The Weekly Slice

The Great Fall Flavor Debate: Apple v. Pumpkin

One beloved season. Two iconic flavors. There are lots of strong opinions on which flavor is the be-all and end-all of autumn. Which side do you fall on? (ba dum tss)  Which dominated first – the pumpkin or the apple? You may find this shocking, but history indicates that pumpkin pie (of sorts) and apples…

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Rethink How You “Rest” to Help Fight Burnout

Feel like you’re running on empty? You’re not alone. According to a survey by Indeed earlier this year, nearly 60% of Millennials and Gen Z’s are battling burnout. This percentage is even higher than in 2020 during the peak of the pandemic and remote work season. People often say they’re experiencing burnout because they’re doing…

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Freaky, Fruity Snacks That Are Perfect for Halloween

October is here– bring on the pumpkins, bats, and candy! The excitement for spooky season is at an all-time high as people look forward to a normal year again. There’s even research to prove it! A recent study showed that 86% of all Americans aged 35-44 are more excited than ever for Halloween this year….

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Stay Motivated to Move this Autumn

As we go from swimsuit season to sweater season, it’s all too easy to let our fitness goals slide. We’re surrounded by delicious seasonal treats all the time, and all we want to do is curl up with a blanket and mug of cider to watch a movie. If you need a motivation boost, find…

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Four Fresh Fall Salads to Brighten Your Season

You may have already been living in pumpkin-spice paradise for a few weeks, but the first official day of fall is later this week, September 22. To kick off the season, we’re sharing some fresh fall recipes! If you’re tired of the same old sandwich for lunch, this post is for you. These colorful and…

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Why Washington State is the Best Place to Be in the Fall

If you’ve been daydreaming getting away for the fall, you may want to think again. Washington state is one of the best places to be during the fall – so much to see, do, and eat! Check out some of the best things to look forward to this fall: Fall Foliage Washington is one of…

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Pour One Out for Summer, Autumn Brews are Here

This Tuesday, September 7 is National Beer Lovers Day! You may have already had your fair share of pints for the week on Labor Day, but we’re giving you permission to crack open a cold one today anyway. Summer may be over, but fall isn’t all bad. Sure, there’s unpredictable temperatures, miserable rain, obscenely expensive…

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Fresh dishes to take your Labor Day barbecue to the next level

Labor Day, a.k.a. the unofficial end of summer, is coming up this weekend. Nothing says three-day-weekend like a cookout! Keep the Labor Day spread fresh and healthy while enjoying the last of your favorite summer fruits:   Grilled Fruit Kabobs Skewers are great for a crowd since you don’t have scoop fruit out of a…

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Boost Employee Energy and Motivation As You Head Into Fall

It’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of summer already! It’s the last full week of August, schools are going back, and even the pumpkin spice latte is rumored to be returning soon. Although the season of sun and fun is winding down, the momentum and energy in your office doesn’t have to. Here…

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5 Ways to Create Your Healthiest School Year Yet

Picture this: You’re eight years old, and you just hopped off the school bus. You eagerly speed-walk toward your house and can hardly contain your excitement when you get to the door. You stroll in, ditch your backpack and shoes in the foyer (for someone to trip over later), and head straight for the pantry,…

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