Perspective in the New Year

As we launch out into a New Year, we must ask ourselves an important question: What really matters? The fact that we live in a fast-paced culture certainly complicates the matter.  Jim Henry observed, “The non-stop pace of life in America certainly

New Year “New”trition

How many of you have said, “I’ll start Monday,” but when Monday came, you had no idea where to begin? This happens all too often when we want to better our health. There are abundant resources that will get you motivated and

2017 Year in Review

Time sure flies! Post-eggnog, it’s easy to speed forward and cleanse your system from all the holiday indulgence, but before you start drinking your freshly juiced carrots, take the much needed time you’ve been promising yourself all year for meditation and contemplation

Realistic Resolutions

It’s that time of year again – New Years resolution season. Research suggests 8% of the people who set New Years goals will achieve them. How are yours holding up in 2018? In case you are wondering, there is a better way

Letter From the Editors

I love that everyone looks like a rock star in January. Have you noticed it too? We’re all rocking that new favorite shirt, boots, or coat as we head back to work. But it’s more than the new threads that has us

#wheresthesquare

When developing our TourCollierville branding, we kept in mind that Collierville is uniquely identified by its historic town square. Whether headed to Square Beans for some much needed coffee or leaving Silver Caboose after a piece of chocolate cake, there is no

A History of Faith

Collierville was founded in 1835 or 1836 in Shelby County, which in turn had been established in either 1819 or 1820, depending on which sources you trust.  Collierville was named for Jesse R. Collier, who was a landowner and was instrumental in

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