Author Archives: Rebekah Bibee

Life Has to Be More Than Working the 9 to 5. Until Then…Holiday Break

Life Has to Be More Than Working the 9 to 5. Until Then…Holiday Break

When you have happy employees, you have happy customers, and you have a better and happy business. And you know what makes employees happy? Not working on their respective holidays. And let me be crystal clear: I don’t just mean federal holidays. I mean your employees that observe non-christian, international, and holidays-you-may-think-are-obscure-but-actually-aren’t also need holiday time […]

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Our Top 10 Favorite Sexual Health Blogs

Our Top 10 Favorite Sexual Health Blogs

We have selected these ten blogs from our own go-tos and real-life googling, as well as the top ten lists from Health Line, Plush Care, Medical News Today, and The STD Project. Sexual Health Matters: SHM is a not-for-profit organization composed of physicians, researchers, physician assistants, and nurses. They tackle everything from painful intercourse for women to why sex […]

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Art Isn’t Important

Art Isn’t Important

Before you start painting your protest signs and dusting off your megaphones, hear me out. There’s a quote from Anne Klein that says, “Clothes aren’t going to change the world. The women who wear them will.” Similarly, art won’t change the world. The artists/people who believe it can will change the world. Yes, I believe art is […]

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Trends to Be Aware of When Marketing Your Ties to Social Responsibility

Trends to Be Aware of When Marketing Your Ties to Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR is defined as “a self-regulating business model that helps a company be socially accountable — to itself, its stakeholders, and the public. By practicing corporate social responsibility, also called corporate citizenship, companies can be conscious of the kind of impact they are having on all aspects of society including economic, social, […]

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Burn Out 101

Burn Out 101

Today was rough. The work wasn’t more difficult, but my strength and patience to deal with it, was just not there. Tbh, it’s been like this for a couple months now. I’m burned out. What is burnout? According to Psychology Today, burnout is a state of chronic stress that leads to: Physical and emotional exhaustion including chronic […]

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