Fall into October

The changing of the colors from vibrant, summery greens to autumnal yellows, rusty oranges and dark reds. The smell and crunch of freshly fallen leaves, the taste of warm apple cider and perfect pumpkin pastries—so much pumpkin. The windows-open Saturday football days and the chili-in-the-Crock-Pot Sunday football afternoons.

What’s Your Style?

As September comes and the change of weather approaches, “it’s football time in Tennessee,” and so comes one of the essential issues of the season: the fashion issue. Fashion: a—a prevailing custom, usage or style; b (1)—the prevailing style (as in dress) during a particular time; (2)—a garment in such a style.

Happy Anniversary!

August will mark the first anniversary of Hendersonville Lifestyle magazine. The last 12 issues have been a fast, exciting and humbling experience, and we look forward to being a small part of your life over the next 12 months and beyond. I want to thank all our advertising partners and monthly readers for trusting in Hendersonville Lifestyle over the past…

Explore. Dream. Discover.

Dive into the pages of any good adventure book—or into the screen of a movie at the local theater—and you’ll quickly be immersed in captivating stories. You’ll be pulled into worlds of wizards fighting dark magic, pirates trying to seize control of ghost ships, a quest for revenge on a whale, a 1,100-mile hike for self-discovery and healing, the visit…

A Great Month to be a Guy

As June arrives, we realize we’ve nearly made it through half the year—and wonder how that could be possible! It feels like just yesterday we were writing about New Year’s resolutions and Valentine’s Day gifts. Now, we’re planning for summer—long days and warm nights, grilling, pools and everything else the year’s middle months bring along.

Here’s to Strong Women

Washington Irving, the 19th-century American author known for stories such as Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow once wrote: “A mother is the truest friend we have, when trials heavy and sudden fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends desert us; when trouble thickens around us, still will she cling to us,…

Spring into April

When we think about the spring season, we think about many things. We think about beautiful blooming flowers and freshly cut grass. About warmer weather, longer days and the beautiful melodies of songbirds back from their winter migrations.

Something to Write Home About

They say that home is where the heart is, so it stands to reason that this March, here at Hendersonville Lifestyle, our heart is here with you. There are several different kinds of homes.

28 Days of Local

So here we are—February. We survived the holiday season, we rang in the New Year and now we get to celebrate the shortest month of the year, the month of love and the knowledge that spring is just a hop, skip and a jump away. A lot happens in February. This month, we celebrate historically and culturally significant events such…

Happy New Year!

With the Holiday season coming to an end we all should take a minute and reflect on last year. As I reflect on last year, I can tell you it was a very pivotal year for my wife and I. I ventured into starting Hendersonville Lifestyle magazine.