Thanks for Giving

Every opportunity we get, we pause to thank people in our community who make giving a priority. And during this month of Thanksgiving, we put our hands together and thank these Lifestyle Publications Givers. 

Feeling Special

Rounding the corner onto South Lake Trail in Palm Beach on my pink Lily Pulitzer cruiser, I was met with a parade of palms on one side and a sharp wall of hedges on the other. The Lake Trail runs for 5 1/2 miles along the western side of the town, overlooking Lake Worth Lagoon across to West Palm Beach. 

A letter from Abaco

Last year, I had the pleasure of staying at The Abaco Club. The hospitality was unending and the clear warm water and blue sky embraced me. I wrote to my friends there to ask how they are coping after Hurricane Dorian and they sent this report.

Hello friends,

Who me? Teach an etiquette class? When my daughter asked me to help with her camp’s “Fancy Day,” teaching 9 and 10-year-olds a few good manners, I laughed out loud. But, she was serious, so my husband and I started a list.  On Fancy Day, the girls were dressed in their Sunday best, and along … Continued

November 2019 Around Town

Schools Rock Abbots Hill Elementary School (AHES) has provided a new unique opportunity for students to address conflicts holistically and solve problems through implementing Restorative Practices. These counselor-facilitated peace-making strategies are taught in a safe place called the “The Peace Room”, a specially-designed room by Chattahoochee High School Senior (and former AHES) student Briahna Stabler as … Continued

Cozy Up Your Home

Take a cue from the Scandinavian concept of hygge and welcome the transition of summer to autumn with a relaxing refresh Pumpkin spice, apple cinnamon and a hot cup of cocoa. Fall is all about getting warm and comfy as a chill hits the air—preparing yourself for winter, and cherishing those final moments of summer.  … Continued

When Healthcare Cares About You

To learn more about the different model of health care offered at HIPnation in Alpharetta, we sat down with Brian Hill, MD, founder, president and Chief Medical Officer.

Re-engineering Thanksgiving

The joy of Thanksgiving isn’t found in the pursuit of perfection. The holiday becomes rewarding when we can find a path of renewed appreciation for this time-honored celebration that glorifies gratitude, as much as it does our collective history. 

Designing Thoughtful, Livable Spaces

David McDonald is the owner of Victoria Renovations, a family-owned company passionate about designing and remodeling homes that make memories. From kitchen and bathroom remodeling to whole home remodeling, their in-house design team works with clients to create and design their vision from the ground up. We sat down with David after his team completed this project in Alpharetta.

A note from the founder of Polo in the Pines

  In the Spring of 1989, I was 16 years old, my mother, Sharon McCollum Knight, was diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer called leiomyosarcoma. She was given six months to live at the age of 37. She survived over 28 years until July 2017. My husband, Matt Fowler, is a 28 year adult … Continued