The Greetabl Blog

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Employee Gifts: Surprise & Delight All Year
Investing in your employee relationships during the holiday season is one easy way to set yourself up for success, but true surprise and delight goes so much further than that! You have opportunities all year long to build loyalty and improve job satisfaction with small gifting moments. Why Surprise & Delight? Many people struggle in
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A Case for Valentine's Day Gifts That Are *Actually* Good
Valentine’s Day. It’s arguably the holiday that brings about the most strong and polarizing reactions. You’re either all in favor of the day or not. at. all. Rarely is there ever an in-between. No one is lukewarm about V-Day.  If you’re on the anti-side of Cupid’s holiday, it’s probably for good reason. Valentine’s Day is
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Four Reasons We Love National Send a Card to a Friend Day
Well, friends, it’s safe to say that we’re immersed in a digital world. Now more than ever, our lives are spent on a screen. There was a recent viral tweet that said: “Another day of staring at the big screen while scrolling through my little screen to reward myself for staring at the medium screen
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5 Ways to Show Your People Love on Valentine’s Day
Whether you enjoy the holiday or not, Valentine’s Day comes with a wide array of connotations, expectations, and stigmas. There is an emphasis on relationship status. And frankly, it doesn’t matter if you’re single or taken. The various expectations are deeply ingrained in their own unique way. But why? Shouldn’t Valentine’s Day solely be focused
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The Most Romantic Scents, According to Science
There’s a science to seduction, and just like the researchers in the lab, the experts at Formulary 55 believe it starts with a scent. Sometimes the scent is so natural you may not even know you’re being influenced by it, and other times a romantic scent simply cannot be ignored. Before you even lather on
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The Best Gifts to Celebrate Lunar New Year
On February 12th, we’ll summon in a new lunar year. For those unfamiliar, Lunar New Year marks the first new moon of the lunisolar calendars, which are regulated by the cycles of the moon and sun. Depending on when the lunar cycle ends, the holiday falls in January or February. As the New York Times
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