The trees are bare, the rain never seems to stop, the temperature hovers around freezing, the patio furniture is safely tucked away, the pool has been closed up and the Sun comes out less and less every day until the coming solstice.
A few decades ago, we were just starting to explore the correlation between work conditions and productivity. At the time, this newfound interest mostly focused on “physical” work conditions, such as room temperature, lighting and break times.
Are your team meetings characterised by long sighs and empty gazes? They seem disorganised, inefficient, never ending, excruciating even? Maybe you ought to consider updating your approach with new ideas!
We strongly believe that summer vacations come with a combination of both excitement and fear. You are obviously stoked to discover new things, temporarily escape from your daily routine and take a break from your usual responsibilities. Yet you still dread the moment you look at the weather forecast, only to find out that the rain is going to ruin the majority of your vacation. The inconvenient truth is that your plans are completely dependent on the weather and your activities are subject to last minute changes.
Many of our establishments offer packages including relaxing at the spa. With this in mind, we thought: Why not regroup in a single article all of the information necessary to maximize your next spa experience? This information gold mine applies to any trip to the spa.
You might ask yourself what to bring, or what state of mind to be in. What should you expect? How to act? We thought of everything for you: follow us!
Family summer vacations are long-awaited events. Maybe yours was already planned a long time ago, or maybe you have not decided yet. In the latter, you have multiple choices: the classic trip to the United States, take a plan to an exotique destination or even discovering the overlooked regions of Quebec.