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Nashville Interiors Magazine – Fall/Winter Issue Launch Party

If there was one magazine we were sure to ALWAYS pick up on the newsstand, it was Nashville Interiors Magazine! No longer, however, will you find this amazing publication “for sale” across the state. Hollie Deese has recently stepped into the role of publisher for the magazine and is changing […]

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3 little known reasons kids should read comic books

Comic book display

Admit it, you love technology and living in a world of mind-melting change and over-stimulation, right? We have social media, real-time video games, high def electronic screens and thousands of digital bits of information competing for a fraction of a second of our attention. It brings to mind the saying ‘trying to drink […]

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Life Edit

Meet Virginia (insert Train song here), founder of Your Life Edit! While being a mommy to her sweet Lilah Grey and maintaining her own amazing health and workout routines, she has turned her passion for helping people into quite the business. Besides eating healthy, there are several factors that play into […]

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10 things you need to know before buying a new construction home

Hey Sunshine, grab your favorite beverage and have a seat; we’re going to talk about new home construction. Let’s say you’ve been looking at homes for a while and after weighing all the pros and cons, you’ve decided on new construction (versus an existing home) as the best thing for […]

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Nashville Brunch Blog – TAVERN

Voted “Best Brunch” Nashville Lifestyle 2017 & “Best Brunch in Nashville” Thrillest 2017… and after experiencing for myself,understandably so. TAVERN Midtown a “Gastro Pub” is a local foodie favorite and part of M Streets line of Nashville Hot spots.  Definitely a place for you to plan Brunch, but also anytime […]

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Pure Sweat + Float Studio

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind relaxing experience, HERE IT IS!  I’ve done several “sweat sessions” using infrared saunas over the years, but float therapy?  I have to admit, I was definitely apprehensive at first. The thought of sitting still for 60 minutes alone was enough to talk myself out of it several […]

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