The new year is officially here and we are still working to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Our actions matter and they impact others around us, which is why we all have to do everything we can to help reduce the spread of the virus. Utilize the tips below to help minimize any spread of COVID-19 in the new year.
How to Celebrate the New Year Safely
Bringing in the New Year won’t be how it was in the past. Make 2021 a year to remember by getting creative with how you celebrate it! Click any of the below links for alternative ways to bring in the New Year in a safe way!
Three New Year’s resolution ideas during the pandemic
The time has come where everyone is starting a new resolution for the year! If you haven’t thought of any, we’ve got you covered. Click the links below to get some inspiration for your New Year’s resolution.
As summer and the pandemic continue, it is important for all of us to continue to find ways to relax and stay sane. With the end of July here, there’s no better time to relax than now. Click the image below to go through the links for some relaxation tips and suggestions.
Today is National Strawberry Sundae Day and July 9 is National Sugar Cookie Day! If you have a sweet tooth while you are social distancing, then this is the newsletter for you! Learn some easy desserts to make with your family or find new restaurants in Chicago to order your desserts from. Click the image below to go through the links to discover your new favorite dessert.
Fourth of July is nearly here! While we are still in the middle of a pandemic, there are still plenty of activities that you and your family can do to celebrate while still social distancing. Click the image below to go through the links.
What’s better than grilling in the summer with your family! This week’s employee home newsletter, we focus on some delicious recipes that you and your family can try this summer while grilling. From learning how to grill, to making some great side dishes and desserts, there is something for everyone in the family to make! Click the image below to go through the links.
With so much happening around the country, you may feel stressed, sad, uneasy, hurt, depressed, angry, numb or just not yourself this week. Those feelings are all valid and completely understandable. Finding ways to cope with these feelings is extremely important to your own self care during these uncertain times. Whether that is cooking something new, meditating or working out, finding what gives you peace is important. This week’s newsletter focuses on workouts that you can do to help cope with these feelings and improve your health. Click the image below to go through the links.
This week’s newsletter is focused on how to work from home productively. May 28 is National Work From Home Day. The newsletter has tips for our employees that are working remotely during the pandemic. Relaxing after working remotely is also important so the newsletter also has different types of wines to help you unwind and enjoy National Wine Day. There is also a great recipe for brisket to celebrate National Brisket Day on May 28. Click the image to go through the links.
Memorial Day weekend is here! While there may not be any parades or neighborhood cookouts to attend, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate. This week’s newsletter outlines the many ways you can celebrate the holiday safely this year. Following the social distancing guidelines during this time is crucial for the safety of yourself and others around you. Click the image below to go through the links.
This week’s newsletter is focused on activities that employees can do alone or with their families! From fun drink recipes to safe social distancing outdoor activities, there is something that everyone in the family can do. As the weather gets warmer and more people go outside, it is important to still follow social distancing guidelines outdoors. Click the image below to go through the links.
This week, in our second Trash Talk home newsletter for employees working from home, we are sharing some self care tips, arts and crafts that can be done as a family, workout routines and a new recipe for yogurt-marinated grilled chicken. As employees are working from home more often, some have also shared pictures of their families and pets. Click the image below to go through the links.