A New Class of Consumers Is Changing the Luxury-Goods Market {A New Class of Consumers Is Changing the Luxury-Goods Market} – English

A New Class of Consumers Is Changing the Luxury-Goods Market {A New Class of Consumers Is Changing the Luxury-Goods Market} – English

For the world’s top luxury brands, business has been good in recent years. Increasingly, this growth is coming from a new crop of consumers.

Despite a slowdown in several major global markets, the outlook for luxury brands remains strong. The latest Global Powers of Luxury Goods, an annual report published by Deloitte, finds that the aggregated revenue of the top 100 luxury-goods companies topped $247 billion in FY 2017 (the latest data available). That reflects a nearly 11-percent growth in year-over-year sales.

Between 2015 and 2017, the growth rate in this market segment exceeded five percent—which likely would have been higher but was pulled down by a lackluster performance in 2016, which logged only a one-percent increase for the year.

According to the report, the minimum revenue threshold to enter the list of the world’s top 100 luxury-goods companies was $218 million, up $7 million from the previous year. The average company size on the list was $2.47 billion.

Once again, the ten largest companies accounted for the lion’s share of the total luxury-good sales (48.2 percent) and accounted for 14.2 percent of composite sales growth.

Breaking from historic trends, recent growth in the luxury markets is being driven more and more by younger, digitally-savvy consumers, the Deloitte report notes. Unlike older generations, these high-earners-not-rich-yet, or “HENRYs,” are seeking inclusive, personalized and self-expressive products and experiences. And it has brands scrambling to cater to a shifting consumer base.

“Companies are re-examining the value of brand heritage and brand history for their new customers and are adopting an omni-personal approach, focusing solely on the consumer, even prior to channel identification,” Deloitte’s analysis states.

“In this path between the old and the new, companies are faced with consumers’ increasing sensitivity towards privacy, but are trying to convert it into an opportunity to offer more personalized products and services to their customer base.”

This younger consumer demographic is moving luxury brands away from traditional marketing strategies, which emphasized legacy and company history, to instead prioritize lifestyle and personal touchpoints. Not surprisingly, the shift has directed companies to social media, greater online presences and peer-to-peer and experiential marketing.

“Long established luxury brands face a new reality,” Deloitte reports. “The reality is that ‘new’ luxury consumers only care about the brands that have created value for them in the last 24 hours.”

As more Gen-X and Millennial consumers move into the luxury space it’s likely these trends will accelerate further. That provides a real opportunity for shrewd brands to connect with new audiences—if they can navigate the change. It also provides a challenge for long-established brands to reinvent themselves to stay relevant.

Wherever brands find themselves in the equation, all signs point to a healthy luxury-goods markets rife for continued growth. But that may change over the long-term as younger consumers gravitate towards purchases that reflect their lifestyles and interests.

Blockchain Is Rapidly Disrupting Traditional Sales Models {Blockchain Is Rapidly Disrupting Traditional Sales Models} – English

Blockchain Is Rapidly Disrupting Traditional Sales Models {Blockchain Is Rapidly Disrupting Traditional Sales Models} – English

Once a relatively obscure technology, blockchain has quickly moved into the mainstream. Yet, for most consumers, it’s still ambiguous territory.

Originally designed as the foundations of Bitcoin, a digital currency, blockchain has quickly grown into a system to securely trace transactions of nearly every variety. Today, the technology is creating its own markets and disrupting business models, from food supply chains to renewable energy deployment.

“What the Internet did for communications, I think blockchain will do for trusted transactions,” Ginni Rometty, CEO of IMB, tweeted in 2017. Indeed, blockchain in its many different forms is reinventing how business is done, from consumer purchases to international trade.

Blockchain originated as the foundations of crypto-currencies like Bitcoin.

Nearly 70 percent of commercial banks are currently experimenting with blockchain technology—which could return as much as $12 billion in savings to financial institutions, according to experts. At least 14 countries are exploring the possibility of introducing official crypto-currencies. Last year, businesses spent $2.1 billion on blockchain solutions, and the market is expected to be worth $20 billion by 2024.

Yet for many consumers, blockchain remains something of an enigma. Fortunes have been quickly made and just as quickly lost in volatile crypto-currency markets, which are often conflated with blockchain, and, as a result, often the latter is considered with some skepticism.

