We asked locals fitness experts to share how they spend the first moments of their day. From running to oil pulling, here’s what they do when they wake up!
Nashville Everyday Lifestyle
Ultimately, StyleBlueprint is about women's lifestyle which is far more than just fashion and interiors (although we do love those!). In this section of SB, you'll find all those things that make our southern lifestyle richer including travel, books and art.
Senzela is an Afghanistan-born U.S. citizen who is bringing awareness and empowerment to life in developing countries. Through her nonprofit, she is working to expand our knowledge by sharing personal stories and to provide aid to those in need.
Through Walk Eat Nashville, Karen-Lee Ryan shares stories of Nashville that give an insider’s glimpse into our city’s culinary scene.
The night before their wedding, Mary and Ryan Keith celebrated with friends and family, while giving them a taste of Nashville. This red, white and blue welcome party was complete with barbecue, biscuits, bourbon and dancing to country music.
A two-time breast cancer survivor and amputee is determined to help others realize that life’s challenges aren’t the end of the line. She wrote her new book to inspire readers to overcome challenges and live each day to its fullest. Meet Donna Hopkins, our newest FACE of the South.
She works in one of the fastest growing specialties in medicine. Meet Dr. Sareda Nur, a hospitalist at TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center. She’s our newest FACE of TriStar!
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, and yet less than half of those struggling with anxiety receive treatment. On the new episode of our “Southern Voices” podcast, we’re talking all about it and offering resources to help you cope.
Deputy Public Defender for Nashville-Davidson County, Aisha McWeay speaks to her passion in helping provide quality representation. We ask questions about the job, the legal system and how she unwinds — and she readily answered.
The Ayers Foundation was created by Jim and Janet Ayers to fund guidance counselors in order to help students consider and attend postsecondary education in the state of Tennessee. Today, read about the effects of this incredible program and get to know the big-hearted people behind it.
The option to grocery shop with a dietitian is an app click away. Find out the benefits of getting a first-hand tutorial by a food expert.