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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I personally think that unlimited snack availability, if not healthy, is a bad idea. I love healthy options- but when candy gets involved, it's not the best way to keep energy going in the office. There's this other idea that companies like Google have meals and snacks in the office to keep workers working. I think it's important to get out and get some sunshine. Just food for thought ;)

    • Wonderist

      Really good points! I recently started a company, and we have snacks on-hand at all times. I am starting to wonder whether there's a limit to how many Nutter Butters I can eat in a day (all signs are pointing to no). It's definitely not healthy, and - you're right - I tend to keep strange eating/working hours because I never have to leave my desk!