We are made up of 90% water when we are born, but our bodies slowly dehydrate through the years. If we’re not replenishing by drinking a sufficient amount of water, our bodies will dehydrate that much faster. You can be 35 and look 50 if you’re not drinking enough water.

Many people skimp on their water intake. Many people also negate their water intake by ingesting just as much salt or starch, or working out too hard and not rehydrating enough. The recommended daily water intake is 8 glasses a day, but you may need more depending on other factors, like exercise, weather conditions, and diet. You’ll know you’re not consuming enough h20 if..

 

Every company seeks to make a good impression on potential clients. There’s usually a warning for employees to be on their best behavior, a tidying up of the conference room, a straightening of ties, clearing of throats. But what about pleasant, unexpected surprises, like fresh coffee and juice? Or a variety of snacks for your clients to munch on? These things make a huge impact on people whether it seems “huge” or not.

 

If you’ve tasted one, you’ve tasted them all.. This couldn’t be less true for coffee and the infinite variation contained in it’s rich, flavorful blends. Java scientists and tastebud technicians are constantly reconfiguring coffee blends, adding swirls of spice and dashes of ideas, like it’s a goblet of witches brew. The diversity contained within, and available for, coffee blends has grown substantially, and the alchemists behind the scenes are continuing to churn out deliciously different blends of mocha.

 

You’re probably familiar with the phrase “water cooler talk:” leisurely conversation and friendly exchanges between colleagues that take place around the office water cooler. Why the water cooler? It could be because the bathroom is too awkward. Your desk- too obvious that you’re not working. The kitchen- you’re too busy looking for munchies. But the water cooler is perfect. It’s against the wall, away from it all, providing a purified fountain of deliciously cooled h20. And the best part? There’s nothing to do while drinking your water but hang out. Talk. Chat. Laugh. Share.

 

Sometimes, you can just tell when an office is too dry. Not the kind of dry that’s solved with a humidifier. The kind of dry where employees lag. There’s no juice. There’s no rush to get things done. People move slow, brainstorming struggles to flow.. In other words, there’s not enough water in the office. People aren’t replenishing their systems. And the office isn’t functioning like a well-oiled machine. It’s functioning like a dry, rusted, squeaky machine, forcing itself along.

 

Starbucks And Dunkin’ Deliver Coffee, But Not Coffee Service

If you’ve been hesitant to bring in a coffee delivery service for your office or store, now is the time to reconsider. Coffee delivery services are taking the world by storm. Recently, Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks have announced their plans to start delivering our can’t-live-without morning beverage, and they’re itching to launch these sizzling services asap.

 

Most of us are familiar with Colombia as the “home” of coffee flavors, but the multifaceted and expansive coffee culture we know today has many homes. There are so many other parts of the world that have chipped into the growth of coffee. In fact, it’s safe to say that every country has contributed a piece of their local flavor and history into the coffee empire we know and love today.