So, what is this new technology, and what are the implications for everyday consumers?  

“Blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value,” write Don and Alex Tapscott, authors of Blockchain Revolution.

In simpler terms, blockchain provides an “immutable” ledger—or a record that cannot be changed—that captures and verifies transactions along a supply chain. There are few or no transaction costs due to the nature of the technology.

Data in the blockchain is managed by a collective system rather than a single entity, which provides transparency to authenticate information. Blocks of data are then secured and bound to each other, providing an accounting of each step of the transaction.

Blockchain provides a secure, “immutable” ledger of transactions.

Simple as that may sound, it has huge implications. Consider food supply, for example. As Forbes reported last year, 10 major food companies plan to introduce blockchain systems that will allow consumers to trace their food from farm to grocery aisle. The system may help companies to more effectively isolate contamination outbreaks and reduce transactions costs, which could mean big changes for an industry that operates on thin margins.

In many industries, blockchains are already being employed. From automobiles to real estate, blockchain technologies are helping to verify information, reduce processing time and cutting transaction costs. This year Louis Vuitton owner LVMH announced a blockchain project that promises to “set a new standard in the world of luxury.”

The system will help ensure the authenticity of products, which is a serious concern of customers. Eighty-three percent of consumers reported concerns that a brand-name product may be counterfeit, according to a recent study. In China, on of the biggest luxury-goods markets, 95 percent of respondents expressed those concerns.

The World Economic Forum forecasts that 10 percent of global GDP will be stored on blockchain by the end of 2025. Even the U.S. Treasury has signaled that the technology needs to be recognized, which will require additional oversight and testing.

Today, new blockchain initiatives are launched daily. And it’s not just tech specialists working in dark rooms—it’s major governments, multi-national businesses and organizations and even everyday individuals.

Like any emerging technology, questions continue to arise nearly as fast as the systems evolve. How should blockchain be regulation. What are its susceptibilities? What is the impact on personal privacy? Those often are not easily answered, nor is evidence always readily apparent. What’s certain is that blockchain technology is rapidly changing the traditional transaction paradigm, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down.

Art of Home Staging {Kunst der Heiminszenierung} – German

Art of Home Staging – English

When it comes to art for staging homes, it’s about creating an atmosphere that will inspire buyers and capture the essence of the home. The best art for home staging will complement the home it’s placed in while not distracting from the home itself. Art will enhance each space and help bring out the best features of the home, serving the overall story of the property. It’s not just about solving a design problem, but much more about presenting a lifestyle to prospective buyers.

Through Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates partnership with Heather James Fine Art, we can enhance space and help bring the best features of a property, serving the overall story of the property. The right art for homes can make everything come alive and feel truly complete.

Heather James Fine Art is dedicated to bringing world class art and service to clients and museums around the globe with a rare look into art history’s past and present featuring fine artwork by premier Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary artists. Offering white glove service in logistical, curatorial, and financial services, Heather James can help you fill your new home, sell artworks, or hang and store your current collection. Additionally, Heather James Fine Art offers first-class curated experiences such as exclusive gallery tours with premier art experts, private in gallery dining with world class chefs, and special events after hours, and more.

Operating for over 21 years, Heather James Fine Art opened a Jackson Hole gallery seven years ago, understanding the unique needs and culture of this amazing locale. Beyond Jackson Hole, WY, Heather James has galleries located in Palm Desert, CA and New York, NY, with consultancies in Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL and Austin, TX.

Shedding Light on Home Lighting and Health {家庭の照明と健康の光を放つ} – Japanese

The lights in your home can have a huge impact on your health!

Corey Hart was on to something with his 1983 hit “Sunglasses at night”! Little did he know biohackers (people who study biology hacks for longevity and optimal health) across the globe would be wearing orange colored glasses at night. These glasses are designed to block harmful blue light that disrupts circadian rhythm and promotes ill-health when exposure is artificial and mistimed.

Before 1879, when Thomas Edison patented the electric lightbulb, people relied on candles, lanterns and fires for sources of light after the sunset. Just 3 decades ago, researchers at Harvard discovered that light in fact governs our interval clock, known as circadian rhythm. Research on light, particularly blue light has been on the rise, especially since the introduction of computers and personal electronic devices. So much so that the 2017 Nobel Prize in “Physiology or Medicine” was awarded for such research.

