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Building Family Connections

Whether you object on principle the gift-centric nature of the holidays or find yourself overwhelmed by the amount of time and money you’ve spent finding presents, by mid-December you may be thinking, “there has to be a better way.” If you’re searching to refocus your holiday on family, friends, and spending time together, consider the […]

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Networking: Business Success Is Rooted in Working Together

When Go2s launched, it had to make a crucial decision about its market approach. When most people hear the words “app,” “social media” or “software development,” they usually think of places like Silicon Valley, California. Go2s founder Mehdi Tehranchi knew that all businesses, even ones that aspire to global, online reach, benefit from a strong […]

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Your Digital Clutter Matters More Than You Think

Unfriending, unfollowing, whatever you want to call it – we’ve all done it. Managing social network connections is like decluttering your digital life. Which, considering our digital lives tend to be bigger than most of us would like to admit, can be a really hefty task. Perhaps you chip away at it, unfollowing an account […]

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Holiday Travel Got You Down?

Whether you approach family gatherings during the holidays with rose-colored visions of tradition and togetherness or with teeth-gritting forbearance, we all share one wish: to not lose a fortune and our sanity just getting there. For the most part, we’re pretty savvy consumers. We know the high-volume travel days, we know to book early, and […]

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Is it Time to Hire a Tutor?

New school supplies don’t feel so new anymore, and that bright, shiny feeling that comes with the start of a new school year has worn down like our pencils. If your child’s academic performance has taken a downturn this year, it can be stressful trying to find the best method of assistance. Or, perhaps you […]

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Yes, I Got Your Message…Now What?

Smart phones give us a million ways to get information at all hours of the day. Our local elementary school has a web page, a Facebook account, a Twitter feed, an email newsletter, and text alerts. The same goes for the pediatrician’s office, my city government, and so on. There are a lot of apps […]

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