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Daddys Homemade Syrup Stand

Daddy’s Homemade, “Naturally, he knows best” is catching on as a locally homemade and healthier option for families Dannie is a stay at home dad who wants the kids to eat healthier, especially during breakfast. So, he started experimenting with syrups – mixing, matching, and calculating all-natural ingredients and flavors. Our daughter is the pickiest…

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Thinking Outside the Box When You Are Encouraged To Stay In One . . . Patti Prior playing Hungry Hungry Hippo prior to in room quarantine and masking requirement Life for all of us has been turned upside down.  The quarantine life has been a challenge nationally, locally and personally.  Most of us find being…

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Adapt or Die: How to Maintain Relevance Through Economic Upheaval There’s a lovely little eatery down the road from me called Willow Creek Restaurant. It maintains a charming ambiance and serves delicious American fare. (I’ve got a soft spot for their spring mushroom gnocchi.) Willow Creek — like the rest of the decimated restaurant industry —…

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4 Tips So Your Business Survives COVID-19 How do you stay afloat until this shutdown is lifted? We’ve put together some tips to help guide you in this second message on how to Survive COVID. 1. Explore all the economic resources available to businesses right now. From the U.S. Small Business Administration to your local,…

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Thoughts on Working From Home How are you doing with this “new normal?” With everything that’s been going on, many of us are adjusting to all sorts of newness with our families, schedules, and work life. I’ve worked from home a great deal over the last 20 years or so. For the most part, it’s…

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COVID-19: A “Howl-to” Have you heard it?  I have.  For the first time, a few nights back.  Doors closed, windows shut, and I’m hearing what sounds like an elk in distress. I step outside, and there it is again–but this time unmistakably human.  And then it clicks: the 8pm community “howl” to honor our brave medical professionals, first…

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Each Day a New Dawn Letting go of our need to resist the new, the different, and the
 unfamiliar — allows us to move forward incrementally —
 to eventually embrace it. — Jani McCarty   This isn’t the first time I’ve experienced an uninvited, unwanted period of reckoning. I remember another time of great upheaval…

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3 Reasons to Update Your Website During the COVID-19 Crisis Companies across the country have been making sweeping changes to the way they do business. Regardless of size or industry, the Coronavirus has affected every American and the business impacts will reach well into the future. Direct communication through your website is one of the best ways…

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Red Rocks Community College’s IDEA Lab Answers a Call for Help During COVID 19 News Release- In these uncertain times, the students, alumni, and staff in the IDEA Lab at Red Rocks Community College are providing their expertise to address the shortage of medical equipment and parts in urgent need in our community.  On Thursday,…

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10 Things To Do While Staying Safe at Home Many of you are working from home (some with kids and pets), many are feeling lost without your national sports games, local restaurants and gyms, and a lot of you are on lock-down, having cancelled your spring break travel plans. At Madison, we believe that, while…

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