Work Hard, Recover Hard

Whether you are a weekend warrior runner, a gym rat weight lifter, a recreational tennis player, or just someone who is trying to get themselves off the couch, you are an athlete. You don’t have to be on TV or make lots of money to be an athlete. However, just like the professionals, you need to take an active role…

Celebrate Bike-tober

Bikes for Kids provides a magical experience for deserving families, who are greeted by Santa himself the day the workshop opens its doors to reveal hundreds of gleaming bicycles. With the help of volunteers, bicycles are selected, as well as other donated items like winter hats, toys, helmets and bike locks. Handmade tags hang from many of the handlebars, adding…

Truck & Tap

Thanks to the boom of more breweries, eateries recognizing its numerous flavor profiles to pair with their fare, increased distribution, and overall availability, beer is the hottest—err—coldest beverage trend in Georgia. Understandably, this means the Peach State has also hosted an upsurge in bars and pubs to meet the demand.

To Juice or Not to Juice?

Over the past two years I had the pleasure of adopting a few extra pounds that just seemed to appear and cling on for dear life. And because of my ever-increasing age, busy lifestyle and lack of regular exercise made it was very difficult to shed the extra weight.

What’s Next

Winter is coming...and your wardrobe will be ready with these trends that will have you looking stylish from the first sign of leaves falling all the way through the new year.

ITP & OTP Faves

We are spoiled living in such an energized fashion market, with a deep and diverse brick-and-mortar retail scene. We love shopping near home, hitting the pavement after a coffee with friends and making a day of it. And, while surfing around online for steals works sometimes, there's nothing like a day at the mall, downtown or in one of Atlanta's…

A Bit of Europe Nearby

On September 16 and 17, Europe will be coming to Alpharetta. For six years, The European Market on Milton has been wildly popular among the community, drawing in 1,500 to 2,000 people over its short, two-day duration. Vintage décor, handmade jewelry, fashion apparel and one-of-a-kind treasures will be some of the unique findings among the market, which is described as…

Six Tips from a Pro: How to Ease Your Child’s Separation Anxiety

Oh, the questions of the first day of school: 
“Will I have friends?” “Will school be fun?” “Will parents come to carpool on time?” “Will I have a good snack?”

Team Control+Alt+Delete

Eight eighth grade robotics students, better known as Control+Alt+Delete, made history in the spring after being chosen as the first robotics team ever to represent the state of Georgia in the First Lego League (FLL) International Open Championship this summer in the United Kingdom. They are students at Fulton Science Academy Private School (FSAPS).

A New Kind of Cheer

Ready...okay! Competitive cheer in the Johns Creek and Alpharetta areas has catapulted in recent years, and the training regimens and athleticism of the athletes are not to be overlooked. What could be considered three sports in one, competitive cheer allows girls to work on their flexibility, weightlifting, and endurance all while striking that picture-perfect pose and maintaining the utmost composure.…