Lifestyle Pub Staff’s Fitness Favorites

What makes your workout easier and your day dreamier? Here are a few of our favorite picks to make the workout smoother and the day more fun.

Tenacity and Resourcefulness Make Hope Award Winner

Jeff Wigbels is a long time surfer, triathlete, marathon runner, golfer and skier. He never played football. Yet when he refers to one of the most important persons in his life, he calls Dr. Roy S. Herbst, his “quarterback.” It was this energetic quarterback who led the powerful offense on Jeff’s battle against stage four non-smoker lung cancer, making accurate…

The Land Rover LR4 HSE LUX

The Land Rover brand has consistently been applauded for their meticulous attention to detail, practicality, and most importantly pampering their motorists regardless of the road—and off-road—conditions. The 2016 LR4 HSE LUX effortlessly maintains the company’s stellar reputation.

It’s Spring!

Happy Fourth Anniversary to us! This is our 48th issue of BuckHaven Lifestyle magazine and we are thankful for your readership every month. We have a busy month, and know you do, too. The warmer weather means we will be cycling, running, paddling, skating, hiking and walking more outdoors along our favorite rivers and routes. Need fuel? Our friends at…

Atlanta Face and Body Event

Atlanta Face and Body Center welcomed guests at their SculpSure "Don't Love Your Love Handles" event. Low Country Catering provided snacks and MSA Entertainment provided tunes. Lifestyle Publications proudly attended.
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Around Town

This spring, Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) welcomes an exhibition exploring the height of U.S. cultural exhibitions (1955-1975) and demonstrating the ways in which design was used as a persuasive force. Make-Believe America will provide examples of work created by brilliant exhibition teams that included renowned designers such as Herbert Bayer, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson and R. Buckminster…

Everything You Wanted To Know About Facing Facelifts, But Were Afraid To Ask

Proudly, like most women in their prime {notice I didn’t list my age but it rhymes with mourtythree}, I am no longer afraid to ask for needs or wants - from directions to an extra slice of cake. However, when it comes to skin care, I find myself burying my head in the sand. I’m intimidated by what is available…

Burnin’ it From Box to Barbell

You know that feeling after a good workout, where you feel invincible and don’t even care how much you sweat? These gyms give you those feel-good endorphins, along with top-notch classes that kick your butt, and perks like themed classes, free snacks and more. Here’s the scoop on three of Buckhead and Brookhaven’s top gyms.

A View from The Top

With an hour to go before my first class at The Swag’s cooking school, I grabbed one of the chilled water bottles thoughtfully set out for resort guests and walked 10 feet through an opening in the split rail fence to a Great Smoky Mountain National Park trail. Jake Osburn, the chipper sous chef serving the hearty and healthy breakfast…

Greens and Grains on the Go

Meg is wearing Nikes from 
Road Runner Sports, Split 59 crops from Exhale, Long Sleeve Gray Tee from Lululemon, Long Sleeve Teal Tee from Albion Fit, Pink Tank from DEFINE: Atlanta Kelly is wearing Onzie pants from Exhale, Kyodan black tank, Lucky in Love jacket from Serious Tennis, Nike pink long sleeve running top and Nike running shoes from Road…

Connecting with Nature for the Health of It

Though many know of the rich diversity of life forms in Amazon rainforests, few people realize the Southeastern U.S. holds more species of plants and animals than most places on the planet. Did you know the state of Georgia alone is home to more than 200 species of trees? That’s why we’re so fortunate to live in Atlanta with a…

Odyssey Brunch

More than 450 Atlantans attended the 7th annual Odyssey Brunch at the St. Regis Hotel in Buckhead, raising more than $155,000 to allow students from disadvantaged communities to attend Odyssey's life-changing, academic summer 
enrichment program for free. Ben Rose Photography OdysseyAtlanta.org

Circus and Books

UGA football star Malcolm Mitchell authored a children’s book, “The Magician’s Hat” and Georgia's first lady, Mrs. Deal, 
read it to the third grade students at Peachtree Elementary School. There was a performance by the renowned 
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey crew, too.