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Scatter Day

Scatter Day

A few weeks ago, I read in a local magazine about an upcoming Scatter Day taking place at River View Cemetery Funeral Home. There were two reasons this opportunity caught my eye. One personal and one professional.

Home is Home

Home is Home

Home is home, and I’m finally back! After working remotely for the past several weeks with my hubby in Southern California, I am back in my own home office and you know what? I feel a little like George Bailey in “It’s a Wonderful Life”. I’m so grateful for my home and have a new perspective for my office and all the ease I have running my business and my personal life here.

Sharing the Truth

Sharing the Truth

I’m sharing the truth. I am a napper! There I said it out loud in a professional work setting. I used to feel embarrassed that I could use a nap some days of the week. It made me feel like I wasn’t being as productive as I was expected to be or that it wasn’t fair that I was taking this time for myself.

February Loving-Kindness Challenge

February Loving-Kindness Challenge

Join the February Loving-Kindness Challenge this month in honor of International Random Acts of Kindness day! February is typically a month where we focus on how we can acknowledge a special person in our life. Valentine’s Day has been celebrated around the world for hundreds of years as a day to celebrate the love shared between two people.

Beginning the New Year with Hope

Beginning the New Year with Hope

Perhaps you are beginning this new year with a little bit of hope again. I hope you made time to replenish your tank during the final days of the year. As the calendar changes to a new year, it feels like a fresh start.

How did you feel about today?

How did you feel about today?

How did you feel about today? It’s January 3rd. No matter what your working situation is, how did you feel about going back to work today?

Showing Gratitude

Showing Gratitude

Showing gratitude is good for all, so why don’t we give thanks more? I read an article this weekend about research suggesting that people underestimate how much other people will appreciate being appreciated, instead focusing on their own writing.

Kindness is Teachable

Kindness is Teachable

Kindness is teachable, clearly so is hate. Last weekend, I listened to Rabbi and a Preacher giving sermons about love, inclusion, and humankind. The Rabbi told us, the Jewish answer to the question, "Am I my brother’s keeper and my sister’s keeper?" is a resounding...

Customer Service and Employee Relationships

Customer Service and Employee Relationships

Customer Service and Employee Relationships go hand in hand. Organizations with strong customer service programs benefit from stronger relationships between their customers and employees. When customer satisfaction is high, job satisfaction, retention, and engagement all follow.