With Black Friday just a couple days away and the holiday season already in full bloom as I hear Christmas music in the stores and holiday decoration galore, it’s a good time to think about your budget. Yep, I’m sure it’s all of our goals not to go into debt...Read More »
It really is common sense – a little appreciation goes a long way. Even if it’s just a simple “thank you.” In today’s world of fast-paced, fancy-dancy technology, with our heads down in our phones constantly…we have become too complacent and have conveniently forgotten some good old-fashioned manners like letting...Read More »
For the past few months, I have been in a funk. I have had many life changes, some good, some pretty darn awful, and some that just take some time to get adjusted to. I have been beating myself up – trying to force myself out of the funk as...Read More »
It’s amazing how much technology is out there and just waiting to be found. Anyone use either of these two nifty apps?
PDFpen Scan+ with OCR
Use your iPhone or iPad to scan and OCR multi-page documents to create searchable PDFs. Scan directly with your iPhone or iPad camera.
Sick of the...Read More »
I met Andrew Epperson of Lieberman Technologies via social media – a LinkedIn group specifically for my new hometown called Evansville Linked. I happened to read one of his blog – talking about technology in such a way that even I, a not-too-tech-savvy individual, could understand. Since that...Read More »
At the end of September, I passed the five year mark of owning my own business. I remember when I started my business, the statistics said by year five, 90-95% of businesses would fail. Well, it seems that statistic has changed a bit to more like just over half, but...Read More »
Back in May, I wrote a blog about what I called the appreciation protocol. It pretty much said if you really want to show appreciation for someone, don’t let your first instinct be to put it on social media. The thing is, many people stop at...Read More »