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Simply Good: Observing LGBT Pride and Caribbean American Heritage Month

For well over a decade, June has been home to both LGBT Pride Month and Caribbean American Heritage Month. The Los Angeles Pride Parade celebrates its 50th anniversary this year – at a point in history that couldn’t be more timely. The parade has always taken place in June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots of […]

Simply Good: When Things Are Neither Good Nor Simple

How do we begin? To be honest, I can’t even wrap my head around the tragic death of George Floyd, let alone the events unfolding in its wake over the past week. Maybe, like me, many of you are feeling angry, discouraged, or even hopeless. Two weeks ago, we were unified in the battle against […]

Simply Good: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Edition

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, which gives us the opportunity to pay tribute to generations of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who have helped shape our nation’s history. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Unite our Nation by Empowering Equality,” a somewhat timely message, as the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has made ‘unity’ the mantra of […]

Simply Good: Celebrate Diversity and Autism Awareness

I love the month of April, which is known as Celebrate Diversity Month. As you may know, honoring diversity is kind of my thing, so when there’s an entire month focused on celebrating diversity, I want to dance in the street. April also gives us the opportunity to participate in Autism Awareness Month. Neurodiversity is […]

Simply Good: Women’s History Edition

This year marks the 33rd celebration of Women’s History Month in the United States. What started out as a day of observance in 1911 eventually became a week-long celebration in 1982. Today, countries all over the world spend 31 days each spring acknowledging the vital importance of women in history. Is it possible to fit […]

Simply Good: Black History Edition

This February commemorates the United States’ 44th celebration of Black History Month. When President Gerald Ford first established its observance in 1976, he encouraged Americans to, “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” With that same spirit, we want to seize this […]

Simply Good: Holiday Edition

It’s hard to believe that 2019 is already coming to a close. At Rework Work™️ we are grateful for the opportunities we’ve had to connect and work with people around the world this year. Whether through leadership conferences and workshops or our virtual learning courses, we are thankful for every chance we’ve been given to […]

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