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Deck Your Cubicle with Boughs of Holly….

It’s time for a fun Friday post and since we are right in the middle of the holiday season, I thought it might be fun to explore some ideas about how to make the space you work in festive for the winter holidays.   Whether you want...

Fabric That Makes a Difference

Today I would like to focus on the unique product of one of our oldest vendors.  New Life Office  has partnered with Guilford of Maine/True Textiles for over 18 years.  This has been a great relationship because it makes sense to use sustainable/recycled fabric to recover panels for our...

Create Your Own Tax Break in 2009

Did you know that congress extended the amount that small business may write-off for capital expenditures to $250,000?   Business owners who acquire equipment including machinery, computers, office cubicles, and other tangible goods, usually prefer a substantial deduction in a single tax year, rather than a little at...

Eco-Friendly Office Furniture

  Buying eco-friendly office cubicles, executive desks, seating, filing cabinets, and other furniture is getting easier. With government agencies, universities, and corporations specifying greener products, furniture manufacturers have been fairly quick to put environmental options on the table. Both large and smaller companies offer furniture made...

Indoor Air Pollution

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, scientific evidence indicates that indoor air can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air in even the largest and most industrialized cities. Other studies indicate that people spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. If you...

Advanced Seating Features

In my last post, I shared some tips on features to look for in task seating.  The fundamental features discussed were seat height, seat depth, and tilt tension.  Today I would like to concentrate on some of the advanced features (also known as bells and...

Features to Look for in Task Seating

Your office chair is perhaps the most important piece of office furniture that you own.  You should make an informed decision about office seating and find the task chair that fits you best.  There are so many seating options out there, it can get confusing...

Staying Motivated While Working From Home

You have a great looking, functional workstation set up in your home office.  Your ergonomic chair looks perfect and feels great too!  You have all the right office furniture, office supplies and tools so why is it so hard to get motivated?    Working from home...

Tips for Purchasing Office Furniture

Office furniture purchases for most small and mid-sized businesses are handled “part time” by someone who has many other responsibilities. This means that most purchases are made by a person who is not an expert at ordering office furniture. However, as long as you follow...

Organize Your Office in 10 Minutes a Day

Highly effective people are organized people. They can handle many tasks at the same time and do not lose track of their progress. They don't miss appointments or lose things as often as the rest of us do. They always have their work done on...