Here’s what we know:

  • Exposure to blue light before bedtime is linked to a 99% of melatonin suppression and up to 90 minutes of decreased duration of melatonin.
  • Melatonin is essential for restful sleep, brain health, gut health, and fertility. it is also a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
  • Melatonin production is suppressed when cortisol levels are high, particularly due to artificial lighting, stress, and late night meals or snacking, particularly high carbohydrate or sugary snacks.
  • Heart attack, asthma, arthritis, depression, diabetes & obesity instances are higher in those sleeping less than 7 hours per night.

Here’s what you can do about it:

  • Swap out LEDs for incandescent or low-voltage incandescent halogen lights or Consider a Smart Home system such as Nest or Alexa to program lighting shifts from day to night.
  • Get exposure to direct sunlight early in the morning, at times when natural sun is not available consider an indoor wide spectrum white light lamp to simulate sunlight in the morning.
  • Limit exposure to blue light after sunset, adjust computer, phone and other personal electronics to limit blue light or install apps or software such as f.lux or use apple’s “Night Shift” settings.
  • Use candle light or orange tinted lights at night, especially in bedrooms.
  • Use orange tinted, blue light blocking glasses in the evenings where blue light exists (computer/phone use).

Article created by Chelsea Kmiec, Chief Wellness Officer at Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates/Christie’s International Real Estate. Kmiec develops and implements health and wellness services exclusively for our team and clients. As clients seek the Jackson Hole lifestyle, many are also seeking to change the way they are living, and we are able to assist in achieving lifestyle and health goals. 

Staying Healthy on the Trails {البقاء بصحة جيدة على المسارات} – Arabic

Hitting the trails is a must during the beautiful Summer months. And these tips from our Chief Wellness Officer will help keep you healthy, happy, and hydrated when you’re on the trails.

Hydration – This should be your first priority, particularly if you aren’t used to exercising at higher elevations. General recommendations for water are 1 liter per hour of exercise. Instead of stopping for large gulps of water take small sips throughout the hour. And don’t forget, water can feel heavy when you carry it for long periods of time – 1 liter of water weighs almost 2 pounds.

If you don’t want to carry your water you have another option; carry a filter system such as Lifestraw or a water sterilizing pen like SteriPEN so you can drink water straight from the source. Generally, natural spring water fresh from a spring doesn’t need filtration. But filters do a great job at removing larger particles and are usually effective enough for drinking from U.S. water sources. On the other hand, a sterilizing pen can kill viruses and/ or bacteria that can’t be caught by a filter. Some people like to have both, and both are pretty lightweight.

Chemical purification tabs are an alternative to carrying equipment. Most hikers prefer Chlorine Dioxide Tablets. Plan ahead as these tablets can take between 30 minutes and 4 hours to properly purify the water.

Nutritional Support – With hydration also comes electrolyte and mineral loss. For shorter 1/2 day hikes proper mineral balance can be achieved by keeping water intake high and with some smart snack choices. Eating foods that are high in potassium and contain some salt, fat, and even a little natural sugar are great. Make your own trail mix with salted mixed nuts, fresh dates, and dried (unsweetened) coconut can for the perfect nutritious snack. If you don’t have access to any of the above supplementing with electrolyte drinks or tabs is always an option.

Nutritional bars are another great choice, but finding the right one is key. How can you tell what nutrition bar is going to be best for you? Make sure that the sugar grams are lower than protein grams, there are no added sugars or sweeteners, carbohydrates are between 25 to 45 grams per serving, and there are 10 to 25 grams of protein. For shorter hikes, protein can remain higher and carbohydrates lower, for longer hikes over 90 minutes increase carbohydrate intake and decrease protein.

Conventional wisdom says to load up on carbohydrates before a workout but a meal higher in fat will actually give you better-sustained energy. Carbohydrates can then be used for immediate energy as needed. Be sure to enjoy a healthy protein rich meal after your hike to refuel.

Bear spray, a hat, proper shoes, and sunscreen are always essential. For sunscreen, Rathna Raju, MD of Reincarnation Medical Spa recommends Elta MD sunscreen for face & body. Apply even when it feels like the sun is not out, those rays in Jackson are powerful!

As with any successful outcome, it all starts with proper planning. Knowing how many hours you’ll be active, how strenuous your activity will be, and any water sources that you’ll be near to hydrate if you choose not to carry your own water.

