A Shortbread Cookie for Everyone!
Who doesn’t love a good shortbread cookie? They are certainly a versatile and tasty treat. I make shortbread cookies every year and my family screams for more. The holidays are fast approaching and you might want to try something fun, festive and full of flavor. (more)
Strength Training is For Everyone!!
As we age, we lose muscle mass. It starts declining sometime during our 30s and continues throughout the remainder of our lives. (more)
Positivity During the Pandemic: Thoughts from MDT Staff and Clients
Since MDT and some of our clients have been working from home since March, we thought it would be interesting to get the perspective on what positive experiences or insights have come out of being at home. (more)
Golfing During a Pandemic is Still Better…
The pandemic has turned all kinds of things upside down, and it has certainly taken its shot at golf! But those of us who steadily have tees in our pockets know that it’s going to take more than a worldwide crisis to keep us off the course! (more)
Video Chatting in the Time of Coronavirus
With most of America being told at this time to stay home and avoid unnecessary interactions to try and control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, families and friends across the nation are trying to figure out ways to communicate and stay connected to help ease the potential feelings of isolation brought on by these orders. (more)
Cooking with the Daysens!
With temporary travel restrictions in place to help keep both our clients’ and Member Driven Technologies’ staff safe and healthy (paired with social distancing), I’ve found myself spending more time at home in the evenings focusing on one of my favorite pastimes: cooking and baking. (more)
Burn Out Burnout
Our jobs are a big part of our lives. Monday through Friday, we see the people with whom we work more than our own family members, and we spend hours a week on the road getting to and from the office. The hours are long, the tasks are endless, and as soon as one project is about to come to a close, another pops up. (more)
Becoming a Cyber-Senior
My Mom’s courage to embrace change since my Dad’s passing has been awe-inspiring. While living alone, and particularly after her stroke, she found her isolation very frustrating and unacceptable. And while she didn’t know the difference between a PIN code and a password, she accepted the challenge of finding out with determination and grace. (more)
Let’s talk about how MDT promotes wellness in the workplace and how it benefits the employees, the organization, and all of our clients and partners. How does this benefit anyone beyond the direct employee, you ask? (more)
Stop – Take Five and Prioritize
Each of us has had an overwhelming day, week, or month where we just don’t know where to begin! Where should we start?? STOP and take five minutes to prioritize. (more)