Of course, we all want to get work done, but an empty stomach can be a big distraction! Here are some of our favorite spots near our Downtown location to grab a quick bite to eat:
This Thursday, AdvantEdge Workspaces is launching our first pro-working lounge! Before you join us for a “taste of Chevy Chase” and a tour of the new space, learn more about the new workspace solution we are bringing to Northwest D.C.
1. Drink lots of water.
“Moving is stress-free,” said no one ever… right? Well, not anymore. Gone are the days of endless paperwork, hours on the phone setting up a new space, and spending precious free time lugging furniture around.
AdvantEdge Workspaces has been providing professional facilities with attentive and efficient service to the DC business community for over 30 years, so we appreciate the importance of consistency. The basis of a strong relationship with any client is trust, and that trust can only be established by following through time and time again with the promise of great service.
This Friday, trade in four wheels for two - on your commute, that is. May 17th is National Bike to Work Day, a day that promotes the accessibility and benefits of changing up your transportation style. While not everyone lives within five miles of their workplace (seen as the ideal range for beginning bikers), there are many ways to celebrate this day, whether you can bike your commute or not.
The Valentine’s Day season: for some of us its about a romantic date night, for others it means stuffing our faces with a chocolate box and watching a movie at home. Whether you are weathering the holiday solo or with a partner, Valentine’s Day can bring up feelings of loneliness. As freelance and remote work is on the rise, the “loneliness epidemic” is growing. One way to feel less isolated? Joining a shared workspace!
Chances are if you are on any social media platform, or have logged onto Netflix recently, you’ve heard something about Marie Kondo and her KonMari method of organizing. Although Kondo’s book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up has been a bestseller for years, she recently shot to internet fame with her Netflix show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.” A key tenet of the KonMari method is to ask if an item “sparks joy” when deciding whether to keep it. While it might be easier to decide whether a sweater sparks joy, this same question can be asked about your office, workspace, and even your computer.
Transitional phases in our work life range from the expected to something random. You may be in between jobs, trying to turn a passion project full-time, or experiencing a layoff. With the recent government shutdown leaving many workers furloughed, there was an influx of people experiencing how tough it can be to navigate your days without heading to the office from 9-5.