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Archive for November 2016

Downtown Revitalization – Des Moines

Downtown Revitalization – Des Moines 1

The capital of Iowa has long had a reputation as one of the least hip, least interesting and least dynamic cities in the Western world, a dull insurance town set amid the unending corn fields of flyover country, a place Minneapolis looks down on and the young and ambitious flee as soon as they graduate.

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Outlook Tips to Save Time

Outlook Tips to Save Time 2

Millions of people use Microsoft Outlook to manage their email and calendar, at work and at home. It’s a useful tool but the truth is that few of us really know how to make the most of its features. Learning a few simple tricks can save you time and help you work more efficiently at work and home. These tips are geared towards Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013.

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Catching Up on Retirement Income

Catching Up on Retirement Income 3

Among workers age 55 or higher and getting closer to retirement, close to 50% have saved less than $100,000, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Approximately a third has less than $25,000 put away for retirement.

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Turkey Talk

Turkey Talk 4

It’s time to start thinking about the holiday bird and what you put with it. Here’s a cranberry-wine twist for the bird, sweet potatoes with a lemon zest and a cranberry-pecan cobbler to jazz up the traditional pies.

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Inner Peace for Improved Productivity

Inner Peace for Improved Productivity 5

It’s difficult to stay productive when your brain is buzzing. You have so many ideas and thoughts in your head that it’s tough to focus on your to do list. But you don’t have to let the mental noise ruin your productivity. You can quiet your brain by doing a few simple things, returning to work with focus and clarity.

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