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Design Your Space

Design Your Space

Create a niche that fits your lifestyle needs and enhances your daily work and play experience.

Be Inspired

Spend some time flipping through design books and magazines, create a Pinterest board and troll the Internet for looks that make sense to you. Get out of your head and visit home and lifestyle shops. Because 21st century work environments are highly individualized these days, chances are your own inspiration will be lifted from dozens of places, until you come up with a look that’s uniquely yours.

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Heal Out, Heal In!

Heal Out, Heal In!

What is it about summer that gets us going into carnivore mode? Certainly, the greater availability of fresh fruits is a bonus, and many of us do indulge with more than our fill of these. But this fruit gorging pales in comparison with our yearning for meat (any kind), especially when cooked on the barbecue. Just imagine it: The heavenly scent of a steak or a chop of even a humble hotdog smoldering and glistening on the grill, right above those red hot coals, the smoke wafting so invitingly on the summer wind? It’s an almost mystical urge that comes with the season, and it’s extremely difficult to resist. Then again, why should you? Barbecues are just one of the joys of the season. It would be almost criminal not to have one — or accept an invitation to one — while summer shines.

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Creating A Wall Display

Creating A Wall Display

Businesses rely on making sure customers see the products that are sold. One way that products can be displayed is by using slatwall hooks. These hooks easily go on a wall or board so that products can be hung from them. A common material for the hooks is aluminum. It’s lightweight while still giving the strength needed to hold several packages at the same time. These hooks can be adjusted on the wall depending on where they need to be placed.

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Teen Stress – A Preventable Epidemic

Teen Stress - A Preventable Epidemic

According to a survey undertaken by the American Psychological Association in 2010, almost 1/3 of teenagers and even younger children are regularly so stressed and anxious that it manifests in physical symptoms such as nausea, trembling, and sleeplessness. Even more worrying is the fact that many teens appear to have stress levels equivalent to or above those which are experienced by adults. Being a teen or a tween is a hard enough time as it is, without added stressors thrown into the mix. Why are our teens so stressed? What impact is it having on their lives? And how can we help them?

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