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Henry Gellis Seeks to Raise Consciousness Through Investments
Henry Gellis Seeks to Raise Consciousness Through Investments

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A Few of the Most Exciting Things to Do and See in Java, Indonesia

Outside of his responsibilities as owner of Gellis Investment Management, Henry Gellis is an avid traveler. One of the places Henry Gellis has explored is Java, Indonesia. While Java is not the largest island in Indonesia, it serves as the country’s hub for both business and culture.

Trips to Java should include some time in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, which has a terrific nightlife and some incredible shopping. Another great city to check out is Yogyakarta, which boasts some of the best dining on the island and quick access to the ruins on Mount Merapi. Visitors should also see Kraton Palace and the Water Castle.

Close to Yogyakarta is Prambanan, an ancient Hindu temple that is now designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Another breathtaking religious site is Borobudur, a 9th century structure that remains the largest Buddhist temple in the world.

Java also has some amazing natural attractions, such as the waterfalls in Baturadden, which are surrounded by a lush rainforest. Karimunjawa is the premier beach with white sands and crystalline waters.

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Five Tips for the New Vegetarian

Henry Gellis owns Gellis Investment Management, through which he invests in companies that provide services related to health, stress reduction, and nutrition. Outside of his professional life, Henry Gellis considers himself a “semi-vegetarian.” For those who are considering becoming a vegetarian or are new to the lifestyle, consider these five tips:

1. Educate Yourself - Entering into your new lifestyle blindly might make it harder to get right. Educate yourself on your food options by reading vegetarian cookbooks, recipe sites, and blogs.

2. Try New Things - Becoming a vegetarian gives you the perfect reason to push your taste buds out of their comfort zone by trying new fruits and vegetables.

3. Ask about Vegetarian Dishes - Most restaurants have at least a couple options without meat in them, and if you cannot find them on the menu, feel free to ask what options are available. You may be able to have an altered version of a meat dish to accommodate your meatless pallet.

4. Junk Food Diet - While giving up meat has its own rewards, be careful not to become a junk food vegetarian -- i.e., someone who replaces meat with candy, potato chips, and other unhealthful snacks.

5. Keep Your Comforts - If you find yourself saying things like “I would become a vegetarian, but I love burgers too much,” then consider giving up all meat, except your burgers. Depending on your goals, you may continue to allow yourself your favorite food or eventually decide to become a full vegetarian. Either way, you’ll have made a positive step forward.
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