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Resort Closing Dates

The skiing has been REALLY good. So good, we don't want this season to end. But all good things must come to an end. Here are closing dates for Utah's 15 resorts for the 2019-20 season. 2019-20 Closing Dates (All dates are tentative and subject to change) - Alta closes its 7 days/week operations after skiing on Sunday, April 19, 2020. Alta will reopen for a bonus weekend Friday-Sunday, April 24 - 26, 2020.  - TBD  - April 12, 2020 - April 19, 2020 - TBD - April 12, 2020 - A...
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The BEST Organizing Steps to Follow For an Organized Home

My organizing PROCESS has been around for a long time and many of you already know how helpful it is. However I haven’t written a dedicated post about it in years and my newer readers might not know about it at all. These seven organizing steps are a game changer if you are looking to organize your home. They lay out the exact order you need to take to organize any space effectively. I created the PROCESS acronym to keep you from getting ahead of yourself when organizing. Believe me, it’s so e...
Tags: Crafts, Simplicity, Don, Motivation-Encouragement, The Organizing PROCESS


Florida lawsuit: Don't count Bernie Sanders' primary votes, he's 'clearly not a Democrat'

A lawsuit challenging Bernie Sanders asserts there is no basis in Florida law for an independent candidate to run in the Democratic primary.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Florida lawsuit: Don't count Bernie Sanders' primary votes, he's 'clearly not a Democrat'

A lawsuit challenging Bernie Sanders asserts there is no basis in Florida law for an independent candidate to run in the Democratic primary.
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The rise of Marc Benioff, the bombastic owner of Time Magazine who just became Salesforce's sole CEO, has an $8 billion fortune, and owns a 5-acre compound in Hawaii (CRM)

Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block is stepping down, leaving Marc Benioff as the cloud software giant's sole chief executive. Benioff worked at Oracle for 13 years before leaving the company to work on Salesforce full time. Benioff has a net worth of $7.85 billion, Bloomberg estimates. Benioff got his first job at a jewelry store to save up for his first computer, but he was eventually fired for cleaning the floors with the wrong soap. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Marc Benio...
Tags: Apple, Japan, Steve Jobs, India, Global, US, America, San Francisco, Trends, Georgia, Bloomberg, Indiana, Hawaii, House Of Representatives, Larry Ellison, Sydney


Iranian women's rights activist: 'Don't wait for anyone to hand you your rights'

She may just have won the Geneva Summit 2020 International Women's Prize but Iranian activist Shaparak Shajarizadeh says she can't feel happiness anymore -- not while her friends and other women's rights activists remain imprisoned in Iran.
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Kid’s Holiday Pajamas as low as $3.11 (Reg.$12.99) at Target!

  Nice deal this week only at Target! Get Kid’s Christmas Pajamas as low as $3.11 after Target Circle offer (Reg.$12.99) Just One You made by Carter’s holiday pajamas are on clearance as low as $3.89. Apply the 20% off Target Circle offer to bring them down to $3.11. Wow! Don’t forget to save an... Read More Read more about Kid’s Holiday Pajamas as low as $3.11 (Reg.$12.99) at Target!
Tags: Deals, Coupons, Target, Online Deals, Carter, Don, Kids Apparel, Target Circle


How tech workers can power through fear and retaliation to form a union, from the people who banded together to form Kickstarter's union

Lead organizers from Kickstarter United, the country's first white-collar tech union, shared their biggest takeaways from the process of forming a union. Grace Reckers, an organizer with the Office and Professional Employees International Union who helped Kickstarter employees unionize, advised tech employees to start small, simply by talking to your fellow employees. After getting a group together, shop around to find the right local union chapter. She also warned that the company will likely...
Tags: Google, Taylor Swift, California, US, Trends, Kickstarter, Nlrb, Don, TWC, Mike Bloomberg, Taylor Moore, US National Labor Relations Board, Tech Workers Coalition, Oriana Leckert, Kickstarter United, OPEIU


