Working from home comes with so many freedoms, and different challenges than the traditional workplace. You have the power to set your own working schedule but, family and pets are just around the corner as a welcomed distraction. Here are some tips to help you productively work from home and avoid cabin fever!
Written by Bevi. Located in Charlestown, Bevi is disrupting the beverage supply chain by using intuitive, user-centered design to provide customizable, healthy beverages. The Bevi is an internet-connected smart water cooler that dispenses water still or sparkling, plain or flavored. Each drink is customizable, and the machine holds up to four distinct flavors. So next time you are looking to hydrate, ditch the plastic bottle and get a Bevi for your office or commercial space.
There’s no denying that most everything has sped up in recent years.
While we are more connected than ever, there is now a premium on slowing down and engaging with the world around us. Citizens and consumers might have more readily-available information through phones and tablets, but those devices can create personally-curated bubbles blocking us out from our own shared spaces.
What if we could slow down the process and take in our surroundings in a new way?
This year, we resolve to snack happy and healthy, munching on nibbles with plenty of protein, fiber and flavor to keep us satisfied and energized throughout the day. These are our favorite new healthy snacks to start 2018 on the right foot.
We all know the many benefits of mindfulness – from greater focus to increased relaxation to a happier, more present way of being. But practicing mindfulness in the office is something that is becoming increasingly important as employees often report feeling overwhelmed and frazzled and stories of burnout are not uncommon. Blog post written by Cynthia Conigliaro (certified personal trainer, and independent health and wellness coach).
Skipping breakfast or no time for lunch? Think again. It’s something we all struggle with: how to find time to fit healthy meals into our busy days. Blog post written by Cynthia Conigliaro (certified personal trainer, and independent health and wellness coach).
You eat organic and sustainable at home, but now you want to bring it into the office. Here are areas to help you get your office started on a greener future!
Every week, Boston Organics finds itself providing fresh, organic produce to households all over the Greater Boston area. But our residential customers aren’t the only ones benefiting from these healthy food options. Many offices, both small and large, have begun providing wellness benefits to their employees to bolster their health and happiness. Once a week (or more!), Boston Organics finds itself powering local economies of the metro area.
With unemployment at an all time low and the demands of work increasing, companies are continuously looking for services and products to improve office culture, and keep employees healthy, energized and engaged. This has led to some pretty exciting new ideas, as well as ways of rethinking existing employee benefits. There's more to employee benefits than ping pong tables or beer in the break room (although there's nothing wrong with those).
We're headed to the PERKS Convention on May 2. This is a unique event for anyone that is responsible for managing employee benefits (i.e., HR, Facilities, Office Admins). PERKS showcases all kinds of products, services and amenities for employees. If you're able to join us at PERKS, we'd love to see you (visit us at booth 158). But if you can't make it, these are a few companies offering some cool office perks.
Conscious consumerism is on the rise, as consumers gain access to information about where their food is coming from, and want to purchase products in line with their values and dietary needs. Interpreting the labels on foods can be a challenge: what do they all mean? With this guide, we demystify the labels you may see on products that Boston Organics carries.