Afton, Mary and Heather of Egan + Ella model their newest spring arrivals in Old Town Bluffton. From music festivals to weddings, this store has options and accessories to help you standout with style.
Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head celebrates 55-and-better active adult living with an island-inspired twist.
Were it not for the cameras, it could be mistaken for any other night on Hilton Head Island. While locals and tourists milled about the long dock at the end of Simmons Road, drinks from Up the Creek Pub in hand, the first tendrils of sunset streaked pink against the sky’s lustrous orange tint. Broad Creek sparkled in its brilliance. A heron warily eyed the outgoing tide, preying on the minnows that darted between waves.
Since they opened in 2015, Hilton Head’s locally owned and operated Namaste Spa, located at Marriott’s Barony Beach Club, has always been considered a luxurious retreat, offering clients a certain level of well-appointed service. Recently, however, the spa has undergone a complete makeover, and as one would expect from a boutique spa housed inside one of the island’s most prestigious resorts, the transformation is a huge success. Now, more than ever, locals and visitors alike are enjoying Namaste’s upgraded serenity, space, and specialized service.
In times like these, there is nothing more important than self-care. To truly get your heart and mind balanced, you can turn to a psychiatrist. To ease your anxieties and calm your nerves, you can turn to a pharmacist. To share your concerns and get a second opinion on your life’s journey, you can turn to a friend.
Are you eager to dine out but your usual gal pals are social distancing? With public opinion divided on the safety of gathering with family and friends, it’s easy to end up eating at home despite local restaurants being open and hungry for business. Perhaps now is the time to get comfortable dining out alone.
Days before I met the love of my life, I was on the brink of dating burnout. I had been on and off dating apps for more than five years at that point. After thousands of swipes, hundreds of matches, dozens of dates, and a couple of unsuccessful relationships, it was all starting to feel overwhelming and impossible.
For Connie Cappy, grief struck like an unexpected explosion. “John and I were married 34 years. He was 60 years old and in exceptional health. One Saturday, John golfed with his buddies in the morning, then later that afternoon started having chest discomfort and profuse sweating,” she said.
You’re single. Whether this current status is by choice or not, facing your financial situation alone can be a challenge, if not frightening. You listen to your friends about saving and investing, you read articles on personal finance, and you listen to podcasts, radio talk shows, or whatever media source you prefer.
Liberty is a better husband than love to many of us,” wrote Louisa May Alcott, author of the great American novel Little Women, in her journal entry for Valentine’s Day 1868. Alcott remained single all her life, as did Susan B. Anthony (social reformer and suffragette), Clara Barton (founder of the Red Cross), and Coco Chanel (iconic fashion designer).
This month, we recruited local singles to model looks from our Lowcountry boutiques—and had them share their thoughts on their idea of a perfect first date, what traits are deal-breakers, and how dating has changed since the dawn of the digital age.