Why I Love Water


As we rise with our morning coffee, and unwind with our evening tea, water is crucial year-round.

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Take the Light in


The sun is staying out longer, and so are the majority of us as we long for that fresher, warmer air and outlook. The skies seem brighter and bluer, a fresh break from the bite and bleariness of wind and snow. Daylight savings time has been both a blessing and a curse, and now with more time and motivation to complete evening tasks, run errands and […]

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The Wonders of spring cleaning your wardrobe


We know what April showers bring, though some might say it’s still too early to finish the rhyme. Due to the roller coaster of March and April temperatures, we’ve gone from long sleeves to short and then back again, typical of the starting spring season reflecting our closet choices. Aside from nearly abandoning face masks, now is the time to make adjustments to new and […]

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Making sense out of scents


What exists in the forms of sprays, oils, bars and practically all states of matter? Without the title giving it away, it’s the form of scent. When the aroma feels just right, scents of all kinds trigger a wide range of experiences. Even just thinking of a scent such as lavender can ease or tense up one’s nerves, with the wonder that it doesn’t exactly […]

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A New Kind of Easter Egg Hunt


When hearing the word “easter eggs,” we often think of what to look for in movies before special childhood memories that fit both in the palm of our hand and in baskets, thus we are encouraged to find them all year long. With Easter coming up on April 17 this year, remembering that eggs exist in so many shapes, sizes and colors should prompt us […]

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Give your emails some edge


We wake up to them, we sleep on them and always try our best to send them at the right time to the right people. We stress over when and where to send, respond, and analyze – it’s practically a never-ending cycle, and to say we’ve taken the everyday task of dealing with emails for granted is an understatement. However, to underestimate the use of […]

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The Hard Work of a Smile


It takes less muscles to smile than it does to frown, which makes it the smallest way to bring big results.

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Switching from Output to Input


Burnout is something that all of us deal with, and in a creative field like graphic design or illustration, it can be particularly devastating.

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The Power of Your Lips and Fingertips


It is now more important than ever to use our absolute best judgment when conveying a message. Of course, there are several ways to do this, whether that be through writing, speaking, or most commonly, typing.

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The Great Resignation and Employee Engagement


Studies show that half of all employees in the US have either resigned, are considering resigning or actively job hunting.

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