After reading a few go deeps, you probably realize that this is not your ordinary office. We could go over several reasons why, but one in particular is the amount of humor we incorporate into each day. It keeps us going, encourages relationship building, and relieves stress. Plus, health professionals have found that laughing lowers blood pressure, boosts T-cells, and triggers the release of endorphins. Simply put, LAUGHING is good for you and your office culture. I mean, y’all, we have now spent two consecutive Thirsty Thursdays talking about going Big Foot hunting on our fall retreat. (This was aided by a few beers.) These lighthearted conversations help to remind us that we are all human, even in the workplace.
So, if you find yourself in need of some positivity, crack a joke… and a few cold ones.
-Kaylee Caldwell, Account Coordinator