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Introducing #ADPFF

By Stephanie South, Program Associate, AASCU

It’s Friday, and here at ADP, we feel about Fridays the way we feel about the Constitution, the 4th of July, and a student registering to vote for the first time–gleeful!

So in the Twitter universe it’s Follow Friday (#FF), but at ADP it’s Fun Friday (#ADPFF). And with some regularity, note the some, we are going to start attempting to make your Fridays better by sharing highlights from the week or something that is stimulating our brains or making us smile.

We hope you enjoy the first #ADPFF post, and we invite you to use this hashtag on Twitter to a) submit something that you think should be on our #ADPFF post for the following week, or b) tell us what is making your Friday awesome.

Today, this is my list:

  1. Kid President is back…and in the Oval Office (you can watch his new video here, and if you missed his pep talk, you can find it here)! He got to meet President Obama this week and asked him what both kids and adults can do to change the world.
  2. I have been known, on occasion, to rather enjoy shopping, and a recent purchase is putting most of my other accessories to shame at the moment:

    American Flag Inifinity Scarf

    My American Flag Infinity Scarf

  3. And this quote is resonating with me today: “On the whole, tho’ I never arrived at the Perfection I had been so ambitious of obtaining, but fell far short of it, yet as I was, by the Endeavor, a better and a happier Man than I otherwise should have been if I had not attempted it.” — Benjamin Franklin
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