Printable Crafts for All Types of People

Posted Thursday, September 4th, 2014 by .

Whether you are an expert crafter or still getting used to safety scissors, these printable crafts are a great way to spark some imagination on a cool, fall weekend. They are easy, enticing and fun. Gather a group of friends to ensure an even better time enjoying your weekend!


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Office Design Trends: Improved Collaboration, Unplugged, and Outdoors

Posted Thursday, August 28th, 2014 by .

With laptops changing over to tablets and cell phones replacing all landlines, the way we work is changing too. Office floor plans and designs need to keep up with the current flow of today’s workers. Check out what trends are helping companies run at the peak of their productivity and how you can adapt these trends to your work place.

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Office Productivity Improvements from the Top Down

Posted Thursday, August 21st, 2014 by .

Listen up managers, employers or any others who have people working under you. Does your office productivity level have room for improvement? The answer is probably yes. There is almost always room for improvement in office productivity. Now, did you realize that your employees are not solely responsible for work productivity? You probably do, or you wouldn’t be in a position of leadership to begin with. Take a minute to look at a few of these tips to help improve your workplace from the top down. Setting a good example is important, but there is far more to it than that.

To Do List

Your To Do List Never Ends

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Incredible 3D Printing Advancements

Posted Thursday, August 14th, 2014 by .

We’ve previously talked about the amazing feats that 3D printing are close to bringing our every day lives. Every week, there’s a new frontier breached by the technology that’s benefiting lives in ways that we (and probably you) didn’t think would be possible. One day, this blog post will be printed in 3D (probably not). Check out advances in 3D printing that are impacting military aircraft, food, and outer space!


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Technology News Round-Up: Unused Apps, iPhone Rumors, Font Identifying

Posted Thursday, August 7th, 2014 by .

It’s been a busy summer for the tech industry so far. While you might be soaking up the sun, catching up on the latest season of Game of Thrones, or finally reading that novel you’ve been putting off, we’ve been keeping an eye on several trends that will could help you day-to-day. This month, we take a look at unused apps, the latest in iPhone news about the next version, and how to identify fonts by hovering your mouse. Read more after the cut.

The Graveyard of Apps

The Graveyard of Apps

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Printable Crafts for Endless Summer Memories

Posted Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by .

School supplies are already on sale, and summertime hours are winding down, but there are still more days to fill. Whether your kids can’t wait for school to start, or are cramming in as many summer activities as they can, there are ideas here for everyone. Stay cool inside with coloring pages or fun, printable worksheets, or grab a glass of lemonade and get outside to play. But before you do, get a boost of inspiration here!

For Summer Time Only

What could be more refreshing this time of year than a cold glass of lemonade? A few printable stickers and posters can make putting up a lemonade stand easier and more inviting to potential customers. There are several designs and lemonade recipes to choose from. Summer camp is now in session, too! Check out these ideas to send a camp care package to kids who are missing mom and dad this time of year.

Try something a little different this year to help pass long afternoon hours. Invite the neighborhood kids to a backyard photo booth. Provide dress-up clothes, as well as these free, printable props. Your kids will all wish summer would last a little bit longer.

When it’s Too Hot Outside

The final days of summer mean getting dusty wheels turning in little heads and getting back into a routine. But learning doesn’t have to be boring. Your kids may just need a jump-start. Get out the colors and print a few of these coloring pages and activity sheets. Summer themes and scenes will make them want to sit down for an afternoon of creative fun and learning.

Record summer memories, make a list of all that you and your family need to cram in before cool days are upon us, or set a schedule to live out the full potential of each remaining day. Just don’t let TV time take over what is left of this summer. Limit your family’s time in front of the television with this printable schedule. Get your kids involved and let them share in the responsibility of maximizing the hours that remain this summer.

Simple, Colorful Office Designs to Inspire You

Posted Thursday, July 24th, 2014 by .

Do you take pride in your corner cubicle or are you always wishing you had a bigger, better workspace? Dreaming has its place, but why wait for a promotion to happen for an office you enjoy? Create a space that suites you, makes you comfortable and inspires you to work right where you are. We’ve gathered a few ideas here and hope you will have fun checking them out.


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Colorful, Relaxing DIY Summer Fun

Posted Thursday, July 17th, 2014 by .

Summertime means longer days and hours you want to spend outdoors enjoying yourself. Whether that means working in the garden, playing yard games or enjoying time with friends and family, here are a few ideas to fill those days. Get the kids involved to help them pass the time while also having fun.


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Boost Your Productivity

Posted Thursday, July 10th, 2014 by .

If you are reading this on a Monday coming off of a fabulous and long weekend, then taking a moment to consider office productivity may be the best way to ease back in to the work week gracefully.

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New Developments in 3D Printing: Blood, Drawing, and T-Rex Bones

Posted Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 by .

3D printing is always pushing to new horizons. Whether it’s in the field of medicine, technical gadgets or interactive learning, 3D printing is about creating improvements for our lives or recreating experiences as you will soon read about. Check out some of the newest developments.

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