The holiday season is upon us once again! But with all of the excitement surrounding this time of year, what are some things that you can do to make sure your health is still a top priority?
While Christmastime is wonderful and filled with so many fun activities, the hustle and bustle can often make your schedule quite busy. This makes it that much more difficult to choose activities that are still healthy. But who says that festive activities can’t still be good for you too? Check out five holiday activities that are health focused!
It’s the time you’ve been waiting for all morning at work: the long-awaited lunch break. The moment that you can sit back, enjoy your meal and relax with a much-deserved break from work.
While you may be tempted to stay seated at your desk, there are many ways that you can spend your lunch break that are more healthy and active. Who says your lunch break has to be sedentary too? Check out five healthy ways to use your break at work.
Summer is on its way out, and the delightfully chilly fall season is already stepping through the door. With the drop in temperature and the changing colour of the trees, it’s incredibly tempting to stay indoors where it’s warm and smells like apple cider, pumpkin pie and ginger spice.
But this beautiful and bountiful season has so much to offer in terms of keeping active! Take advantage of the gorgeous weather and keep active this fall season with one of the eight suggestions here.
It’s hard to believe that we are already in October - this year seems to be flying by! Life moves so fast, sometimes we forget to slow down and enjoy what we have. With Thanksgiving coming up this weekend, it's the perfect time to take a moment to reflect on all the things we have to be thankful for and count our blessings.
Here's a list of 30 things to be thankful for this year!
Would you say that the office space you work in is fairly traditional?
Most office workers conduct their business in a space that is quite traditional and simple, meaning that it is filled with conventional office furniture. A stationary desk. A regular office chair. Perhaps a couple of whiteboards.
While this setup is fairly standard, it also doesn’t offer a lot of flexibility and can be (quite frankly) a tad boring. The Solo Workstations by Swiftspace, on the other hand, bring versatility and excitement to the office as a fully foldable, portable workstation. On today’s blog, we look at five benefits that a Swiftspace office has over a traditional one.
Sitting at a desk all day isn’t just uncomfortable, it can be damaging to your health. Scientists have found that sitting for long periods of time may be linked to alterations in blood proteins that lead to heart disease as well as early cognitive decline.
Luckily, there’s an easy solution: take a break! When you interrupt long periods of motionless work with a little bit of movement, like stretches or muscle-toning exercises, you’ll be able to counter any negative effects of that nine-to-five job.
Here are five of our favourite exercises to get the blood flowing at your desk.