What to Eat in a Safe Space
In some offices you can find a safe space called a Pause Pod. It looks like a tent. But the manufacturer says you couldn’t be more wrong. “It’s the Pause Pod! It’s very different from a little tent for children. It’s for professionals who can’t get through the day without succumbing to sensory overload.” http://nymag.com/selectall/2017/09/the-pause-pod-despite-its-appearance-is-not-a-childs-tent.html
But what happens when the millennials get hungry. You can’t eat apps. Enter the $20 loaf of bread. The New York Post reported “In NYC, luxe loaves are becoming as ubiquitous as $6 pour-over coffee and $15 chocolate bars… farmer’s market has never been more in-style amongst 20-somethings.” There’s an appreciation of knowing where the food comes from, and eating it where it was harvested – it’s taking over millennials’ shopping and eating behaviors. While the farm-to-table concept isn’t a new one (it’s becoming a bigger influencer)– as millennials make dining decisions. Consider artisan breads in the bakery downtown, craft brews at the local microbrewery and, of course, the town farmer’s market. Anything produced in the local region is almost guaranteed to be trending check out blonde teen nude video.
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