Article created by Chelsea Kmiec, Chief Wellness Officer at Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates/Christie’s International Real Estate. Kmiec develops and implements health and wellness services exclusively for our team and clients. As clients seek the Jackson Hole lifestyle, many are also seeking to change the way they are living, and we are able to assist in achieving lifestyle and health goals. 

Regenerative Home that Enhances Your Well-Being {Maison Régénératrice qui Améliore Votre Bien-être} – French

Regenerative Home that Enhances Your Well-Being – French


Beyond Green Design, a regenerative home that enhances your well-being.

Homes have been designated as “Green” for years, the aim of green design is sustainability, Vera Iconica Architecture, an architectural firm in Jackson, Wyoming specializing in wellness architecture, challenges us to think beyond sustainability into the world of regeneration. Posing the question “do we really want to sustain the current condition”? Suggesting that instead we think bigger and look to create design standards that give back, regenerative design does just that. Regenerative buildings live in harmony with the local ecology and can establish symbiotic relationships that allow local flora and fauna – including humans – to flourish.

It is already well documented that our environment impacts our physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and financial health, even how well we age. Environmental psychologists, neuroscientists and clinical doctors are beginning to study just how big that impact is. Additionally, products marketed as green or environmentally friendly are not always so. Product manufacturers are quick to tout the benefits of a single element of their product without appreciation for how the remaining elements interact with our environment, sometimes doing more harm than good to our health and planet.

The architecture and real estate communities can help, with education and the opening of the western mindsets to ancient wisdom and knowledge from around the globe. All of this to enrich and regenerate our environment while contributing to the enhanced well-being of those who currently share our environment and future generations.

Here are 3 small shifts you can make today to move toward well-ism in your personal environment:

1. Sync your natural Circadian Rhythms to the rhythms of the environment, this helps to balances your hormones for optimal health . Create connection to the natural color and intensity shifts of daylight, by waking up and preparing for sleep away from the blue screens of digital devices. Integrate candlelight in your morning and evening rituals when additional light is needed.

2. Nourish your space, so it can nourish you and don’t be the only thing living in it. Bring your space to life with plants, crystals, trickling water, and essential oils. These seemingly small additions to your space can shift your mood, your ability to respond to stress, and your cognitive performance, not to mention your indoor air quality.

3. Reduce your exposure to toxins, especially unknown toxins. Unless you are cleaning with vinegar and essential oils, you are inadvertently putting chemicals into your body and the bodies of those around you. Airborne cleaning products that spray on to surfaces or aerosol products that mask smells are proliferating the air with harmful chemicals that are absorbed through your lungs, skin, and eyes. Cosmetic products, lotions, and perfumes are no different. A small amount of research and education can save your body the stress of constantly detoxifying itself and use those energy resources for your vitality and well-being.

Article by Veronica of Vera Iconica Architecture. She can be reached at veronica@veraiconicaarchitecture.com for inquires and consultations. Vera Iconica Architecture is a partner in JHREA’s wellness program; a program that develops and implements health and wellness services exclusively for our team and clients. As clients seek the Jackson Hole lifestyle, many are also seeking to change the way they are living, and JHREA is able to assist in achieving lifestyle and health goals. 

Regenerative Home that Enhances Your Well-Being {Regenerative Home that Enhances Your Well-Being} – English

Regenerative Home that Enhances Your Well-Being – English

Beyond Green Design, a regenerative home that enhances your well-being.

Homes have been designated as “Green” for years, the aim of green design is sustainability, Vera Iconica Architecture, an architectural firm in Jackson, Wyoming specializing in wellness architecture, challenges us to think beyond sustainability into the world of regeneration. Posing the question “do we really want to sustain the current condition”? Suggesting that instead we think bigger and look to create design standards that give back, regenerative design does just that. Regenerative buildings live in harmony with the local ecology and can establish symbiotic relationships that allow local flora and fauna – including humans – to flourish.

It is already well documented that our environment impacts our physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and financial health, even how well we age. Environmental psychologists, neuroscientists and clinical doctors are beginning to study just how big that impact is. Additionally, products marketed as green or environmentally friendly are not always so. Product manufacturers are quick to tout the benefits of a single element of their product without appreciation for how the remaining elements interact with our environment, sometimes doing more harm than good to our health and planet.

