5 reasons it’s time for a 4-day work week
We do 4 days in office every week. 3 in August. “Let’s be honest. Being on a treadmill where all you do is work, eat and sleep, is a crappy way to live. That’s why the four-day work-week is good for morale and worker happiness. Spending more time with family and friends, pursuing hobbies and interests outside of work, and engaging with the community are all things that boost well-being and keep employees, sane, focused and committed to their jobs.
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The lavender I bought 2 years ago from @lavenderbythebay is flourishing #greenthumb
What a beautiful evening. #northfork
For Coconut Waters, a Street Fight for Shelf Space
Debbie Wogan we found something Otto might like.
“You’ve got to be a little bit of a psychopath,” says Goldy of life as a beverage salesman in Manhattan. “You’ve got to love pain, love being yelled at.”