Who doesn't love a Grand View?! GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET that is!!! I was recently told that I must check this place out, and I'm so glad I did... I love exploring new places and stumbling upon hidden gems. Also, since I spend a great deal of time working from my laptop, it is ideal to have places like this to retreat to. I enjoy grabbing a treat and a seat, where I can enjoy the lovely breeze and be amongst good company! GPM has a very modern appeal, as it sits curbside amidst the Warehouse District in West Palm Beach. The space is comprised of 14 individual vendors providing unique experiences in shopping and casual dining. They also host private parties, weddings, private lunches/dinners,

Health, Wealth + Wisdom

What if you could transform yourself in just one day? What if you could get clarity on the biggest challenges in your life? What if you could create a more loving, supportive, joyful relationship? What if, in just one day, you could shift your perspective into one that supports you in being who you are truly meant to be? Spectrum Wellness 360 is bringing you the best in health, wellness, + conscious entertainment on May 5th, in South Beach, Miami! We plan to host preeminent industry specialists to lead exhilarating and informative discussions on topics that are relevant to our LGBT community. You start the day with some reflection and mindful meditation. We then begin intention setting and m


The human brain is such a phenomenon, and well worth admiring, but for now we will focus on the Pituitary Gland + Pineal Gland. The endocrine system consists of various glands situated in different parts of the body and each gland produces different hormones which regulate the activity of other organs and tissues in the body. These hormones are released directly into the blood through the relevant gland. The pituitary gland is called the ‘master gland’ as the hormones it produces control so many different processes in the body. It senses the body’s needs and sends signals to different organs and glands throughout the body to regulate their function and maintain an appropriate environment. It

More Serotonin Please!

We all want more! But, how do we get it...? Well, I'll tell ya! First, let's dive into what serotonin is and why it's so important. Serotonin is a compound present in blood platelets and serum that constricts the blood vessels and acts as a neurotransmitter. Low serotonin levels have been linked to depression. Serotonin is an important chemical in the human body. It is believed to help regulate mood and social behavior, appetite and digestion, sleep, memory, and sexual desire + function. It sends signals between your nerve cells. Serotonin plays an essential role in: Health of Mucus Membranes in Stomach + Intestines Appetite Regulation Body Temperature Tone of Blood Vessels Perception of Pai

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