This is a fitness product review of the Epitomie Fitness PowerSkip Jump Rope. I’d never really jumped rope before, but just before the beginning of the year (and shortly after being released to full activity following a hernia surgery), I decided to learn. After all, who doesn’t want a body like a boxer’s?
Looking for Strategic Partnerships for Skiing Baby Project
This post first appeared on a LinkedIn ski professionals group pages and then on Awesome Travel Guides. Thought it should also be posted here directly on Ava Kalea’s site so that her friends, family and fans will all know what she is up to.
Ava Kalea was a year old on 9/7/17 and we are looking forward to getting her on the snow this coming season. She received her first pair of skis for her first birthday and has been watching lots of YouTube videos of other babies skiing.
Considering spending a full month (or more) in Salt Lake City to ski at Park City or some of the other local resorts. Figuring 30 days on the snow will do her (and her parents) well.
Could potentially get Epic, Mountain Collective, or MAX passes and do some traveling – possibly having our baby ski in every resort on a pass …
We will be filming the entire process and progress – and posting daily on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. This a really great opportunity for ski and travel partners to get the word out about how great they are for family skiing and snowboarding.
Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on how to hook up some partnerships and/or the best way(s) to get Ava Kalea up to speed?
Shopping isn’t always as easy as it should be. When was the last time you needed to pick up something from the store but didn’t have the time to make the trip? Or you went to the store only to realize they didn’t have the brand you wanted? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get what you want, however you want, from the stores where you already shop? We launched Google Express and shopping on the Google Assistant to do just that: make it faster and easier for you to shop your stores like Costco, Target and now Walmart.
We’re entering an exciting partnership with Walmart to bring
by Sridhar Ramaswamy, Senior Vice President of Ads & Commerce at Google
Shopping isn’t always as easy as it should be. When was the last time you needed to pick up something from the store but didn’t have the time to make the trip? Or you went to the store only to realize they didn’t have the brand you wanted? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get what you want, however you want, from the stores where you already shop? We launched Google Express and shopping on the Google Assistant to do just that: make it faster and easier for you to shop your stores like Costco, Target and now Walmart.Continue reading “Costco, Target and Walmart Partner with Google to Go to War Against Amazon”
The theme for this year’s Design & Develop Challenge, “Smarter L.A. 2060,” will focus on what life will be like in Los Angeles if it were to host the 2060 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. Leading automotive, transportation, mobility, technology, architecture and design companies are being asked to truly think about the future and develop a smart transportation/mobility plan that will showcase how 20 million citizens, volunteers, athletes, dignitatires and visitors will get around the city.Continue reading “Automobility LA Announces Theme for Microsoft’s 2017 Design & Developer Challenge”
San Diego’s Bridgepoint Education has won the 2017 Communitas Award for Leadership in Community Service and Corporate Social Responsibility. This category is the most comprehensive of the Communitas Awards categories, as nominees must demonstrate a holistic effort to help the community rather than one specific initiative or project. The award recognizes Bridgepoint’s charitable activities from June 2016 through June 2017.
The Communitas Awards is an international effort that acknowledges organizations and individuals that give their resources selflessly and are changing the way they conduct business to benefit their communities. The program is part of
Ashford University’s Leader Development Grant (LDG) is designed to assist Ashford’s corporate partners in offering education options that can help them develop and retain their employees. The LDG program, when combined with a partner company’s tuition assistance program, allows eligible students to earn their degree without student loan debt. Students who are eligible for the grant will have their educational costs covered by their employer, in addition to tuition for all eligible courses, course materials, technology fees, prior learning assessment fees, and graduation fees paid for.Continue reading “Ashford University’s Leader Development Grant (LDG) Program Proves Great Success”
Bellevue LifeSpring recently announced an expansion and continuation of a 70-year legacy with Kemper Development Company (KDC) with the grand opening of its new flagship store concept on the third floor of Bellevue Square. The new space houses both its administrative offices and the newly designed and named shop, Thrift Culture (formerly the Bellevue LifeSpring Thrift Shop).
Bellevue LifeSpring’s thrift shop has been an institution at The Bellevue Collection since Kemper Freeman, Sr. became involved with the organization in 1947 and founded a legacy that would span more than 70 years and three generations. He guaranteed the shop rent on Kemper Development property for only $1 a year so that this critical Bellevue organization can raise funds by selling high-quality new and gently-used merchandise. Continue reading “Bellevue LifeSpring Opens New Flagship Store Concept; Moves Offices to Bellevue Square”