Shellie Hart

5 Ways To Get Back On Track at Work

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Found this great article in Forbes for my at work friends who are experiencing ‘burnout’.  Hey, it happens to the best of us, there’s alot on our plates.  Read on. Career burnout is a chronic psychological condition characterized by exhaustion, cynicism and a lack of professional efficacy, says Christina Maslach, Ph.D., professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, ... Read More »

Check Out The Space Needle PanoCam!

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Have you checked out the Space Needle PanoCam yet?  Captures a 360 photo of our beautiful city EVERY 10 MINUTES!  It’s pretty awesome, and the first in the world to do such a thing. Read More »

Leona Lewis Visits WARM 106.9! [video]

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She’s more beautiful in person than in her photos!  And she’s just such a nice, down to earth person with a beautiful soul and gifted voice.  We all know her song ‘BLEEDING LOVE’, well she’s finally releasing a new album with a tour to follow!  All the deets (HERE). Her new single is ‘THUNDER’ from her upcoming September release ‘I ... Read More »

The 6 Secrets Of Couples Who Stick Together Forever

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Relationships can be hard work, but possible to find that forever soul-mate.  Here are some tips and in-depth how to communicate better by folks who have made it work.  Our grandparents:) 1. Recognize and embrace change 2. Fight 3. Forgive and move on Check out the other 3 and in-depth tips (HERE) Read More »

National Stop on Red Week Underway

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You’ve seen it, those who speed up to make a yellow and indeed run a red.  That split second decision to make it to work just a few minutes earlier may not be worth it. KING 5 has alerted us to a national campaign called ‘Stop on Red Week’.   This is to draw attention to the potentially deadly consequences of ... Read More »

Delete These 10 E-mail Phrases

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How many e-mails do YOU read, compose and delete in an average workday?  Over 100 billion emails are sent each day, and the average time spent reading each one is 15-20 seconds. Keep it short, especially since 65 percent of all email is opened first on a smaller mobile screen. One way to ensure your message is received–and that your ... Read More »

Seattle Launches New Emergency Alerts & Notifications System

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AlertSeattle is the official emergency notification system used by the City of Seattle to communicate with city residents during emergencies. Sign up now to receive free alerts from the City via text message, email, voice message or social media. To sign-up for AlertSeattle, click here To update your existing AlertSeattle preferences, click here to access your account Click here for ... Read More »

Come & Get It! Ice Cold Lemonade…[photos/video]

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This is the PERFECT weekend!  Temps in the 90’s, Seafair, Blue Angels…lots of thirsty friends:)  There’s nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than an ice-cold glass of lemonade, and these pint-sized entrepreneurs definitely make the most of rising temperatures. Whether you prefer lemonade that packs a sour punch or that’s lip-smacking sweet, these amazing stands will have you craving refreshments. ... Read More »

Hip Hip Hooray! New Dr. Seuss on Shelves Today!

This book cover image released by Random House shows "What Pet Should I Get," by Dr. Seuss. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP Photo/Random House

What’s that, you say? A new book out today? Why yes, it’s here! Seuss‘s first book in years. What Pet Should I Get? a recently discovered, unpublished children’s book by beloved author Dr. Seuss is being released on Tuesday, July 28. The book is believed to have been penned at some point between the late 1950s and early 1960s, according ... Read More »

Seattle’s Next Artisan Trend…Cured Meats!

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According to Foodable Web TV Network… Seattle’s thriving artisan cured meat scene brings home more than just the bacon. Charcuterie, the french style of curing, preserving, and smoking meats, includes savory mainstays like bacon, ham, and sausage, as well as pâtés, terrines, and confits.  Read more (HERE). Read More »