By Michael Harris-Arzon, The Simplistic Professional Our love of technology has given professionals, such as myself, the option of working our own way...what ever that may be. For me, it is from where ever I happen to be, at any hour of the day. There is no need to see clients face to face when... Continue Reading →
When entertaining clients, potential clients or peers it’s always best if you have a spaced that is totally you and yet say you have taste and are worth knowing. I always made sure to point out the Monet painting hanging in the hall way to visitors. Not a prominent spot, yet very important and it showed that old money was at work. When in reality we would be considered new m9ney if such things were discussed.
By Michael Harris-Arzon, The Simplistic Professional
in today’s uber competitive work place, professionals are expected to network more than ever before. Whether it’s promoting company core values via social media or face to face interactions, professionals are constantly looking for new ways and places to wine and dine.
Updating your dining and entertaining spaces at home are a great way to impress peers and potential clients alike. No matter what your personal style is, no matter what your budget is, there are a million ways to spruce up your personal space.
The best place to start is to get online and surf the internet. Online stores like Wayfair are ideal. They not only have a tremendous amount of inventory in every style imaginable, they are extremely cost effective. Another great resource is Pinterest for ideas. There are literally tens of thousands of boards dedicated to home interiors and exteriors.
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By Michael Harris-Arzon, The Simplistic Professional and Avril Arzon
Simply Kids is an exciting opportunity for kids to learn to cook from other kids, Like Me!
Besides introducing your kids to a new vegetable, this recipe is so kid friendly that kids 5-6 and up can make on their own…with adult supervision of course.
We had originally planned to start with our Simply Kids Video series, but as many know tech doesn’t always cooperate and YouTube has been challenging for our new channel. But Avril Arzon, the Co-Host of Simply kids insisted on making dinner her way. Gotta love those kids of mine.
Many of the Simply Kids recipes require canned and boxed foods for the simple fact that at the lower ages they aren’t ready for knife work, My daughter Avril, whom is 10, is still leery of using a knife. Every kid is different and you have to determine what your child’s comfort level…
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