January 31 is Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. According to MommyPoppins, there are all kinds of ways — and reasons — to celebrate. “Whether it’s written, painted, sculpted, or performed, art helps us feel, communicate, and make sense of life. Visit a local art gallery, take in a musical performance, or have an at-home poetry slam. Let children experiment with water colors, write a song, put on a dance show, or decorate a driveway with chalk art. Today is about celebrating creativity and the power of self-expression.”
So, you love us. How do we know? Well, G2 Crowd, the world’s leading business software review platform, just released the Winter 2017 Web Conferencing Usability Index report. This report helps businesses identify the most usable web conferencing products. Based on more than 3,660 reviews written by business professionals, FreeConferenceCall.com received the highest overall usability score, with an impressive 9.3 out of 10. It just doesn’t get much more usable than that.
The Snow Day. That elusive yet highly anticipated break from responsibility — for kids, who will trade sledding and hot chocolate for any school day. Working adults, however, have to keep trudging. On top of that injustice, being snowed in often translates into logistical challenges: what to do for childcare for the kids (those fortunate souls), how to get into the office and how to avoid falling behind. Because while your city comes to a standstill, the rest of the world keeps moving. No matter what level the winter storm warning, here are a few pointers on weathering the weather and staying connected.
With the new year underway, resolutions are in full swing. “Every year business owners say they aim to replace the old with the new. This is the year to do it! In 2017 [small businesses] should resolve to better their facilities, including buying new equipment, hiring new entry level and management staff and nurturing their business for the better,” explained Lior Rachmany, CEO and Founder of Dumbo Moving + Storage, to Business News Daily.
2016 has been quite a year, with highs, lows and more shock value than anyone anticipated. With all that’s happened, most of us feel like a holiday is long overdue — but let’s do one thing before we leave. Let’s make it a point to embrace a global perspective on who we are and where we’re going.