Clean Air Can Make You More Productive
It’s 3pm and all you want to do is sit back, relax and put your feet up. Your to-do list seems like it’s never-ending, and no matter how many cups of coffee you drink you just can’t stop yawning! Why is that?
According to Harvard Business Review, you're not lazy, your mid-day slump is linked to the quality of air in your home or office!
If you’re finding yourself reaching for energy alternatives, look into adding plants that have been proven to improve air-quality. Not only do these types of plants remove toxins from the air in your home or office, but they also serve as an inexpensive low-tech solution to costly air filters.
Golden Pothos - Easy-to-grow, insect resistant vine with heart-shaped leaves. Commonly used in hanging baskets.
Dracaena Deremensis - Green leaves with white stripes that tolerate low-light and dry air.
Peace Lily - Blooms beautiful white flowers indoors and is known to remove alcohol, acetone, benzene and formaldehyde.
Spider Plant - The first plant proven to remove indoor air pollutants. Gre
en leaves with a broad creamstripe down their center.
Looking for more floral options? Try these: aloe plants, orchids, tulips, azaleas, cyclamen, and gerbera daisies.