For many people, working from home came as an unexpected and unplanned result of the pandemic. It required hastily putting together a slapdash short-term solution so that work could get done with limited interruption. However, many companies are continuing to keep employees in a work from home environment for at least several months to come.Continue reading “Ergonomic Mistakes You May be Making with Your Home Office”
You don’t need a large budget or lengthy timeline to give your home a noticeable boost. Whether you’re looking for functional fixes, to enhance the visual appeal or just a small refresh—there are a number of ways to update your home cheaply and easily.
On television, home improvement projects go from start to finish in 60 minutes or less. Realistic? Of course not, but you don’t need to spend a lot of time to make some significant changes to your home. Here are some ideas for quick projects that can be done in a weekend that deliver big results.Continue reading “Simple and Easy Weekend DIY Projects to Spruce up Your Home”
It’s finally Summer, and even though kids have been home for a while, many families are looking to do anything but have a lazy Summer break. In between pool parties and Summer getaways, find some time to give back with these fun activities for the whole family.Continue reading “Fun Ways to Give Back to your Community this Summer”
With all the uncertainties that the Corona Virus has brought, it can be hard to predict what is going to be the long-term effect on the economy. Unfortunately, if a recession does hit, it will be something beyond our control. However what we can control is how we personally respond to it and how we prepare for it. Taking precautionary measures sooner rather than later can help you protect your finances and make them recession-proof.Continue reading “Money Management Tips to Make Your Finances Recession-Proof”
Buying a new house is REALLY exciting, but I don’t think there are very many people who actually LIKE moving. It’s stressful, it’s time consuming, and it’s a lot of work. However, depending on the time of year, it can be a completely different experience. So, which season is the ideal season to move? We think Summer.Continue reading “Thinking of Moving? Summer is the Best Time to Do It!”
The average employee spends about 2,000 hours at work a year? – not counting breaks, their commute, and overtime. So how can leaders help employees find meaning at work?
Companies spend a considerable amount of time, money, and resources on creating their vision, mission, core values, etc. but they often fall to the wayside when it comes to the daily grind of the workday and their Employee Experience. Employees might eat, drink, and breathe the company’s purpose and know why they do what they do – but employees really need to feel satisfied and engaged with their jobs in order for it to feel meaningful to them.Continue reading “Tips to Make Your Employee’s Job More Meaningful”
If being cooped up in the house all Winter followed by the COVID-19 quarantine has you and your family climbing the walls, you aren’t alone. With more temperate weather finally here, it’s important to get some fresh air, expend some energy, and of course, stay safe while doing it.
It may be a while before some of the normal Spring and Summer activities are safe and reopened for the public to take advantage of, but you are only limited by your imagination. Here are some fun, simple, and safe activities that you and your family can do – some even in your own backyard!Continue reading “Simple and Fun Family Friendly Outdoor Activities”
Have you heard of formjacking? I’m going to go out on a limb here and say probably not. Formjacking is probably the biggest type of credit card cybertheft you’ve never heard of. It’s a relatively new form of digital information theft caused by hacker attacks on commercial websites involved in e-commerce and other activities that collect customers’ personal information.Continue reading “What is Formjacking and How Can I Protect Myself?”
In today’s digital world, we can do just about anything online and that includes searching for your potential dream house. Imagine drinking your morning coffee while clicking through the latest real estate listings and you finally find the perfect house, in the perfect neighborhood, at the perfect price, with everything on your Must Have List. But then you see it… SALE PENDING. UGH!
Is this a deal breaker?Continue reading ““Sale Pending”: Does it really mean SOLD?”
When it comes to the customer journey – the stages your customer goes through from learning about you to becoming a brand ambassador – one of the most critical stages is retention. Getting the first sale from a customer is great, but the goal is to have “sticky” customers – people who come back over and over and even recommend you to others.Continue reading “Are you Feeling the Love? How to Improve Customer Retention and Appreciation”