Entries by Eliot

Policies for a Healthy Workplace

Tax season–a high anxiety time for anyone–is especially stressful for accounting firms. Moss, Krusick & Associates, a Winter Park accounting firm, fights back with an arsenal of stress-reducing tactics, including a review of its Audit Tax Season Survival Guide. The guide includes a variety of reminders of healthy ways to cope, such as getting enough sleep and exercise and keeping lines of communication open.

Leading a Community to Health

When Bruce Mount was elected Mayor of the Town of Eatonville he expected lots of paperwork to cross his desk. What he didn’t expect was the steady flow of funeral notices requiring his signature. There were two or three notices a week, for young and old.

Food Packs for Hungry Kids

The road to good health for some—young and old—is peppered with seemingly insurmountable obstacles like hunger. But programs offered by local organizations such as the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida (SHFB) are going a long way to level the playing field and insure a healthier community for all.

People Taking Action

At the end of each school day, carpool lines can stretch out like a trail of ants inching toward a tasty picnic. That is what Maitland and Winter Park moms Michelle Sartor, Jody Lazar and Jeanie Redmon saw at Dommerich Elementary and Maitland Middle schools some six years ago. And that’s what got them thinking.