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Companies That Rock Employee Rewards

At a time when more people are seeking non-traditional job positions with flexible hours and remote work access, it’s not surprising that companies are working hard to honor employees in different ways. 525 more words

One Smooth Stone

3 Keys to Successful CSR in 2016

There are many different things that contribute to a memorable CSR campaign. Company creatives and strategist have sat at conference room tables for hours, discussing what will make their new initiative stand out. 576 more words

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

Despite the title of my post, as you can see I ended up sweating quite a bit Sunday in my 19.75 miler (yes the .75 is important). 599 more words


DAY 21: New Recipe to try!

Super stoked on this book by Camilla V. Saulsbury  from Power Hungry !!  Cause buying power bars or energy bars can be expensive and full of things you don’t want in your system. 328 more words

How to Eat Well on Trail

When you are spending an entire day transporting everything you need to survive up and over mountains, food becomes amplified in importance. It is no longer just three meals a day;  it is the gasoline that fuels us forward; it is a currency; it is a reward as precious as a pot of gold for a long, hard day’s work!  683 more words

AppalachianServices™ reblogged this on Appalachian Services™ and commented:

This is a subject I was going to address over the winter for new hikers starting next season, however as the saying goes, "Why re-invent the wheel?" I hope you enjoy this very informative and well written post by Mountain Crossings At Neel Gap. :)