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I’ve always worked hard to keep a clean email in box, both at work and at home. But lately, that task seems almost impossible. At home, I’ve got countless emails from teachers, family check ins, and an increase in email marketing as retailers try to increase online sales. And as we work from home, those...
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Earlier this week, SIGIS members received a letter detailing changes to FSA, HSA and HRA product eligibility, resulting from the recently signed CARES act. In recent years, OTC medications have required a prescription to be eligible for purchase with a benefit card. The CARES act reverts product eligibility criteria  to an earlier model. This means...
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In recent years, online streaming services like Netflix and Hulu have redefined the way many people consume entertainment. We’ve said goodbye to commercials every 8 minutes and no longer have to wait until next week to find out how the most recent cliffhanger resolves itself. But what does it really mean to consume the products...
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  T’was the week before Christmas, and all through the halls Everything was stirring, and RMS staff were bouncing off the walls. The break room was stocked with cookies and sweets, Including macarons with jalapeno jam that really brought the heat. The phones were still ringing, just not quite as much, Bringing end of year...
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  I’ve got a full calendar for the last few weeks of December. Dinners with friends, a trip to the zoo for the annual light festival, picking up traveling family members from the airport, and of course some extra time to bake some holiday sweets. All the usual things that make this time of year...
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If you were given a 1000 piece puzzle, how long would it take you to put it together? What about if you were given no idea what image you are supposed to have at the end? How much longer would the task take? Would you even be able to finish? It’s much easier to achieve...
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  Last month, my kids joined a wrestling team. After breaking up skirmishes in the living room on a daily basis, we decided that if they were going to wrestle with each other anyway, they might as well learn how to do it properly. After the first few weeks of uncertainty, they’re getting into the...
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  Halloween may be filled with spooky costumes, scary movies and haunted houses, but to me, Halloween doesn’t have anything on the Holiday Season. Maybe that’s partly because Halloween is immediately followed by weeks of my children having way too much fun enjoying the spoils of trick-or-treating. But mostly, it’s probably because the end of...
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