I am so tired of reading unrealistic gourmet Thanksgiving menus full of complicated ingredients that take hours and hours to make. The thought of Thanksgivukkah, replete with pecan-pie rugelach, stuffing tots, and Menurkeys, is giving me anticipatory heartburn. It’s too much on top of too much. I also happen to be heading into the holidays up a few pounds because of some recent health problems. Frankly, I’m in no mood to carbo-load.
The solution, once I discovered it, is breathtakingly obvious. A Thanksgiving Day Juice Cleanse. I will celebrate right alongside friends and family, but do it in my own, much more self-righteous, way.
Herewith, the official all-juice Thanksgiving menu, taste-tested by Co.Exist.
Are You A Dog Owner Or A Dog Parent? This CEO Wants To Know
Would your father buy your product if not for a paternal reflex to support his child?
Without intending to conduct such a personal proof-of-concept experiment, Matt Meeker, president and CEO of Bark & Co., found out that for his dog-themed subscription service BarkBox, the answer is yes.
"The first four or five months into this thing, we had just a couple hundred customers," he recalls. "I come in one Sunday and see my dad has signed up and paid for a subscription—and he had no idea it was my company. He found it through Facebook and signed up because he thought it was great. That was the moment when I said, 'This is something we've got to do. This is big.'”
“Some firms with diverse talent use project management or account management to pull the pieces together. For example, most ad agencies have an intermediary who manages the work, brokering the roles of the marketing, creative, and strategy teams. Not Lippincott. We have found that this can be more of a separator than a connector, even a barrier to collaboration. For us, there are two broad skill sets—strategy and design—with no buffer in between to organize them and tell them how to work together. They have to figure it out on their own.”—9 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Design Thinking, from Lippincott CEO Rick Wise