Free Deals This Week at All Your Favorite Stores

Free Coupon Deals 2/25/20 – Here is your list of Free Coupon Deals for the week.  Find out the latest free coupon deals at CVS, Rite Aid, Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Dollar General, Family Dollar, Dollar Tree & more! Don’t need the item? Consider donating it.  You can check out the  Couponing for a Cause Donation... Read More Read more about Free Deals This Week at All Your Favorite Stores
Tags: Deals, Freebies, Trending, Don, Free Groceries, CVS Rite Aid Target Walmart Walgreens


Giants' Billy Hamilton meets Willie Mays, calls it 'dream come true'

Three of the new Giants coaches walked down a clubhouse hallway over the weekend and stopped in their tracks as they approached an old Don and Charlie's booth that has been tucked in under a staircase. The Giants have so many newcomers who have not yet met Mays, and many of them have been looking forward to getting their chance for months. At the top of that list was Billy Hamilton, who also is a speedy center fielder.
Tags: News, San Francisco Giants, Willie Mays, Giants, Don, Charlie, Mays, Billy Hamilton


Puracy Natural Baby Shampoo & Body Wash – 16oz $9.09 (Reg.$12.99) at Target

  Nice baby deal this week only at Target! Get this Puracy Natural Baby Shampoo & Body Wash – 16oz for only $9.09 (Reg.$12.99) when you save the 30% off Target Circle offer. Don’t forget to save an extra 5% with your RedCard! Free in store pickup or free 2-day shipping with $35 orders Description: “Best... Read More Read more about Puracy Natural Baby Shampoo & Body Wash – 16oz $9.09 (Reg.$12.99) at Target
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A Travel Guide to Bacalar, Mexico’s Lake of Seven Colors

If you’re looking to experience the brightest, clearest, most shimmering body of water of your life, I have some advice: travel to Bacalar, Mexico. I spent two months living in the city of Mérida, Mexico. Mérida is a great place to live for so many reasons, but perhaps the #1 reason is because there are so many cool places within a few hours’ drive. And so a big group of friends and I decided to plan a weekend trip to Bacalar. I knew we’d have a great time. But I had no idea just how spect...
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22 Secrets to Hiring the Right Virtual Assistant

There are mundane activities in every business. These are tasks that take time and energy but frankly are better handled by someone else so you can focus on your company’s core business. “Most business owners know that they need to spend their time on high-value tasks such as business development and creating a great culture. And many business owners know that getting an assistant can free up their time from things that they should not be doing” explains Robert Levin, co-founder of Work Better ...
Tags: Facebook, Employment, Sales, Malaysia, Va, Don, Levin, Ostroff, Robert Levin, Work Better Now, Pick a Communications Channel


'What is an Amazon Smart Plug?': Everything you need to know about Amazon's outlet that lets you turn devices on with your voice

The Amazon Smart Plug is an outlet that you can plug into the existing outlets in your home.  Any device that you plug into an Amazon Smart Plug can be turned on and off using the Alexa app on your smartphone or tablet. The Alexa app allows you to set timers and routines for all of the Smart Plugs in your home, and lets you control your devices remotely and with your voice. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Remember the Clapper? Clap once, your lights turned on. Clap again, ...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Don, Clapper, Amazon Alexa, Amazon Related, Amazon Smart Plug, Amazon The Amazon Smart Plug


‘Don’t You Think You Ought to Check?’: Sen. Kennedy Demands DHS Chief Provide ‘Straight Answers’ on Coronavirus Spread

Senator John Kennedy on Tuesday demanded answers from acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf regarding the likely extent of the domestic coronavirus outbreak, saying the American people deserve "straight answers" about the deadly virus.During a hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security, Kennedy asked Wolf how many cases of people infected with the coronavirus the U.S. anticipates having."You're head of Homeland Security, and your job is to keep us safe. Do ...
Tags: News, Cdc, China, Dhs, Homeland Security, Louisiana, Republican, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Kennedy, Wolf, Don, John Kennedy, Jeanne Shaheen, Chad Wolf, Sen Kennedy Demands DHS


AS HEARD ON – The Jim Polito Show – WTAG 580 AM: Passwords, Data Collection, Big Tech and more

