We’d like to begin this message by saying that Black lives matter. The Black Lives Matter movement has skyrocketed to the forefront by the tragic and unjust murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many more black men and women in this country and the world. Over the last few days, we’ve… Read More Gesture Stands In Solidarity With BLM.
Suicide Awareness Month is recognized annually in September. To date, an estimated 264 million globally are affected by depression. Unfortunately, this specific statistic is perpetually increasing. To bring more awareness about Suicide Awareness Month, I share a story to inspire a worldwide movement. It was July of 1995 and a few short months from turning… Read More Suicide Awareness Month
Almost everyone has experienced one of those days where they want to run out of the office, having a full-blown temper-tantrum like a five-year-old. But do they do it? Absolutely not.There is a stigma around showing emotions in the workplace. Plain and simple; you can’t do it. So, the question is: why not? The obvious… Read More Crying in the Workplace: Is It Okay?
Four months without the gym is a significant enough period to feel like the gains have been lost. Sometimes, during lockdown, it feels like the only period of physical activity we get is walking to the fridge. After a few months of that, you may start to feel antsy. You may even be missing the… Read More Stay Active… But Away From the Gym
In a world where there is no choice but to come together, there is still an indescribable amount of selfishness plaguing it. We are swarmed with “self-care” and “being an individual.” But when is it too much? Where do we draw the line between self-care and selfishness? Creating a world without true selfishness is impossible.… Read More Selfishness: A Thread
Who would have ever thought that your first semester of college would be from behind a screen? Or 6 feet away from your classmates while wearing masks? No matter how unpredictable life can be, it’s safe to assume that nobody planned to attend school under such weird circumstances. If you’re like me, the words “unprecedented… Read More New School Year, New You
Historically, flowers have always been a classic and beautiful gift for just about any occasion and recipient. A bouquet is a lovely way to show someone you’re thinking of them, and every bouquet has a different symbol or emotion attached to it. Since the 19th century, various florists have had a hand in creating the… Read More The Love Language of Flowers: What Your Bouquet REALLY Means
The recent worldwide pandemic brought on an endless amount of challenges this year. Between homeschooling, quarantine, and the new normal of masks, it has been a rough couple of months. Those who had to continue to work from home, however, had a whole other sector of difficulties. I do, however, want to acknowledge how incredibly… Read More How to Stay Motivated While Working from Home
We are currently living in the era of ‘hustle culture.’ Hustling, in and of itself, is not a bad thing– it demonstrates drive, motivation, work ethic, and immense dedication. However, it’s becoming increasingly common for people to pursue a life of endless hustle. It’s become a competition of who can be the unhealthiest and simultaneously the most… Read More Goodbye Hustle Culture, Hello Healthy Work Culture
We all know the summer of 2020 has been just short of a complete disaster with a 90% chance of sweating profusely at all times. It is imperative to constantly remind yourself that this period of immense change is how our human race evolves and improves. The heat, however, is just the icing on the… Read More Gesture these Delicious Summer Treats!
Our mission at Gesture has been to make the world smaller with one Gesture at a time. We want to build connectivity again with the people that are not only important in your life, but with anyone you want to share a special moment. What’s been keeping our mission alive is you! The everyday user,… Read More Who Is Investing In Gesture? Meet Our Everyday Investors.