The Weekly Slice

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Personal Growth That Are Not Fitness-Related

“Work out more” is one of the most common resolutions we hear around this time of year. For those of you who are excited to pursue a new fitness journey, power to you! Go crush those goals! But for others, maybe working out is not the top of your priority list, or you already have…

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Get a Head Start on Your New Year’s Resolution

T-minus two weeks until 2021 is nothing but history. Yup, let that one sink in for a moment. The new year will be here before you know it, and along with it, your new year’s resolution staring you down. The far-off, elusive 2022 is just around the corner – surprise! Lucky for you, you’re having…

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ThirdLeaf NW Holiday Gift Guide – The Local Edition

Gifts for everyone on your list that support local businesses around Washington As a local and women-owned business, ThirdLeaf NW is all about supporting other local businesses. As you tackle your holiday shopping this year, think outside the box and consider buying local. Local businesses make your everyday purchases extraordinary and impactful. Not only will…

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Five Easy Tips to Help You Stay Healthy Through the Holidays

The second pandemic holiday season is upon us. Thankfully, we can get back to most of our old traditions this year. But as things get back to normal, it seems more and more people are suddenly facing allergies, common cold, flu, and other illnesses. The last thing any of us want is to miss out…

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Elevated Classics – Secret Ingredients and Tips to Give the Thanksgiving Staples A Boost

Turkey Day is just around the corner! For some of you that means delight, and for some of you that means dread. Either way, we’re here to help. Think of this post as your Thanksgiving survival kit. It’s chock full of tips and tricks for putting the best meal on the table possible, including a…

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The Powerful Mental Health Tool Most of Us Are Overlooking

Americans’ mental health is at an all-time low. According to a Gallup poll taken in December 2020, Americans’ personal assessment of their mental health was the worst it had been in two decades. The number of survey respondents who reported “Excellent” mental health decreased 43% from 2019. How do we combat this? It may be…

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Work-Life Balance – What Employers and Employees Alike Can Be Doing Better

Catch yourself sending emails at 9:00 PM? Taking work calls during time with friends? Technology and WFH make it hard to unplug, leading to a severe lack of work-life balance. It may feel like an issue employees have to troubleshoot on their own, but work-life balance goes both ways. Employers and employees must combine efforts…

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8 Classic Halloween Movies Matched With Scary Good Snacks

Happy Hallo-week! The last week of spooky season means it’s time to binge all the Halloween movies you haven’t watched yet this year. And what’s a movie night without snacks? We matched your favorite Halloween classics with scary delicious recipes that the whole watch party will love. Hocus Pocus – A Halloween favorite of many,…

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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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