A RIBBON-CUTTING recently took place in downtown Iron Mountain for Glow Sculpting Spa IMT. From left are Suzanne Larson, Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce executive director; Chris Hanley, chamber ambassador; Shelly Lindner of Nicolet Bank; ambassadors Alex and Sam Carey, Mark Sertich and Matt Lutz; Dr. Stephanie Wautier of Glow; ambassadors Mindy Wittock and Trisha Peterson; Jax and Jenifer Mott of Glow; ambassador Debbie Crandall; Jamie Thayer of Glow; ambassador Denise Lind; Cheryl Schorman of Glow; and ambassadors Tamara Juul, Cole Grenier and Sheyenne Skog.
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. – Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino, the only full-service waterfront resort in North Lake Tahoe, announces a new treatment menu at the award-winning Stillwater Spa & Salon. The new menu features customized treatment journeys that focus on the guest’s overall intention for their spa experience.
“We are thrilled to unveil a brand-new service menu at Stillwater Spa. The menu features holistic healing practices such as aromatherapy and Ayurveda paired with modern approaches for an elevated spa experience,” said Julie Orblych, director of spa and wellness at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino. “My talented team and I have worked hard to create a menu of spa experiences designed to focus on wellness intentions. Rather than providing a list of traditional services, the menu matches guests with the services that best fit their overall wellness goals, whether that’s finding a sense of calm
In the minors, where players often make meager salaries, Pérez said he didn’t see many players spraying themselves before games. But in the majors, everything is more, from the paychecks to the notoriety.
“You’ve got to look good,” said Astros infielder Aledmys Díaz, 31, a Cuban. “This is the show.”
Before he defected from Cuba in 2016, Gurriel said he used a cologne from the Antonio Banderas Collection — the only cologne brand he could find. In the United States, he has more options and money, so he buys more frequently. And because he plays first base, he gets visits from opponents throughout the game.
“All the players always tell me, ‘You always smell good,’” he said, laughing.
Francisco Lindor, the Mets shortstop from Puerto Rico, rotates between half a dozen scents before games and sometimes mixes them. He said that if players catch a whiff of something they like
Being in debt feels like you’re always a step behind. It doesn’t help that debt is spoken about as something that’s your fault — too much online shopping, or too many pricey pitchers of mimosas at brunch.
“In our culture, in our country, we have a lot of noise about debt,” says Lindsay Bryan-Podvin, an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based financial therapist and author of “The Financial Anxiety Solution.” “We make it mean a lot about who we are, our character, our willpower.”
In reality, debt isn’t always the result of things you can control. For example, 58% of debts in collections as of 2021 were medical debts, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Regardless of the reason you’re in debt, it hangs over everything, affecting how you feel physically and mentally, and how you interact with others. Here are stories of people who’ve tackled debt and managed the stress