The architecture and real estate communities can help, with education and the opening of the western mindsets to ancient wisdom and knowledge from around the globe. All of this to enrich and regenerate our environment while contributing to the enhanced well-being of those who currently share our environment and future generations.

Here are 3 small shifts you can make today to move toward well-ism in your personal environment:

1. Sync your natural Circadian Rhythms to the rhythms of the environment, this helps to balances your hormones for optimal health . Create connection to the natural color and intensity shifts of daylight, by waking up and preparing for sleep away from the blue screens of digital devices. Integrate candlelight in your morning and evening rituals when additional light is needed.

2. Nourish your space, so it can nourish you and don’t be the only thing living in it. Bring your space to life with plants, crystals, trickling water, and essential oils. These seemingly small additions to your space can shift your mood, your ability to respond to stress, and your cognitive performance, not to mention your indoor air quality.

3. Reduce your exposure to toxins, especially unknown toxins. Unless you are cleaning with vinegar and essential oils, you are inadvertently putting chemicals into your body and the bodies of those around you. Airborne cleaning products that spray on to surfaces or aerosol products that mask smells are proliferating the air with harmful chemicals that are absorbed through your lungs, skin, and eyes. Cosmetic products, lotions, and perfumes are no different. A small amount of research and education can save your body the stress of constantly detoxifying itself and use those energy resources for your vitality and well-being.

Article by Veronica of Vera Iconica Architecture. She can be reached at veronica@veraiconicaarchitecture.com for inquires and consultations. Vera Iconica Architecture is a partner in JHREA’s wellness program; a program that develops and implements health and wellness services exclusively for our team and clients. As clients seek the Jackson Hole lifestyle, many are also seeking to change the way they are living, and JHREA is able to assist in achieving lifestyle and health goals. 

Staying Healthy on the Trails {Staying Healthy on the Trails} – English

Hitting the trails is a must during the beautiful Summer months. And these tips from our Chief Wellness Officer will help keep you healthy, happy, and hydrated when you’re on the trails.

Hydration – This should be your first priority, particularly if you aren’t used to exercising at higher elevations. General recommendations for water are 1 liter per hour of exercise. Instead of stopping for large gulps of water take small sips throughout the hour. And don’t forget, water can feel heavy when you carry it for long periods of time – 1 liter of water weighs almost 2 pounds.

If you don’t want to carry your water you have another option; carry a filter system such as Lifestraw or a water sterilizing pen like SteriPEN so you can drink water straight from the source. Generally, natural spring water fresh from a spring doesn’t need filtration. But filters do a great job at removing larger particles and are usually effective enough for drinking from U.S. water sources. On the other hand, a sterilizing pen can kill viruses and/ or bacteria that can’t be caught by a filter. Some people like to have both, and both are pretty lightweight.

Chemical purification tabs are an alternative to carrying equipment. Most hikers prefer Chlorine Dioxide Tablets. Plan ahead as these tablets can take between 30 minutes and 4 hours to properly purify the water.

Nutritional Support – With hydration also comes electrolyte and mineral loss. For shorter 1/2 day hikes proper mineral balance can be achieved by keeping water intake high and with some smart snack choices. Eating foods that are high in potassium and contain some salt, fat, and even a little natural sugar are great. Make your own trail mix with salted mixed nuts, fresh dates, and dried (unsweetened) coconut can for the perfect nutritious snack. If you don’t have access to any of the above supplementing with electrolyte drinks or tabs is always an option.

Nutritional bars are another great choice, but finding the right one is key. How can you tell what nutrition bar is going to be best for you? Make sure that the sugar grams are lower than protein grams, there are no added sugars or sweeteners, carbohydrates are between 25 to 45 grams per serving, and there are 10 to 25 grams of protein. For shorter hikes, protein can remain higher and carbohydrates lower, for longer hikes over 90 minutes increase carbohydrate intake and decrease protein.

Conventional wisdom says to load up on carbohydrates before a workout but a meal higher in fat will actually give you better-sustained energy. Carbohydrates can then be used for immediate energy as needed. Be sure to enjoy a healthy protein rich meal after your hike to refuel.

Bear spray, a hat, proper shoes, and sunscreen are always essential. For sunscreen, Rathna Raju, MD of Reincarnation Medical Spa recommends Elta MD sunscreen for face & body. Apply even when it feels like the sun is not out, those rays in Jackson are powerful!

