful or inspiring to look at during your day? If you find that others in the office are talking about your boring workspace, here are a few easy crafts to create for your desk.

The Office Fridge: How to Keep It Clean

March 20, 2018

Every person in your office shares the office fridge and it doesn’t take long for it to get dirty. A dirty fridge is not only a hazard to your health, but can be off-putting if you’re expecting guests or clients to be in your breakroom. Use the following tips to keep your office fridge clean so your kitchen area…

What 5 Skills Are Most in Demand Now?

March 16, 2018

Are you curious about the top skills employers are looking for today? While some of the skills may be more technical, there are a few important ones that span a variety of fields. Here are some opinions about the top skills in demand right now.

5 Famous People Who Went from Rags to Riches

March 15, 2018

Do you love success stories? If you’re a business owner, you understand how much hard work is spent on developing a successful career. Here are a few interesting stories of how celebrities and founders of major companies went from rags to riches.

Feed Me, I’m Irish

March 13, 2018

Whether you are Irish, or just like to pretend for one day, March is the perfect time to make some Irish classics. Here are some recipes for your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

Be Flexible: Stretches You Can Do at Your Desk

March 9, 2018

Are you feeling stiff and exhausted? Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and injuries are common in offices with poor-fitting office furniture. According to OSHA, MSDs accounted for 33 percent of all workplace injuries. Taking a few moments each day to stretch can reduce the risk of workplace injuries. Check out these…

Gift Ideas for New Parents

March 8, 2018

Do you know someone welcoming a new addition to the family? Stumped on what to give for a gift? If this sounds like you, here are a few gift suggestions for friends or family who are new parents. If the new parents do have a gift registry, consider checking first to make sure that no one buys the same gift.

How to Defeat the Hump Day Slump

March 6, 2018

Employees tend to have mixed feelings about Wednesdays. According to the Robert Half Staffing Agency, productivity tanks from Tuesday to Wednesday by approximately 15 to 20 percent. If you find that the second half of the week isn’t as productive as the first, grab a caffeinated beverage and follow some of the…