Just because we are at home does not mean we cannot continue to hit our wellness goals! Take advantage of having more time to spend outdoors and a different daily schedule to stay fit while practicing social distancing and self-isolation. Below are three easy steps to moving more throughout your work-from-home day!
While at home, there are many ways to support others who have been dramatically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, the DMV community is coming together to lift up small businesses, service workers, freelancers, and others whose stream of income has been eliminated. Below are seven ways you can contribute to your community during these trying times.
With the rapid spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. and restrictions that change hourly, the majority of professionals are now staying at home, working remotely for the foreseeable future. For those who have never been able to work from home and are used to coming into an office environment every day, the next few weeks will prove to be challenging as we practice social distancing while adjusting to a new daily routine at the same time. We’ve got you covered with some tips for a smooth transition to the remote work life.
This past weekend, we all lost an hour of sleep for more daylight. While the extra hour of sun in the evening is most welcome, many people find that their sleep schedules, overall alertness, and productivity levels are thrown off by the change. A study at the University of Washington found that people tend to lose an average of 40 minutes of sleep the night of daylight savings and are 20% more likely to be unfocused at work in the days following Wondering how you can best cope with daylight savings and make the most out of the change? We have you covered below!
International Woman’s Day (IWD) occurs every year on March 8th. Starting as an observance organized by the Socialist Party of America in 1909, this day turned into an international celebration when the United Nations officially marked the date and popularized the holiday in 1975. This year’s slogan is #EachforEqual, which aims to get people thinking about how they can help forge a gender equal world. IWD serves as a time to honor women’s achievements and recognize the strides that have been made towards equality- as well as the work that is still left to be done. Below are three easy ways to celebrate women in the workspace this March, or any month of the year!
Promotional items and other branded tools are an amazing resource for spreading the word about your business and keeping it at the top of people’s minds. However, selecting the right item is essential- the wrong item can send the wrong message. You’ll want something unique, eye-catching, useful, and brand-right. Below we’ve rounded up some of the top items that can make your business a standout.
With the holidays long gone and warmer weather still more than a month away, it’s easier than ever for the winter blues to hit. While not everyone suffers from seasonal affective disorder, it’s hard to deny that all of us can feel a bit down during these snowy, cold, and dark months. Suffering from the winter blues can trickle into your workday and job performance. We’ve rounded up three ways to keep your spirits high while in the workplace!
It’s February which means stores are full of chocolate, the color red is everywhere, and love is in the air. Whether you’ve got a special someone or are celebrating Valentine’s Day with friends, we cannot forget to give our shared workspace some love! If we were to write a Valentine’s Day card to AdvantEdge, here are some of the qualities that would be included:
Did you know February is National Snack Food Month? It’s time to continue our healthy new year’s resolutions from January and revamp our snack game at work. Snacks provide a way to break up the day and bring some joy into a hectic schedule. We’ve rounded up some top picks to tide you over at your desk no matter what mood you are in!
Today is National Data Privacy day, meaning it’s the perfect time to re-evaluate your cybersecurity at work! In the office, projects can move so fast that it’s difficult to make sure everything is secure. To protect yourself and your business, take steps today to ensure your professional data stays in the right hands and gives you, and others you work with, the piece of mind that their information is not at risk.