While places of work may have changed, one thing that hasn’t is the importance of continued effort to protect the environment. Celebrating Earth Day at work doesn’t have to take place in an office, and isn’t exclusive to just one day. This article will explain Earth Day’s origins, and a few fun Earth Day activities to implement in the workplace.
As businesses continue to welcome employees back to the workplace, it may be time to reevaluate how they are being taken care of in the breakroom. Following an extended remote or limited capacity work schedule, the refreshments space will be an essential tool to help employees reacquaint and readjust.
Maybe now is the time to rethink your office setup. Here is how to build a better breakroom for your employees.
Cold brew itself has become quite the phenomenon, a process in which course coffee grounds are steeped in cold or room temperature water for 18-24 hours. The longer extraction time removes the sometimes harsh bitterness found in coffees brewed with hot water. This smooth, refreshing beverage packs a handsome punch of caffeine to get even the longest days going. Add to that cup the same nitrogen gas infused in the aforementioned Guinness, and you have quite the workday experience.
Here is why you need this delicious beverage in your office.
March Snack Profile – Sigonas Organic Dried Mango
March Coffee Profile – Starbucks Pike Place Roast
True story, I’ve been putting cinnamon in my coffee for years, but unfortunately, I’ve been doing it all wrong. Meet Shabbir Nooruddin, Chief Caffeine Officer at Coffee in My Veins, who just taught me a new method to spice up my coffee with cinnamon without getting the clumps at the top. The best way to add cinnamon to coffee is to mix it in your coffee grounds! Yep. Mind blown.
Love all things coffee? Well, now even your footwear can pay homage to your favorite beverage with coffee inspired sneakers. Nike is bringing our love of coffee to a newly inspired shoe line which has Nike Air Force 1 getting a “coffee” color treatment. What does this mean?
February Snack Profile – KIND Dark Chocolate Chunk Bar
February Coffee Profile – Metropolitan Mocha Java
Hu first started in 2012 in NYC as a high-end restaurant and market; back then they were known as ‘Hu Kitchen.’ Their vegan and paleo-friendly chocolate bars were a hit, and eventually started to sell in the natural retail channel. The purpose-led lifestyle brand, with a mission of, “Get Back to Human,” has expanded beyond chocolate and into new segments – baking, snacking chocolate, and grain-free crackers. Along the way, the brand has stayed true to its core values of unbeatable taste with unmatched simplicity.