The 43 Folder System

December 27, 2019

Hey everybody!  Opie here!  The Christmas season has passed and we have moved into those blissful few days where no one knows what year it is.  Now to make New Year’s Resolutions!  Of course, we all know that keeping our resolutions is extremely difficult!  For example, my 2019 resolution of slimming down my rather round […]

The 12 Supplies of Christmas

December 6, 2019

Welcome to December, Peeps!  The mad rush to Christmas has begun and now everyone is scrambling to finish shopping.  In my house, we still need to wrap presents, send out Christmas cards, mail presents to far away family members and do it all with the joy of Christmas in our hearts….  That sounds stressful, doesn’t […]

Small Business Saturday

November 27, 2019

It’s my favorite time of the year, Peeps.  Pumpkin pie, yummy turkey, friends and family gathered for a big meal, but you know what bothers me every year?  The fact that everyone seems to need to go shopping on Thanksgiving evening!  To be completely honest with you, I’m not a huge fan of the hype […]

Peeps Perks and More

November 22, 2019

Hey Peeps, Opie here!  On this round of Peep Squeaks, we’re going to talk about all the things that Office Peeps can do that you might not know about!  Our name obviously points to ‘office’, and we like to use the phrase ‘whole office solution’; but what does that really mean??? Well, after polling our […]

Introductions from the Peep-In-Chief, Opie

November 19, 2019

Hey everybody!  I’m Opie, your friendly local office supply specialist!  You might recognize my face from the Office Peeps vehicles or the invoices. I hate to toot my own horn, but I’m pretty famous around here.  What you might not know is that I’m not just a handsome face, and I decided it’s time to […]

Freedom: Lost and Found

October 31, 2019

When Anya Francis chose to join the U.S. Navy Reserves in 2013, she had no idea a tragic accident would change her life.   While working on a cargo battalion, Anya lost her footing and fell off a 27-foot-high crane. The results were catastrophic: a dislocated neck and a broken rib, back and shoulder blade. […]

Three Best U.S. Craft Beer Destinations

October 29, 2019

Breweries have become a common attraction for those who understand the value of high quality, locally crafted beers. With that in mind, here’s a list of three cities that have become some of the greatest beer destinations in the U.S. Fort Collins, Colorado If you’re a history lover as much as you are a beer […]

Halloween Graveyard Cheesecake Dip Recipe

October 24, 2019

With Halloween’s impending approach and bags of candy lining the shelves of your grocery store, people everywhere are busy searching for the perfect costume, planning the best party and routing their trick or treating trail. In between the chaos of candy wrappers and scary ghosts and ghouls, many people forget to plan a yummy surprise […]

Pumpkin Carving Contests: How to Win

October 22, 2019

Halloween is right around the corner and so is one of its main features: pumpkins! With so many fun competitions both online and in your community, pumpkin carving contests are all the rage for both children and adults. Here are some simple steps to help ensure your pumpkin takes home a prize.   Step 1: […]

Walk and Talk: Why Walking Meetings are Taking Over the Workplace

October 17, 2019

Walking meetings have become popular in many workplaces. Prescribed by Public Health England as a potential cure to chronic workplace lethargy, countless people have adopted the practice both at work and in other areas of their lives. Here’s a list of why you may want to consider implementing it in your own professional career and […]

Bear, The Blind Pitbull

October 15, 2019

Still just a puppy, a Pitbull named Bear was walking around a gas station in Trenton, NJ when he was hit by a car. Quickly racing away from the scene, the driver left him there to die. Luckily, someone nearby had witnessed the horrific accident and rushed Bear to an animal hospital, where he was […]

Baby in One Hand, Degree in Another

October 10, 2019

When Briana Williams arrived at Saint John’s University, she only had a suitcase, a pair of shoes and a bible. A first-generation college student, Williams graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Legal Studies before she made her way to Boston to attend Harvard Law School.   A woman with a passion for helping […]

Country Music’s New Star

October 8, 2019

Historically being one of the more cloistered genres of the music industry, many have tried and failed to become a country music artist. So, how does one find their place within the genre? Blanco Brown, the singer of the country hit, “The Git Up,” has found a way.   “The Git Up” contains the stylistic […]

The Pillars of Digital Transformation

October 3, 2019

In today’s world of technological advancements, digital transformation has become all the craze across most industry sectors. However, with countless companies and organizations trying to transform, many will fail. Here are the three pillars necessary to ensure digital transformation success. 1. Non-Digital Before you‘re capable of achieving digital success, you must first examine the non-digital. […]

World Vegetarian Day

October 1, 2019

October 1st is World Vegetarian Day and now more than ever we are seeing a rise in the number of people adopting the meatless diet. But just how tempting is it to make the switch? We’ve provided a list of reasons why you may want to make the change to meat-free meals.   A Healthy […]

Crafts You Can Make with Popsicle Sticks

September 27, 2019

If you enjoy eating popsicles, you might want to hold onto some of the extra sticks. With a little creativity you can transform them into some interesting creations! Check out a few different art projects you can develop with some wooden sticks and a few other materials. Popsicle Stick Plant Hanger Supplies: Popsicle sticks Hot […]

What to Buy for Your Musician Friend

September 26, 2019

The talent of a musician should never be undervalued, since writing music and playing instruments requires a lot of time and practice. Finding a good gift for a musician can be tricky, since there are only so many times you can buy new instruments. If you’re stumped on what to get, we’ve collected a few […]

Motivational Tips for Fledgling Writers

September 24, 2019

There’s nothing more satisfying than completing a story you’ve been writing for weeks. Writing takes a lot of time and motivation, and it can be very easy to lose the drive to finish when you run out of ideas. In fact, there are plenty of new writers who are primed for success, but fail to […]

Keeping Your Money Safe While You Travel

September 20, 2019

Traveling can be a lot of fun, whether you are heading to a different state or out of the country entirely. However, your money is at risk while you travel, for a number of different reasons. If you are away from home, it can be challenging to get assistance if your money is stolen. Before […]

Hacks for Easy Office Storage & Organization

September 19, 2019

Storing your work supplies isn’t easy when you don’t have a lot of room. Keeping everything on your desk creates clutter, but throwing everything to the side won’t fix the problem either. If you’re having trouble organizing your desk, we have a few recommendations for you. Try these simple work hacks to create effective storage […]

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