Live Well, Work Well: Daylight Savings Time & Health Awareness
Daylight Saving Time and Your Health Most of the United States shifts between standard and daylight saving time (DST) each year in an effort to “save” natural light. Clocks will get set one hour back on Sunday, Nov. 6, when the DST period ends. Although you may be excited about gaining another hour in your… Continue reading Live Well, Work Well: Daylight Savings Time & Health Awareness
Live Well, Work Well: How to Recession-Proof Your Life
Many Americans and economists think rising inflation issues, interest rates and housing costs may be warning signs of a looming recession. According to a Bankrate poll, nearly 7 in 10 Americans are worried about the possibility of a recession before the end of next year. Unfortunately, many Americans don’t feel prepared for an economic downturn.… Continue reading Live Well, Work Well: How to Recession-Proof Your Life
Safety Corner: Distracted Driving
Distracted driving can happen in an instant with the snap of an Instagram notification, or a BeReal post. It can also appear as rolling hills with beautiful scenery that causes a driver’s attention to linger just seconds too long. Even endearing moments like peeking in the backseat to check on passengers can end up with… Continue reading Safety Corner: Distracted Driving
October Photo Contest Winner
Susan Rader sent in the photo shown here and won $50 bucks for it. We had great pictures to pick from for October! Thanks to all who submitted their photos for consideration. Keep those entries for this month’s photo contest coming in for a chance to win the next $50.00 prize!
Culture Corner: Playing to Your Strengths
What are you good at? Time management, organization, creating, decision making, influencing others? Too often we focus more on the things we cannot do versus the things we can and when we do, we miss out. When we give our attention and effort to the things we do well, we play to our natural abilities… Continue reading Culture Corner: Playing to Your Strengths
Necessity Or Luxury: Why Farmers Need Broadband
According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, with the help of broadband internet, farmers are predicted to generate $18 billion to $23 billion annually. However, most of rural America lacks access to broadband. Farmers without broadband rely on poor internet connections to track thousands of data points that ultimately affect their success.