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ATLANTA IS THE ORIGINAL HOME TO A PLETHORA OF DISCOVERIES. When my editor assigned this article for The Savvy Source for Parents my brain flooded with ideas. It was a difficult challenge since Atlanta has been the birthplace for unique items through time. On top of that I wanted tours and learning opportunities which would fit young kids. In the end I decided to feature a few standouts which More >
I AM WRITING ON “THE SAVVY SOURCE” AGAIN TODAY. We were asked to take some favorite kid interests and go to the next step. How do you encourage your child to take the next step?
Do their favorite, yet expand their horizons?
Be open to new ideas?
Here’s where I took the article:
Sometimes ‘the usual’ needs to be exchanged for a new kind of fun. With a full selection of activities in the Atlanta More >
MY MOST RECENT SAVVY SOURCE ARTICLE DISCUSSES PICNIC LOCATION IDEAS IN ATLANTA. Honestly, it was difficult to narrow down the list. Of course there are the standard spots everyone uses, but I took a look at the parks and hidden gems, too. With this crazy temperature streak I looked for shade. That was one of my top criteria. You can laugh, but you won’t be laughing long if the spot you want to More >
ATLANTA IS FULL OF PARKS TO EXPLORE, BUT I WAS CHALLENGED BY MY SAVVY SOURCE EDITOR TO FIND UNIQUE ONES IN OUR CITY. It surprised me to see that there were some unusual experiences right in our area which would make for a memorable morning out. I skipped some of our great supersars like Piedmont Park and Centennial Olympic Park to explore new ideas. Come take a look:
“Exploring Our Neighborhood More >
JUST SUBMITTED AN ARTICLE WITH SOME IDEAS FOR ENJOYING SPRING AROUND ATLANTA. It was an article which could have gone on forever because Spring is one of the best seasons in our city. We cover events like egg hunts and other activities in our events calendar area, so I choose to generate some thoughts about a day out in the glorious sun. It seems like this season began in January because of the More >