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Bachelors and Bachelorettes: Where are they now?

Bachelors and Bachelorettes: Where are they now?

As we hear up to bring back CH2’s Bachelor of the Year contest and party in 2022, our thoughts wandered to our past candidates. So, for this February month of LOVE, we figured we would check in on some of our former Bachelor & Bachelorettes, to see how they found “their lobster,” (this is a Friends reference for the pop-culture deficient) when they knew she was “the one,” and what they think they key to a happy marriage is.

Dyed in the Wool: The exacting science and timeless art of Lowcountry Clean Care

Dyed in the Wool: The exacting science and timeless art of Lowcountry Clean Care

The closer you look at anything, the more you learn about it. In fact, it’s the only way you truly can learn about something. And it’s a knowledge that can be applied to anything. Take, for example, your rugs. That fine Persian passed down from generation to generation. The stylishly modern statement piece tying your great room together. They all hide surprises depending on how closely you look.

Matt Stock: Everyone’s Favorite Island Grinder Gets His Moment

Matt Stock: Everyone’s Favorite Island Grinder Gets His Moment

The title of Matt Stock’s upcoming comedy shows at The Roasting Room is as soaked in irony as his undershirt is soaked in sweat after one of his countless, beloved holiday Santa Claus appearances. As much as he doesn’t want to jinx it by stating it aloud, things are pretty alright these days now for Hilton Head Island’s unofficial spirit animal.

Pet Health and Medications

Pet Health and Medications

Did you know that half of all pet poisonings involve human medicines? Many commonly used meds, both OTC and prescription, can be harmful or even fatal to your fur babies. The top 10 unsafe classes of meds are likely in our homes or brought in by household guests. The top two offenders are pain meds ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) and naproxen (Aleve). Next is acetaminophen/Tylenol. This includes combo products, such as Lortab or Sinus Advil. One or two Advil can cause stomach ulcers or kidney issues in dogs and cats, and even one tablet of Tylenol can dangerously affect oxygen-carrying ability of red blood cells in cats and could be fatal.

BenchMark Sets the Bar: Lowcountry physical therapy clinics remain the standard for rehabilitation

BenchMark Sets the Bar: Lowcountry physical therapy clinics remain the standard for rehabilitation

Chances are that if you’ve been diagnosed with an accident-related injury or a disability or disease affecting your body’s ability to move or function properly, then you’ve visited a physical therapist (PT); and likely your visit was to BenchMark Physical Therapy, one...

Editor’s Note: February 2022

Editor’s Note: February 2022

No Phone Zone I was chatting with a client last weekend about productivity, and he said, “If I owned a company, my employees would not be allowed to be on their phones while at work. Do you know how much work would get done if people didn’t waste half their woke day...

Hear Well Again: Rose Hearing Healthcare Centers offers two pathways to better hearing.

Hear Well Again: Rose Hearing Healthcare Centers offers two pathways to better hearing.

It was supposed to be just another day at the office for Steve Krehbiel. A 35-year veteran of the hearing aid industry, he had spent the last 15 or so in the Lowcountry. Before that, he’d amassed a reputation within the business, based on the strength of a 20-year stint in Roanoke, Virginia, building one practice into nine offices.

The Bay Point Island Foundation: Dedicated to preservation, conservation, and education of the natural preserve

The Bay Point Island Foundation: Dedicated to preservation, conservation, and education of the natural preserve

Accessible by boat, Bay Point Island is a privately owned barrier island located northeast of Hilton Head Island at the mouth of the Port Royal Sound. The island encompasses approximately 1,400 acres of marshland, maritime forest, beaches and sand dunes, a square footage larger than Central Park in New York City. A micro community of environmentalists, the island’s owners established the Bay Point Island Foundation in 2019 after decades of beach cleanups, shorebird protection, and working with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources on its sea turtle program.

Why Jiu-Jitsu is for You (and your daughter)

Why Jiu-Jitsu is for You (and your daughter)

When you read national statistics about violence and sexual crimes against women, it is like a punch to the gut. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, in a 2018 report, studies found that one in five women in the United States experienced completed or attempted rape during their lifetime; 81 percent of women (43 percent of men) reported experiencing some form of sexual harassment and/or assault in their lifetime; and one in three female victims of completed or attempted rape experienced it for the first time between the ages of 11 and 17.

A Note from Mayor Sulka

A Note from Mayor Sulka

Keeping Residents Informed Happy 2022! With each new year, brand-new residents come to our town. This means, there is so much knowledge of how Bluffton came to be that needs to be shared. My goal this year is to write about topics of interest that will help new and...

Bring Back That Loving Feeling: A guide to building intimacy

Bring Back That Loving Feeling: A guide to building intimacy

If you have been married or in a committed partnership longer than a minute, you know that coupledom isn’t all kisses and cuddles. Sometimes it is grocery lists, broken water pipes, mortgage payments, and knee replacements. Sharing life means sharing it all—joys, sorrows, challenges, heartaches, temptations, and the mundane.

But for most of us who are in long-term relationships, it’s not enough to simply survive. We want our partnerships to thrive, and to do so requires intimacy.

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