Southern New Year’s Day Tradition

  For as long as I can remember my family has celebrated New Year’s Day in a very specific way. We eat. A lot. And we don’t eat just anything, we eat what has become for me, and I’m sure many other southerners, the traditional fare. We have black eyed peas, rice, collard greens, cornbread…

Celebrating Bowl Season!

Bowl season is here and like any good Georgians, we’re rooting for UGA as they face off against Penn State in the TaxSlayer Bowl. In the south, football is a religion and while I as a girl, never played the sport, I did attend many a football game. When our high school team won, we…

Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Business this Holiday Season

It’s never fun to think about bad things happening, however, we all realize that they do. Although the Christmas and New Year holiday season is mostly one filled with laughter and fun, it’s also a prime time for burglaries, robberies and various other crimes and even accidents. So we have to do our best to…

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

I love, love, love Christmas. It is hands down my favorite holiday of the year. I like that people are nicer and more cheerful; I like to give gifts, and I absolutely adore seeing the joy on the face of a child as he or she sees Santa walking down the street at our annual…

It’s Time to Clean Up

“It’s time to clean up!” I don’t know about you, but at certain points in my life I cringed at the sound of those words, especially when it meant I had to wash a mountain of dishes that I did not make! But no matter how much I despised cleaning up, living in a dirty…