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3 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Trick Your Brain So You Don’t Overreact

We’ve all had those highly emotional moments where a poorly executed project, unexpected budget overage, or other pieces of bad news has gotten our heart rates skyrocketing and sent our objectivity out the door. Then, we did something we regretted. These moments of frantic and emotional reaction do not usually lead to the best results […]

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4 Reasons Leaders Need to Be Crystal Clear in the Office (and Politics)

Whether it’s in politics or the office, communicating with clarity and directness is a fundamental leadership quality that guides an organization through the best and worst of times. There’s simply no room for an effective leader to speak vaguely about important topics. If an issue or process matters to you and your business, spell it […]

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5 Reasons Why Employees Don’t Speak Up and How to Fix It

Whether you’re calling into an advice hotline or have some thoughts about how to improve processes at the office, everyone wants to be heard. In fact, one of our Core Values in my office is ‘Be Yourself and Speak Up”. We want everyone to be engaged and to know that their voice has an important […]

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House By Hoff – July 2017

April is the blogger and decorator extraordinaire behind House by Hoff. In her newly remodeled kitchen, April knew that Bamboo Blinds were the next step toward a “finished” look. The shades add texture and visual interest to her all-neutral farmhouse kitchen and the variegated bamboo ties together her light wood furniture and dark wood floors. “With all of […]

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Faith Food Family Fun – July 2017

Erin, who writes at Faith Food Family Fun, recently fulfilled her lifelong dream of living in a log cabin. They have been working to make the rough hewn 1800s home their own while preserving the historical look and feel of the cabin. One challenge was bringing more natural light into the cozy, wood filled home. With help from […]

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Busy Vs. Intense: Which One Are You?

How many times have you asked someone how they’re doing and the answer is “Busy!” As if that’s a good thing!  Well, yeah. EVERYONE is busy. But I personally think that “being busy” can be an enemy of real success, second only to “looking busy”. Who taught us that being busy (and, because of it, often […]

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From Magazines

Family Circle – April 2017

Jamie Fink is an interior designer whose style is equal parts clean, colorful, global and cozy. She is a mother of five, including 3 children adopted from Ethiopia and currently lives in Wisconsin with her family. The transformation of her family’s home has been featured on HGTV’s House Hunters, Family Circle Magazine, Apartment Therapy and Design […]

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From Business Features

5 Ways to Show Gratitude at Work

As children, one of the first life lessons we absorb is the importance of saying “thank you”. I’m experiencing this now as I watch my grandchildren grow up – it’s not only heartwarming to hear those little voices appreciate their afternoon snack, but it’s an important part of being a member of our society. But […]

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Buffalo Spree – March 2017

Blinds.com customer Ron recently moved into this gorgeous house on Lake Ontario and we featured in the local publication, Buffalo Spree. Ron was looking for a little privacy and a lot of style without sacrificing his beautiful view so decided on Blinds.com Classic Roman Shades in the color Medan Banda Sea. Whether the shades are up or down, they provide […]

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Veganizzm – September 2016

Izzy started her blog back in 2010 with the intent to educate readers on the wonders of a plant based diet.  What started out as a way to share her journey with friends and family, quickly morphed into something much bigger.  While she does use the blog to document her original recipes so she can […]

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Jaime Fink – September 2016

Jamie Fink is an interior designer and mother of five living in Wisconsin. After buying their new home the family began the process of renovating. Jamie wanted her home to translate her style and use natural elements to create texture.The Woven wood shades she used in her home created natural continuity. Her home was featured in […]

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Curbly – September 2016

Chris Gardner is a contributing writer for Curbly, a DIY design and decor blog. After moving his family to Portland and buying a home, they wanted to update their guest room so that visiting friends and family would feel welcome. They replaced mini blinds simple, elegant Roman Shades. Chris wrote about the makeover in this post Before and After: An Empty Guest Room Becomes […]

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