Three Ways To Make Everyone Feel More Unified At Your Corporate Retreat

Posted on: 8 February 2017

Holding a corporate retreat is a great way to help everyone within your company feel more unified. If you plan the retreat appropriately, your employees will get to know one another on a more personal level and will come home feeling like more of a team. Here are some strategies to help encourage team building and a feeling of unity throughout the event. Order matching graphic tees. When everyone wears the same shirt, they start to feel like a part of a larger organization.
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Rock Your Curves: 4 Must-Haves for Your Full-Figured Fall Wardrobe

Posted on: 22 September 2016

With the fall quickly approaching, you may be setting out pumpkins and stocking up on Halloween candy. While these are great tasks to get your home ready for the season, you should also be preparing your wardrobe for the cooler temperatures. Unfortunately, many full-figured women do not place much emphasis on their wardrobe, wearing only bulky sweaters and hoodies that hide their bodies. If you belong to the half of American women who wear a size 14 or higher, it is important to understand your wardrobe does not have to consist of oversized blouses, sweaters, and dresses.
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How To Choose Your Swim Suit's Style And Fabric For Your Body Type And Skin Tone

Posted on: 14 March 2016

Selecting a swimsuit does not need to be stressful, as long as you follow a few simple guidelines to find the right one. Here are some tips to help you choose the right type of fabric for your swimsuit based on your skin, then choose the right style and cut of suit for your body shape. Choosing Swimsuit Fabric Based on Your Skin Tone Light Skin Tone If your skin is fair and burns easily, you may want to choose a long-sleeved swim shirt, also called a rash guard.
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The Small Teaching Budget: Ways to Make Music Programs Work When Money Is Tight

Posted on: 14 September 2015

If you're a choir or band teacher, you know one of the biggest obstacles you face when planning your yearly curriculum is the budget. Instruments, repairs, and trips to concerts and competitions bring in staggering costs that eat up a lot of your budget (if not all of it). So, when it comes to the smaller things, you need to find a way to cut down on classroom costs. One the ways teachers do this is by having students pay for some costs themselves—but this is not always an option for low-income families who still want to benefit from a music program.
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