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  • Fun Ways to Remotely Celebrate the Holidays

    Team-building is important and should be nurtured whether you are in the office or at home. Here are some fun ways you can celebrate holidays with the team to encourage camaraderie while working from home.

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  • Guest Blog With Valerie Recore: Sick Kids, Snow Days, and Entrepreneurship

    What if you were able to end days with a sick child feeling accomplished at both work and as a mother? It is possible. Let’s cover some ways to make it happen.

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  • Project-Based Schedules – Could They Work for You?

    For those who aren’t familiar, project-based schedules exist with one main idea in mind – as long as the projects are completed and the deadlines are met, the hours in which the work gets done are flexible. It’s time to throw out the obsession with the timeclock, and focus on the quality of work, employees’ mental health, and a positive work-life balance.

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  • The 4 Day Work Week

    by Kelly Sullivan Every once in a while, we here in the United States are blessed with the rare but beautiful three day weekend due to a national holiday. If […]

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  • How Co-Working is Changing the Work Game

    by Jessi Burg and Kelly Sullivan There are so many great things about being your own boss: you can write your own schedule, choose your own clients, and work on […]

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