Welcome! Good morning, everybody. I was on with Mr. Jim Polito this morning and we discussed Passwords, huge databases, data collection by Big Tech and our schools, COPPA  and Google. So, here we go with Mr. Polito. For more tech tips, news, and updates visit – CraigPeterson.com —  Automated Machine Generated Transcript: Craig Now we’ve got the New Mexico Attorney General, who I’m sure will be joined by other attorneys general to file suit on this. We’ve got this children’s online Privacy Protec...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Podcast, Microsoft, America, Sem, Fbi, Macbook, Canada, New Mexico, Worcester, Craig, Don, Jim, Craig Peterson


Day 7

  A New Sense of personal achievement. There are 3 bedrooms in this house. One large one and 2 very small ones.  One has my studio tables and a window you need to stand up to look out of.  And then a smaller room with the same sort of window. I envision it to be a guest room if we need one. This room, below.  Just about big enough for a bed.  And some bigger cloth. The Small Room. With more wall space than floor space. Reserved for Deeper Cloth. Less has been said about these cloths. But t...
Tags: Home, Crafts, Scale, Walls, Online Classes, Don, Becoming more or less, Measuring, Large Cloth, Considering/reconsidering, Patchwork(mostly In Perspective


Semantically link entities to your content with Yoast SEO

Search engines love entities. Entities can be people, places, things, concepts, or ideas and they will often appear in the Knowledge Graph. Lots of search terms can be an entity, but specific search terms can also have different meanings and thus, be different entities. Take [Mars] for example; are you talking about the planet entity or the candy bar entity? The context you give these entities in your content determines how search engines see and file your content. Find out how to link entities ...
Tags: Google, Toronto, Seo, Mars, Keyword Research, Content Seo, Don, YOAST, Yoast SEO, LSI, Yoast SEO Premium, SEO Copywriting, Rei Kashino


8 photos that show how different Apple stores looked when they first opened — and how they've changed (AAPL)

The first Apple retail stores opened their doors in May 2001.  The first stores had a mix of furniture, hawked deals on third-party products, and had dedicated Genius Bars where people could go for tech support. Since then, Apple had made the stores look sleeker and more modern and the Genius Bar has become a thing of the past. When the stores opened in 2001, Tim Cook was Apple's senior vice president of operations — these days, he's CEO. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Ba...
Tags: Apple, California, Washington Post, Steve Jobs, America, Trends, Bloomberg, Glendale, Tim Cook, Jony Ive, Don, McLean Virginia, Angela Ahrendts, Glendale California, Glendale Galleria, Tysons Corner


What to expect during the interview process at Edelman, the largest PR firm in the world

Worldwide PR firm Edelman sees more than 4,200 job applications per month in its US offices alone, so its hiring process is highly competitive. Edelman recruiters said because the agency doesn't ask for cover letters, it values the interview process as its primary way to get to know candidates. Recruiters spoke with Business Insider about common questions they ask in interviews, including practical scenarios and examples of failures as well as success. Click here for more BI Prime articles. P...
Tags: US, Trends, Edelman, Don, Keefe, Segal, Keeffe, Amy Segal Edelman, Maria O Keeffe Edelman


Breaking Down the Influences Behind BTS’ New Album Map of the Soul: 7

“Black Swan,” BTS’ first single off their new album Map of the Soul: 7, was released in January with a hypnotizing, dance-heavy music video. That’s typical of the seven-member K-pop supergroup, known these days for breaking streaming records and mobilizing a global fanbase that goes by the name of ARMY. But this video was different: instead of starring the sleek moves of RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, Jung Kook, Jin and V, it featured a European dance troupe. A few weeks later, British s...
Tags: Music, News, Taylor Swift, Uncategorized, Brooklyn, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Sia, Drake, Antony Gormley, Halsey, Don, Bieber, Gormley, Suga, Luis Fonsi


Don't be overly concerned with NFL Combine numbers

This week top prospects will converge on Indianapolis for the NFL Combine.  While it's entertaining, what's learned there can be misleading. For years, teams have often placed too much emphasis on the information that is collected at t
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Why Is Everyone Tuning Me Out? Six Ways To Be Heard At Work

by Joseph McCormack, author of “Noise: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus“ You’re full of great ideas; you just know it! So why do your contributions at work frequently go unnoticed by colleagues, clients, and bosses? You speak up — or maybe share your ideas in emails — but it feels like people tune you out. How can you start getting heard at work? Part of the problem is the workplace is so inundated with what he calls “noise”— text alerts, rambling emails, endless meetings, social media ...
Tags: Startups, Workplace Culture, Joe, Don, McCormack, Business Communications, Communication Skills, Professionalisms, Joseph McCormack


