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Holiday Fun with Gray Graphics

Gray Graphics is no stranger to having fun. As part of our yearly tradition, our team took some time away from our day-to-day tasks to celebrate the holiday season on Dec. 19. We ate a delicious lunch, played games ranging from musical chairs to the guessing jar, ate cake and danced the day away.

Since you're a dedicated reader of the "In Color" newsletter, we wanted to share some of our good times with you in hopes that you'll share your good times with us. Until next time, we hope we can be of service to you in 2014, and we wish you all a wonderful year.


Perfecting the social media balancing act in 2014
By Emma Fitzpatrick
Social media has now been around for years. No matter the industry, you know you have to be on social media — especially in 2014. Managing social media is a fun part of the business, but realistically, it's also one of the hardest. It seems like there's always another social media site popping up, and to stay trendy, you and your business have to be on it. How in the world can one business manage all of these sites? Balancing social media is an act you've got to learn to master quickly, before you burn out.
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The surprising truth about workplace happiness
Over the past three years, Harvard University researcher Matthew A. Killingsworth has been compiling data from users of a smartphone app called Track Your Happiness, which lets people report, in real time, how they actually feel. The most surprising result of this study is that we're most often the happiest when we're lost in what we're doing, aka being "in the zone." Conversely, we become less happy when our minds wander.
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Why successful habits are about structure, not effort
Fast Company
As the founder and CEO of Lift, a popular set-goals-and-do-them-every-day app, Tony Stubblebine is immersed in the hows and how nots of what makes for productive habits. In a recent talk with us, he shared his own secrets of productivity, like the necessity of rituals, why he found an office right next to a gym, and why putting your running shoes on is better than setting a goal of running 20 miles. An edited version of the interview is below.
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