According to behavioral research conducted at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, nature provides us with a simple way to improve emotional health - flowers.
Does sending flowers work to help resolve a disagreement?
Days can change fast. A day that looked slow, with only one scheduled delivery, somehow transmuted into a hectic rush to get ten pieces out the door and in the hands of our customers' loved ones.
We live in a connected world. Most of us can't go a day without sending a text or checking Facebook. Whether you're sitting in front of the TV or cruising the mall, you're never unreachable. Despite this, it's not uncommon for some of us to feel oddly isolated. “Connection” becomes noise. We're so busy talking we forget to listen. We show people we care by clicking a “thumbs up” button. Are we losing touch?
Q. What is the best way to figure out how much wine to buy when entertaining at home or a wedding? For a wedding or a home party, this simple math will give you an idea: (number of guests) x (number of servings for each quest) / 5.
When we think about flowers and romance, we almost always imagine a man buying flowers for a woman. But does it have to be this way, and does it ever make sense for a woman to buy a man flowers?
We have a few things to think about when we send a woman flowers, and size is one of them. Should we send her a big bouquet full of colors, or will a single red rose do the trick?