The concept of a work bestie is something we can relate to. We all have that one person we look forward to seeing every day we go to work. These relationships are an important part of our social life. Working from home has put a significant dent in these relationships. Although we have channels of communication such as Zoom and Slack, these are not enough. Our work besties are individuals we would see every day, and our life can’t be the same without their humor, companionship, and varying temperaments that could annoy one to death.
During these crazy (and depressing) times, it’s important to remember such individuals and reach out to them in the best way through gifts. So, surprise your work bestie and remind them of good times, when things were still normal, by giving them a special gift.
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Finding the perfect holiday gift can be tough, especially for the working mom who doesn’t need another candle, kitchen towel, or tube of lavender hand lotion. What she needs are items that can make her everyday routine and workday simpler and overall more enjoyable. To help lift the stress and ideally bring more joy to your gifting experience, we’ve crafted a thoughtful holiday gift guide that will bring ease, delight, and add a touch of luxury into any working mom’s lifestyle (and dads!). The products mentioned in this post have been personally used, loved, and enjoyed by me or recommended by my tribe of working moms. These are real products used by everyday parents.
Update, this best podcasts blog post has been recently revised (Jan. 2020). Since publishing, I’ve added several marketing, product, and business related podcast to the list. @mention me on Twitter and tell me what podcasts have been your favorites
Today is International Podcast Day. Hhhhm, who knew?
The obsession with podcast continues as 12 million people listened to a podcast for the first time in the last year. One of those listeners was me, and now I cannot stop.
If you have spent any time with me, you know that I will, without fail, ask you what you’re reading and what’s your favorite podcast. Most of my recommendations have come from my friends, colleagues, and even strangers.