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Christmas always means a good time for me and my family. While I don’t do a lot of decorating, I do put up a tree – my tree from last year never came down! It’s in a den we don’t use a lot, and because I didn’t put it up until late in the season, […]

One of the joys of Christmas is dressing up for holiday parties and gatherings. We have several large parties we attend every year; from the big country club party at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club to smaller drop-ins and a big ornament exchange I do with my friends. Plus we have a Christmas Cantata […]

In high school, Shellie Rabon always dreamed of adopting a child that needed her. But, she ended up marrying a man who wanted at least ten children of his own. “Soon after we married, I found out I had a medical issue and was told if I was going to have children, I needed to […]

At 67, I’m doing work I love, but I took a long, winding path to get here! In the ‘90s, I was operations manager for Morgan Stanley and responsible for about 15 financial advisors. Around 2001, the home office decided to close our branch and moved all the financial advisors to different offices. Unfortunately, I […]

We always recommend brides come in our studio for a trial run of makeup before their big day. During this time, the bride-to- be will have the opportunity to try everything from foundation, eye shadow styles, and lipstick colors. The beauty of having a trial run is you have the chance to try different colors […]

“I enjoy tailgating,” Chef Tom Mullally said as we began our conversation. “Good food, good wine, good friends – it’s a unique way to celebrate and root for your favorite team.” I asked Chef Tom for some fun new recipes that we could all try for our next tailgating party – or just a day […]

It’s hard to talk about mortality. No one wants to plan for the unthinkable, but it is so important to talk about advanced directives. Tell your loved ones now what you want in the event you become gravely ill. I have told my mother exactly what I want – and even though she doesn’t want […]

Prepare to laugh a lot when you meet Murrells Inlet resident, Mary Lou Gies. Attractive and lively, Mary Lou’s enthusiasm for life only increases with each passing year. Her secret to moving through the decades of life with grace and joy is simple – stay involved, do things you love – with people you enjoy. […]

After graduating from The University of South Carolina in 2015 and spreading her wings for a few years, Olivia Cox knew it was time to come home – home to the family business started by her grandfather, Carrol Holshouser, 40 years ago. “I decided to come on full time starting in January of 2018,” Olivia […]

Good health is something many of us take for granted – until we become ill. And, usually, a trip to our family doctor takes care of our problem. But what if it doesn’t? According to Dr. Natasha Thomas, we do not have to just accept feeling unwell as a part of aging, or because we […]

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