In this day and age, doing your research, completing your spell check, making sure your i’s are dotted, and your t’s are crossed are super important. You may not know it, but this could determine the outcome of your event. If you’re wondering how, here are a few examples.
As some of you may know, we have entered the next phase of technology advancement known as the Metaverse. We started with computers, graduated to AOL and AskJeeves, moved on to Google and social media platforms like Myspace, Facebook, and Instagram, and now the Metaverse is here.
How many of us are working through lunch today? With working from home being more of the norm, it’s so easy to stay glued to our devices or to just keep working. The only reason we know these things is because we are guilty of it ourselves. When we were younger, we couldn’t wait until the lunch hour.
We know it sounds simple, but for some reason it feels like we’re back to this being a hard concept. The numbers are up, but we can make a difference if we hold each other accountable. What we won’t do is force people to do anything they don’t want to do because we also recognize that some people have medical and religious regions for not gettin an injection. What we can do is recommend something everyone can do to help prevent the spreading of this illness.
Welcome to back to school season! It came back around so fast, like literally Summer has flown by. Either way, it’s time to get back into a routine, and restore order for the upcoming school year. This is going to be a serious transition, as most most students are returning back to the classroom for the first time since March 2020. This can be a scary thing, but we’re here to help alleviate any anxiety you and your children may have.
Mother’s Day is this Sunday and while celebrating in-person may not be an option, there are so man virtual ideas and events happening to help celebrate the special women in your life during a quarantine. Hopefully by this time next year, we’ll be able to suggest in-person Mother’s Day events, but until then, we want to encourage everyone to remain safe. Here are our top 5 recommendations for a great virtual Mother’s Day this year.