Human Trafficking

President Biden proclaimed January as “National Human Trafficking Prevention Month,” reaffirming his administration’s commitment to protect and empower survivors of all forms of human trafficking, prosecute traffickers, and bring an end to human trafficking in the United States and around the world. 

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Holiday Brain: How Can I Avoid It?

Three hundred sixty-five days, 12 months, 52 weeks, and 525,600 minutes in a year, and at some point, in that time frame, the trees have lost their leaves, the temperature is dropping, you’re hearing Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” blasting everywhere you go, greens, reds, mistletoes, etc. Is it any more evident that the holiday season is upon us? The ever-so-deafening rush of people running down stores to get last-minute gifts or ingredients for their homes. Maybe the last gasp of releasing you need to organize your home before guests arrive, there it is, the holiday brain has been activated. It’s true, but what is that? No worries, continue reading as I share with you how our brain functions during the holiday season and some ways you can tackle the end-of-the-year spirit and ring in new energy into 2023.

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Resources for the Holidays

The holidays are just around the corner, meaning it’s time to apply for resources. Whether you or one of your customers is interested in receiving a thanksgiving meal, holiday food box, and even toys for children, the resources below will provide information about upcoming holiday events.

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Your Pockets Will Thank You Later

Holiday spending can get out of hand quickly, with some people going into debt just from buying gifts. People will blame companies for tugging at their hearts using marketing campaigns, and others might blame inflation, but both are inevitable. There will always be millions of dollars spent on holiday marketing, and inflation will always be a factor. Proper planning and discipline are always options. Here are some more tips for saving money this holiday season.

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