Morning Routines

Any office worker worth their salt knows that the morning routine is what sets you up for success (or failure) for the day.  Forget to eat breakfast this morning? Grumpy times at work.  Forget to use the bathroom before you leave for the day? Panic time in traffic.  Your morning routine sets your tone for … More Morning Routines

Super Bowl Sunday

Ah, the Super Bowl. Once a year when society requires me to pretend to like sports. But let’s be real, I’m only at this party for the commercials and the food. I want to laugh while being solicited to buy products and I want to do it while consuming foods that never even come close to … More Super Bowl Sunday

Healthy Work Lunches

Making healthy work lunches when you’re half awake is like trying to decide whether you want to live or low-key die, but at 7am and with minimal brain power. It’s a lot of pressure to have so early in the morning. Look, my eyes have barely started working, nevermind my brain, and now you’re asking me … More Healthy Work Lunches

Christmas Part 4: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas when all through the office, not a creature was stirring, not even the coffee pot-s (read it so it rhymes, ok?) Alone in the office there arose such a clatter that I began to think that something’s the matter. But then I laughed softly and said to myself, “No one’s … More Christmas Part 4: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

Christmas Part 3: LED Lights & The Search for Real Christmas

Unlike Starbucks cups, this is the real war on Christmas. The real war on Christmas is the prevalence of LED Christmas lights. Here’s the deal: Christmas lights are supposed to be warm and inviting and say “Hey, this is a season for friends and family and time together and it’d be great if you could stop … More Christmas Part 3: LED Lights & The Search for Real Christmas

Christmas Part 2: Starbucks Cups & The War on Christmas

In case you haven’t read enough articles from people telling you how to feel about Starbucks Christmas cups, here’s another one to fill your time. Everyone knows how this story goes: Starbucks is ruining Christmas by turning it into a sanitized “Happy Holidays” with solid red cups (or in this year’s model, red cups with winter … More Christmas Part 2: Starbucks Cups & The War on Christmas