62016Apr
Should Cursive Handwriting Still Be Taught in Schools?

Should Cursive Handwriting Still Be Taught in Schools?

Reading, writing, and arithmetic: these were the foundation of what you learned growing up in school. One of the “Three R’s” is missing from many school curriculums today. Out of the 43 states that currently follow Common Core educational standards, only seven of them include cursive handwriting in their curriculums. Cursive handwriting lessons are being…

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182016Mar
Save The Jungle… Go Eco-Friendly!

Save The Jungle… Go Eco-Friendly!

When spring rolls around, we’re often thinking about sneezing cause of pollen ways to help save the environment. Since we’re all about the jungle (and considering we have a gorilla as our mascot,) let’s talk about one of our most valuable resources: the rainforest. According to The Nature Conservancy, 50 percent of the world’s plants…

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82016Mar
The Origins of St. Patrick’s Day

The Origins of St. Patrick’s Day

From New York City, to San Francisco, and everywhere in between, St. Patrick’s Day is a popular holiday all across America. Whether you have great grandparents who descended here from Ireland, or just “pretend” to be Irish throughout the month of March, this holiday has a surprising and unknown history. Here are some of the…

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202015Dec
Stay Healthy in Your Office

Stay Healthy in Your Office

What does staying healthy mean to you? For some, it might mean avoiding the flu. Others might interpret staying healthy as getting enough exercise and eating right. According to the CDC, one out of ten people are considered to be in fair or poor health. Use some of the tips below to lower your chance…

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142015Dec
Enter to Win a Keurig!

Enter to Win a Keurig!

Perhaps you need to delegate more, learn a new business skill, or manage on the job stress better? There’s no better time than now to reflect on the past year and plan what you hope to achieve in the upcoming one. What’s your new year work resolution? Sign up for our email list then leave…

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