April in its newness and promise is a resounding bell returning us to the moment, to this minute, as if to say, “Snap out of your mind and into your body!” Recognize where you are, and who you are....
Last October, I discovered my purpose. Contrary to what you might think, it wasn’t the answer to “What am I going to do when I grow up?” Rather, as I learned, purpose is our personal superpower, our true essence, the...
Life in the South is like a Southern cafeteria—one of the remaining vestiges of history that is a one-stop sampling of this place. Frequent trips to S&S Cafeteria on East North Street pepper my childhood memories. My grandmother would gently...
T he mind is a powerful muscle, and we hold both the lock and the key to our limitless potential. The mode of January is reflection, reset, and resolution. In our Wellness Issue, we present stories of individuals who seem to...
A few weeks ago, I experienced culinary wizardry at its finest. The gorgeous episode of Netflix’s Chef’s Table with Chicago’s Chef Grant Achatz prompted me to add “Dine at Alinea” to my bucket list. Thankfully, I put a check...
We often view our lives from a place of scarcity and desire—we’re always in need of more time and money (and vacation). But the trouble often lies with our mindset, with how we see the glass. If we constantly view...
October’s bell tolls again. This month of warm days and cool nights is one of the finest of our calendar. Its frenzy is quelled by the slow descent of falling leaves; by the primal scent of wood smoke; by...
These days, our brains are under attack. We’re constantly swiping and tapping and liking and crowding our minds with visual clutter. This addictive and fractured mental assault has weakened our ability to focus. We aren’t really seeing. Seeing involves...
Neil Ferrier is persistent. After weeks of email exchanges, moved meetings, and delayed dates, we finally connected one afternoon this past spring. At the time, Neil and I worked steps from each other in the Village of West Greenville,...
Summer hangs in the air like a heady magnolia, and we’re ready to break for cold beer, lazy river runs, and long porch nights. We offer ways to explore and unwind via the peaks, trails, and scenic drives of...
A few weeks ago, author and frequent TOWN contributor Scott Gould came to me with an idea. He wanted to honor the South Carolina Governor’s School of the Arts & Humanities’ top graduating students in dance, drama, creative writing,...
Spring, in its delicate, feminine energy, crashing about one day while sweetly whispering the next, tells us that it’s time to shed old skin, connections, habits that just aren’t serving us anymore. In vibrancy and destruction, clouds of pollen,...

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Core Insight

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