Author: DeChantell Lloyd

DeChantell Lloyd

Yoga Teacher at Yogi In Da Trap, Creative Director + Owner at Living Well with DeChantell.

Lately, there’s been all this talk about Elmwood’s House of Hummus (HoH) amongst the Buffalo Rising team, vegan groups, and people who just think I love hummus more than avocados. That’s not true, but I am a little bit jealous of the Hummus Expert who appeared on BBC… dude I want that job!  I recently had an opportunity to pay a visit to HoH for the first time, along with the crew from Buffalo Vegan Drinks – an online social group that connects the vegan community through a bi-weekly happy hour. I have to admit that I thought HoH was going to be…

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Buffalo is home to the only full sensory deprivation float center in Western New York, “The Flo.” This therapeutic floatation center offers users a unique experience that’s creating a buzz around the world as a “spiritual awakening” with self. Floating is said to be the new age way to get some peace and quiet, as well as a weightless release. With the new year fast approaching, here’s a great wellness gift to calm the mind and body, especially after the rush of the holiday season. For our readers, we checked into an experience at The Flo and researched how it could…

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UberEATS has launched its standalone food delivery app in Buffalo. This app is a partnership between Uber and local restaurants to deliver an effortless food delivery service to your home, office or anywhere in-between. UberEATS will deliver right to your front door, as long as the restaurant of your choice is open. This is something of a big deal for restaurants and the community, that wants access to the food that they love, without having to dine out.  Yes, there’s a fee attached with the delivery service, but name a food delivery business that doesn’t charge for the convenience. When…

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Women networking groups are on the rise and Buffalo’s part of this growing community in which women share business advice, attend workshops, discuss finances and success tools to help them grow in entrepreneurship. As the digital space makes it easier to connect. I find that there’s a good variety of women networking groups that have representation online. The internet has made it easy to locate these groups, where you can ask business questions, avoid mistakes and share creativity. Although, I hear these groups are not easy to manage they are resourceful for business opportunities. Virtually your connected to women from…

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