No matter which type of Bigelow Tea is your fave, with over 130 flavors there’s always something new to try! But wait, there’s more ……. have you ever thought of creating your own awesome tea combinations?! To get you started, why not try these below (and in the video):
Lemon Ginger and Green Tea: Mmmmm, not only delicious, but it’s good for your digestion too! The probiotic BC 30 in zesty Lemon Ginger herbal tea can help to maintain a healthy balance in your digestive tract when used as part of a balanced diet. When it’s brewed with smooth, delicate Green Tea, a hot mug of this tasty combination will warm you from head to toe! Now that’s #TeaProudly for sure!
English Teatime and Mint Medley Full-bodied, smooth mountain-grown English Teatime is the perfect pick-me-up tea any time of day, and paired with the refreshing flavor of the American-grown spearmint and peppermint in Mint Medley, this unique combination of smooth and cool is a hit whether it’s hot or iced! (Want to cut out the caffeine? Sip this delicious drink with English Teatime Decaf instead!)
Cozy Chamomile and Orange & Spice #TeaProudly peeps love relaxing with a soothing cup of Cozy Chamomile, that’s for sure; and the delightful balance of sweet orange and zesty spices in Orange & Spice herbal tea is ahhh-MAZING when joined with calming chamomile. Get into your comfort zone and relax with the distinctive taste of this delicious flavor combination! It’s caffeine free, so it’s perfect for unwinding after a long day. (Or any time!)
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Bitter cold January days call for cup after cup of hot tea to warm you up from the inside out. A hot, steamy cup of tea is perfect for any time of the day. Happy National Hot Tea Month, do yourself a favor and enjoy tea as much as you want this month!
Have you ever wondered where tea came from, and what made someone put leaves in hot water for flavor? Well, legend says in 2737 BC, a Chinese emperor was sitting under a tree while his servant boiled drinking water when some leaves blew into it. The emperor happened to be a renowned herbalist, and he decided to taste the infusion that had just been created by accident… He loved it, and that’s where tea comes from!
Here are some of the best benefits tea has to offer:
As part of you party plan, be sure to recruit volunteers for post-party clean-up. The more the merrier! Have a plan of attack. Start by picking up stray plates, cups and napkins, then work "Top to bottom" for the most efficient cleaning:
Items you might need:
Heavy Duty Trash Liners GJO 01534
Febreze Fabric Refresher PGC 85837
Lorell Ultra-Lite Banquet Tables LLR 66651
Paper Towels GJO 24080
Lysol Wipes 3 pack RAC 82159
The annual office holiday party is a great time to unwind and socialize with the people you work so hard with all year long. Be sure to mind your manners and keep a few tips in mind:
Be Friendly. Office parties are a great time to network and meet new people you may not know from other departments. Introduce yourself and keep conversations light. You want to meet new people but don't get bogged down in work talk at the party. If you meet people who you want to collaborate with on work projects, get their contact information and reconnect at the office.
Punctuality Counts. Don't arrive too late to the party. Often there are speeches to kick off the festivities and you don't want to make a grand entrance in the middle of the CEO's welcome! Likewise, don't be the last to leave... be mindful of the time and make sure to thank your hosts on the way out.
Secret Santa Gift Exchanges are a fun way to make new friendships in the office. Here are a few things to ensure a successful Secret Santa Exchange.
Draw Names: Make a list of everyone who wants to participate and put their names in a hat. Then have each participant draw a name. Make sure to remind everyone to keep their identity a secret.
Set The Standards: You can encourage Secret Santa's to give a small treat each week during the holiday season ( candy, coffee, etc - see our ideas below) to build intrigue, or some groups prefer to do just a single gift at the office party. Either way setting a budget is probably the most important part of Secret Santa to make sure everyone is treated fairly. The game is supposed to be fun, and the holiday time is already an expensive time for most people so budget to something small and encourage people to get really creative.
Choose Gifts: Even if it is something useless and silly, the idea is to show someone that you know them. Encourage participants to find out a little bit about the person they're surprising so that they can give things that are in line with their tastes and interest. The gift should ideally make them laugh or have some connection.
Mix It Up! If you are looking for ways to make things more interesting, don't be afraid to mix it up a bit. Set a theme that the gifts have to adhere to such as Disney films, puzzles, nature, food,or you can make it more ambiguous by saying all the presents have to be a certain color.
You don't have to have people spend money either; for example do a Bake-Off Secret Santa where you all make delicious holiday treats for each other. Or try the White Elephant version, where you find something you have to give your person.
The Big Reveal! At the final gift exchange, the gift tag should reveal the Secret Santa's identity.
Some ideas we have for your gift exchange
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Let’s face it, we love celebrating. And we love food. And we love ‘em even more with the people we love.
Thanksgiving combines all of that—but it can sometimes be a little fuddy-duddy with its traditions, obligations and manners. For a more laid-back celebration, it’s all about Friendsgiving. Here are some fun ideas to add to your get-together for giving thanks.
Let’s make this party official! Create festive postcard invitations (8387) and stickers (22807) with free designs on avery.com/templates. Print from your own printer, or try Avery WePrint™ our professional printing service. With low minimum order quantities and no set-up fees, you’ll get a premium look—without the premium price.
Give your guests a warm welcome to the table with personalized placecards. Some easy placecard ideas include propping a card on a mini pumpkin, creating stylish tent cards to fit your décor, or even placing a colorful tag (22802) on their plate, as shown on the right.
Being thankful for what we have reminds us what matters most. These gratitude cards designed on postcards (8387) are a heartwarming way to share your thoughts with your close group of friends.
You all may be stuffed after the meal, but your guests might want a little something to nibble on later. Create personalized takeout boxes with stickers for each of your guests, fill ‘em up with their favorites from the meal and attach a recipe or two for some of that glorious grub..
November is the season of Thankfulness and many people begin thinking about everything they have to be thankful for. There are many things to be grateful for, and taking the time to notice them can have a major impact. Gratitude is a key factor for living a life filled with positivity, however, gratitude may be one of the most overlooked tools that we all have access to everyday.
Essentially, gratitude is being thankful for what you have or showing appreciation and kindness to others. Cultivating gratitude doesn’t cost any money, or take much time, but studies have found that an attitude of gratitude gives significant health benefits, affect productivity, relationships and happiness. With a little help and practice, being grateful can easily become a part of your life.
At Twist OP, we are participating in a 30 day gratitude challenge and we encourage you to join us. This mini wellness challenge is designed to help you harness the power of gratitude in both your professional and personal life. Follow along each day on the 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge sheet below. Each day features a small achievable goal to help you take a moment for reflection, change negative thinking patterns in your brain, express gratitude and better appreciate the little things in life. Best of all, it’s easy to do!
We encourage you to document your gratitude challenge on facebook, twitter or Instagram and check the TwistOP facebook, twitter and Instagram to see how the Twist team is doing as well!. Use the hashtag #GratitudeWithATwist
thank you to our wonderful sources;
Total Wellness Https://info.totalwellnesshealth.com/blog
Forbes 7 Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Gratitude That Will Motivate You To Give Thanks Year-Round Http://bit.ly/2Q3xAUN
Meetings Northwest: https://meetingsnorthwest.com/workplace-challenge-31-days-of-gratitude
Prevent your pumpkin carving ambitions from turning into Pinterest fails with these 13 genius pumpkin carving tricks that will save you time, extend the life of your pumpkin, and keep all of your fingers intact.
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