5 Tips to Time Management

Everyone in non-profit ministry work understands the importance of using time well.  We have dozens of daily responsibilities and hundreds of tasks to accomplish during the course of each week.  We try to prioritize and save the less important tasks for later, but eventually even the less important tasks need to be completed. Eventually everything […]

Updated: Registration Software

The previous Registration Software post was very popular, and resulted in some additional great options being sent my way.  So I’ve updated the previous article to include these additions.  Hopefully, you will find an option that suits your needs.  Once again, shoot an e-mail to forthecampwhisperer@gmail.com if you would like more information or assistance. One […]

10 ways to use chalkboard and whiteboard paint

Okay, if you don’t know what chalkboard paint and whiteboard paint are, you really need to.  They are awesome.  And available pretty easily.  Walmart even carries chalkboard paint.  They have a ton of great uses, and are pretty cheap as well.  Here are a few ways camps can use them to be more effective.  One […]

Website Options: Responsive Design, HTML 5, Mobile Sites,…BAH!

It is probably safe to say that very, VERY few camping professionals got into their positions with the hopes of spending a good portion of their time updating social media and websites. We are in our jobs for different reasons.  Like kids.  And families.  And leadership potential.  And making memories.  And nature.  And a whole […]

Productivity: Office Space

For the next few weeks, the topic is going to be productivity.  Your staff works hard, you work hard, and you want to have something to show for all that work in the end.  The topics covered in this Productivity series will help your hard work yield even greater results. Today’s productivity tip has to […]

The Beauty of FIFO

Anyone working in food service knows what FIFO stands for: First In First Out The process is quite simple; the foods that are brought into the kitchen first need to be moved into the front and newer products are placed in the back.  This ensures that food is always as fresh as possible and resources […]

Newsletters

Newsletters are something every campsite has to deal with, and for good reason.  They are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to distribute information about your campsite to potential donors and clients.  But creating newsletters can be time consuming, especially if the person in charge of writing them is not the creative type.  Newsletters […]