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How to Enjoy the Best Wine Tour in Long Island

Posted on: April 3rd, 2018
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You don’t need to know everything about the vineyards and wineries in Long Island. All you need to know are the basic details so you can plan an amazing tour. The checklist is brief but the information you obtain has to be factual. Slight changes in times and mapping an unsuitable route may severely jeopardize […]


Why Lack of Sleep is Ruining Your Productivity and What to do About It

Posted on: March 27th, 2018
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So, you’re used to burning the candle at both ends when it comes to your work – staying up late to finish those important last-minute tasks and rising early to get a head start on what the day has in store. Sleep is for people who aren’t as busy as you, right?! Here’s why you […]


Your Guide to a Fantastic Easter in Long Island

Posted on: March 20th, 2018

Usher in your Easter celebrations this year with a delicious breakfast in Long Island. A holiday brunch is incomplete without waffles, fresh baked pastries, eggs Benedict or special omelets, chocolate fountains or a full traditional breakfast. You may want to begin your day with an Easter Bunny brunch or breakfast. You may instead opt for […]


How to Plan the Perfect Corporate Retreat in Long Island

Posted on: March 13th, 2018
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There is no dearth of interesting and resourceful venues for a corporate retreat across Long Island. The secret to finding the perfect place lies in ascertaining the quintessential needs of the specific event. Not every corporate retreat has the same objective. While most business retreats will focus on team building and serve as a motivational […]


Things to Do in Long Island on St. Patrick’s Day

Posted on: March 6th, 2018
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Where are you planning to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Long Island this year? Attending a St. Patrick’s Day Parade is almost customary if you wish to tap your feet to the rhythms of the bagpipe bands, marvel at the fascinating floats and revel alongside innumerable fellow marchers. Quite a few noteworthy parades will grace […]


How to Plan a Corporate Event That’s Sure to Impress

Posted on: February 27th, 2018
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Organizing great corporate events that will really make your business stand out from the pack is undoubtedly stressful, but the benefits can be enormous. This doesn’t mean your events have to be overly elaborate, but with some carefully considered forethought and planning you can make a lasting positive impression on your clients. Try applying our […]


5 Tips for Planning Your Perfect Business Transportation

Posted on: February 20th, 2018
business transportation

Whether you are a seasoned traveler or a complete newbie, you’ll know that good planning is one of the keys to smooth business travel, and the same goes for your transportation. But what are the essentials to consider before you go ahead with a booking? We give our insider info on the things to look […]


How to Turn Your Business Idea into Reality

Posted on: February 13th, 2018
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So you’ve had that flash of inspiration and you’re ready to turn your dream business into reality – but where should you start? Overcoming this challenge can be enough to put many would-be entrepreneurs off before they’ve even begun, but follow our few simple tips and you will start to see your business taking shape […]


Best Romantic Retreats in Long Island this Valentine’s Day

Posted on: February 6th, 2018
valentine's day

What better way to celebrate this Valentine’s day with your love than a romantic getaway in Long Island. We have narrowed down the best hotels on offer so you can spend some quality time enjoying an idyllic retreat with your better half this February 14th. Oheka Castle This French chateau-inspired property was built in the […]


How to Change Careers – and Succeed

Posted on: January 30th, 2018

Just because you’ve been working in the same industry for many years doesn’t mean you’re stuck forever if you find yourself unfulfilled with a desire to move on to something completely new. The old theory of a ‘job for life’ is no longer the standard for which employees strive, and many employers are now actively […]