Posts By: Lauren

Lauren Patrick is a native Southerner and the editor of Pretty Southern.com. She’s a member of the Atlanta Blogger Network and Atlanta Food Blogger Society. #LovetheSouth #GoDawgs Follow Lauren on Twitter

Atlanta Pretty Southern Terminus
December 31, 2017 Opinion

We here at Pretty Southern proclaimed 2017 would be the Year of the Warrior Little did we know that the fight is only getting started. If there’s one common feeling we can all share as this weird and wonky year comes to a close, it’s how we all questioned our identity this year. Who we… Read more »

Pretty Southern Stand Up Comedy Atlanta The Punchline
December 17, 2017 Opinion

Pretty Southern was privileged to be part of the inaugural Laugh Lab! Whoever thought my sassy ass would actually be a standup comic?! This comedy course by the lovely (and hilarious!) Lace Larabee was the first one ever! Lace is seriously one of the funniest comics working in the game today, especially as a Southern… Read more »

Jackson Street Bridge Atlanta skyline Josh Wakefield
November 27, 2017 Featured

Josh Wakefield was named to JEZEBEL Magazine’s Most Beautiful Atlantans for 2017 Josh poses with Michelle Stegall and Erin Alvey for JEZEBEL’s Most Beautiful Atlantans Quick disclaimer: I’ve had a blast getting to know Josh over the past 18 months. We work together at Terminus, one of the fastest growing startups in Atlanta. Josh is… Read more »

Royce Smith UGA Georgia vs. Florida #GoDawgs #UGAvsUF
October 28, 2017 Sports

Editor’s note: we’re thrilled to have Royce Smith, Jr., son of UGA All-American Royce Smith (who played for Vince Dooley) guest blog on Pretty Southern. Now onto the prayer. Let’s Go Dawgs! Dear Little Holy Savior watching over your heavenly fields, Lord, everyone knows you live where the angel Ugas roam because all dogs go… Read more »

Nick Chubb UGA Georgia celebration
October 14, 2017 Sports

Dear 8 lb 9 oz Darling Deity, Oh God, thank you for the University of Georgia and the city of Athens. You truly designed Heaven on Earth.   Lord, because you are all-knowing, you know what was in this angsty girl’s heart struggling growing up as a kid who never quite fit in. While I… Read more »