Productivity is a big deal in the workplace. It really does not matter what field of work you are in, because productivity is an important factor no matter where. Yes, the amount and quality of sleep you get will greatly affect your daily productivity. A big problem which many people suffer from is that the mattress on which they sleep just doesn’t cut it. Well, choosing the … [Read more...] about The Right Mattress For A Productive Day
Survival requires adaptation. For businesses, the process does not aim to sharpen teeth and build up muscle but rather to increase the ability to use and capitalize on the various features of the environment. This is a lesson every business owner knows to pay attention to and it applies to non-profit organizations as well. According to the NGO Online Technology Report … [Read more...] about How Non-Profits Use Technology to Gain More Donors
Before Nicole’s* first practice as a rookie NHL pro cheerleader, she was issued a photo of Gabrielle Union from around 2010 and told that it would be her look for the season. Smooth waves that tumbled down her back, contoured cheeks, and red lips were now mandatory for every game, practice, and event she worked.Between the hair extensions she’d need for length, the … [Read more...] about Hair Checks, Jiggle Tests, & Gaslighting — Is Pro Cheerleading Worth Saving?
It’s early days with your newborn baby, the ultimate time-waster, you could spend all day staring and cuddling. But wait, what’s that noise in your ear? Oh that’s right, you have a toddler you need to love, feed, clean and play with too! Having a newborn and a toddler is a completely mind-blowing experience in every way, a once fairly easy day is blown apart … [Read more...] about 15 Things to Remember When Juggling A Toddler And A Newborn
Poet Emily Jungmin Yoon talks writing her new book and using poetry to keep forgotten history alive Emily Jungmin Yoon is a Korean Canadian poet who wrestles with history. Her debut full-length poetry collection, A Cruelty Special to Our Species, is available on September 18th and explores the history of Korean “comfort … [Read more...] about Poet Emily Jungmin Yoon talks writing her new book and using poetry to keep forgotten history alive