The Weekly Slice

10 Recipes to Add Some Green to Your Diet for St. Patty’s Day

Greetings, lads and lassies! St. Patrick’s Day is upon us, and you simply must add some green to your plate to celebrate. Go ahead, try a recipe or two. Some are healthy, and some are not, but either way, making and eating them is sure to be fun. Or as the Irish say: a whale…

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Put some spring in your step! Best seasonal activities around Washington state

Last week’s rain had us all looking forward to warm, sunny days ahead. Thankfully, in just one week, the sun will be setting an hour later, and in two weeks, it will officially be spring! Not to mention, entertainment and events are back and better than ever. This may be the best spring season we’ve…

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Let’s get growing! How to prep your garden and what to plant in March

The calendar has flipped to a new month, and warm weather is on the way – it’s prime time for garden prep! Read on for a quick rundown on what to plant right now and a couple maintenance tips for the month! Outdoor gardening prep + tips: This month, those with outdoor gardens should be…

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Easy + Energizing Snacks to Fuel Your Workouts

What to eat or not to eat before a workout? That is the question. It can be difficult to find foods that give your body enough fuel you without weighing you down. Healthy eating should be simple and fun, so we’ve put together this guide to help you eat well and feel great at the…

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7 Cultural Elements Your Workplace Needs to Avoid Employee Burnout

The excitement of the new year has come and gone, schedules are busy again, and burnout is on the rise. In the midst of the great resignation, the last thing a manager wants is an unhappy team. Employees who feel unsatisfied with their work are more empowered to walk out than ever before, making the…

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The Perfect “Pear” – Valentine’s recipes + cheesy pick-up lines

Nothing screams Valentine’s Day like fruits, chocolates, and cheesy pick-up lines. You probably came here for recipes, but stay for the puns. Enjoy! Apple of my eye Chocolate Apple Slice Treats Another chocolate-covered fruit (besides strawberries) to add to the V-Day lineup. This recipe is like a dessert and craft all in one – great…

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Citrus Fruits 101 – Beyond the Navel Orange

Ever wonder the difference between a navel orange and a mandarin? And what even is a tangelo? Turns out, there are over 100 varieties of citrus fruits, and the ones you’re most familiar with barely scratch the surface. At ThirdLeaf NW alone, we rotate over a dozen varieties of citrus in your office fruit bins…

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Supplements vs. Whole Foods – What’s Better for You?

Green shots, and probiotics, and multivitamins, oh my… It’s easy to get lost in the plethora of supplements flooding the market right now, each boasting an impressive list of health benefits. But we’ve also seen a lot of research in recent years about the benefits of whole foods. This contradiction has probably left you scratching…

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Nine snow day activities for when you’re hunkered down at home

Washington state’s winter is off to an uncharacteristically snowy start, and the potential for more winter-wonderland days is high. According to the Washington State Climatologist, January to March of 2022 is expected to have lower-than-normal temperatures and high precipitation. There’s a big potential snow will have us hunkered down at home a couple more times…

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Four Employee Wellness Trends to Bring to Your Company in 2022

Employee wellness has become a major focus for companies over the past couple years. It will only continue to grow in 2022, but with a new year comes an emphasis on new aspects of wellness. Here are four of the biggest wellness trends of the year and how you can incorporate them into your workplace:…

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