18 Easy Steps for Planning Your Next Trip

Updated: 02/24/20 | February 24th, 2020 I remember when I started planning my first trip around the world. I had no idea what I was doing. When I decided to quit my job and travel the world, I walked into a bookstore and bought Lonely Planet’s Southeast Asia on Shoestring. Buying that guidebook was my first step toward long-term travel. It made the trip seem more real, more tangilbe. It made it all seem possible. While helpful, the book didn’t exactly prepare me for planning a trip around the ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Asia, Europe, UK, Travel Planning, Greece, Berlin, Southeast Asia, US, Colombia, Thailand, Travel Inspiration, Hawaii, Paris


The Rimfire Report: Don’t Dry Fire Your Rimfire! Truth or Myth?

Welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report. In this ongoing series, we discuss everything and anything related to rimfire firearms! This week I’d like to address a bit of “fudd lore”. We’ve probably all heard it at one point or another either from our dads, uncles or perhaps even from the guy across the […] Read More … The post The Rimfire Report: Don’t Dry Fire Your Rimfire! Truth or Myth? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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Ducks Didn’t Lose the Kase Trade

Friday morning, the Anaheim Ducks announced that they had traded Ondrej Kase to the Boston Bruins in return for David Backes, defensive prospect Axel Andersson and a first-round pick. Some Ducks fans and media reacted negatively to the news, while the Bruins contingent were mostly happy. This is such a bad trade off. Essentially Backes got the Ducks a 1st then Kase only got the Ducks a bottom of the roster defenseman. Just wow. https://t.co/eMal24UvnK— Jake Rudolph (@ReindeerGames91) Febru...
Tags: Usa, Boston, Toronto, Sport, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Ducks, Calgary, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa, Murray, Boston Bruins, Andersson, Don


Opalhouse Velvet & Satin Bed Rest Pillow $13.50 (Reg.$18) at Target

  Nice deal today at Target! Get this Opalhouse Velvet & Satin Bed Rest Pillow for only $13.50 (Reg.$18) Don’t forget to save an extra 5% with your RedCard! Free in store pickup or free 2-day shipping with $35 orders Description: Give your bedroom a touch of luxurious glamour with this Velvet & Satin Bed... Read More Read more about Opalhouse Velvet & Satin Bed Rest Pillow $13.50 (Reg.$18) at Target
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Don't be fooled by what decreasing flu activity means

A flu patient places a cold compress on his forehead. So far, 29 million million people in the U.S. have experienced flu illnesses. (AP Photo/David Goldman) The 2019-20 flu season is beginning its predicted decline as the second wave of flu activity decreases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, because of this year's unusually high level of flu activity, the end of this season is still more active than even the highest peak of last year's diffi...
Tags: Florida, Science, Cdc, United States, University Of Virginia, Accuweather, Don, Lewis, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, David Goldman, Peter Palese, Bryan Lewis, DirecTV Frontier, Biocomplexity Institute, Nevada Delaware Arizona Alaska Idaho


A look at the demanding schedule of Elon Musk, who plans his day in 5-minute slots, constantly multitasks, and avoids phone calls

Elon Musk is so busy running both Tesla and SpaceX that he schedules his day out into five-minute slots. Musk finds time to sleep six hours a night, despite working between 85 to 100 hours each week. The billionaire finds time to spend with his five children during the workweek, but said in 2013 that he still checks his email when he is with them. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Elon Musk is one busy guy. The billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX generally spends a full work...
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Rare Rides: The 1989 Mitsubishi Precis – Discount Badge Games

Don’t let the title fool you — what we’ve got here is not a Mitsubishi at all, but rather a Hyundai. The late Eighties were confusing times at Mitsubishi, and deals with other OEMs were made left and right. Today’s Precis is an Excel by any other name. Hyundai followed up the successful rear-drive Pony […] The post Rare Rides: The 1989 Mitsubishi Precis – Discount Badge Games appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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