Ask Southern: Saving Money as a Busy Working Mom

I have had several of you ask questions about how we save money or how we shop, and I have a steadfast rule – it has to be easy and quick or I am not going to do it.  I just don’t have time.  So here are the easy things we do. Ebates  – This is a […]

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As Seen on Today Parenting: 2016 The Year of Southern Hospitality (Starting with our Children)

At the Style household we have committed that 2016 will be our year of demonstrating Southern Hospitality in our home, work, and community. To kick of this resolution, we are teaching our children what this idea of Southern Hospitality means. At its purest intention we believe Southern Hospitality embraces four key concepts. Welcoming – Making […]

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Bringing Southern Hospitality to Your Physician Practice: Building the Right Schedule

I love the holidays, because we get to see distant family that we don’t see that often.  But it never fails, being in healthcare I get to hear all the good and the bad from family about their doctor. 2015 holidays were no different. Mr. Style’s aunt pulled me aside and tells me she has […]

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Southern Hospitality: Neighbors

A theme this year for me is bringing southern hospitality to your workplace and to your home. Southern hospitality is a phrase used in American English to describe the stereotype of residents of the Southern United States as particularly warm, sweet, and welcoming to visitors to their homes, or to the South in general. Mr. […]

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Ask SSS: Fried and Frustrated

Dear Style – I read a piece on LinkedIn recently that said women our age were sold a bill of goods. That “doing what you love” as an occupation is a millennial concept that is foreign to our parents, and delusional to our generation of workers, especially women trying to juggle life and family. We […]

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