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Florida ranks among most stressed out states in U.S.

November 6th, 2018

By Jeff Tavss – Executive Producer @ Local10.com A new study shows Florida… you know, “The Sunshine State”… is one of the most stressed out states in the entire U.S. We’ll give you a second to finish pulling out your hair over the extra work your boss just dumped on your desk to fully grasp…

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The happy city experiment | TEDxVancouver

November 6th, 2018

Charles Montgomery explores what happens when you take an abandon city space in NYC and populate it with urban social experiments. The outcomes are unexpected as city dwellers explore this public space, interact with each other, and change their attitudes towards social connections, values, and each other. Via: YouTube

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300 block of Clematis Street reopens

November 6th, 2018

Mayor Jeri Muoio, the City of West Palm Beach and the West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (WPB CRA) officially unveiled the new look of Clematis Street on Thursday, November 1. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and street-party celebration began at 5 p.m. Everyone was invited to enjoy a family-friendly celebration with live music, giveaways and more. Downtown business on…

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Retail Therapy: Health Conscious Consumers Drive the Market

November 6th, 2018

By Lynn Dehlinger, Sr. Economic Development Manager/Broker Associate/ICSC P3 Florida Chair, Private Sector (10/31/2018) As everyday consumers push the health-and-wellness movement from the earthy-crunchy margins to the mainstream, retailers are going beyond just selling Fitbit wellness trackers and organic, gluten-free bread. Ushering in the next wave of healthy-living consumerism, merchants are taking on the overtones…

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How to stop city life from stressing you out

November 6th, 2018

(CNN) Stand-still traffic, air pollution, crowded streets, endless gray sidewalks. Sound familiar? This is just a glimpse of what life can be like when living in a big city, so it comes as no surprise that people regularly get stressed out. But the problem may go deeper. Some studies have shown that city dwellers may have…

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#DidYouKnow? According to a presidential proclamation by President George W. Bush, each person in #America produces about four pounds of #waste every day!

Each year on November 15, millions of people across the #UnitedStates take part in #AmericaRecyclesDay! Use this special day to build awareness of the importance of #recycling, and to increase it. The #world will thank you for it. Even if you practice recycling today, there is probably more you can do. We encourage you to look around at home, at work, or in school, to identify ways you can practice recycling. Take an active role in your #city inspiring others to recycle, too.

Read the following article to learn how some #cities #Reduce, #ReUse, #Recycle… #Rethink and Re-invent themselves in order to improve #sustainability ➡ www.rma.us.com/how-cities-are-rethinking-and-saving-recycling/

#ChangeTheWorld! #DoBeautifulThings
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Veteran’s Day is a day to honor all who have served in the armed forces. We thank the veterans from all eras for serving our country and protecting our freedom! We urge each of you to tell a veteran “thank you” today.

#VeteransDay2018 🇺🇸
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Recently career website Zippia released it's 10 Most Stressed Out States list, and #Florida is ranked #3.

When #stress reaches an unmanageable level it turns “chronic.” That’s when we become vulnerable to its damaging effects such as health problems and loss of productivity. In the U.S., stress affects more than 100 million people. The leading causes? Money tops the list, followed by work, family and relationships. By one estimate, workplace-related stress alone costs society more than $300 billion per year.

During the #NationalStressAwarenessDay we would like to share with you a few ways to combat #City Stress
➡️ www.cnn.com/2016/10/11/health/reducing-stress-in-the-city-can-improve-mental-health/index.html

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