Refresh and Reset Your Fitness Routine

 Happy New Year, Y’all!  New year, new beginnings! It’s my pleasure to unveil some changes from our corporate office that will ensure the South Fulton Lifestyle magazine you have come to love over the past two years has a fresh new look! I hope you enjoy the new layout and this month’s Active theme.  As much as it’s a cliche…

January 2018 Around Town

Catina Wilson Cruises for a Cause And Raises Funds For Breast Cancer Research

January 2018 Good Times

The winners of our surveys joined South Fulton Lifestyle staff at a Gala Event at Infiniti of South Atlanta. Attendees sampled #sofu fare and enjoyed treats produced by our nominees! 

Frocks & Rocks: A Fashion Show Fundraiser 
Benefitting Foster Children  


Bloom hosted its fourth annual exclusive ladies-only fashion event connecting women with local stores while raising funds for The Bloom Closet, a cost-free clothing boutique for foster children in Georgia. The fashion show featured Fayette County local gems such as Lizard Thicket, Fab’rik, Darling Divas, and Tribal Chick.

BronzeLens Film Festival Celebrates 8 Years With A Bang!

BronzeLens Film Festival was everything Atlanta needed for the upcoming film industry. Let’s face it: Atlanta is definitely a part of the film industry conversation and Mrs. Kathleen Bertrand’s wonderful vision from eight years ago has grown into something beautiful. BronzeLens Film Fest, as it is affectionately called, is simply A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Celebrating its eighth year, the BronzeLens Film Festival differs…

Three True Confessions from A Trainer

Hey you there—yes you! I’m going to tell you something that I’ve rarely admitted to anyone, but this stays between us, okay? I’m a personal trainer… I mean I train people for a living, which is probably no big secret if you didn’t skip the title of this article. The thing is, and I don’t believe I’m going to say…

Banneker Rising

Just a few years ago, whispers permeated the South Fulton community suggesting College Park’s Benjamin Banneker High School might close its doors. During this time Banneker High School was the proverbial poster child for organizational dysfunction and academic failure—low test scores, a revolving door of school leaders and violent and disruptive student behavior had become the norm.

Ask Dr. Tosha

Unless you have certain medical problems or a certain family history, hormones can be

DECONSTRUCTED VEGETABLE SUSHI BOWL

 INGREDIENTS  DRESSING  INSTRUCTIONS

Four Fitness Trends to Reset Your Routine with Precision Athletic Corps

 4 Trends from Zed and Tanetta of Precision Athletic Corps  Is your fitness routine starting to be a bore? Maybe you were going strong and hit a plateau. I talked to South Fulton’s Zedrick and Tanetta Carter to try to track some trends for 2018 that might help you refresh and restart your fitness goals.   Precision Athletic Corps was born…

THE STICKINESS FACTOR

I heard this term from one of my new publishers during a training I facilitated last year. He coined it (thanks, Kevin!), and used it to relate to how long our magazines are able to stay in the homes of our readers. I said to myself, "Self, what's the stickiness factor of our resolutions? How long do we keep these…