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Just because the sun is shining and the days are getting warmer doesn’t mean you have to wait until the cold weather comes back to drink your favorite tea – that’s taboo.

Besides being delicious, here’s a couple of reasons why drinking tea in the summer is actually a good thing.

Myth or fact: Will drinking hot tea in the scorching heat cool you down? Actually, it’s a proven fact, but not everyone will enjoy this technique. Consuming hot beverages (such as tea and coffee) raises your core temperatu...

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Let’s start off by saying we promote drinking responsibly and being safe, but we’ve all crossed the line where fun should have stopped two drinks ago. The next morning we wake up clumsily trying to piece our night back together and grateful for coffee.

 

(We feel sorry for those of you who ran out of coffee before your night out because we’ve been there before and we made sure that we would never run out of coffee again.)

 

Why do we lose our memory after a few drinks?

 

Recent studies show that alc...

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Once a year we scramble chaotically to find a gift that shows our mothers how much we care. Some by flowers, others by tacky personalized trinkets that she secretly stashes away, but is there such thing as a perfect gift? This year we put together a small list to inspire your appreciation for mom.

 

Straight from the Heart

 

Most mothers don’t care about the “gift” as much as the gesture, remember your macaroni art from grade 4 that hung on the fridge for months?  Most people mistake special gifts...

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Commonly misconstrued with Mexico’s Independence Day, Cinco de Mayo celebrates Mexico’s victory in the battle of Pueblea on May 5th 1862, with the victory becoming a sense of pride for the country.

In 1933, instead of building a wall, President Roosevelt enacted the “Good Neighbor Policy” to improve relations with Latin American countries, and thus popularizing Cinco de Mayo as we know it.

Much more than just a day full of tequila and nachos, Cinco de Mayo is a day for people of Mexican heritage l...

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As business people and entrepreneurs you have probably heard the term “evergreen” and its importance to your success. We’ve been told to brand everything from letterheads to content, currently I’m holding a business card for…  Wait, somebody left chocolates on my desk…

Who are these from? Oh, my financial planner sent them for my birthday.

Sorry, I got distracted. What were we talking about? Business cards? Why are we talking about a business card when there’s chocolate on my desk?  

With all this ...

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With New Year’s gone and lent finishing up, it’s nice to take a moment to reflect on where we are going and re-commit to our goals. Find new inspiration or motivation to achieve new heights of personal achievement this year.

 

“Dear optimist, pessimist, and realist – while you guys were busy arguing about the glass of wine, I drank it! Sincerely, the opportunist!" – Lori Greiner

 

With administrative professional’s day coming up, we show thanks to the people who help us make our goals possible, the...

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Sure, we all know about the Easter Bunny and we all look forward to over indulging in the sweet treats this time of year brings, but how did the Easter Bunny and chocolaty gifts start?

 

For some Easter is a deeply religious time, for others not so much, but the story seems to get a little hazy. The history of Easter comes with many different tales of how it came to be!

 

Some folklore claims Eostre the pagan goddess of spring and fertility found a dying bird and transformed it into a rabbit so it...

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Don’t look now, but Easter is sneaking up quickly. Stuffed bunnies and colored eggs are beginning to adorn windowsills and desks, and refreshing, jovial colors are as common as delicious treats.

Easter is an important religious holiday, but it’s also a symbol of spring. It’s the time when we finally admit that we’re ready for the cold, dark winter to be over, and the bright, warm, happy months to begin. At Easter, we wear bright colors, watch children look for eggs in the grass, and celebrate al...

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Sunny Days Ahead

22 Mar, 17

The weather is finally turning, and the sun is coming out at long last. As the last storms of winter blow through the country, flowers and grass are starting to emerge, sweaters are starting to find their spot at the back of the closet, and we all find ourselves outdoors more and more often.

For many people, warm weather means it’s time to put away the hot coffee, and break out the iced teas, spritzers, and wines. But some of us don’t know how to say goodbye to coffee; thankfully, there’s no rea...

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April is just a hop and a skip away, and it starts this year the way it does every year: with April Fools’ Day. The first of the month falls on a Saturday this year, which means the people in your life will have extra time to prank, joke, and fool you, so stay on your toes and try to trick them first.

April Fools’ Day carries different customs and traditions for every household, but there’s always a fun, lighthearted feeling in the air that helps ring in the new month and the warmer, longer, bri...

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