Mal’s St. Paddy’s Parade feels like the kickoff to spring in Jackson.
I know there is more to the neighborhood in terms of people and places than my narrow experience. Recently, I had an opportunity to explore things that I had no ...
My friend Brooks and I have a bit of a running joke involving our alma mater, Millsaps College. I love Millsaps dearly and am grateful every day for the education ...
As we enter the new year, many of us contemplate goals (I don't really like the word "resolutions") to accomplish over the course of the next 365 days.
The holidays are a time of traditions, and of family. Some traditions stay the same year after year; other new ones start as our lives—and the people in them—change over ...
One recent night, I found myself without any company or plans, and watched a movie at home, by myself. It was a very un-Girl-About-Town moment, I suppose. It also made ...
I hadn’t even eaten all of my ghost-shaped marshmallow Peeps from Halloween before a friend posted a picture on Facebook of her fully decorated Christmas tree.
Working out helps me feel more confident in my clothes. But my commitment to being fit is more about being healthy than fitting into a certain dress size.
In fashion, social graces and pop culture, some trends come and go, while others remain tried and true—the classics.
Clothes and shoes are an investment, and to look your best, they need the proper care.
If you read this column regularly, you know of my affinity for reality shows.
It seemed eerie that on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the Gulf Coast braced itself for the arrival of another hurricane.
Although the temperature outside still feels like summer, this southern girl's mind is on two things: breaking out my fall wardrobe items and football season.
Like many Americans, for the past two weeks, I have tuned in to watch the world's top athletes compete in the Olympics.