Break time: Summer Daycations for Everyone

June 27th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | 1 Comment »

Summer has only just officially begun, but even in the coldest parts of the country, it’s starting to feel a bit more tropical. Everyone is starting to feel that summer vacation urge, a yearning for sunshine and no email. But that just isn’t possible for many of us. Folks like Jason Hartman can spare a […]

Negotiating Conflict in the Virtual Workplace

June 23rd, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Negotiating Conflict in the Virtual Workplace

When there’s trouble in the workplace, employees and bosses alike experience a lack of satisfaction in their work life. Negotiating these conflicts can be extremely difficult for a variety of reasons. For those in an international workplace or managing a company remotely, conflict can be especially challenging. No matter your situation, there are some basic […]

Who Nose? California Chrome’s Nasal Gear

June 20th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | 1 Comment »

We don’t know about you guys, but Jason Hartman’s team has been eagerly watching California Chrome attempt to take the Triple Crown. The horse is fun to watch, and we’ve been doing just that from our various locations around the country. But we’ve noticed some flair on Chrome’s nose that has us wondering—what’s that all […]

The Expat’s Guide to Communicating Remotely

June 11th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on The Expat’s Guide to Communicating Remotely

If you’re a seasoned expat or just embarking on a life of travel and adventure, you’re going to want to communicate with the outside world. Sometimes you’re going to feel lonely and disconnected and you’ll want to easily be in touch with friends and family in other parts of the world. Technology makes all of […]

HGTV’s Smart Home is Pretty Smart

June 6th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | 2 Comments »

It’s hard to impress us in this age of technology, but HGTV has done it! If you’re looking to win a pretty swanky house, here it is—a look into the future. HGTV’s 2014 Smart House giveaway is located in Nashville and features a ton of cool technologies for the luxury lifestyle. From the outside, the […]

One Day in Portland

June 4th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on One Day in Portland

If you’re looking for a vacation spot that offers a little bit of nature, a little bit of city, and a lot of charm, Portland is your city! Located in the beautiful northwest, this Oregon hotspot has a big city feel with the safety, space, and accessibility of a much smaller town. Portland is great […]

The Changing Face of Privacy on Facebook

June 2nd, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on The Changing Face of Privacy on Facebook

It seems like every time you log on to Facebook for business or personal use, something has changed. Minor changes to the interface, major changes to the privacy rules, and so on. Social media is constantly in flux, which can be a frustrating experience for anyone—particularly if you use Facebook for professional reasons. People like […]

Tax Tips for Your Business

October 5th, 2013 by The JetSetter Team | 2 Comments »

It’s October now, which means roughly seven months until tax season. Though we’re closer to last year’s tax day than 2014’s, it still looms ominously ahead, the scary IRS an undeniable presence for business owners everywhere. To make sure that you’re preparing (even now) for big, bad tax day, take these suggestions from Jason Hartman […]

Make a Difference: The Kasbah du Toubkal

October 7th, 2012 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on Make a Difference: The Kasbah du Toubkal

The Kasbah du Toubkal is one of those places. Located in the Atlas Mountains in Marrakesh, Morocco, this luxurious hideaway offers views of Mt. Toubkal (the highest peak in North Africa) and is a great escape for those who are environmentally conscious. Rather than settling for a cookie-cutter hotel room when staying in Morocco, choose […]

Zadar, Croatia: Where History Meets Today

September 15th, 2012 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on Zadar, Croatia: Where History Meets Today

back in time, while still offering modern comforts and exciting activities. The area also touts some of the most stunning scenery, with rushing waterfalls dropping into clear lakes, which reflect the majestic mountains and lush forests. Just off the coastline are deserted islands to explore, but the city’s architectural sites are the main attraction. Zadar […]