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The Key to Success: Inspirational Vocabulary for Encouraging Your Coworkers

The Key to Success: Inspirational Vocabulary for Encouraging Your Coworkers

Knowing motivational vocabulary is great for encouraging your officemates and keeping morale up in the workplace. Your coworkers will be sure to appreciate your positive attitude around the office. Below you will find a vocabulary list of popular English-language idioms that refer to working hard and being successful at your job. 

Gingerbread Cookies America House Way

Gingerbread Cookies America House Way

As the song goes, “I'm dreaming of a white Christmas, and those soft gingerbread cookies”. Well, ok, not exactly, but nevertheless gingerbread cookies are such an epitome of Christmas treats and festive mood. This week we’ve been experimenting with various recipes in attempt to find the perfect one to make sure the ingredients needed are available in Ukrainian stores.

American Family Christmas Traditions

American Family Christmas Traditions

Nick Irvin: Christmas at my house is one of the best times of the year. It’s a time for family gatherings, gift-giving festivities, bright decorations, and delicious food. The Christmas season brings with it numerous traditions that have stayed within my family for decades (since before I was born, in fact). So, without further ado, here are some of my favorite family Christmas traditions –– and how we celebrate them.

Throwing in the Towel: Vocabulary for Ending Your Workday or Job

Throwing in the Towel: Vocabulary for Ending Your Workday or Job

While the discussion of giving up on a hard project or quitting one’s job may sometimes be difficult, the language for talking about these issues is useful to know. In this list, you will discover both formal and informal terms, as well as clarifications on technical differences between similar expressions.