Choosing to Love

Choosing to Love

When Ed Roland first met his wife, he thought she was a guy. Ed had some extra tickets to a football game, and a buddy of his knew a friend who wanted to swing by to pick them up. The way Ed tells the story, he was in a sparsely-furnished… Read more...
Is Sitting Really the New Smoking?

Is Sitting Really the New Smoking?

In the 1940s and '50s, scientists raised the alarm that cigarette smoking contributed to disease. And yet it wasn't until 1964, when the Surgeon General released a report saying definitively that smoking caused lung cancer, that the public began to change behavior. More than 50 years later, we're still fighting… Read more...
Into the Mystic

Into the Mystic

By Amy Meadows You consider yourself to be a pretty healthy person. You exercise and eat right. You get enough sleep. By and large, you feel physically fit. Yet, something seems a bit off. You don't always feel like your body is in balance. It's almost like there's a piece… Read more...
Leaving it All on the Mat

Leaving it All on the Mat

By Katherine Michalak Diamond Dallas Page (a.k.a. DDP) fast-tracked his professional wrestling career at warp speed. He may have arrived a bit later to the party than most, starting at age 35, but he made up for the lost time, reaching the top tier of the industry within a few… Read more...
Look At Us Now!

Look At Us Now!

      By Alexandra McCray Photography by Brian Reeves   AbbyThe Busy Mom As a business owner in the wellness industry, Abby Wright spent day in and day out helping others monitor their health, with little focus on her own. Determined to stay active with her children and to… Read more...
Find Your Happy

Find Your Happy

By Amy Meadows You know you should eat right and exercise to maintain good health. You know that you need to remove negativity and pursue your personal passions to bring more happiness into your life. Then why is it so hard to do these things sometimes? Well, general suggestions are… Read more...
The Second Act

The Second Act

By Amy Meadows Mara Davis admits it."There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss being on the radio every day," says the esteemed media personality who began her enduring and notable broadcasting career in Atlanta nearly 20 years ago doing the night show from 7 to 11… Read more...
Best of 2015

Best of 2015

  Fitness & Weight Loss Best Large Fitness FacilityYMCA of Northwest AtlantaThe YMCA of Northwest Atlanta works to create a space for healthy living, to encourage community and neighborhood support, and to promote youth development, bringing out the potential in every child and teen. ymcaatlanta.org_________________________________________________________________________ Best Small or Medium Fitness… Read more...
Give a Little, Get a Lot

Give a Little, Get a Lot

By Nicole Letts Contrary to every TV ad you'll ever see, the spirit of the season isn't about purchases, presents and parties. It's about giving and, specifically, giving back. It's especially about giving back to Atlanta communities and neighborhoods we hold near and dear to our hearts. After all, as… Read more...
My Best Self: Lynn Stallings

My Best Self: Lynn Stallings

By Beth Carter Lynn Stallings is a woman of many, many talents. Throughout her lengthy career she's been a professional dancer, a casting director, an on-set acting coach...and even a probation officer! But the role Stalling's held for almost 35 years as the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit… Read more...
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