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By Andrea Ditter-Middleton According to the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics, American workers travel more than 400 million miles a year on long-distance business trips. If you are one of the professionals logging those extensive miles, you
Dubbed the most wonderful time of the year, the holiday season is also one of the busiest. Between shopping for the perfect presents and prepping for the ultimate holiday bash, decorating can become more of a chore than a festive activity. To help bring some life to your holiday decorating, we’ve put together several simple ideas to ensure that you feel festive from the moment you walk through your door to when you sit down at your holiday table!
Another year is winding down and that means it is time for the CORT merchandise group to develop the direction of our products for 2015. To begin the process, the merchandise group headed to North Carolina to attend the High Point Furniture Market in October to conduct research on the newest trends in home furnishings.
By Andrea Ditter-Middleton A 2013 study by Sonya Britt, assistant professor of family studies and human services and program director of personal financial planning at Kansas State University, found that fighting about money has a direct correlation