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PSG Book Club: “The Power” by Naomi Alderman

By PSG Book Club|2020-02-24T15:39:57-05:00April 11th, 2019|

Title: The Power Author: Naomi Alderman Average PSG Rating: 4.3/5 Favorite Quote: “One of them says, ‘Why did they do it?’ . . . And the other answers, ‘Because they could.’ That is the only answer there ever is.” March was a long month (winter packed its bags then decided to stay a little longer), but that gave the PSG Book Club more [...]

PSG Book Club: “Life After Life” by Kate Atkinson

By Kate Carroll|2019-04-11T09:59:49-04:00March 7th, 2019|

FEBRUARY Title: Life After Life Author: Kate Atkinson Average PSG Rating: 3.875/5 Favorite Quote: “Sylvie’s knowledge, like Izzie’s, was random yet far-ranging, ‘The sign that one has acquired one’s learning from reading novels rather than an education.’” Although the PSG Book Club was a little behind this month (we blame February) we’re excited to reveal our thoughts on our second pick—Life After Life [...]

PSG Book Club: “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens

By PSG Book Club|2019-04-11T10:00:29-04:00January 17th, 2019|

New year, same resolution. When we realized that each of us had plans to read more in 2019, the PSG Book Club was born. Eager readers all, we got started right away. Each member was given three slips of paper to write down their book suggestions, then we mixed them all in a bowl for drawing. We drew our first title in December [...]

PSG Favorites: Candy

By Jamaica Stuart|2018-12-11T11:35:27-05:00December 11th, 2018|

Here at PSG, we have a bit of a collective sweet tooth. Personally, I like chocolate—the darker the better—especially with add-ins like candied ginger or salted almonds. Here are some other favorite candies around the office: Angie loves Kit Kats, but Twix are a close second. Annette likes Cadbury Creme Eggs so much that for her ninth wedding anniversary her husband got her [...]

PSG Summerfest 2018

By Publishing Solutions Group|2018-09-18T11:56:51-04:00September 17th, 2018|

For our summer outing this year, Lori surprised the PSG team with something new—an escape room! With our matching “PSG Summer Escape 2018” shirts on and our limo (!!) ready to hit the road, we headed into the heart of the city to Trapology Boston. The staff split into two teams to solve riddles in two different rooms. One team had to escape [...]

Namaste! PSG’s Weekly Yoga Sessions

By Monica Petrucci|2018-11-08T09:54:22-05:00August 7th, 2018|

When I first started my internship at PSG, I was thrilled to find out that I would be interning on the same days that the office does yoga. Since Lori, our president and CEO, also owns CrossFit Exclamation—her gym that’s conveniently attached to PSG’s offices—we’re lucky enough to have hour-long yoga sessions twice a week. Julie, our fantastic yoga instructor, always provides a class [...]

PSG’s Favorite Cups of Joe

By Monica Petrucci|2018-07-12T13:55:09-04:00July 10th, 2018|

Behind every great professional is a great source of caffeine. One of the reasons I work as a barista is for the endless supply of free coffee—I basically need it to survive. Most of the staff at PSG feel the same way, but all of us take our coffee a little differently. Personally, I usually take mine black—hot or iced depending on the [...]

The Great Debate: Pens vs. Pencils

By Alex Belloli|2018-11-02T15:38:18-04:00February 13th, 2018|

Which is better: pens or pencils? It’s a controversy that has been plaguing academia for centuries. Math teachers often tout pencils as superior due to the paramountcy of the eraser. But does the ability to erase mistakes always translate to preference? Well, here at PSG, that doesn’t seem to be the case: Melina prefers writing with a Sharpie ink pen because of the [...]

Cookie Swap: Sweet Treats at PSG

By Trina Scuderi|2018-11-02T15:27:16-04:00January 23rd, 2018|

Every year for the holidays, I’ll bake hundreds of cookies. For two full days, every flat surface in my house will be covered with ingredients, baking trays, dough, and freshly baked cookies. It hasn’t always been such a big production at my house. It all started with one cookie: Walnut Cups. I learned how to make them from my aunt, who was more than [...]

Intern Spotlight: Meet Alison

By Publishing Solutions Group|2018-11-09T10:34:58-05:00January 14th, 2018|

As far back as I can remember, I’ve been the modest bookworm type. Always the soft-spoken one and often referred to as “quiet Alison,” it’s taken me awhile to accept and embrace my introvert’s personality. Although I’ll never be the life of the party, I like to think of myself as a highly thoughtful and empathetic person. Despite heavy and longtime involvement in [...]

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