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To 2017, a Year of Intentions

To 2017, a Year of Intentions

The ending of each year brings with it the promise of a new beginning. The possibilities appear limitless, new hopes resting on the horizon with renewed energy behind them. In 2016, we saw the launch of The Global Creator, from idea to concept to actual online platform, and we hope to see those seeds planted grow and blossom in the year ahead.

There's a popular New Years trend of choosing one word, as a mantra or intention, and focusing only on creating more of that thing in your life for the next 12 months. For us, that word is simple: connection.

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Pocket Guide: Miami for the Inner Artist

Pocket Guide: Miami for the Inner Artist

Miami has a reputation as one of the hottest destinations around, and it’s not just because of the weather. In this Pocket Guide post, we’re opening our little black book of addresses to share with you the hidden gems of one of Miami’s most artistic neighborhoods: Wynwood.

Stay downtown for better accommodations, but spend the days (and nights) getting a taste for the truly creative vibe of the city...

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Maker's Story: Leah Harrington of Whole Apothecary

Maker's Story: Leah Harrington of Whole Apothecary

“I felt like it was ingrained in me from a very young age,” she recalls. Her mother, a native of Bolivia, always had a garden, and leaned towards holistic remedies for those littles aches, pains and sicknesses when she was growing up. She remembers being drawn to her mother’s library of herbal books, spending hours flipping through the well-loved pages. Her family still in South America shares the same affinity of herbal healing, so it would be safe to say it’s in her blood.

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A Letter from the Founder

A Letter from the Founder

I remember that feeling... the one before my first big international venture. The thoughts I had, wondering what it would be like once I got there. Would the sky still be the same shade of blue? The smells like they are at home? Would anything be familiar at all?

Little did I know, at age 20, that this flight to London would be the first of many...

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