Why ethics is good for business


The last thing any company wants is a misstep that hurts the trust it has built with customers. This is especially true for smaller businesses, which may not have the resources to recover from a reputational setback. To prevent mistakes, bad decisions and wrongdoing, smaller businesses can take a proactive approach to developing ethical business leaders and business cultures. In doing so, experts say businesses … Continue reading Why ethics is good for business

5 easy projects to get the whole family outside


Want to get the kids away from screens and outside for some fresh air? Many outdoor projects will not only lure your whole family outdoors once the jobs are completed, but the family may actually want to help you. Here are five ideas for outdoor projects everyone will love. Make a backyard movie theater Who wouldn’t love watching movies under the stars? You’ll need a … Continue reading 5 easy projects to get the whole family outside

Time-saving tips for creating simple morning routines


Mornings can be a bit chaotic as you fight the clock to get out the door on time. This is especially true if you have a big family. Wouldn’t it be nice if rather than feeling like a stressful race, your morning routine was something you actually looked forward to? Starting your day on a high note is simple when you adopt some tips and … Continue reading Time-saving tips for creating simple morning routines

A guide to affordable home improvement


The holy grail of home improvement is a project that makes a big difference to the appearance or value of the home without breaking the bank. The key is to focus on low-cost, quality items that will give the most bang for your buck. Here are five to consider: New bathroom countertop Bathroom remodels still provide some of the best return on investment for home … Continue reading A guide to affordable home improvement

How detailed planning can help you make every minute count


Make every minute count with detailed planning (BPT) – To say ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia keeps busy is an understatement. The fitness platform she founded operates at 15,000 partner sites across 80 cities worldwide and is continuing to expand. Kadakia also founded Sa Dance Company, a bicoastal Indian dance troupe that performs at major venues across Los Angeles and New York. Kadakia works 10-hour days … Continue reading How detailed planning can help you make every minute count

Empress Ithiopia Graces The Stage!


  By Faye-Chantelle Mondesir (Empress Faye) Empress Ithiopia, after years of performing in the capacity of a back up singer, has branched off, evolving as a lead female artiste, to gracefully entertain the world at large. She currently represents musically as ‘Empress Ithiopia,’ alongside the renown Ras Africa, expressing the African part of her interesting, mixed heritage.   ‘Millicent S. Leon,’ which is the name … Continue reading Empress Ithiopia Graces The Stage!

3 key questions adult learners should ask before returning to school


The decision to return to school is not made lightly. While earning a degree can be highly rewarding in the form of better career opportunities and higher pay, the path to get there can be filled with challenges, especially if you’re trying to fit school and studies in with your work and family responsibilities. An education unlocks so many doors. It’s worth taking the time … Continue reading 3 key questions adult learners should ask before returning to school

3 ways leaders can help employees embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI)


Most people may be unaware how much Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become part of their lives. From GPS and predictive text on smartphones to search engines and customer service chatbots, AI is changing the way people live and work. AI involves the process of using algorithms to make sense of large amounts of data beyond human capacity to manage, with the potential to tackle more … Continue reading 3 ways leaders can help employees embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Prevent your student’s ‘summer slide’ with … video games?


School is out for the summer, and parents everywhere are worried about their kids spending too much time staring at their screens. If you are one of those worried parents, take a moment and determine what your child is actually doing with their screens. It’s one thing if they’re just consuming content, it’s another if they’re actually using their screen to be productive. Screens actually … Continue reading Prevent your student’s ‘summer slide’ with … video games?

Feeling overwhelmed? 5 tips to make time for self-care


Ever feel like the days just get away from you, and you don’t have time to do the things you need to do, much less want to do? Often wish you could just spend your evenings or weekends on your personal goals, practicing self-care or just relaxing? There are many ways you can take control of your time and take better care of yourself. Sometimes … Continue reading Feeling overwhelmed? 5 tips to make time for self-care