How to Travel on a Budget
When it comes to traveling on a budget, you’ll want to make sure you know all the right things. This guide will help you find the best travel experiences for as little as $50 per person. With this information in hand, you can plan your trip with ease and save money without sacrificing quality.
Opinion: Five Types of Event No Shows
The nice weather is upon us and that means you will likely receive many event invitations. Event hosts are consistently concerned about the increasingly fewer RSVPs they receive, and even more so about those who say “yes” but won't show up anyway.
Opinion: The Beginning of Occupy Wall Street - How The Forgotten Protest Began and Why It Is Important To Plan!
There was a peaceful protest against the financial problems, income inequality, and decline of American democracy into the modern civil oligarchy-like state, but it kind of fizzled out to the point that most people do not talk about it anymore. What I am talking about is the Occupy Wall Street protests that happened at the start of the last decade. It was an interesting point of history that most have forgotten, but many still recall to some degree. The protest began back in September of 2011 with the occupation of Zuccotti Park in New York City, but the origins of the protest began even further back than that. Back on June 9th of 2011, Kalle Lasn - a Candian filmmaker, author, and activist - registered the domain for a website. This domain was occupywallstreet.org. By July 13th, Lasn's anti-consumerist organization called Adbusters started to propose peaceful demonstrations to occupy parts of Wall Street as part of some kind of larger political movement in the United States.
Google tools help keep me productive and on track with my writing
I used to be the worst procrastinator, waiting until the last moment to do anything that I didn’t want to do. It set me up for disaster in school, and it really wasn’t great for my life, either, until my mother drilled it into my head enough times that to be successful in pretty much anything in life you need to plan ahead.
SPRING Ahead This Weekend
If you can’t wait for Spring, we’re going to get you there one hour earlier as we welcome Daylight Savings Time 2022!
Itinerary: Long Weekend in Charleston
The time I went to Charleston. Here is the itinerary I created and used, feel free to use it for your trip.
The Art of Creating Your Future
I hate travel maps with a passion. For some reason, it’s not easy for me to follow maps. I mean the maps you pick up at convenience stores. While detailed, I am not very directionally inclined. It doesn’t help that I don’t like asking for directions. Some of it could be pride.
Toss Your Day Planner. Use a Goal Planner to Achieve Your Dreams.
Goal Planner pagesPhoto by @ikigloo at Unsplash.com. For years, picking out a new day planner has been one of my favorite end-of-year rituals. I love wading through the many planner designs and themes, trying to find the one that will give me the brightest outlook and the most motivation to make the best use of my time. I’ve had some gorgeous planners over the years that filled my weeks and months with beautiful nature photography, creative artwork, and inspiring quotes.
Set the Intention When Setting Goals and a Solid Plan to reach the Finish Line
Are we setting ourselves up for failure? Are we unrealistic in our expectations?. If you choose to beat the odds and attempt to uphold your goals and resolutions, here are some valuable tips from those who have reported making it to the finish line.
Email Etiquette – New guidelines and strategies for managing the Electronic Chaos
One of the outcomes of our new era of remote offices, virtual interactions and electronic communications is that our email mailboxes now seem to rule us. They dictate our meeting schedules, our customer and internal communications, they provide training and assist us with marketing and gaining exposure when in person meetings are not possible. However, we are now inundated with a minimum of 30-40% more emails than we were receiving back in 2020. Not only is this difficult to keep up with, it can be insanely aggravating.