7 questions to help you decide

6th October 2020
Chair Mats: aren’t they just another unnecessary expense? 7 questions to help you decide If you’re anything like me, you’d rather not spend money on something you don’t really need. You have to know why you need it, determine if it’s a true need or an artificial “need,” and if it’s something that you can continue to live happily without, even if everyone else considers it a necessity. Maybe you don’t relate to that and are already convinced I must be a […]

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Pet Costume Contest!

30th September 2020
It has been an interesting year for all of us so far. Sometimes, in the middle of all the craziness, you just gotta brighten things up a bit and have a little fun! Which is why we are super excited to announce our FIRST EVER Pet Costume Contest!   First prize wins 8lbs of assorted chocolates!   Second place wins 4lbs assorted chocolates   Third place wins 55 packs assorted M&M’s How to enter: Send us a picture of your pet, along with your name, and t[…]

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Reducing Office Spend

4th September 2020
You probably heard it from your parents as a teenager, “Money doesn’t grow on trees!” While some may still be trying to wrap their minds around this revolutionary concept, most of us as adults have finally gotten the message and are now trying to drill it into the heads of our own kids. We’ve grown up, taken on responsibility and have learned this fact for ourselves- maybe even through the school of hard knocks. We now better understand the value of money, and, h[…]

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Invest in your Community

4th August 2020
What is your favorite thing about your community? Is it the friendliness of the people? The fact that you grew up there? The nostalgic feel of the little restaurant that a couple just opened up in an old building downtown? Or maybe the store that’s been owned by the same family for 15+ years and whenever you walk in you are greeted by your first name? Are there improvements you’d like to see happen in your community? Better roads or funding for schools? Nicer parks? […]

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Work from Home

2nd July 2020
While many are slowly returning back to the workplace after being in quarantine for the last three months, there are still many of us who continue to work from home either indefinitely or, now permanently, as companies weigh best solutions for continued operation. Though some employees may have taken to working from home like a duck to water, many of us are still struggling to find a rhythm that keeps us focused and productive, while at the same time meeting our vital ne[…]

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