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Teece Aronin

Teece Aronin is a writer and career coach. She works with individuals from all walks of life, including people with disabilities and career changers. Contact her at teecearonin8@gmail.com, and read her blog, Chipped Demitasse, at chippeddemitasse.blogspot.com.

Articles by Teece Aronin


Technology Maintains Accountability on Projects, Remote Employees

With the new norm of remote work, employees seemed to get scattered to the winds. That doesn’t mean they aren’t busy working, but more companies are using em…

Picking a Lane: What Will Office Life Look Like?

With remote and hybrid work arrangements, workspaces can be almost anywhere, so companies are plotting their courses for how best to move forward. It coul…

State Sees Hope in Economic Rebound Efforts

While there are concerns that Michigan’s economy will be indefinitely impacted by COVID-19 via online sales that dig into brick-and-mortar store revenue, vac…

Two Local Businesses Evolve During the Pandemic

The pandemic presented many businesses with a blunt and painful decision: adapt or perish. However, some of the changes organizations implemented proved to b…

Jackson Opens First Dog Park

The city of Jackson has gone to the dogs — finally. After a handful of weeks on construction, the city opened its first dog park. Making use of the existi…

Michigan Strengthens Role in Mobile Technology, Electrification

More attention is being placed on Michigan’s role as a world leader in mobile technology and electrification — as well as that role’s link to expanding econo…

It’s all Tangs and Biscuits at the Lansing Shuffleboard and Social Club

Tang and biscuits might sound like a menu item the astronauts could select on NASA’s Mercury and Gemini flights, but they’re actually items you’ll be able to…

I-94 Interchange Concept Begins in Jackson

The multi-year modernization plan for the Interstate 94 corridor in Jackson County is still underway, the highlight of which is the creation of a diverging-d…

Lansing’s Two-Way Street Conversion Continues

Lansing is bucking the old idiom “You can’t have it both ways.” The city is in the midst of converting a number of downtown one-way streets into two-way t…

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