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2nd Annual Family Carnival Event {Recap}

2nd Annual Family Carnival Event {Recap}

CMB’s second annual Family Carnival was held on a perfect, sunny afternoon at Chattanooga Christian School’s campus. We loved celebrating the upcoming end of school and beginning of summer with our readers and their families! Our all-star line up of event sponsors made the afternoon so much fun for all who attended. Families were invited [...]
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Family Friendly Riverbend

The annual Riverbend Festival begins today! Riverbend has been a summer staple in Chattanooga for over 35 years. Most Chattanoogans are familiar with the annual eight-day event, and while “family friendly” might not be the first thought to come to mind when thinking of Riverbend, there are plenty of things to do for the whole […]

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Highland Park mural

Why I Love Living in Highland Park

At a birthday party not too long ago, I overheard a conversation about historic Chattanooga houses. It was not long before someone brought up Highland Park. “Oh, yes,” I heard someone say, “Highland Park has some beautiful homes, but I would never, ever want to live there.” This is not the first time I have […]

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Little Free Libraries

Why I Love Little Free Libraries and Where to Find them in Chattanooga

Have you noticed the micro libraries popping up around the city in public spaces over the last few years? The take-a-book, leave-a-book movement these curbside book stations represent has gone global, building over 60,000 book exchanges in more than 70 countries since it began in 2009. Most of the house-shaped libraries are just a little […]

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Further Up And Further In: Getting Hard Things Done

Further Up and Further In: Getting Hard Stuff Done {Series}

Around mile 10 of my first half-marathon, my legs decided they’d had enough. I had been warned by strangers in blog posts more experienced runners that mile 10 was a brick wall. At some point in a distance race, your mind and/or body start to protest – loudly. And sure enough, with just a few […]

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