Use Power Strips

Did you know that many appliances when turned off, but still plugged in, are still using energy? The most common appliances to keep pulling, even when powered off, are; gaming systems, DVR’s, televisions, and audio equipment. Basic rule of thumb, if it has a...

Weekly Policy Bits for week of April 11, 2016

Policy Bits ~ 3 Things to Know & Watch This Week April 11 –17, 2016 ~ Karly Malpiede Andrus   The Cost of Child Care is Wildly Expensive; in CO it Outpaces the Cost of College According to a new study by the Economic Policy Institute child care is widely...

5 Ways to Promote Your Shared Space

  Once you post your available spaces on our website, we will help get the word out via our monthly New Listing Newsletter and our Facebook page.  But there are several things you can do to increase visibility and get connected with potential users for your space. ...

Weekly Policy Bits for week of April 4, 2016

Policy Bits ~ 3 Things to Know & Watch This Week April 4 –10, 2016 ~ Karly Malpiede Andrus   The Story Behind the Biggest Wedge Issue At the Capitol This Year Originally a vehicle to get hospitals some payment for uninsured patents that needed care, the hospital...

Objectives, Relationships, and Ruptures in the Workplace

Conflict and disagreement is a part of any and all relationships.  Interpersonal ruptures in the workplace can arise from conflicting goals, disparate work styles, personal values, personalities, and sometimes, simply out of sheer exhaustion.   The key is to realize...