Does Your Child Have Food Sensitivities?

When I started having kids, I envisioned a life full of morning snuggles, play dates, trips to the park or the zoo, birthday parties with pastel colors and balloons…. Those wonderful days came, and they happened often!  What I didn’t see coming were the seemingly endless sleepless nights. the projectile vomiting infant, the toddler with chronic eczema, the elementary school and…

Finding Balance

Our kids are bombarded by messages, images, media and other unseen pressures that can cause confusion, frustration, and upheavals in behavior.  At school, teachers and administrators can be important resources for students as they face the big bad world. In this year’s annual round-up of private schools in Atlanta, we asked about the resources available to kids to help manage…

Pool Heaven

The Rain Curtains are the focal point in this project at a home in Duluth. Two waterfalls have a sheer decent, with a solid sheet of water flowing at three different speeds. On the lowest speed, the water is slower and looks and sounds just like rain - reassuring, calming, mesmerizing.  When the sun sinks over the horizon after a warm…

OM at Home

Grey Owl Mind-Body Studio in Johns Creek offers a variety of adult, kids and family classes including mat yoga, aerial yoga, qigong/tai chi, meditation, dance and family yoga. We asked them to share a few of their favorite poses.

Drink up

 Water makes up about 60% of our body weight so staying adequately hydrated is a primary building block in any health and wellness plan.  Every cell, tissue, and organ in our bodies need water to function properly. Whether you’re an athlete or are just going through daily life, the water that we drink and/or consume through fruits and vegetables is what…

An Inspired Summer

Annalise Bernardino of Johns Creek is the oldest of three girls, each three years apart: Annalise, Allie and Ava. Their bond is strong, and as the oldest, Annalise, is a natural caretaker. That role was amplified when her youngest sister, Ava, was diagnosed in utero with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and pulmonary vein stenosis – not one, but two rare and serious…

When Giving Means Growing

A little over one year ago, creating this new chapter of Young Men’s Service League was just an idea.  It quickly grew as mothers and sons who wanted to serve together to impact their community signed up. We launched with the Class of 2021 and 2022 and have served more than 2500 hours this year. Sixteen young men earned a…

A Beautiful Friendship

Polo in the Pines is an annual charity polo event founded by Tina Fowler and family, held on October 5 and 6,  benefiting Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, for pediatric cancer research. The seventh annual event and will be full of amazing additions such as a Veuve Cliquot sponsorship, Audi partnership, Atlanta Polo Brunch Festival, vendor market and much more. Lifestyle…

Honoring Strength, Success, Philanthropy and Kindness

Robert Binkowski believes success is built on this foundation: perform your job with passion to the best of your knowledge and ability, do not be afraid of every day challenges, respect people so they can respect you, be proud of who you are and accomplishments you achieve. He studied industrial engineering, earning a double major in Business and Management. In May 2012,…

All About ARI

If you love steak, have never tried Korean barbecue, and want a truly unique dining experience, Ari Steakhouse is a must. This lively space in Johns Creek is a family-owned establishment and does an excellent job of mixing the traditional and modern.