Do you usually order coffee to go? The next time you hit the coffee shop, make sure to bring your mug with you. The planet is drowning in disposable coffee cups, and one day that trusty mug is going to help us save the world.
The office is one of the easiest places for colds and illness to spread, because everyone is in such close proximity to each other. No one wants to be ‘that person’ who spread their germs to the entire office! Keeping these helpful aids at your desk can keep you feeling great all season long!
Coffee or tea? This is the predicament we face at least twice a day when filling up our mugs in the break room. A caffeine-addict, like myself, probably makes this decision in conjunction with his/her degree of exhaustion. If one is a zombie person, then one opts for a cuppa joe, but if one is simply looking to add some pep to one’s step, then tea’s the way to be.
Being that most of us rely on these caffeinated beverages to get us through the day, I thought it’s probably worth knowing just how healthy coffee and tea actually are for us…
We all know drink ware is an absolute office necessity. If it weren’t for that refillable water tumbler you keep in your desk drawer, you’d probably end your work day resembling something close to a dried out prune, but watch out people! The days of donning that sad, boring bottle are now officially ova!
Put your water bottle to work with features that suit your busy lifestyle. Here are some cool alternatives to your conventional canteen.
Eating out for lunch everyday can place a major strain on your health and your pockets. By keeping healthy snacks at your cubicle, you can combat hunger and save your money for something more important- like a much needed vacation! Read on to learn about tasty & healthy foods that you can just leave at desk!
Caloric & sugar content aside, you can now enjoy your bowl of Froot Loops without an ounce of guilt!
Bacteria’s everywhere…should you really panic, though?