Today, Instagram announced a new resource for marketers and news organizations alike, The Instagram for Business blog. Their goal is to create a place where corporate Instagram users can access tips, tools and other resources for creating really great content–and, of course, to encourage more engagement.
Who wants to feel like everything they consume is “marketed” to them? We don’t. That’s why at FAVES + CO., we share news and information we believe others want to know. That is the fundamental starting point for creating great content. Creating with passion, with integrity and with purpose can change everything.
Forty-eight percent of Americans report they suffer from insomnia occasionally. And lack of sleep due to insomnia may be linked to illness, like heart disease. That’s only one of many sleep disorders and that doesn’t account for plain, old, poor sleep habits. According to WebMD, “chronic sleep deprivation, for whatever reason, significantly affects your health, performance, safety, and pocketbook.”
In our online lives today, we have limitless access to information, megaphones to broadcast our thoughts to the world, and the ability to reach and be reached 24 hours a day. This abundance of communication has introduced all sorts of new complications. The same is true for our offline lives. There are so many studies that show that when we get rid of clutter, be it physical clutter or emotional clutter, we feel happier, lighter, and more focused.
It’s no surprise that if one’s job allows, working from home is a giant work perk. There’s nothing like the thrill of getting to just work and avoid interruptions. Work productivity junkies know this feeling well, but the FAVES + CO. team thinks bringing a little “home” to work can boost work satisfaction.
The average family has five internet-enabled devices at home. While parents are gaining ground monitoring their children’s online behavior, kids have internet access almost 24/7/365 thanks to smartphones and tablets. How are you keeping your family and kids safe online?
Can too much technology be a bad thing? If you feel like you’re a slave to technology, then attempting some balance may be a good step for you. Here are 12 recommendations from FAVES + CO. founder Sarah Evans: