It’s the most wonderful time of the year- especially if you are part of a shared workspace! Being in a unique type of office environment provides many opportunities for celebration. The shared workspace not only makes the busy time of year easier but also helps you connect with the community. Here are four ways to celebrate the holiday season this year at work!
Productivity: it can be our best friend at work, but often it seems elusive. Between social media, a buzzing phone, and getting distracted by small tasks, it’s impossible to get things done sometimes. Enter a shared workspace- with the right workspace solution, you can largely kiss inefficiency goodbye. Here are four reasons why you can be more productive in a shared workspace.
The beauty of Halloween is that there is something for all ages and for all interests. Many adults dismiss the holiday as solely for little kids. However, celebrating the holiday can be an easy way to foster community, especially in a coworking space, where you’re not interacting every day with people you work in the same place with. It is the last moment before we are bombarded with the stress of the holiday season, so grab your coworkers and learn about five easy ways you can celebrate Halloween in your shared workspace!
The millennial generation is one like no other. Pew Research Center defines the group as people born from 1981 to 1997. The generation has been shaking up the status quo- from when they are settling down with families to buying houses. However, millennials are perhaps the most different in what they desire out of a job and workspace. Let’s dive into why shared workspaces fit what the modern millennial needs at work.
When others are in need, it is important to lend a hand and help in any way possible. Whether you're a single person operation or have a team, the stakes are always high with small businesses. When natural disasters like Hurricane Florence devastate towns and cities, the road to rebuilding can take years. Here are four tangible ways you can help fellow business owners get back on their feet.
Tuning back into work after summer Fridays, vacation time, and fun in the sun can be hard. September brings the perfect chance to “fall” in love again with your workspace! Whether you’ve been in your space for three months or three years, it can be tiring seeing the same things and people every day. Here are four easy tips to refresh your workspace experience!
There is no better feeling than packing up and leaving the office after a busy workday. When you’re sitting at a desk all day, it can be easy to feel like you’re not taking advantage of what D.C. has to offer, or like your computer is your only friend. This is why it is important to sometimes unwind not in your PJs on the couch. With two amazing locations, AdvantEdge Workspaces has you covered with the best places to unwind after work in D.C.- no Uber or Metro ride necessary.
At this point, you’ve probably heard a lot about coworking. From seeing sleek photos online to friends posting about the latest cool coworking space event... admit it, you’ve probably thought about making the switch yourself. Using a shared workspace is more than just open layouts or community events. It is about your space helping you reach your fullest potential. If you're on the fence about ditching your cubicle, here are four facts about coworking to help you realize that anyone can make the switch!
Day in and day out, many people dread their commutes. From sitting in gridlock traffic to crowded metro cars, getting to work is often one's least favorite part of the day- and sometimes the most frustrating. Biking to work is an overlooked solution to an annoying commute. It can be daunting at first, but once you have a route, gear, and a plan you’ll be surprised by how much this one change can transform your work days. Bike to Work Day is May 18th, so it’s a perfect chance put down your keys or metro card and try something new! This day isn't just about taking your bike to work- it's a celebration! Check out local events to see how you can get involved (there may even be free food and t-shirts along the way). Still not convinced? Here are three reasons why you need to consider participating in this year’s Bike to Work Day.
It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle of large workspaces. Sure, it may seem beneficial to be part of a community of hundreds, maybe even thousands, of people in a huge building with desks as far as the eye can see. It’s natural to think big- with our business, goals, and dreams. But sometimes it is good to think small. Yes, you heard us right. Thinking small can actually help you with those big goals. A good place to start is with your workspace, where a smaller space can lead to a larger amount of support and help for your business!