How to Celebrate Thanksgiving in The Office

Turkey, stuffing, and pie, oh my! Celebrating Thanksgiving is a wonderful way to express our gratitude for all of the things that we have, and to gobble deliciousness until the inevitable food coma strikes. We often celebrate this glorious day with our closest friends and families, but let’s not forget about the other people that […]

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How to Deal with Low Employee Morale in The Office

You can offer your employees the most thorough training, all the best resources, and a comfortable cubicle, but if morale is low in the office, productivity can still crash to a grinding halt. No matter the cause, a dip in morale is something that should be addressed right away before it spreads through the whole […]

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Tips for Staying Awake and Productive After Daylight Savings Time

It turns out, losing an hour of sleep and adjusting to an hour earlier schedule is really, really hard for some people, including New Yorkers. The loss of an hour can cause people to struggle with getting going in the morning, being productive at work or school, and adjusting to schedules and changing routines.  The […]

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Eco-Urgency and What We Are Doing About It

“Reduce, reuse, recycle” is not a new phrase.  The 3 Rs became part of our national consciousness in the 1970s. And we had our first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. In the 1970s being conscious about sustainability–and acting on that consciousness–used to be optional. More and more, as global citizens, we are realizing we […]

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A Look at Brooklyn Coffee Culture

Coffee is one of the quintessential parts of a New Yorker’s everyday routine. This hallowed morning ritual has embedded itself into the culture of one of New York’s hippest boroughs; Brooklyn. It’s no accident that New York is the city that never sleeps — It has the caffeine affinity to back it up. From Workplace […]

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