The 5 Smartest Ways to Maximize Your Conference Budget
Has your corporate travel budget been cut AGAIN? If so, you are not alone. Often times the first thing to go in a budget is travel. While some trips could be seen as leisurely meetings, for many people they are a way to get valuable, required training hours, meet with client, get new business, and […]
5 Smarter Ways to Cut Your Printing Budget
Are you looking for ways to cut your printing budget? Take a look at these 5 smarter ways to save on printing costs. Plan ahead. You can always save money when buying in bulk. Planning ahead 6 months allows you to place 2 big orders per year which can save as much as 50% on […]
PSA – SNOW in Montgomery AL
We are sorry to interrupt this week’s blog series on how to stretch a dollar but this message is very important! IT IS SNOWING IN MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA! Yes, it is a big deal. Around here we just don’t get to experience this very often. Of course I wouldn’t have interrupted our blog series without something […]
7 Smart Ways to Save on College Textbooks
Last fall I sent my first born off to college. I had heard horror stories about the cost of textbooks. Admittedly I was a little nervous about that expense since it can vary so much depending on your schedule. When it comes to textbooks, don’t be afraid to shop around. I was surprised to hear […]
The Value of a Dollar – Blog Series
Ain’t what it used to be! Can I get an “AMEN!”? When crunching numbers, whether referring to your personal finances or shrinking budgets in the workplace, getting the most value for a buck is no easy task. Join us this week as we cover how to make a tight budget work for you. We will […]
Webinar with NUTN – Measuring What Matters
Join us for the first webinar of the year on Wed., Feb. 19th at 1:00 pm CST, sponsored by NUTN – Measuring What Matters –The Role of Non-Cognitive Factors in Student Success. It is FREE and we’d love for you to join us! Register today! Are you measuring what matters about your students? What if faculty […]
Martin Luther King Jr. on Faith
My oldest son is a freshman in college. So far, I think he’s changed his major 3 times. Yes that’s right. In the past 5 months, he’s decided to be a police officer, flight attendant, international business man, neurosurgeon, and FBI agent. I’ve told him to just focus on the core subjects for now :). […]
Cheating with Your Bare Legs
Should we require full length pants as part of the dress code? You be the judge.
Cheating with a Water Bottle
Thirsty anyone? What’s the harm with a little H2O while taking a test?
Cheating with Your Bare Hands
I guess the only thing required here is a fine tip Sharpie, and a healthy fingernail!