Just when you finally get accustomed to Daylight Saving Time, the changing seasons threaten to throw you off your game—if you even know what game is being played.
Brain fog in the office Tuesday could be attributed to Monday’s late NCAA basketball championship game, if you still had a team in it. Maybe now productivity at work will increase.
Then it’s on to NCAA football—or at least the April 15 OSU Spring Game, complete with pregame and halftime shows by the OSU Athletic Band—an open-enrollment version of the famed Marching Band; sort of a TBDBITL-lite.
Not to mention it’s still hockey season and now soccer season has begun. Go Columbus Blue Jackets! Go Columbus Crew SC! Major League Baseball season is also underway, which means the Clippers can’t be far behind. They start on the road Thursday, with the first home game April 13.
You can bat cleanup with a couple of new Tide Dry Cleaners in the area and maybe even win a year of free dry cleaning during Saturday’s 50th store opening festivities.
An addition to the local pizza lineup is a third MOD Pizza in northeast Columbus, joining Gahanna and Polaris sites. The franchise features custom-made personal-size pizzas. Franchisee Scott Womack, president of Womack Restaurants, plans additions later this year on Sawmill Road and in Pickerington.
Is becoming a franchisee your pathway to being a free agent? Attend a US Small Business Administration “Be Your Own Boss” seminar April 20 in Grove City for help to get off the bench and into the game with your small business concept.
Whatever business you pursue, hit it out of the park by offering equal pay for women. The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio has scheduled a full week of conversations about the importance of closing the wage gap. Here’s a stat that’s overdue for improvement: women in Ohio are paid just 75 cents for every dollar paid to men, prompting the National Partnership for Women & Families to cry foul on an annual wage gap of $12,686.