With the subzero temperatures and snow pummeling much of the nation, it may encourage you to stay cooped up at home with low activity (in the Midwest, we call this hibernating for winter!). In certain situations, it may be TOO cold to be outside, but that’s no excuse to be inactive the whole day. Here are five of our favorite winter activities to keep you moving, both indoors and out!
‘Tis the season for resolutions! Big or small, short or long, everyone has them. The majority of our resolutions include weight loss, being more active, eating better, spending less, and checking off bucket list items. These goals usually last for a week or two, and then people either fall off the bandwagon or lose sight of what's to come. Maybe their schedule got too busy?
Nowadays you can find a gluten-free or sugar-free product in every grocery store. From “free” pops, yogurts, and candies to breads, chips, and cookies. Gluten-free and Sugar-free doesn’t necessarily mean healthy.
As the weather continues to get colder, we are going outside less often. Due to more driving, taking taxis, and using public transportation we aren’t as active as we are in the the warmer months. Playing beach volleyball or walking around the park is replaced by nights in with warm blankets and Netflix.
Our snack delivery service is more than just office snacks; they make great gifts too! Whether it be a colleague, client, team, friend, or even a family member, a gift box full of healthy snacks can put your gift a step above the rest.
Thanksgiving is behind us but Holiday season is still in full swing. December is full of reasons to overindulge and “treat yo self” but balancing that out with healthy solutions and staying on track is crucial. Here are three tips on how to do so!
October is an excellent month in Chicago because EVERY sport is playing! Post-season for the Cubbies, “Hawkey” season is getting into the swing of things, you can Bear-Down on Sundays, catch a Bulls game, or watch a Chicago Fire game.
Microwaves appear to be a harmless appliance in kitchens and offices all around the world. What they appear to be is not always the truth. Microwaves do have some dangers associated with use.
When you’re in a pinch, having food prepped for the week is a great way to stay on track. The trick is finding what works for you and what can last the whole week. The great thing about meal prep is that there are so many things you can do! Our personal office favorites are chicken fajita bowls, mason jar salads, and overnight oats.
Encouraging coworkers to get active is not only good for their health but can also help the company to offset some of the health insurance expenses. Here’s a few way to do it:
Many companies believe they have the best office culture around. Ping pong tables, beer and coffee on tap, and nap pods are great, but they’re just the tip of the iceberg. To truly foster innovation in our company culture, we must go beyond the surface.
Foods and food additives that are outlawed in many countries are legal and consumed daily in the United States. They can be disguised as simple words such as “yeast extract” or “natural flavors, ” but they are not all that innocent.
We all know the feeling of being tempted by sweets in the office whether it's birthday cakes or daily donuts. Sometimes it’s just easier to eat the sugary temptations for an extra boost, but it’s not the best choice.
This just in, Ag Standard, SnackItToMe’s latest addition to our nut section! We are currently carrying these delicious, wood-smoked almonds in two flavors, California Chile Blend and Classic S & P.
We all know that working in a 9-5 office can get monotonous, but there are ways to change it up and keep it fresh! Here are a couple of our favorite ideas to improve your office culture!
Water cooler chat is in the past, bring in the snack table. A new place for you and your co-workers to talk, bond, and bounce ideas off of each other
When bringing on new team members, it’s important to make their first day as memorable as possible. Making them feel welcome in this new work environment is essential to their success!
With healthy living becoming more relevant outside of the workplace there’s no wonder that it’s becoming more prevalent in the workplace too!
How can your diet impact how you and your office function? Food fuels your body and not only affects physical but mental health as well. Without the proper fuel you're bound to get groggy throughout the day.