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4 Areas You Can Outsource As A Blogger

As a blogger, you often get fooled into thinking that you have to complete all tasks and run solely on your own, whereas you are probably more likely to reach success if you outsource some areas of your business. You are a business at the end of the day! Just because you may have the advantage of being able to make a last-minute press trip or have a day off as and when needed doesn't make you any less of a business. Outsourcing can be a brilliant tool to help you have the time you need to grow to even more success. 

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Small Business Management Tips

The traditional system of annual performance reviews is no longer the best option for the modern workplace. Teams and leaders now understand the value of collaboration on all levels instead of solely relying on top-down communication. Small businesses of all kinds need to analyze their approach to performance management and adapt their culture to current expectations.

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Oak Wine Bar & Cocktail Is Now Open For Lunch

I recently had the opportunity to visit @oakwineandcocktail for the first time to try out their new lunch menu and my experience was incredible. For your own good, if you work anywhere near Oak Wine Bar and Cocktail, grab a plate of their curried goat. Words can’t do the food justice. You can choose to dine in or bring your lunch back to the office.

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Guest Post: How To Break The Busy Work Cycle & Embrace Doing Nothing

In this day and age, it’s easy to get stuck into the work cycle. The rat race draws us in, and at some point, we’re not working to live — we’re living to work. Our relationships with our partner, friends, or children get damaged, and we become a husk of our former selves.

But there is joy and value in breaking that cycle and spending time on yourself. Read on to learn how to snap out of it and enjoy the simple pleasure of doing nothing.

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Road to 30

I just turned 30 years old a couple of days ago and let me just say at first I didn't take it so well. All my life I've been making plans, creating goals & working towards them so that by 30 I would be able to look back and say I've done a good job.   A month prior to my birthday I started to evaluate my life and realized half the things I said I would have done before 30 was not done and as you can imagine, it had me in a funk. I felt like I had been wasting time, time that I would never get back. Can you relate?   

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SUNDAYS ARE NOT JUST FOR BRUNCHING: KINGSTON CREATIVE ARTWALK

If you're looking for something fun to do on a Sunday, can I recommend visiting one of Kingston Creative’s Art Walk? I recently went with the Love Not Likes crew and was pleasantly surprised. Starting at 11:00am and extending throughout the day, this free monthly art event features art in various formats from murals to art galleries, music, dance, food, vendors and more. All this goes down every last sunday at F&B Downtown, 107 Harbour Street.

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