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Kristina Bacchiocchi: Turning a lifestyle into a business

ROCHESTER — For some, essential oils may seem like a fad. But for Kristina Bacchiocchi, they’re a lifestyle.

Bacchiocchi owns and operates A Happy Healthy Start Day Care in Rochester, and in the same building, has recently opened an essential oils shop. Essential oils are natural, distilled oils which carry the fragrance of the plant or other source from which they are drawn.

Those two businesses may not appear to have much overlap, but both revolve around one thing: a holistic lifestyle.

The daycare uses essential oil-based products in lieu of typical cleaners and fragrances, which Bacchiocchi said are “full

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The St. Joe Company Releases the Summer/Fall Issue of “Watersound Lifestyle,” the Watersound Club Member Magazine | Business

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug 2, 2021–

The St. Joe Company (NYSE: JOE) (“St. Joe”) releases the summer/fall issue of “Watersound Lifestyle,” the Watersound Club member magazine.

The biannual magazine provides insight into club amenities and shines a light on interesting stories from the community. In this issue, readers can learn about the ongoing expansion of Watersound Club amenities, meet the professional golfer sporting the Watersound Club logo as he makes the rounds and catch up on the progress on the reconstruction of two regional marinas as they get closer to opening.

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Shaina’s lifestyle change amid pandemic inspires business

Shaina Magdayao said that the “new normal” setup in showbiz work has forced her to adjust her lifestyle.

With more restrictions in bubble filming, the FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano actress said she had to make some changes in her life, including the things that she uses.

She said she had to stash away designer bags and went for customized ones that were more about function than form and more importantly, useful and practical in this time of pandemic.

This eventually gave the self-confessed OC (obsessive-compulsive) the idea to partner with her high school friend and makeup artist Niki Medina and start

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Why U.S. Business Trends Suggest the Pandemic Changed Far Less Than Predicted About the Art Market (and Other Insights)

Every Wednesday morning, Artnet News brings you The Gray Market. The column decodes important stories from the previous week—and offers unparalleled insight into the inner workings of the art industry in the process.

This week, deciding it’s time to revise our priors…

 

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Between spring and fall 2020, pundits and professionals across industries (including the arts) entertained visions of a future radically restructured by the aftermath of COVID-19. About a year later, however, the trends shaping post-pandemic reality in major U.S. cities are looking an awful lot like the same ones that were already in progress before the

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Lloyd Taco owner butts heads with city over outdoor music on Elmwood | Business Local

Both sides appear to be digging in their heels.

“I’m not going to commit to acoustic music only. I don’t know what kind of bands we’ll have,” Cimino told the Buffalo Planning Board Monday night, as he sought support for a special-use permit from the city.

“Then you’re not going to get approval,” responded board member Horace Gioia, who was open to the idea of starting to make an exception to the city’s longtime policy.






Lloyd owners Pete Cimino, in blue shirt, and Chris Dorsaneo, in blue hat and light gray pullover, speak with reporters about the social media controversy

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Are your favourite fashion brands using forced labour? | Business and Economy News

The global fashion and retail industry’s reliance on producing quick-turnaround goods at a low cost through outsourcing and complex, globalised supply chains has allowed forced labour to thrive, workers’ rights advocates warn, claiming that major fashion brands profiting from the model seem reluctant to change.

The apparel sector employs over 60 million workers worldwide, according to the World Bank Group. And while 97 percent of fashion and retail brands have codes of conduct and corporate social responsibility (CSR) standards, such policies are neither effective in preventing forced labour nor in ensuring remedy outcomes for workers, according to advocacy group

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