We DiG: Farmer’s Markets

We DiG: Farmer’s Markets

Spring is in the air and with the warmer weather comes one of our favorite excuses to get outside…The Farmers Markets in many of our cities. Although most have limited dates until May, March and April are perfect for exploring the shortened versions and whet your...

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Earth Day Round Up

Earth Day Round Up

Earth Day is Thursday, April 22 and even though we are still living in “COVID times” there are plenty of ways you can celebrate the day and honor mother earth! (outside of binge watching every episode of Captain Planet)!GET OUTSIDETake a hike, walk around your...

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Dude Day:  Peachtree Corners/Norcross

Dude Day: Peachtree Corners/Norcross

Look man, you work hard; you know you work hard. Even you need time to relax and unwind from the pressures of the day-to-day grind. But what’s a man to do on a day to himself: go to Hooters, sit on the toilet, stare at the wall? No, you deserve better than that! What...

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Take a Walk on the Dark Side

Take a Walk on the Dark Side

When you hear Okefenokee Swamp, do you immediately think of alligatorsand school field trips with pre-made PBJs? We thought so. But, did you know that the Okefenokee Swamp is home to Stephen C. Foster State Park, the only gold-tier dark sky park in the Southeast? What...

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Happy to see you, 2021!

Happy to see you, 2021!

Simply put, there is no industry happier than hospitality to see the door slam hard on 2020. It was a year full of challenges, uncertainty and turmoil. However, with a vaccine at our doorstep and the continued growth of consumer confidence in 2021 travel, we are...

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Solo Date: Sugar Hill

Solo Date: Sugar Hill

If you’ve never treated yourself to a date, what better time to start than during a pandemic? Alone is pretty darn safe. Pro tip: treat yourself with the same respect, care and consideration that you would another person. Read on for our ideas on how best to use...

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Run Away from 2020

Run Away from 2020

Still finding yourself with a lot of free time (if not germs) on your hands? What better time to begin training for the return of 5Ks in 2021! Thanks to staggered start times, masked volunteers and BYO water, the world has successfully figured out how to run 5K races...

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Small Biz Spotlight: ToLife! Yoga and Pilates

Small Biz Spotlight: ToLife! Yoga and Pilates

A good way to get yourself feeling better in the new year is to start an exercise regimen, and what better way to reinvigorate and realign yourself than a class at Buford’s ToLife! Yoga and Pilates? Established in 2017, the studio has two group classrooms, one room...

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Binge Worthy: Best New You

Binge Worthy: Best New You

Binge Worthy [binj • wur-thee] Adjective  Describing entertainment which is of a high enough quality to be consumed all the way through in succession.  Best New You! Look, we think you’re perfect just as you are. But if you’re feeling the New Year’s...

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Shopping Local for the Holidays

Shopping Local for the Holidays

‘Tis the season…for shopping! Sure, you could get everyone a gift card and be done with it, but Grandma isn’t going to get the warm fuzzies from her (current) favorite grandchild from a piece of cold, hard plastic. And it’s always good to hold on to the Favorite...

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Play Date: Mother/Daughter Day in Braselton

Play Date: Mother/Daughter Day in Braselton

A daughter is God’s way of saying, “I thought you could use a lifelong friend.” No matter what your age, or whether you’re a mother or a daughter (or both!), it can be difficult to schedule one-on-one time within our busy lives. But everyone knows that nothing forges...

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Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

“Like riding a bike” may be a euphemism for a skill not easily forgotten, but the ability to ride on pavement doesn’t exactly match the skills of riding on rough, uneven terrain. It’s equal parts exhilarating and terrifying. While considered more ‘laid back’ than the...

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Never Have I Ever… Been to Yellow River Wildlife Sanctuary

Never Have I Ever… Been to Yellow River Wildlife Sanctuary

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Okay… Yellow River Wildlife Sanctuary, formerly known as Yellow River Game Ranch, doesn’t have lions, or tigers, but I couldn’t help myself. The sanctuary, originally founded in 1962, celebrated its grand re-opening in May of this...

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Water, Water, Everywhere and YOU Should be There!

Water, Water, Everywhere and YOU Should be There!

MAN, do we DiG anything that involves water! Just one of the many bonuses of living in and around Gwinnett is our AMAZING Fall weather. With September temperatures averaging highs and lows of 83/64 and October of 73/53, it makes the perfect time for extended water...

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Never Have I Ever… Harvested Honey

Never Have I Ever… Harvested Honey

It all started when we noticed honey bees always hanging out at the edge of the pool, sipping the pool water puddles. After a summer of swatting and shooing, I decided to investigate which lead to the sweetest task I’ve ever done, harvesting honey.  Local honey is...

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