This memorable expression is from the 1967 award-winning film, The Graduate. The film comically (and correctly) predicted a world dominated by plastic. As opportunistic as it may have sounded at the time, such a phrase is currently met with understandable dejection.
People often think of “Going Green” as a huge endeavor, a process that is too expensive and too difficult to achieve unless you are a large wealthy corporation. In a perfect world, every office building would be constructed with double paned windows to increase insulation, hand dryers to reduce paper towel waste, water saving ultra-low-flush… Read More
Hopping on an airplane, staying in hotels and eating out every night might sound glamorous to you. And it can be, especially if you are jetting off to wonderful, exciting places. But it also disrupts your regular habits, such as when you go to bed, what time you eat… and even your environment-friendly habits. While… Read More
In a professional office environment, whistling along to the music probably isn’t the best idea. I catch myself doing it…and tapping my feet…and playing the drums with my fingers on my desk. I know fellow Proforma blog contributors Tony Zayas and Kendra Smith can probably hear me doing it, but they’re too nice to tell me to… Read More