I hope you feel inspired to take a fresh look at your surroundings and think about a subtle new change or crazy new color you’d like to incorporate.
February has always been one of my favorite months of the year. After recovering from the festivities of Thanksgiving through the ceremonial dropping of the Times Square New Year ball, the month of red hearts and chubby cherubs gives me the feeling that love is really what it’s all about.
Along with the new year also comes those dreaded resolutions, but this year, I am tackling them with optimism. New diet, new clothes, new clients and new horizons—what could be better?
It is truly the most wonderful time of the year for shopaholics like me. And while I understand the premise that it is better to give than to receive, with all the temptations in this season of giving, I think December will be a draw. One for you, one for me.
Whether on the ice, on the field or in the ring, this issue’s got something every sports fan can cheer about.
As we embark on the much-anticipated start of the “season,” it is with immense pride, gratitude and excitement that I welcome you to my inaugural issue as publisher of Boca Life Magazine. It is the pinnacle season of my publishing career, a lifetime in the making. I not only relish in what I have the opportunity to do as publisher from day to day, but I strive to make it my mission to share that passion and success with our dedicated audience and advertisers.
“Well, it was too late to take Roanoke out of the story, and we apologize for making it sound like a fun place to visit.”
Weather permitting (and that’s been a problem in recent years), this uniquely exciting weekend will return to its former premier stature this month. And, as you might guess from our feature “Up in the Air,” we are proud to be a part of this disturbance of our peace.
Normally we would chuckle at the idea of a story on a truck stop for a magazine that also featured luxury homes, yachts and airplanes. But not when the writer is Eric Barton.
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