It’s Teacher Appreciation Week. The one week out of the year when we get a chance to celebrate our educators. Teachers are role models for our children, so why not get them a gift that’s nice and green? Here are a few eco-friendly ways to show your appreciation this week: Many teachers bring a sack
A couple of weeks ago, we launched a team building event called Pay It Forward based on the concept from the movie Pay It Forward with Helen Hunt and Kevin Spacey. The premise is that teams from across different functional groups are given $100 to simply “Go out and do good in the community
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Neighbors are what make a collection of houses into a community. They’re whom you borrow from when all you have is a half of a cup of sugar but your recipe calls for more. They lent you their lawn mower when yours was out of fuel and the grass was nearing knee high. They drove
We’ve discussed Hurricane Season in depth on this blog, but one aspect of the preparation process that merits harping is children. Sure you’ve prepared your Disaster Supply Kit, but do your kids know what to do? How to react? Where to go? Children have unique needs and require special attention when planning for a disaster.