Their new Beaufort enclave features more amenities than traditional neighboring waterfront homes: indoor hydrotherapy pool and hot tub; fully equipped fitness center; golf simulator, golf workshop and putting green; stylish state-of-the-art billiard room. And yes, even their own signature “Pelican Bar.” John and Lisa Cregan dreamed big when they decided to build in coastal South Carolina. It all began on the golf course.
Nobody said life on Earth would be easy. Some days, it seems that the very air is charged with invisible stress ions that try our patience, tense our necks, wrinkle our faces and ravage our bodies. Have you ever wanted to stop the world and get off? Now you can at Whisper Creek Spa.
Female entrepreneurs and women in the workplace impact the world in far-reaching ways. Many, too, are caring for our families or loved ones. Women constantly juggle personal and professional commitments and responsibilities, which makes finding balance difficult.
Everyone knows someone (either in real life or online) who seems to have it all—and just a little bit more. In addition to holding down a day job, she spends weekends “researching” fabulous destinations, earning passive income while sitting on the beach, or posting about the lux PR pages she gets in the mail. How does she do it? A side hustle.
The New Dawg in Town: The family dining concept the island has been hungry for is unleashed at Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina
The biggest question any restaurateur faces is, “Will there be demand?” You can build the finest menu, the most welcoming experience and the most hospitable atmosphere, but ultimately success or failure comes down to the fickle tastes of the dining public.
CH2/CB2 Magazine presents the 2021 Women in Business featuring over FIFTY Women in the Lowcountry.
What’s your sign?
Ben Jones: Libra
Ellie Lentz: Taurus
Support for Small Business. As the mayor of Bluffton along with our town council, we have always supported our local businesses in many ways. The Don Ryan Center for Innovation (DRCI) is one of the most visible ways we demonstrate this local business support.
Planning Best-in-Class Projects for Our Community
Biking around Hilton Head Island is top on the list of things to do for many of our visitors. With over 60 miles of leisure paths available for exploring, you will be hard-pressed to hit them all on your week’s vacation. But we suggest you veer off those paths and do a little beach biking for an even better time.
Tommy Prine Has Something to Say: The son of a singer-songwriter legend is kicking off his first-ever tour on Hilton Head Island.
This is a moment years in the making. It’s a lifestyle Tommy Prine was born into, but a spotlight he had to earn his own way.
Teach Them Well and Let Them Lead the Way: For the last 54 years, the Children’s Center has been quietly leading a revolution in early childhood development.
Ask any business owner you know, particularly anyone who owns a restaurant, and they’ll tell you in no uncertain terms: We are in the midst of a labor crisis on this island. Companies can’t find workers, because workers can’t find the support they need to work here. There are no easy answers, either, making this crisis one that may take years to solve. And while the debate rages over things like affordable housing and fair wages, one aspect of this crisis has been overlooked: the children.
Sweet Sounds: Rose Hearing Healthcare Centers is doing far more than just selling hearing aids. They’re changing lives.
The Rose Hearing Healthcare Centers Team at their Bluffton location: (from left to right) Randy Rose, Bitsy Pfeiffer, Caryn Rose, Rebekah Campbell and Steve Krehbiel
Modeled by Caroline Molloy, Styled by Kaila Jeffcoat, and Hair & Makeup by TrueBeauty by Joanna Marie
For this month’s fashion feature, we decided to hop in the car and head down the mostly untraveled roads of South Carolina in search of interesting backdrops. When was the last time you just got in the car and went on a drive for the pure joy of exploring small towns and places you’ve never been before?
There are some events that dominate the calendar here on Hilton Head Island. Sure, the usual run of things has been disrupted over the last year or so, but as we return to normal, we know exactly what to look forward to in any given month. You know exactly when your favorite food festivals are, when you’re going to get to check out some classic cars at the Concours and when your opportunity to get some PGA autographs will be.
Career success is increasingly defined not just by how many hours you spend at your computer, but also your ability to advocate for yourself and to connect to others. Respectfully pushing back, incorporating outside perspectives, and navigating groups are essential skills in today’s ultra-connected society. It’s up to you to connect the dots between self-worth, ideas, businesses, and people. If your goal is to have a seat at the table where your ideas can be heard, it’s not enough to simply be successful and sociable. Instead, you must be deliberate in your efforts to advocate for yourself and grow your sphere of influence.
Far More Than a Crowning Achievement:A budding leader hopes her Miss South Carolina win is just the beginning of a lifetime of impacting social change.
Julia Herrin is the crown-wearing embodiment of taking advantage of opportunity. At age 13, the shy piano-playing middle child of Lowcountry musical entrepreneurs Jeff and Jennifer Herrin decided to forge a completely foreign path by trying to become Miss Teen Hilton Head Island.
“My best friend, my mom, convinced me to try. I laughed it off at first. Me in pageants? I would never win, so why even try?” said the now-19-year-old Bluffton resident.
I am calm. I am at peace. I am the still waters of a tranquil koi pond amid a bamboo forest. I am riding a wave of bliss emanating from the massage chair. I am ignoring the increasingly impatient woman currently grinding away at my toenails with a Dremel tool.
Gaurdians of the Shore: Meet the men and women who make sure every day at the beach is… well, a day at the beach.
NOT All heroes wear capes. Some wear SPF-40, sunglasses, and a smart-looking red swimsuit and carry a rescue can. And sadly,it can be easy to forget these heroes are even there. The biggest disaster we’ll usually ever face during a beach day is a sunburn or a punctured football. However, “usually” doesn’t mean “ever.”
I Have a Question I have a question. Where did all the people who want to work go? We have a real estate shortage in the Lowcountry because humans are moving here in droves after rethinking their lives in cities after months of quarantine. And yet, there is no one...
Heather Price isn’t running a typical business. For most of her life, she has been in the business of helping people and connecting folks both with each other and with resources to make their lives better.