“We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next, to find ourselves.”-Pico Iyer, Why We Travel.
–Salt Lake City, Utah
This is an inevitable feeling we all have gotten at least once. The urge to hit the highway and keep on driving, or the desire to press our faces against an airplane window and watch the ground below slowly vanish into a mesh of clouds and sky.
-Arrangement by designer Jessica Copp
This city is booming with creative minds, and flowers have been quite the outlet for humans to express that creativity! Whether you are searching for that special arrangement, looking to hire a florist to transform space, or simply creating a little something special for someone you care about (see above), here are some tips and tricks to get the ball rolling in the right direction:
Image source – Knockback Nat’s
My boyfriend and I decided to be a little spontaneous and try Cincinnati’s top voted wing places to see what all the fuss was about! Turns out, they were as wonderful as they said, in their own, unique way. See what we thought and then go taste them for yourself!
Standing out while following the rules can sometimes be a challenge. When it comes to dress codes in the workplace, there are often professional wardrobe boundaries you should always keep in mind as much as you may want to express yourself with your everyday style choices.
Every now and again, I get the opportunity to transport back to my high school glory days and go to town creating store displays, like I did when I worked in a little shop on Main Street; my first job EVER. The owner’s son had a crush on me, so he somehow convinced his mom to let me create messes around the shop after school.
It. Was. Awesome.
It’s Monday morning. You crawl out of bed, peer out your bedroom window and what do you see? White.
(Dude, where’s my car?)
Winter is full of unpredictable days… weeks, even! Whether it’s a change of schedule, delayed flights or working from home, you never know if you’re expected workday is going to completely shift gears at the last minute.
I’m sure as a facilitator or sales manager you’d like to believe that when leading an all day meeting, you have created an agenda that is packed with excitement – so much that your team will be fully engaged for the full eight hours. Well, we have all the confidence in the world that this is true! But what’s also true is that even the food and drinks you serve during a meeting can affect your colleague’s ability to focus and participate.
Remember the other day when you stayed up way too late happily torturing yourself to stay awake, just to get some time in to watch that new terrible episode of whatever, in those embarrassing pajamas that nobody but your dogs will ever see? Let’s take a moment of silence for that day…READ MORE