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“Standard of Magic” Comes To Music City!

World-renowned magician and master illusionist,Justin Flom, is set to perform his acclaimed magic in the launch of a new show, The Standard of Magic, beginning June 21st at Nashville's oldest brownstone mansion,The Standard at the Smith House. Justin's incredible up-close

Nashville’s Best (Locally-Owned!) Spots for Cool Summer Treats

By ALLIE MYSZKA Rising temperatures and sunny days call for cold, delicious treats. Fortunately, the city of Nashville offers plenty of wonderful options when you need a frozen treat! Support a local business, beat the

Nashville Diaper Dash Fundraiser

By KENDALL GILFILLAN According to the Music City Doulas, a local group of hand-selected, professionally trained and mentored doulas, 1 in 3 families do not have enough diapers for their baby. Nashville is no exception. The average

Body Balance With V: Is Water Really THAT Important?

By VANESSA HAMPTON Are you tired of hearing all of us fitness professionals yap about drinking water? It’s OK. I’m sure both my clients and my own husband probably are too. It’s an important topic

Morning Pages: A Simple Daily Practice with a Huge Impact

By ALLIE MYSZKA I’m a huge proponent of journaling. We all have thoughts floating around in our head that need to escape from time to time, and writing things out on a page can help

Is A Kiss Better Than An Apple A Day?

By JENNY PRUITT CLEVELAND “It’s all in the kiss, Jenny.” That’s what my next-door neighbor Tony told me. His gray hair is buzzed short, his eyes are hazy blue, his smoothly wrinkled hands rest on

Need To Know: Tennessee In Top 20 States For Drug Problems

WALLETHUB Tennessee ranks 14th among states and the District of Columbia for drug use, according to a study released Monday morning by personal-finance website WalletHub. With the Trump administration proposing harsher penalties for drug offenders, the report

Spaghetti Squash 5 Ways

By ALLIE MYSZKA I’ve loved pasta for as long as I can remember. I still eat it occasionally, but over the last few years, I’ve slowly changed my eating habits and looked for healthier versions

Habitat for Humanity Announces Date for 2018 “Hammers and High Heels” Women Build Fundraiser

Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury has announced the 2018 Hammers and High Heels Women Build fundraiser to take place on June 2nd at The Factory at Franklin-Liberty Hall, 230 Franklin Road, in Franklin, TN from 6:30-11:00 pm CDT. The festive event

Body Balance With V: How Sleep Affects Our Health

By VANESSA HAMPTON When we think about being healthy, we tend to think about the food we eat or how much exercise we are getting. We may even judge our health based on how happy

4 Memorial Day Weekend Ideas that Won’t Break the Bank

By ALLIE MYSZKA It seems the calendar is moving quickly these days, and we find ourselves nearly halfway through May. With that, Memorial Day—the “unofficial beginning of summer”—is right around the corner. Maybe you and

Latest Pilgrimage Festival Lineup Additions

By BROOKE WANSER In a lead up to announcing additional artists, Pilgrimage Festival’s Instagram account scattered hints about who the latest artists might be on Tuesday night. “OK, we’ll give you a hint: Grammy award

What Could Eight And One-Third Days Do For Your Longevity?

By JENNY PRUITT CLEVELAND Solitude might be what’s required for women “to find again the true essence of themselves:  that firm strand which will be the indispensable center of a whole web of human relationships”

Self-Talk: What’s Yours Like?

By ALLIE MYSZKA If you’ve ever been to therapy (or even if you haven’t), you’ve probably heard someone preach about the importance of the way you talk to yourself. It’s no secret that all of

Celebrate 6 Years Of Kelly Spalding Designs!

By KENDALL GILFILLAN It's now full-swing springtime, and as we head into summer we can't help but note all the reasons to celebrate! With the looming presence of summer porch parties, kid's end of the

Cinco De Mayo Fiestas!

By KENDALL GILFILLAN Check out all of the fun fiestas happening around town this Saturday: Cinco De Mayo 5QUE TIN ROOF DEMONBREUN Kick off the day with a 5k at 8am. All participants will receive

Spring Cleaning: Don’t Overlook Your Car!

By ALLIE MYSZKA Our cars are a more important part of our lives than we realize sometimes. If you commute to work (or even if you don’t), chances are good you’re spending a ton of

Body Balance With V: The Mirror & I Aren’t Getting Along Right Now

By VANESSA HAMPTON If you know me or follow my column, you know that I try to be transparent about who I am and about my own personal journey. I believe we all have experiences

Overcoming the Overwhelm of a Scattered Mind

By ALLIE MYSZKA More often than not, my answer to the question of, “How are you?” is a heavy sigh, followed by, “Good, but busy.” Aren’t we all just trying to keep up these days?

Find Your Core, Again and Again

By JENNY PRUITT CLEVELAND An important part of overall fitness is core strength, which most of us think of as a measure of the muscles around our torso – our pelvis, lower back, hips and

Body Balance With V: Food Prep-The Secret to Success

By VANESSA HAMPTON One of the biggest challenges many of us face on a day to day basis is making healthy choices, consistently, when it comes to our food. This, however, doesn’t have to be

5 Kid-Friendly Springtime Activities

By ALLIE MYSZKA April showers are in full swing, but so are chirping birds and blooming flowers (finally!). There’s no time like the present to soak in the best that spring has to offer, so

It’s Time for a Spring Closet Swap

By ALLIE MYSZKA I don’t know about you, but I’ve been ready to swap my dark-colored sweaters for short-sleeved tops for weeks now. Winter may have stuck around a bit longer this year, but it’s

How To Meet Your Grandkids (One Day)

By JENNY PRUITT CLEVELAND The older we get, the more weight lifting we should be doing, so they say, to counter our slowly diminishing muscle mass. Problem is, I’m at a desk job all day

Family Finances

By CAREN P. WILLIAMS, CPM® Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley We have probably all heard the phrase, “A baby changes everything.”  As a mother of two, I can attest it certainly changed life