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The Origins of Recycling and the Recycling Symbol

Recycling has only been a national program for the past 40 years, but nowadays it seems as commonplace as sliced bread. We’ve all seen the recycling symbol and know what it means, we recognize that the blue plastic bins are for recyclable materials only, and we are familiar with what materials can be grouped together [keep reading...]

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best of office weekend roundup 7

A few months ago we blogged about decorating your fridge with post-it notes. Design*Sponge had a great interview this week with David Stark (the post-it note fridge guy) about some of his favorite supplies and the way he organizes his time. (He likes recycled post-it notes and Ampad Notepads!) Girls Gone Green – a great [keep reading...]

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Yummy Office Lunch and Lunch Container Ideas

Last week we hosted a Omaha Steak Gift Certificate Giveaway from Pentel (sorry it’s over!) We asked all those who entered to tell us their favorite work lunch and we had some great responses. To be honest, the entry rules were somewhat inspired by the fact that I never know what to eat for lunch! [keep reading...]

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15 Biodegradable Products You’ll Use

Care Mail Peanuts -Made from corn and potato starch. Dissolves in water and won’t pollute ground water. Please take note of the white and green color theme found in this post. It’s quite refreshing and clean, right? This post is inspired by a post I read awhile ago on Design*Sponge and by my thoughts about [keep reading...]

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Does your office equipment work weekends?

Most energy conservation advertisements don’t really get me. Yeah, I feel bad for a second but then I move on. I’ve been thinking about these all weekend and wishing that my computer didn’t sit at work all weekend, waiting for me to come back and start working. So get motivated and conserve energy okay?? And [keep reading...]