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The Five Love Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

The Five Love Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

April 16, 2021 | Business

I recently delved into the topic of love languages in the workplace, the theme of Gary Chapman’s book, “The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People.”   I explored this topic with f...

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Joining Forces Against the Wedding Crasher COVID-19

Joining Forces Against the Wedding Crasher COVID-19

April 14, 2021 | Weddings

“There could be a meteor that can be coming to Earth and people are still going to get married,” said Victoria Schultz, a harp and piano musician for Disney who was furloughed and then told that she would not be returning to her job any time soon.&n...

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Renewing Your Path to Financial Freedom

Renewing Your Path to Financial Freedom

April 12, 2021 | Money

How are your new year's resolutions going? One of the main reasons most people do not succeed in their resolutions is because they either set unrealistic goals or they don’t prioritize them. A better financial situation can only be achieved by setting rea...

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Build That Mindset Muscle

Build That Mindset Muscle

April 8, 2021 | Wellness

What’s standing in your way? Why does it seem like even with the best of intentions we just can’t seem to make goals and resolutions stick It wasn’t long after the middle of January when most had largely abandoned their New Year’s resolu...

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3 Tips for Dads to Connect with Their Kids

3 Tips for Dads to Connect with Their Kids

April 6, 2021 | Family

It’s easy to feel overcome with the repetition of the day and not realize all the opportunities to connect with our kids. Here are 3 tips for dad on how to find that connection.  #1: Pay Attention A trip to the park could mean you let the kids play a...

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Food-Inclusivity Can Be Delectable

Food-Inclusivity Can Be Delectable

March 31, 2021 | Eats

After being diagnosed with food allergies as a teen, it became my mission to make people drop the stigma that allergy friendly wasn’t delicious. It led me to get my masters in nutrition with a food allergy focus. I went on to become a registered dietitian...

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Save energy and money this spring with simple tips from FPL

Save energy and money this spring with simple tips from FPL

March 29, 2021 | Money

While spring is the season of new beginnings, it is also the season of more sunshine and as the weather heats up, spring also brings increased energy usage – especially as many of us continue to spend more time at home.   To help you save energy thi...

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Spring Clean Yourself: How to Remove Mental & Emotional Toxins

Spring Clean Yourself: How to Remove Mental & Emotional Toxins

March 29, 2021 | Wellness

Spring cleaning is upon us, when we eagerly clear our houses of clutter and dirt. It feels refreshing and free. We rediscover a love for our living space and embrace wanting to spend more time there. What if we expanded this tradition to a mental and emotional ...

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Lessons Cultivated in School Garden

Lessons Cultivated in School Garden

March 25, 2021 | Education

Mary, Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow? That’s what the 5th graders at Palm Bay Elementary are learning!   Last year, with the support of Brevard Public Schools’ Food and Nutrition Services, the background work for the school...

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True Colors Shine Through New Arts Initiative

True Colors Shine Through New Arts Initiative

March 23, 2021 | Arts

Pilot Program Showcases Essence of Knowledge Urban Bookstore Art is beautiful. Art is necessary. And by its very nature, art is diverse. Recognizing that the Space Coast is rich with creators across so many mediums, the new livestreaming show “True Colors...

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Are You Properly Reconciling Your Records?

Are You Properly Reconciling Your Records?

March 19, 2021 | Business

Many people think of bookkeeping as something just for large businesses and corporations. The reality is most basic principles of bookkeeping can apply to all levels of businesses and individuals. Let’s take for instance reconciling a bank or credit card ...

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