At this time of year “resolution” is synonymous with “change”. We wish to lose weight, increase our exercise regime or improve our skills. For me, resolution is such a funny word as it’s mostly been a reference to the quality of images and output for printing. That said, even I make plans every year for the things I would like to focus on in the coming year. The most important issue for me in 2015 is twofold. First, I want to ensure that I am effectively communicating with creative professionals in order to inspire and educate.
Community Health Charities Encourages Employers to Focus on Prevention & Early Detection
Washington, DC, January 6, 2015 /3BL Media/ - On average, nearly 50% of Americans will make a New Year’s resolution. Many of these resolutions will focus on health. Community Health Charities is encouraging employers to help their employees keep their health resolutions in 2015 by focusing on early detection and prevention.