You don’t have to drive all over Georgia to find the best Easter egg hunts. Step no further than metro Atlanta’s south communities to get Easter bunny pictures and Easter egg hunt galore.
Get tips for family-friendly things to do and places to travel to.
Sure, you could dabble in the world of tourist traps, or you could take advantage of Atlanta’s warm weather and experience the city like a local. Find free things to do with kids during Atlanta’s festival season.
Even though the Super Bowl was in my home city of Atlanta, I did not watch the game. Reason No. 1: I’m black. Reason No. 2: Reason No. 1 won’t be changing anytime soon.
So I found five things to do instead of watching football on Sundays.
New Orleans is the best place to travel if you want to let loose with little judgement. Use the city’s carefree culture as an excuse to get out of your comfort zone and try something new.
Don’t waste your time on omelettes, salads and burgers. Get shrimp and grits, gumbo, po’ boys, etouffee, red beans and rice and oysters, Honeycomb mom Jerusha Washington said. Drink, dance and laugh with the people you love.
That’s exactly what the seven writers of Honeycomb Moms did when we celebrated 10 years in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority together in The Big Easy.
My husband and I want special occasions filled with memories not toys. So when people ask what to get our daughter, our response is experiences.
I was in my third trimester when I decided to have one of my favorite local soul food spots cater my family’s Thanksgiving meal.
My husband, Donzell Floyd, and I ate at the restaurant, This Is It! BBQ & Seafood, at least twice a month, so I felt like I hit the jackpot when I learned they offered Thanksgiving catering for just less than $130.
I believe there’s no greater way to get to know someone than to travel to a new place with him. Find cost-saving tips for Honolulu.
Learn how you can plan a cheap girls trip and hit the slopes in Canada for vacation. Just be prepared to travel to enjoy all Black Ski Weekend has to offer.
In my former life, I must have been a travel agent. I get such an odd satisfaction out of planning trips. Learn from my story of how to plan a trip for a big group.
I know better than to seriously call myself poor, but I’m certainly not rich.
My essentials are travel, food and repaying debt. I like to keep my in-state entertainment budget as close to 0 as possible outside of the occasional pedicure or meal with friends.
Free festivals and a solid amount of research keep my family and I from complete hibernation, which I secretly suspect my husband would love.