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Signature Christmas Party with Signature Transportation

By KENDALL GILFILLAN This year in lieu of a stiff holiday office party, we opted for a unique way to get together for the holidays courtesy of Signature Transporation Services of Nashville. Check out the

DIY Gift Wrap Ideas

By ALLIE MYZKA Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? If so, way to go! Your list is checked off early, and you’re ready to start wrapping everything. But, maybe you’re tired of using the

How To Find An Attorney For Your Business In 2018

By ANNA FREEMAN GREER As this year is winding to a close, you may be considering starting a new business or making changes to an existing one. Either way, a vital member of the team

Top 3 Remedies To Keep The Stink Away

By JENNY PRUITT CLEVELAND If you regularly get your sweat on, you probably have the same problem I do. Stinky sportswear. Sometimes within minutes of putting it on. Is our detergent just not cutting it?

‘Tis The Season To Be Single

By TRESA HALBROOKS Now that the holiday season is upon us, it’s really time to celebrate!  I absolutely love the holidays, but as a single person, it can be a bit tricky with company parties

Generations of Giving

By DEB ENRIGHT It’s that time of the year. Kitchen table time when you collect together all the direct mail appeals, scroll to find the “please support us” emails, and look on Facebook and Instagram

When The Holidays Aren’t So Jolly

By GRACE HALLOCK I know, I know. This isn’t exactly a cheery subject when we are all supposed to be “joyful and triumphant” during “the most wonderful time of the year.” But the fact of

Local Shopping Guide for Unique Hostess Gifts

By KENDALL GILFILLAN 'Tis the season for holiday shopping and holiday parties! But what are you to do when the two worlds collide and you need to shop for your holiday party's hostess gift? We've

Body Balance With V: Workout Recovery- The Importance of Rest

By VANESSA HAMPTON There are times in most of our lives where we have to force ourselves to workout, and then there are other times where we need to force ourselves to rest from our

Where To Volunteer Your Time This Holiday Season (And Beyond)

By ALLIE MYSZKA The holidays are a season of giving—and that doesn’t always have to mean giving “stuff!” While it can be easy to give in to the whirlwind of shopping and parties and decorating,

6 Weight Training Moves Without The Weights

By JENNY PRUITT CLEVELAND Don’t have fancy equipment or a gym membership? No problem.  Bodyweight training increases lean muscle mass and is great way to ease into strength training. I usually do my weight training

Shop Local: A Nashville-Based Gift Guide

By ALLIE MYSZKA Small Business Saturday may be over, but that doesn’t have to mean you’re done shopping small! Fortunately for all of us, Nashville is home to countless small businesses where you can find

Holiday Party Planning Tips

By TRESA HALBROOKS Now that the holiday season is upon us, it’s time to plan that festive gathering. Throwing the perfect soiree doesn’t have to be stressful or expensive.  I’d like to share a few

Celebrating the Holidays Without The Credit Card Hangover

By Caren P. Williams, CPM® Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley I love the holidays – the traditions and decorations, celebration of faith, time with family and friends creating memories, and of course,

Holiday Boundaries

Yikes! We’re officially in December. Is your calendar booked yet? I know mine is getting close, so what better time to chat about healthy holiday boundaries. Don’t leave for fear of the B word just

Need To Know: Net Neutrality

By KENDALL GILFILLAN No doubt you’ve seen the words ‘Net Neutrality’ in recent days. What does Net Neutrality refer to and why is it all of a sudden in the spotlight? We’ve got your need-to-know

Peer Pressure With Food

By VANESSA HAMPTON This is my absolute favorite time of year. We are surrounded by Christmas decorations, seasonal music, holiday cheer, and food...a lot of food. Many of our gatherings are centered around eating and,

Holiday Goodies You Don’t Have To Feel Guilty About

By ALLIE MYSZKA Around the winter holidays, it’s easy to get caught up with “visions of sugarplums” dancing in our heads. But if we’re not careful, consuming tons of holiday sweets can leave us feeling

Our First Home: Home Security

By STEPHANIE BARRETTE According to my mom, I’m kind of a home security nut. But, after watching the entire series of Netflix’s Mindhunters, which delves into the minds of America’s serial killers, and listening to

What Every Small Business Owner Should Do Before The End Of The Year

By ANNA FREEMAN GREER Send a Thank You  It’s important to make sure your clients know they are appreciated. Do you have a client that sends you a lot of business? If so, thank them

Meet Tresa Halbrooks: Founder and President of LEGACY Consulting, PR, and Events

By KENDALL GILFILLAN The Franklin-based boutique agency, LEGACY Consulting, PR & Events, combines the best in sports, entertainment, corporate and non-profit services.  At the helm is Tresa Halbrooks, who founded the agency in 2012.  This

O’More Designer Show House: Interior Designer Spotlight

By JENNIFER SMITH The 2017 O’More Designer Show House in the Você neighborhood in Brentwood, left the public in awe once again. Each designer did an amazing job and I took away a few ideas

When You Don’t Have Time For Exercise

By JENNY PRUITT CLEVELAND “I just don’t have time for it right now.” That’s what a friend told me over coffee yesterday. She’s an entrepreneur and working hard to reach a December 31st business goal.

How to Make the Most of Your Time with Family During the Holidays

By ALLIE MYSZKA Maybe your Thanksgiving celebrations went wonderfully, and everything went according to plan. You came home feeling like you’d created treasured memories with those you love, and now you’re looking forward to the

Your Passion is Calling: Filling the Tummies of Little Ones

By DEB ENRIGHT Grace is rampant in this community we live in – just takes a bit of discovery to get things rolling and understand how you fit into having an impact. Small groups in