Monthly Archives: April 2015

Mindfulness in the Workplace

Mindfulness, originally a Buddhist tradition, is the practice of quieting the mind’s voice, thoughts, and anxieties. The focus is to concentrate on only the present and to become keenly aware of your sense of self. Mindfulness is acceptance of yourself, others, and the present situation. Attention to the present and an attitude focused on patience,… Read more »

India: An Art within Itself

When traveling to India for the first time in November of 2014, I was intrigued by many of the cultural differences.  Things that immediately stand out are the sounds of the many riksha horns blowing in the bumper to bumper traffic, the brightly colored saris with ornate patterns that the women wear, the wonderful spices… Read more »

Ergo-What? An Intro to Ergonomics

Ergonomics: A fancy word that encourages you to purchase things you aren’t even sure you need. Not really, but seriously, what does that word mean? Ergonomics as defined by the wonderful world of the internet is essentially the study of people’s interaction with the systems in their working environment and the effect on their well-being and performance…. Read more »

April 2015 Furniture Feed

Spring has sprung! This month’s tip will help you get started on your spring cleaning. Our blog will make you rethink your New Year’s resolutions and Kile shares why Melina’s White Light, a children’s cancer foundation is important to her.   April 2015 Furniture Feed