The average person doesn’t typically use an architect scale ruler– we tend to stick to just a regular ol’ ruler or tape measure. To be honest with you, I hadn’t even heard of these unique rulers until just a few years ago!
What do you think their best features are?
Ability to quickly translate the measurements on a blueprint
They are small and portable (ie: pocket-friendly!)
They come in both rigid and flexible styles
Bonusfeature #4: They can be imprinted with your company’s logo!
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier? One way to keep this promise up all year long is to start drinking healthy, detoxifying green juices. They will give you much needed nutrients and energy to keep you going all day long.
Top ingredients to include in your recipe:
Dark leafy greens: Spinach or kale
Veggies: Cucumber, celery
Fruits: green apples, avocado
Spice it up with: Lime, ginger, jalapeno
Your first jab at making a green juice might not be perfect, so play with the proportions of the ingredients to make the flavor how you like it. Or, if you don’t want to invest in a juicer, go ahead and grab a freshly made bottle at your local grocery store or coffee shop. Once you find a recipe you like, keep it cold in any of these travel tumblers and go about your day feeling refreshed and healthy!
Is handwriting becoming obsolete? These days, everyone spends so much time typing away on their phones, tablets, and computers. Do we even remember how to hold a pen and write a note? Today, on National Handwriting Day, let’s strive a little harder to start writing more personalized notes.
But even so, how else can you write down a note while you’re on your phone or computer than by grabbing a pen and actually writing it down? What better way to keep your company on your customer’s brain than by giving them personalized pens to keep at their desks.
Anyone who is sitting at their desk will notice those personalized pens with your company logo printed on them. If they need your company’s phone number in a jiffy, the easiest way for them to find it is by grabbing that personalized pen with your phone number already printed on it.
What better way to treat your customers today and stay on their minds all year than with any of these personalized pens.
I bet this week is going to be a doozie, so I think I might just unplug the TV and not read the news online either. I need a detox from all of the social and political unrest that is consuming the news headlines daily.
Most pet lovers don’t need a special day as an excuse to dress up their fur babies, but if you do- today is the best day to do it- it’s National Dress Up Your Pet Day.
Are you going the traditional route and dressing your Dachshund up as a hot dog? Or does your lizard desire to be a ballerina? Maybe you have a whole herd of pets and they’ll each be a different superhero? I bet your beagle would be a good-looking Batman.
Whom do we rely on to protect our communities day and night? Our law enforcement officers are the dedicated people who put their lives at risk to keep our society safe. Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.), a day that gives us the opportunity to thank our hard-working law enforcement officers by recognizing the sacrifices they make daily.
What is the one connection that all of your everyday essentials- your phone, computer, car, newspaper, have in common? They are all based in some form of technology. Today is National Technology Day, a day that celebrates the fastest growing sector in the world. Odds are that all of your customers and employees rely on multiple forms of technology throughout their day, regardless of the industry in which they work. Why not make all of their lives a bit easier and reward them with any of these handy technology gifts:
To help charge their phones on the go:
Bluetooth speakers for music wherever they are:
A stylus to help write or draw on their touchscreen devices:
Flashlights aren’t what they used to be. Do you remember the big old ones of the 1950’s? They had an incandescent bulb and 2 D batteries. The bulbs would burn out once in a while, the batteries would leak and destroy the flashlight. Or you would drop it and break the glass lens.
Then came the 6 volt lantern batteries and the accompanying lantern flashlights. They were very bright and would last a long time. But, same old incandescent bulb.
Then in 1979 Anthony Maglica invented and manufactured Maglites. This flashlight had a rugged aluminum barrel, and was well built. Still it had the same old incandescent bulb.
The era of technology then drove Mr. Maglica to change the bulb (and the accompanying circuitry) to the LED bulb. I don’t know the year of this change.
Now, in 2021, Some engraved flashlights use COB bulbs, which are even brighter than LED bulbs. And some circuits even make it possible to have different light levels, flashing, strobing, and SOS blinking.