July 17, 2011 Opinion

If I’m lucky enough to live to be 100, then today is my official quarter life. I’ve had the privilege of living in the South my entire existence, walking on Southern soil for 25 years. I think I’m officially no longer a Southern girl but becoming a Southern lady. As we’ve launched PrettySouthern.com, the one… Read more »

July 15, 2011 Featured

Hi my name is Charlotte! I am a very active and sweet puppy who needs a forever home. I came to the Atlanta Humane Society from another shelter with some of my friends in hopes of finding that perfect family who will show me how to be a dog and spoil me rotten! At only… Read more »

July 14, 2011 Art Featured

North Carolina artist and illustrator Jordan Grace Owens has a knack for making things.  Pretty, wonderful, quirky, vintage-inspired things that will make you smile.  From her tiny, moveable paper dolls to her large scale original paintings; Jordan’s style is all her own. Jordan often pulls inspiration from the well-worn and well-loved; like early to mid-century… Read more »

July 12, 2011 Featured Food

Morningside restaurant Rosebud has been known for its upscale comfort food and locally sourced produce since it opened in its current form in the summer of 2007. But ask Chef Ron Eyester what he would call Rosebud’s most important asset, and he’ll let you know it’s more than just the food. “I think we’re a… Read more »


Drawing from my week spent here on the beautiful North Carolina coast (Duck, NC to be exact- on the Outer Banks) I have been inspired by the sights, sounds, and textures of the beach.  These are some of my favorite beach-inspired finds, all from everyone’s favorite handmade market place, Etsy.  First imagine yourself down on… Read more »

July 11, 2011 Featured

Chi-chi-chi-le-le-le- Universidad de Chile! It was my first South American fútbol match, nay my first professional soccer match ever, and I was trying my best to keep up with the chanting. At first I was a little homesick as I thought about my constantly cleat-clad stepbrothers the whole time. But this game was one of… Read more »