Like today’s meeting planners, Stone Age hunter-gatherers led their tribes from place to place. For team activities such as finding food, their versions of meeting apps were sharpened sticks, bows and fishing nets. Then humanity marched onward, yet what’s this? As an antidote, perhaps, to modern life, chefs are returning to platings that showcase Stone Age-like foraging, as well as sea life caught or gathered in sustainable ways. Here is a sampling of such restaurants.
Stay sharp and live well by keeping your brain healthy in the face of always-on technology, environmental contaminants and poor sleeping habits.
Where can you save, and what can be cut—partially or entirely? Historically, team-building activities have been a tempting target. They can be expensive. And they have a checkered reputation. Will goat yoga or blindfolded bungee jumping really bond co-workers? Is corporate fun worth the cost?
From quirky to luxe, these are directionally appropriate.
Let’s call her Planner X. She stages a dozen or more meetings and events a year all over the country. Although she grew up on the East Coast, she’s lived in California for years and “takes green for granted.” One of the questions she always asks of prospective venues is, “Do you have a plan in place to donate excess or leftover food?” Within the last five years, the answer is more often “yes.”
Pure, 24-karat gold is without taste, chemically inert and thus a mere glittery traveler through the digestive system of life. So, eat up here.
Planners must regularly assemble crowds of people and share the air they breathe, on top of the constant travel. So, how do they stay healthy?
These four hotels are located adjacent to some marvelous attractions. Magnificent Mile, Beaux Arts Building, and Elvis are just a few of the much to see.
On two of the Aloha State’s most popular islands, the culinary pot is bubbling!
California companies Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat have changed the burger game. And both faux-meats are appearing on hotel menus globally.