Life Enrichment
Finding Love, Coping with Divorce and Dating in Atlanta

Finding Love, Coping with Divorce and Dating in Atlanta

No matter how different human beings are, there’s one universal need that ties us all together: love. Some are looking for love, some are growing and maintaining existing love, while others are healing from love lost and learning to love themselves. We’ve spoken to inspiring Atlantans about their love journeys… Read more...
Best Bulletin: February 2012

Best Bulletin: February 2012

Pet Healthy Option The omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil are shown to have positive benefits for both people and pets who suffer from arthritis, heart disease, allergies and cancers. OmegaQD is a concentrated fish oil and antioxidant powder that can help your pet maintain healthy skin and coat,… Read more...
Care and style for the eyes

Care and style for the eyes

Jessica Shops Pick of the Month Eye Candy: Dress up the windows to your soul! A unique way to amp up your eye color (even if you have perfect vision) is with colored contacts. FreshLookContacts.com offers a range of gorgeous colors and a free trial pair certificate (exam may be… Read more...
Associate Publisher, Patti Stephens tries her hand  at making a spring roll.

Best Fun: February 2012

Bringing people together for a special occasion can often be a challenge. Finding the right music, place, food and drinks can make or break an enjoyable evening. So this past year, Best Self Atlanta decided to do something a little different. We livened things up by heading over to Hal’s… Read more...

A chat with Locomotive Race Series creator Mark Vescio

It’s hard to believe that the same man who has run over 500 races was once a teenager who weighed over 300 pounds. At 15, Mark Vescio knew that if he didn’t change his ways it would mean the difference between life and death. Following the example of his parents,… Read more...
Best Bulletin: January 2012

Best Bulletin: January 2012

Take A Stand Tiny Revolutionary is a local T-shirt company that donates a portion of their sales to a variety of charities including Hands to Hearts International, One Village at a Time and others.Available for kids and adults, the tees are produced using non-toxic and water-based inks. Their “Tiny Bucks”… Read more...
Best Cause: Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation–Atlanta Chapter

Best Cause: Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation–Atlanta Chapter

Imagine a chronic disease that spans all age groups and can develop at any time in your life. It can cause fever, abdominal pain, persistent diarrhea, and sometimes bleeding. This is a daily reality for 1.4 million Americans who live with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), with that number split evenly… Read more...
Best Fun: January 2012

Best Fun: January 2012

Traditional beachside vacations conjure images of playing in the surf, strolling on the hot sand and basking in the sun. While this can be a fun and relaxing way to spend a summer day, the peaceful tranquility of a beachside stroll during the crisp fall weather isn’t out of the… Read more...
CJ Senter - The Workout Kid

CJ Senter - The Workout Kid

Keeping active is as important for adults as it is for kids, and getting into the habit of working out early is one of the most important steps toward taking a stand against obesity. For 10-year-old CJ Senter, staying active is not just part of his everyday life - it’s… Read more...

My Give Back Story: Rebuilding Tuscaloosa

April 27, 2011 will be remembered for a long, long time as the day the devastating tornado outbreak hit the southeast. One of the hardest hit cities was Tuscaloosa, Alabama, home of The University of Alabama. Not even a year before this fateful day, I had moved from my apartment… Read more...
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