I just arrived home from an amazing massage by Laraine at Om Holistic Health Center. The facility is in an understated small building tucked away between A & B Malibu Plumbing and Malibu Country Kitchen on Pacific Coast Highway. When you walk in the door you immediately feel the serene ambiance and hear the soft tranquil music playing. After an hour massage with Laraine I feel transformed, relaxed and renewed. My skin, soft from the all natural almond oil she uses. Next time I’m going to book a two hour massage! I highly recommend OM and currently they have a GREAT DEAL GOING ON, two massages & a chiropractic visit for $69.99/month. Click on the photo below to view their website for other discounts.
Today on caravan I saw three places. A home by Marshall Lewis on Malibu Road right on the beach,
a private charming family ranch house for lease in Malibu West
and a ranch style fixer in Sunset Mesa
Sunset Mesa is a beautiful small community between Sunset Boulevard and Topanga Boulevard on the ocean. Strict Sunset Mesa covenants, conditions and restrictions protect ocean views and have effectively prevented the mansionization that has occurred in other communities nearby. Low-trimmed trees and underground utility lines protect those views and give the neighborhood a clean, sweeping feel. (Read More about Sunset Mesa)
This is the first time this ranch style home in Sunset Mesa has been on the market. It has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, a fireplace and is a rare opportunity to create your dream ocean-view home in one of Malibu’s most sought after neighborhoods. This property has several unique features including expanded square footage, a private garden surrounded by a white picket fence and a wooden deck that over looks the entire Santa Monica bay!
Denise Gieser 310)418-9266
Madame de Florian, a socialite and an actress, fled to the south of France during the second world war in 1942 and never returned. The apartment was left untouched for over 70 years.
(story by Belloblog.com)
Pop star Katy Perry may have already achieved a New Year’s resolution. Since finalizing her divorce from British comedian Russell Brand in July 2012, she’s been ready to move on. But until now, she’s still had the keys to the Spanish-style estate the couple lived in together.
It’s impossible to go an entire year without navigating through some challenges — but despite any setbacks, many are approaching 2014 with an optimistic outlook. Almost 50 percent of Americans believe their fortunes will improve in the new year. Is 2014 going to be the year of positivity?
According to some experts, happiness is a choice that we can make — not something that is entirely influenced by external circumstances. By simply deciding to be happy, we can adopt and live out a more positive life. So instead of making resolutions to accomplish specific things (be honest: is that gym membership going to be the onlything that will make you happy next year?), setting a goal to make 2014 your most positive year yet is more attainable than you think.
Below find eight ways to practice more positivity in 2014. Then tell us in the comments, what are some positive habits you’re planning to adopt in the new year?
Research proves that going outside helps reduce stress, increases your levels of serotonin and elevates your mood.
Little kids can have the best outlooks on life.
Pet ownership has been proven to boost happiness and banish stress. Thanks, Fido!
Facebook, texting, Twitter, Snap Chat… we’re bombarded with information daily — and not all of it is good. Studies have shown that spending time on social media can actually make us feel lonely and bad about ourselves. Turn off that computer and let yourself be happy.
Gratitude can help you focus on the positive aspects in your life. Send a thank you note to someone you care about, just because. You’ll feel happier for it.
Aside from their unconventional health benefits, good books can put your mind in another place — perhaps, even, a positive place.
Ever notice how when you’re grooving to your favorite tune or screaming lyrics as you drive down the road, your mood elevates? Turns out that’s no coincidence. Studies have shown that singing and dancing can be an instant, positive mood booster.