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Leslie Moore

If you’re anything like me, when you hear the name Gold’s Gym you immediately think about big sweaty guys pumping iron, with no place for the average person trying to stay fit and healthy. Guess what? We’re all wrong. Walk into the Gold’s Gym in Myrtle Beach, and you will likely see owner Nancy Capp […]

January is a month of optimism; a fresh start. While many of my friends and colleagues use electronic date books and calendars, I still love my old-fashioned paper one. It feels so good to open that new, blank calendar and imagine all of the possibilities waiting in those yet-to-be-used pages. As I go through and […]

Can you believe that another year is nearly over? I love the holidays, even when I’m tired from shopping and staying out too late enjoying friends and family. Still, I know that I am blessed with good health, lots of love in my life and the promise of a bright tomorrow. One of the things […]

In this issue, our writers and staff have penned, photographed and chronicled many things that call forth memories. But, for me, it has always been music. Put Vivaldi’s Four Seasons in the CD player, and I am instantly transported back to my years of piano lessons and learning to love classical music. That’s a good […]

I have struggled with self-confidence issues off and on for most of my life, as have the majority of the women I know. I’ve asked for, and received, a ton of advice, most of it good, but the one thing that has helped me the most is remarkably simple. I shift the focus from how […]

If life is, indeed, what we make it, then Donna Skeen has made a wonderful life. She is surrounded by the love of friends and family, has a successful career, a beautiful home situated on a deep water creek in Murrells Inlet where she lives with a wonderful man and a great English Pointer named […]

To me, September has always been the month of new beginnings. That may be because I’ve had a child in school for more years than I’m willing to admit, but it is more than that. Something about September compels me to attempt something new. It may be something as simple as creating a more pleasant […]

Dear Readers, In today’s world it is incredibly easy to communicate. We can with a few clicks, send a card marking any special occasion, let a friend know we care or just send a quick hello. But the handwritten note on beautiful stationary still means so very much more. If someone you care for needs […]

Many of my friends and co-workers are going, or have been, on wonderful trips recently – traveling to exotic sounding places and doing interesting things like scuba diving, studying birds and just taking in the sights. All of this is wonderful, and I hope to take a trip of my own soon, but what about […]

At 41 years old, I suddenly became a widow, and life as I knew it ended abruptly. In the space of one phone call, “Come quickly, he’s dead,” I became the single mother of a 10 year-old son and 19 year-old daughter; I was alone and beyond heartbroken. Through the years we had become like […]

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