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Social Networking Checks by Employers on the Rise

Social Networking Checks by Employers on the Rise

When it comes to our careers, social networking can be a double-edged sword. We love LinkedIn for the ability to connect with hiring managers, plus having a floating resume or CV on the world’s largest professional network free of charge. But what about our social networking activities and presence on other sites? Can’t we use…

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Posted by Jake Wengroff on June 27, 2015.

Beach Party! Planning a Family-Friendly Bash

Beach Party! Planning a Family-Friendly Bash

It’s summer, and it’s time to hit the beach! From lakes to rivers, from the east coast to the west, playing, relaxing, and sitting on the beach are some of the most popular activities of summer. Whether it’s a 4th of July bash, a midsummer family reunion, or a child’s birthday party, you can create…

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Posted by Christina Belmont on June 27, 2015.

Fourth of July Entertaining Ideas

Fourth of July Entertaining Ideas

If you love getting together with friends and family – the Fourth of July is the perfect day to have a party with fun activities for both old and young alike. If you haven’t already sent out your invitations, using a free invitation maker like PurpleSlate is the perfect solution to inviting and staying in…

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Posted by Christina Belmont on June 23, 2015.

Free Invitation Maker, Photo Editor, Messenger in One Killer App

Free Invitation Maker, Photo Editor, Messenger in One Killer App

As I’ve written previously in this blog, there is no shortage of apps at our disposal for taking photos, editing or beautifying these photos, and sending short messages to our friends — often with these photos attached.  While not as popular, perhaps due to the often last-minute, informal nature of casual event planning, a free…

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Posted by Jake Wengroff on June 21, 2015.

July 4 wasn’t the original US Independence day

July 4 wasn’t the original US Independence day

July 4, 1776 was the day we declared our independence from Great Britain — and the day we now know as the mid-summer holiday of July 4. Or was it? In 1870, almost one hundred years after the Declaration of Independence was written, the United States Congress first declared July 4 to be a national…

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Posted by Jake Wengroff on June 17, 2015.

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