Category: Editor’s Page

Editor’s Page November 2019

A Harvest of Writing This month, our writers have shared fresh thoughts on November’s traditional themes. Cammie’s Smart Mom’s Guide advises kids of all ages to practice the art of thankfulness. From gratitude jars to simple notecards of thanks, there are lots of creative ways to engage our kids in the theme of the season. Dr. Dana Harris reminds us that expressing our gratitude to others in thoughtful ways has important scientific and mental health effects. Paige’s column is an appreciative reflection of memories from last year’s New York Macy’s Parade. In addition to the insider resource of Augusta...

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As we say goodbye to summer and hello to the return of school and hopefully the cooler temperatures of the fall, I am excited to introduce Aimee Serafin as the new editor of Augusta Family magazine. Aimee and her family moved to the Augusta area roughly three years ago from Savannah where her husband Scott worked at Savannah College of Art and Design. Aimee grew up in Atlanta and graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in French.  After living in southern France for six months, she and husband Scott moved to Baltimore, MD to continue their respective...

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For the past few years it has been an absolute privilege to serve as editor of this cherished magazine. In this role, I’ve had the opportunity to engage with a talented staff of publishers, writers, artists, photographers, designers and creatives. Together we have brainstormed, collaborated and produced what we feel is a valuable service and resource for families in the area. It’s an understatement to say how grateful I am for everyone’s minds, their time and their gusto. I’ve learned that a significant amount of hard work goes into publishing a magazine. We have done this work outside of...

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Never ending winters always makes me long for the summer. The magical weeks of sun, fun and connecting with friends is a sweet, sentimental flashback, a reminder of carefree days. The anticipation of summer not only reminds many of us of our own special vacations and experiences, but brings the joy of seeing our kids off to camp. However you prepare for summer, our summer Camp Guide is here to help you find just the right sleepaway camp or overnight program. It’s not too late to find great options for this summer and it’s not too early to look...

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Ready for a spruce up? Well…spring is here! From sprucing up the inside and outside of your home and everything in between, this issue is packed with helpful tips and hints. For help with your yard, read Smart Mom’s Guide, “Planting a Small Garden.” We also have Pam Molnar’s, “Satisfying the Urge to Purge, The Art of a Successful Garage Sale” as well as ideas by Dr. Dana Harris with “Tips to Spring into Emotional Wellness.” Because life is all about balance…Namaste. Lastly, be sure to jot down a few ideas from my feature, “Spring Fitness” for different ways...

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