Lonely Desktop? Just Add Plants Or Flowers
On April 24, 2018, the business world observes Administrative Professionals Day, which is part of Administrative Professionals Week. The observance was conceived of by Mary Barrett, a former president of the National Secretaries Association, an organization that was formed during World War II as a way to support receptionists and secretaries. The Gordon Boswell team loves to join in campaigns that honor the unsung heroes whose tireless efforts make our lives better in so many ways.
Tulips will brighten any desktop. The colorful bouquet will brighten spirits, too. Other than bluebonnets, which you’ll never see indoors, tulips are synonymous with spring. Fresh flowers can relieve stress, boost mood, creativity, and productivity.
Desktop gardens consist of a variety of green plants whose leaf size, color and overall plant height create a unique mini environment that’s ideal for a desktop. Green plants are known to purify the air, enhance mood, encourage higher productivity and creativity, and improve a person’s overall sense of well being.
Succulents are all the rage now because they’re so easy to maintain. Anyone who receives one of these sophisticated and understated plants will feel the appreciation that this gift aspires to convey.
The experienced floral design team at Gordon Boswell will help you choose the perfect plant or flower arrangement to give your Administrative personnel as a token of your appreciation on Administrative Professionals Day this year.test