As the holiday season approaches once again, it seems appropriate to revisit a timeless classic and all of the surprisingly relevant lessons it has to offer. Of course, we’re talking about none other than “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” We’re taking notes and drawing tips from its beloved protagonist on how to mitigate EHS hazards.
New research shows that a thank you text message could be an act of gratitude that’s as effective and impactful as anything — so put your device to work this holiday season!
The season of giving — and giving thanks — is upon us. We all have that running list in our head of people to thank, but if we’re being honest, year to year we often come up short. And to nod to that age-old axiom, our best intentions could pave a road classic rock stalwarts AC/DC could wrap a devilish chorus around.
But what was holding us back from putting our best foot forward when it comes to saying thanks in a meaningful way may have all along simply been procedural.
The holiday season is typically accompanied by breaks from work, quality time spent with family, and (for many of us) chilly outdoor conditions. All of these factors combine to create ideal circumstances for cozying up to binge through some streamable content.
The IVECO Solidarity cargo initiative, now in its fifth year, served up another helping of Christmas cheer, with the additional help of Brazilian celebrity chef Batista. Watch this Christmas episode at:cnhindustrial.com/Christmas
It's the season of togetherness, but this year keeping friends and family safe means staying home. According to Travelocity’s 2020 Holiday Outlook survey, some 60 percent of Americans reported they wouldn’t be traveling this holiday season.
Each April, we see profound symbolism embedded in Arbor Day celebrations across the country. When we come together to plant trees, we collectively envision the world our grandchildren will inhabit - cleaner, safer, and more beautiful than the one we ourselves inherited.
Being with loved ones is the cornerstone of any holiday celebration, so on Wednesday of this week our 3BL Media family is taking a break, taking some time away from our daily work to reflect and refresh.
An important part of a company’s culture and health is the culture and health of the people who work there. This cannot be measured in the same way we measure monthly metrics, online traffic, or content clicks and views. This can be measured by the way a team pulls together to collaborate with and care for one another.
This time of year loved ones come together, share a meal and create new memories. For many of our neighbors, that is just not possible. One of the challenges to this comforting picture of the holidays is not having a safe and warm place to gather.
80 percent of what is thrown away during the holidays can be recycled or repurposed
PHOENIX, November 28, 2018 /3BL Media/ – With parties, decorations, gift giving and travel, Americans generate 25 percent more waste than average between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day – equating to almost 1,000 pounds of trash per household. However, roughly 80 percent of what is thrown away during the holidays can be recycled or repurposed, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The experts at Republic Services, an industry leader in U.S.