Month: July 2020

How to Get a Job: Is Social Media Your Frenemy?

Seeking employment during a global pandemic can generate a special type of panic. People are getting laid off because their industry relies on in-person contact and the application process is rapidly evolving to keep up with all of the changes dictated by COVID-19. Without the opportunity to meet candidates in person, many employers are looking to social media to find out more. Its emphasis has never been greater! Statistics support the importance of a clean…
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Plant Based Alternatives Are Not a Fad!

Lava lamps, Fidget Spinners, Tamagotchis – fads come and go faster than all your digital pets combined. So, what about the new plant-based alternatives? Is Beyond Meat just another fad? The simple answer is NO! Vegan Benefits The growing acceptance and demand for plant-based diets was inevitable. Interest in Vegan diets and lifestyles have soared during the past decade and interest continues to grow. In addition to the traditional vegan diet, many meat conscious consumers…
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How to Be Carbon Neutral: Your Actions Count!

Calling all environmentalists, activists and anyone who wants to take some steps forward and experience progress. You don’t have to chain yourself to a tree or wear hemp underwear… You can start with these simple steps. While we think of all the ways we can change the world, let’s reflect on how we can balance our personal climate. Join us on our journey to being carbon neutral! Cut Back on Red Meat It’s no easy…
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Carbon Tax: What Investors Should Know

The concept of a carbon tax is a hot topic among economists and environmentalists. However, it’s likely to be a mystery for the rest of us! Ultimately, it combines two vital aspects of our everyday existence–the wellbeing of the ecosystem and the condition of our wallets. So here we go: Carbon taxes involve assigning a monetary value to every ton of greenhouse gas emitted by a corporation. As a result, businesses are incentivized to limit the…
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Wedding Guide: Having Your Wedding During the Coronavirus

Following suit with the rest of 2020, weddings have been suddenly interrupted by COVID-19. Unprecedented changes rattled not only thousands of ‘to-be-weds” but also the businesses of photographers, planners, venues, florists, caterers and more! To help you navigate the new uncertainties, here’s a list to assist you with adapting and re-tooling your wedding day plans and expectations: Covid-19 Travel Restrictions – Destination weddings were severely affected by pandemic travel restrictions. International travel to high COVID…
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