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Is it your New Year’s Resolution to cut back on social media? It should be.
Want to be healthy at work? Professionals share tips for avoiding donuts, remembering walking breaks and more
Did you miss the #fitatwork chat last week on Twitter? @Corpwellness and me, @MissEClare, held a chat about creating (and maintaining) a culture of wellness in the office. What followed was a bunch of healthy tips and thoughts on fitness and health at work. Check out the ideas shared.
Join @corpwellness and me, @MissEClare, for a #FitAtWork chat this Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST on Twitter. Focus: The Culture of Wellness in your Workplace. We’re going to be asking and answering questions about creating and maintaining healthy workplaces. What … Continue reading →
TheStreet highlights a report on the Top tweeters for small businesses.
Spent the morning working at the Yorktowne Hotel. I think I’ll do that more often. It’s a quiet place, free of the ruckus that comes with diners and gas stations. It was lovely sipping coffee at the OffCenter Grill while … Continue reading →
I was getting my hair cut and colored on a Saturday recently at a salon on East Market Street. It was my first visit to Xpressions Hair Studio because my stylist, Evelyn Quinones-Detter, left her former position at Regis at … Continue reading →
A friend turned me on to this Twitter account the other day. He knows I’m a business reporter. He also knows that I’m easily amused and intrigued by irrationally arrogant behavior. Take, for example, remarks like this one. And conversations … Continue reading →
I woke up to a surprising email in my inbox and segment on my favorite morning show, Good Morning America: Netflix is splitting in two, creating a new company, “Qwikster.” It’s a surprise move coming from a company that is … Continue reading →
Yesterday, my editor handed me an iPad. I know, I know. Sounds pretty cool, right? But truth be told, I found it kind of intimidating. Outside the Apple Store, I had never really used one. I don’t have an iPhone. … Continue reading →