Less food, equally thankful: Families chose smaller turkeys this Thanksgiving

It’s the quality not the quantity that counts, as the saying goes, and an increase in selling tiny turkeys for Thanksgiving celebration is already starting to appear in an effort to change American gastronomy. Traditional image of a huge bird in the center of a decorated table is still canon but more and more millennials with smaller families start changing their festive habits driven by the ‘’guilt’’ over wasteful leftovers and preference for free-range fowl. Continue reading

Remote working, a growing trend to work market

More and more employees either work exclusively ‘’far’’ from the company that engages them or the nature of their work demands them to be in constant move. Nowadays, a colleague doesn’t need to contact company’s reception desk to communicate with others trough messages whereas there is always the possibility of ‘’working from home’’. Continue reading