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Monthly Archives: January 2016

It’s National Clean Off Your Desk Day!

Clean Off Your Desk Day

It’s Clean Off Your Desk Day, so there’s no better time to (you guessed it!) clean off your desk. The second Monday of January finds us settling back into our work routines after it was all jumbled by the holidays. That doesn’t mean you have to settle into old, disorganized habits, though. Perhaps we may

Get Involved in National Cut Your Energy Costs Day

National Cut Your Energy Costs Day

National Cut Your Energy Costs Day is coming up on January 10th. Here are some ways we can do our part! A very important commemoration is just around the corner. January 10th is National Cut Your Energy Costs Day, making it a great day to look at our lives and see how we can slash our

Spotlight on Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Raise your voice to create awareness during Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. As we start the new year, we have the opportunity to think about people who deserve to be able to start a new life. January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. When people are trafficked,

Ways to (Actually) Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions!

Ways to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

Use these tips to stick to your resolutions in the New Year. Over the years, some of us have had a difficult time keeping our New Year’s resolutions, and in spite of how chagrined we may feel, we are not alone. In fact, over half of the population that make resolutions, aren’t actively able to

Today in 1892, Ellis Island Opened!

Ellis Island Opened Today in 1982

Ellis Island opened for the first time on January 1st, 1892. America is the melting pot it is today thanks, at least in part, to a little island off the shore of New Jersey. Experts estimate that as much as 40 percent of United States citizens can trace their ancestry back to Ellis Island! This