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Dyer Morning Schedule

Words by Dena Dyer   A few months ago, I started working at a “real” job for the first time in several years. Prior to that, I’d been a part-time writer, speaker and teacher who did most of my work from home. Although I quickly came to love my job and the routine of going to an office of my own, the transition was quite an adjustment. Like most working women, I never feel caught up at work or home. Recently, to try and understand just how others juggled work, family, and other responsibilities, I subscribed to a motivational...

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Restoring Lost Beauty

Words By Jan Brand Photography by Paige Taylor   Pride in craftsmanship has mostly been lost in a world in demand for the kind of consumption that created mass production. We still revere names like Stradivarius for his handmade violins that bring millions at Sotheby’s in New York City, or a Chippendale, George II Padouk cabinet that sold at Christie’s in 2008 for just over four million dollars. But it’s rare in our “Made in China,” particle-board world to find those who love excellence. More and more we see a revival in consumer demand for the authentic.   Voltaire...

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My Hometown, 10 Years in Review

Words by Ashlee Myers Photography provided by GreenFox Marketing Solutions   Granbury, Texas. A town rich with deep Texas history, small-town culture and a thriving community of folks – has inevitably seen tremendous growth over the years due to it’s almost inexplicable draw. While some things in Granbury seemingly never change – like the flow of the Brazos river, the spirit of the Granbury Pirates, a sunset on Lake Granbury or the sight of the Historic Granbury Square during Christmas; parts of the many puzzle pieces that make up Granbury have changed over time. As a Granbury local, I’ve...

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Yoga is a Great Place to Start

Words by Lindsey Powell   My Yoga story. The day I found yoga I never looked back. I was well over 200 pounds with no idea on how to get back in shape, struggling with anxiety and depression. When I finally made the decision to get into the gym, I started where most people do, I purchased a gym membership and jumped on the treadmill. As I attempted to run off the weight, sweating profusely and feeling like I might actually die, I found myself dreading every day in the gym. I was continuously fighting off shin splints, making...

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Granbury After Dark

Words by Melissa McGavock Photography by Tori Townsend   As we well know by now, Granbury is a unique place to live. The landscape is somewhere between the hill country, the plains and West Texas, and our culture reflects that. Inside our town, you’ll find wine made locally from grapes harvested right here, much like the Texas Hill Country; you’ll find artisans of every medium, from potters and quilters, to painters and singers, you’ll find the finest ribeye to the most mouthwatering chicken fried steak even West Texas palettes would be proud of. All in the shadow of Comanche...

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