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How to write an apology letter to customers

How to write an apology letter to customers

No matter how hardworking or responsible of an employee you are, everyone makes mistakes. It’s not the mistake you make that will have an impact on your career, it’s how you come back from that error.

How to manage conflicts with co-workers

How to manage conflicts with co-workers

Just like collaboration, problem solving and compromise, conflict is a part of the workplace.

Tips for designing your own business cards

Tips for designing your own business cards

Business cards are essential for any industry, as they give your customers a way to contact you when they are in need of your product or service.

Going green is easier than you think

Going green is easier than you think

Helping out the environment starts by making small changes.

Your playbook for the perfect Super Bowl party menu

Your playbook for the perfect Super Bowl party menu

Even if you don’t care whatsoever about who wins the Super Bowl, this sporting event is still a great opportunity to gather with friends and enjoy a lot of delicious food.

6 facts you never knew about fonts

6 facts you never knew about fonts

I was surprised to find these fun facts about typography that can help you better utilize font in cards and letters.

So what do you write in a wedding card?

So what do you write in a wedding card?

No matter what gift you get, it’s appropriate to attach a congratulations card to the present expressing your well wishes.

Spring cleaning … at work

Spring cleaning … at work

It’s almost time to get out the brooms, vacuum, dusters and disinfectants for spring cleaning. Tidying up shouldn’t solely apply to your home, however.

Baby shower etiquette 101

Baby shower etiquette 101

Whether it’s your first or your fifth, having a child is a milestone that calls for celebration with your closest friends and family.

3 unique winter party ideas

3 unique winter party ideas

The holidays usually come with several parties themed around Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s. But just because those special events pass doesn’t mean you can’t still have friends and family over to your home for a wintry get-together.

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