How to be zero waste in the office? … or at least produce less waste and be more eco-friendly? The 4 R’s will help you!
Zero waste movement is all about reducing waste so as not to pollute the environment. Although producing no rubbish at all may be harder to accomplish, let’s see what we can do every day in the office to create less of it. Let the 4 R’s guide you! 1. Refuse
Refuse any single-use appliances like plastic straws in your beverages, cutlery, plastic cups for water or paper cups for tea and coffee. Opt for reusables instead (as in R #3 below). Water from my cup. More stylish, less wasteful. It’s a
win-win! 2. Reduce
Reduce the amount of used paper. Digitize your notes and reminders; use your cell phone to have quicker access to them – but make sure to comply with your company's security rules. Also, writing down passwords is not only wasteful; it is also not secure. Store your passwords in a secure way using a recommended application. Avoid printing documents as …
down for an hour… being just with your breath and your thoughts, no distressing
or distracting sounds and views. Imagine feeling light as a feather, with no
care in the world.
floating you won’t have to imagine any more – it makes it happen! What’s it
all about? Floating is simply drifting in a capsule/huge bath (bigger than an
average jacuzzi) filled with water with high concentration of Epson salt/Dead
Sea salt. The temperature of water is adjusted to our bodies – it is about 35ºC/90ºF.
You float without any effort and there can be relaxing music and soft lights in
the background. You can also opt for no music and minimal lighting, making you
deprived of 90% of external stimuli. It makes you feel at ease, free, levitating.
You can practice mindful breathing or just get your mind off things. All of
take into account? I
recommend taking your own earplugs and oiling your hair if you are afraid of
its saltiness. Wearing a cap is not mandatory.Have
Are you tired of scrolling through useless status updates, excessive number of ads and red pop-ups next to the notification icon?
Me too. Well, I was until I tried the below methods:
Go to your profile and edit the profile info:
Delete your city, schools or workplace.
Make your gender unknown and set your birth date to the earliest possible.
This will spare you some targeted ads and site suggestions. Unfriend, unlike, unfollow
Take a good look on your friends lists and likes.
Are there any people you do not truly know? Why would you invite them into your life?
Are there any sites you are not interested in and bringing no value into your life? Why waste time on them?
Cut them all off. Unfriend and unlike. You can also unfollow (also the events).
Notifications and ads
Make use of 'hide ad' or 'show less notifications like this' options. It will take Facebook a while to learn whether or not you are interested in a friend responding to somebody's …