Stress may cause a wide range of dreaded health problems. Needless to say, relaxing one’s mind can feel like a never-ending battle. We need to give ourselves a break!
Thus, a little downtime works wonders for nearly everyone. The idea is to give your mind and body a chance to relax and recharge.
What better way than to spend a relaxing afternoon attending a lecture on the wonderful benefits of aromatic essences hosted by Young Living Philippines, the world leader in essential oils.
Sybil Lumbab, an advocate of Young Living, led the DIY all-around blends to fit our own preferences. In the process, we discovered the pure sensory joy and power of the natural essential oils, many of which are harvested from their own Young Living farms.
Homegrown brand Seda Ayala Center Cebu recently stepped up its sustainability efforts by converting its solid waste into an environmentally-friendly fluff fuel.
Produced through shredding, compressing and packaging plastics, papers and fibers, fluff is one of the highest grades of refuse derived fuels. It serves as a natural alternative to other sources such as coal.
In Cebu, Seda Ayala Center is the first hotel to partner with GUUN Co. Ltd., a Japanese waste management company that converts plastic and solid waste into fluff fuel.
The property made the deal official through a contract signing represented by its General Manager Gwen Dela Cruz and Front Office Manager Michelle Fuentes, along with GUUN Co. Ltd.’s senior managing director Takeshi Konishi, deputy general manager Hiroshi Haraki and admin and Sales and Marketing officer Prettie Acop-Jalang.
“Seda Ayala Center Cebu is focused on eco-efficient practices in support of a clean and green environment,” said Dela Cruz. “Our partnership with GUUN enables us to realize our aim to improve our methods in uplifting and sustaining the environment.”
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