All insulated tumblers are not created equal. Some stainless cups are successful at keeping drinks cold for 24 hours, and others lose their mojo and start gathering sweat beads halfway through the workday. So how do we know which one to pick?
Today (July 5) is National Workaholic Day, because the day after the Independence Day is supposed to be for lounging by the pool and doing nothing. But some of us have to work, right? Here's what they mean.
If you go searching for a snack you brought to work and discover that a food thief got to it first, it's probably something crunchy and salty. One particular food is stolen more often than all the others.
There are lots of strategies to use in the quest for the perfect NCAA tournament bracket, but the experts seem to agree that there is only one sure-fire way to predict the most winners. The odds are truly in your favor.
In addition to checking email every six minutes and switching back and forth among thirty applications, we do this 134 times every day at work without even thinking about it. This right-click maneuver is so routine, we really could do it in our sleep.
First of all, thank you for listening at work. You know I love you and consider you to be a fantastic co-worker and it's with your well-being in mind that I say what I'm about to say. If your job requires you to sit a lot, it could kill you. This is a lil scary!