My Best Self: Julia Curran-Villarreal

My Best Self: Julia Curran-Villarreal

When you put yourself out there, you sometimes have to push through some fear and discomfort. Julia Curran-Villarreal figured out a new way to push through it: jump over it! After decades away from track and field, this almost 55-year-old Marietta mom picked up her old sport of high jumping… Read more...
Special Section: The Most Beautiful You

Special Section: The Most Beautiful You

Think about a time you felt beautiful recently. What gave you that feeling? Did your style look exactly on trend? Was your makeup perfectly applied? Had you just left the stylist's chair with the perfect haircut? Here's a little secret: That "beautiful" feeling wasn't because of the clothes, the makeup… Read more...
Anxiety in Teens and Adults

Anxiety in Teens and Adults

By Karon Warren In today's busy world, everyone deals with stress. Family, work, friends, life – these all contribute to the organized chaos we face on a daily basis. And when it comes to coping with those stressors, we all experience some level of anxiety. Maybe we lose some sleep,… Read more...
Molly Mathis

Molly’s Mojo

By Nicole Letts Intimidation is not a word or a concept that entrepreneur Molly Mathis finds daunting. On the contrary, intimidation is what keeps Mathis in business. Mathis is the mastermind behind Mojo Active Adventures, a boutique adventure travel company that helps women change their feelings of intimidation about fitness,… Read more...
My Best Self: Natalie Dale

My Best Self: Natalie Dale

If you turn on the TV and hear a cheerful female voice discussing variable speed limits and traffic conditions, you already know how Natalie Dale brings subjects to life that – let's face it – aren't always the most exciting. As the spokeswoman for Georgia's Department of Transportation, Dale acts… Read more...
The Sugar Shakedown

The Sugar Shakedown

By Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland When you think of sugar in your diet, your mind probably jumps right to that slice of birthday cake you had last week or the candy that gets passed around your office. And you're right; those are definitely sources of sugar. But sugar is sneaky,… Read more...
Divorce: Guiding You Through the Tough Questions

Divorce: Guiding You Through the Tough Questions

By Sarah K. Ricciardelli Grab the sappy cards and heart-shaped chocolates, folks – it's time for Valentine's Day. But if you are divorced or going through a divorce, the last thing you may want to celebrate is romance. Instead of worrying about a date, take this time to check in… Read more...
Your Heart, Your Health

Your Heart, Your Health

Your heart health is a many-sided issue in which your diet, exercise, family history and even your dental care play a role. In addition to being complicated, heart health is crucial to address because cardiovascular disease is America's leading cause of death in women over 65. To take better care… Read more...
Atlanta’s Fitness Motivators

Atlanta’s Fitness Motivators

          "Awareness is in the breath flow. Inhale, exhale and emerge from the cloudiness of anxiety or doubt! Get out of your own way and pave a path to easier relationships with the external."— Jason Anderson, Calmtivity Yoga, facebook.com/calmtivity   "Keep it simple. Find a workout… Read more...
Annual 2015 Fitness & Weight Loss Guide

Annual 2015 Fitness & Weight Loss Guide

Adrenaline Group XerciseFrom toning to weight loss or a full body makeover, Adrenaline Group Xercise provides members with the facilities and programs to achieve their fitness goals. www.adrenalinegx.com Advanta Total HealthLose weight with natural hormone injections or mesotherapy, both of which are medically supervised at this Marietta health care facility.… Read more...
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