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.