A Year for the History Books

A Year for the History Books

It’s hard to believe it was just over a year ago (March 10, 2020) that Michigan announced its first two confirmed cases of Coronavirus.  Fast forward a year and it is hard to remember the world as we knew it before we had ever heard of Coronavirus. I do remember...
The Legacy of COVID-19

The Legacy of COVID-19

The global pandemic disrupted my life in many ways. I imagine it did the same to yours.  Fortunately, I was spared the heartbreak of losing a close friend or loved one to the virus. Although, I know many people who became quite ill and others who spent the past year...
Safe Travels

Safe Travels

This past month my husband, our six year old daughter and I flew to Florida for a vacation from the cold Michigan winter and to enjoy some two-on-one time with our older child (our twelve month old stayed behind with grandparents).  Our “requirements” for deciding...
WFH or WFA?

WFH or WFA?

By Dean Whittaker Since March I found myself along with many of you working from home (WFH). The big surprise for me and many companies and organizations were that it works and works well! There are many benefits. On the personal side, there is no commute to the...
Back to School… Sort of.

Back to School… Sort of.

By Brittany Ryzenga As summer came to an end parents across the globe had been anxiously anticipating the arrival of “Back to School 2020”, unsure of what back to school would truly mean this year amidst a global pandemic.   After months of stay at home orders,...