#WorkSmartSnackSmart with Wonderful Pistachios

By now, you might have figured out that I work from home. And that I'm pretty darn proud of it.

What you might not know is how challenging it can be to snack healthy from home – especially when the refrigerator is in your peripheral view.

All.

Damn.

Day.

Pistachios – which is one of the highest protein and fiber snack nuts – have always been my go-to snack since I was a kid, so when Wonderful Pistachios approached me about their #WorkSmartSnackSmart campaign, I couldn't have been more excited.

Also known as "The Mindful Nut," pistachios often help you feel fuller (partially because cracking open shells slows down consumption time). Not to mention – seeing that pile of empty shells reminds me when I’ve had enough!

Wonderful Pistachios also offers a multipack, with 9 perfectly-portioned 1.5oz bags – a perfect fit for a snack drawer.

And if you find yourself snacking on the road (or in the back of a Lyft, like me) - Wonderful Pistachios also has a No Shells variety.

This summer, I'm going nuts (ha!) and loading up my snack drawer with these!

Try doing the same, and don't miss the chance to win an #WPGiveaway office makeover – deets here!

Plus, enjoy 20% off either 32oz Roasted Salted Wonderful Pistachios or 6oz shelled Wonderful Pistachios on Amazon, using promo code 20SNCKSMRT7.

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wonderful Pistachios. The opinions and text are all mine.

Outsmarting Smart Devices

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Samsung. The opinions and text are all my own.

Some devices are smart, but not all are intelligent and certainly not all are secure. 

Back in May, I traveled with Samsung to the Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit, where I spoke with Erik Bjontegard, founder of Spark Compass, about how the company is maximizing the capability of smart devices with new information-based technology. See the full interview here

I also had the pleasure of speaking with Samsung's SDS' business development manager for enterprise wearables, Gabe Murphy, about how Samsung works to protect data on not only phones and tablets, but smartwatches and other wearables.

Check out that interview here