As with any successful outcome, it all starts with proper planning. Knowing how many hours you’ll be active, how strenuous your activity will be, and any water sources that you’ll be near to hydrate if you choose not to carry your own water.

Article created by Chelsea Kmiec, Chief Wellness Officer at Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates/Christie’s International Real Estate. Kmiec develops and implements health and wellness services exclusively for our team and clients. As clients seek the Jackson Hole lifestyle, many are also seeking to change the way they are living, and we are able to assist in achieving lifestyle and health goals. 

Art of Home Staging {Art of Home Staging} – English

Art of Home Staging – English

When it comes to art for staging homes, it’s about creating an atmosphere that will inspire buyers and capture the essence of the home. The best art for home staging will complement the home it’s placed in while not distracting from the home itself. Art will enhance each space and help bring out the best features of the home, serving the overall story of the property. It’s not just about solving a design problem, but much more about presenting a lifestyle to prospective buyers.

Through Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates partnership with Heather James Fine Art, we can enhance space and help bring the best features of a property, serving the overall story of the property. The right art for homes can make everything come alive and feel truly complete.

Heather James Fine Art is dedicated to bringing world class art and service to clients and museums around the globe with a rare look into art history’s past and present featuring fine artwork by premier Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary artists. Offering white glove service in logistical, curatorial, and financial services, Heather James can help you fill your new home, sell artworks, or hang and store your current collection. Additionally, Heather James Fine Art offers first-class curated experiences such as exclusive gallery tours with premier art experts, private in gallery dining with world class chefs, and special events after hours, and more.

Operating for over 21 years, Heather James Fine Art opened a Jackson Hole gallery seven years ago, understanding the unique needs and culture of this amazing locale. Beyond Jackson Hole, WY, Heather James has galleries located in Palm Desert, CA and New York, NY, with consultancies in Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL and Austin, TX.

Shedding Light on Home Lighting and Health {Shedding Light on Home Lighting and Health} – English

The lights in your home can have a huge impact on your health!

Corey Hart was on to something with his 1983 hit “Sunglasses at night”! Little did he know biohackers (people who study biology hacks for longevity and optimal health) across the globe would be wearing orange colored glasses at night. These glasses are designed to block harmful blue light that disrupts circadian rhythm and promotes ill-health when exposure is artificial and mistimed.

Before 1879, when Thomas Edison patented the electric lightbulb, people relied on candles, lanterns and fires for sources of light after the sunset. Just 3 decades ago, researchers at Harvard discovered that light in fact governs our interval clock, known as circadian rhythm. Research on light, particularly blue light has been on the rise, especially since the introduction of computers and personal electronic devices. So much so that the 2017 Nobel Prize in “Physiology or Medicine” was awarded for such research.

Here’s what we know:

  • Exposure to blue light before bedtime is linked to a 99% of melatonin suppression and up to 90 minutes of decreased duration of melatonin.
  • Melatonin is essential for restful sleep, brain health, gut health, and fertility. it is also a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
  • Melatonin production is suppressed when cortisol levels are high, particularly due to artificial lighting, stress, and late night meals or snacking, particularly high carbohydrate or sugary snacks.
  • Heart attack, asthma, arthritis, depression, diabetes & obesity instances are higher in those sleeping less than 7 hours per night.

Here’s what you can do about it:

  • Swap out LEDs for incandescent or low-voltage incandescent halogen lights or Consider a Smart Home system such as Nest or Alexa to program lighting shifts from day to night.
  • Get exposure to direct sunlight early in the morning, at times when natural sun is not available consider an indoor wide spectrum white light lamp to simulate sunlight in the morning.
  • Limit exposure to blue light after sunset, adjust computer, phone and other personal electronics to limit blue light or install apps or software such as f.lux or use apple’s “Night Shift” settings.
  • Use candle light or orange tinted lights at night, especially in bedrooms.
  • Use orange tinted, blue light blocking glasses in the evenings where blue light exists (computer/phone use).

Article created by Chelsea Kmiec, Chief Wellness Officer at Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates/Christie’s International Real Estate. Kmiec develops and implements health and wellness services exclusively for our team and clients. As clients seek the Jackson Hole lifestyle, many are also seeking to change the way they are living, and we are able to assist in achieving lifestyle and health goals.