7 Quick and Healthy Breakfasts to Make Your Morning Easier [LIST]

Are you always in a hurry during the morning? Eager to get to work and start but also rushing around to find where you put your car keys and fix breakfast? You dedicated is commended and Atlantic Solutions might have a way to help you ease some of the morning burdens. They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so Atlantic Solutions put together a list of 7 easy-to-make and healthy breakfasts that will be sure to speed up your morning and make it easy to leave for work on time. Enjoy!

1. Peanut butter and banana toast. Simply stick some bread in the toaster, wait till it’s ready, spread peanut butter and sliced banana on top, wrap in a napkin and eat it on the go!

2. Make an easy breakfast sandwich to go using an egg, hot sauce, a few slices of bacon, whatever else you’d like to add or take away and take it to go.

3. Make oatmeal savory by adding salt and pepper instead of cinnamon and sugar. You could melt some cheese over the top and add bacon or some other kind of meat.

4. Avocado toast. This classic only uses a half an avocado, some chile pepper, salt, and pepper. It’s easy to wrap up for an on-the-go breakfast and even easier to make. Just spread the pitted avocado over the toast, add your toppings, maybe a dash of lemon juice and you’re good to go.

5. Grab two toaster waffles, toast them, spread peanut butter and jelly on each side and voila! you have a peanut butter and jelly waffle sandwich

6. Eggs in a pepper, all you need are eggs and some fresh peppers. Cut open the peppers and crack an egg into the center, fry the egg to your personal preference and you have a little edible to-go cup for a savory and healthy breakfast meal.

7. Berry and Yogurt Smoothie. Just put yogurt, milk, berries and maybe some protein powder into a blender and enjoy this light breakfast that can easily be taken to go.

We hope this provided some inspiration for how to make the mornings that much easier and your breakfast that much healthier. Have a good breakfast from all of us at Atlantic Solutions!!!

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10 Fun Facts You Never Knew About The Holidays

The holiday season is swiftly approaching and all of us at Atlantic Solutions (Somerset, NJ) are looking forward to celebrating with our families the season of good tidings and cheer. While we are all familiar with the usual traditions of Christmastime, we thought we’d learn a bit more about the lesser known facts of this wonderful time of the year. For your reading pleasure, Atlantic Solutions has collected 10 facts you may not have known about the tradition of Christmastime.

1. It is thought that Germany was one of the first places where evergreen branches were used in solstice ceremonies to represent the return of spring after a long winter.

2. Christmas trees became popular after the marriage of Germany’s Prince Albert to Queen Victoria. The pair were painted in front of a Christmas tree, brought by Prince Albert, and they became instantly popular once the public saw the decorated tree.

3. Rudolph the red-nose reindeer was invented by the monopoly retail company Montgomery Ward as a way to get children to purchase coloring books. The incentive being Rudolph’s red nose.


4. The song “White Christmas,” is the best-selling song ever recorded.

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5. The Poinsettia flower, a popular Christmas decoration, is originally from Mexico.

6. Artificial Christmas trees have outsold actual live Christmas trees since 1991. No needle cleanup!

7. President Franklin Pierce was the first person to decorate an official White House Christmas tree.

8. Scientists did the math and determined that Santa Claus would have to visit 822 homes per second, traveling at 650 miles per second to deliver all the world’s presents in one night.

9. “Wassailing” means toasting neighbors to goodwill and the blessing of a long life.

10. The word Noel, used commonly in Christmas songs, comes from the French expression, “Les Bonnes Nouvelles,” which translates to good news.

We hope these facts have sparked your interest and gotten you as excited for Christmas as we are at Atlantic Solutions. From everyone at Atlantic Solutions we truly wish you a season full of celebration, happiness, joy and close family traditions.

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Fun Events in New York City [HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM ATLANTIC SOLUTIONS!]

December is here and with the holiday season comes all the fun events throughout the New York City area, only an hour away from us! Atlantic Solutions put together a fun list of some of the events going on throughout December that are easy to get to and super exciting to be a part of. So get our your calendar and keep reading!

    1. Check out the Bryant Park Winter Village where there are beautiful lights and ice skating, open through March.  
    2. For a classic Christmas tradition, purchase tickets to the Radio City Spectacular, a wild night of high kicks and classic Christmas music. It’s well worth the experience. 
    3. The Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting ceremony is one for the picture books. Try and make a weekend of it and head into New York City to see this glorious tree.  
    4. Looking for Christmas gifts? Check out the Grand Bazaar on the Upper West Side. This menagerie of different local artists and craftsmen is the perfect place to find those last minute gifts, open until the 24th of December.  
    5. Classic Harbor Cruises are beautiful in December, with all of New York City lit up and beautiful. Check out the holiday deals for Cocoa and Carols, Holiday Wine Tasting and much more. More details available here.  
    6. Check out the famous window displays, stores like Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, and Macy’s that go all out to celebrate the holiday spirit and commercialism.

7. If you want a very New York experience, purchase a bus ticket for The Ride. The Ride is unlike any other bus, with LED Screens and full glass windows to see the sights of New York. Get on this and it will take you all around the best lit holiday scenery that New York City has to offer, including The Empire State Building, Schubert Alley, 42nd Street, Broadway Row, Carnegie Hall, and Columbus Circle.

As you can see, there is no end to the opportunities that New York City has to offer during this magical time of the year. Atlantic Solutions is lucky to be so close to all of these events and we plan to head out with some of our work friends to see at least a few of these fun things. From all of us at Atlantic Solutions, we hope your holiday season is the best it can be.

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America’s Haunted Houses [HAPPY ALMOST HALLOWEEN!] 🎃

Octoburrrr is here and the chill is in the air. Atlantic Solutions loves Halloween and every scary movie that has to do with this chilling holiday. Speaking of chilling, have you ever checked out the most haunted places in America? Look no further, Atlantic Solutions has compiled a list for your enjoyment. Hang with a friend if you’re easily scared and let’s read about some of the most haunted places in all of America.

  1. We’ll start with place not very far from us. Seabrook-Wilson House in Monmouth County, NJ is also known as the “Spy House.” Given that name because the owners used to get the redcoats drunk and pass along information to the rebels. After the house had stood for many years people began to report vivid tales of ghosts and espionage in the house’s history.

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  2. The Whaley House in San Diego, CA is dubbed America’s most haunted house. Supposedly their have been ghosts roamed its hallways since it was built.

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  3. The Joshua Ward House in Salem, MA. This house was apparently built atop the land of Mr. George Corwin who was a judge during the salem witch trails. A Screen Shot 2017-07-07 at 1.17.59 PMblack lady was frequently sighted throughout the property. She was actually caught on camera once, and many people still debate if the photo is a hoax or not.

  4. The Queen Anne Hotel in San Francisco, CA was originally a girls’ finishing school called The Mary Lake School for Girls. The headmistress was so devastated upon its closing that it is said she roams the halls to this day.

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  5. The Lizzy Borden Murder House in Fall River, MA is where young Lizzy Borden murdered her parents, who haunt the house until the end of time.

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  6. The Amityville Horror House, located in Long Island, NY was renowned for the paranormal experiences of the Lutz family who moved into the house in the 1970’s only to find out that there had been a family murdered there. They moved out of the house very quickly.

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We hope we didn’t scare you too badly! From everyone at Atlantic Solutions we hope you have a very spooky, enjoyable Halloween season, and stay away from haunted houses!