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A DECADE OF CELEBRATING HILTON HEAD

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FOODS TO MAKE YOU SMARTER

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CB2 CELEBRATE BLUFFTON & BEYOND

CRUISE CONTROL HOW TO CHANGE A BAD HABIT

FOODS TO MAKE YOU SMARTER

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FALL FESTIVALS FOR FOODIES

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST

BREAKING NEWS

Article by Linda S. Hopkins Photography by M.Kat

Shrinking waistlines, lifted seats and toned thighs have been sighted in the vicinity of Shelter Cove Towne Centre on Hilton Head Island. An investigation has determined that Pure Barre Hilton Head Island is the organization responsible. Eye witnesses report a close-knit group with bodies showing signs of increased physical strength and flexibility; additional evidence indicates mysterious side effects including high levels of confidence and unusually positive outlooks. Stay tuned for the latest updates‌.


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BREAKING NEWS

Article by Linda S. Hopkins Photography by M.Kat

Shrinking waistlines, lifted seats and toned thighs have been sighted in the vicinity of Shelter Cove Towne Centre on Hilton Head Island. An investigation has determined that Pure Barre Hilton Head Island is the organization responsible. Eye witnesses report a close-knit group with bodies showing signs of increased physical strength and flexibility; additional evidence indicates mysterious side effects including high levels of confidence and unusually positive outlooks. Stay tuned for the latest updates‌.

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of sameness outweighs any negative consequences of your current behavior or potential positive outcomes of making a change. If the answers are all yes, then dig deep and define the reason or reasons that will drive you to do what is necessary to succeed. Rather than focus on negative motivators (e.g. if I keep smoking, I might get cancer), try coming up with a list of positive results or rewards you expect when you make the desired change. Examples might include financial gain, time for other activities, increased energy, greater confidence, less pain, improved relationships, etc. The more specific you can be about your “why,” the more successful you will be. Ask yourself, “What will be different or better about my life if I make this change?” If you are stuck, or if your why is too small or too vague, play the “so that” game: “I want to _______ so that _______ so that _______.” Keep repeating the phrase until you get to the most compelling reason, and set your sights on the prize you’re after. THE NITTY GRITTY If you’ve read this far, you might be interested in making a change. But interest is not enough. You must also be committed to and invested in the process—enough so that you will take action. For example, you can be interested in losing weight by making smarter food choices and/ or starting an exercise program or interested in delighting your partner by aiming for the hamper with your dirty socks. But unless you are committed to and invested in doing the work, that goal is likely to fall between the cracks. You will be too busy, too tired, too something…. In his book, Do One Thing Different, professional counselor Bill O’Hanlon suggests eliminating a bad habit by changing the way you “do your problem.” If the family-size bag of nachos calls loudest to you when slouching on the sofa in front of the TV, decide to do one thing different before sticking your hand in the bag: sit in a different chair; brush your teeth; apply some lip balm; change your shoes…. Interrupting the usual pattern may be just the signal your brain needs to break out of it and make a different choice. The same applies to that good habit you intend to establish. A lofty goal and lengthy to-do list is unlikely to yield lasting change. Start small instead. For example, if your goal is to save money for a cruise, you might begin by depositing all your pocket change in a jar at the end of each day. In the same way, if you’ve decided you need to drink more water and you’ve barely been getting in eight ounces a day, suddenly committing to eight times that much might be a stretch. Try adding one more glass than normal today and increase in small increments. By taking baby steps toward change, old behaviors will eventually give way to new habits that are as automatic as driving down the highway…on cruise control. 

Habit vs. Addiction Habits and addictions are closely related in that both are a result of behaviors that you repeat on a regular basis. While a habit is part of the behavior associated with addiction, some important distinctions are worth noting. You may be in the habit of brushing your teeth every day, and it might make you feel good, but it’s doubtful that you will ever need a 12-step program to stop, nor would you want to. For the record, no person has yet reported an addiction to broccoli, so unless you have a medical reason to abstain, feel free to eat all you want. On the other hand, you may regularly have a cocktail to relax after work. In moderation, this behavior may be harmless. However, indulging for the purpose of numbing yourself can quickly turn an alcohol habit into an addiction. Addictions are typically associated with substances and/or behaviors that bring you a sense of temporary pleasure or fulfillment or that help regulate moods. You can get addicted to tobacco products, gambling, sex, pornography, sugar, video games, texting, television, Facebook, shopping or even exercise. (Yes, too much of a good thing can be a bad thing.) Over time, the pleasure-seeking pattern can create neuropathways in your brain that associate negative feelings with an overwhelming desire, need, or craving for the substance or activity. Physical or psychological withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, headache, tremors or an overwhelming sense of stress or anxiety may mean that your habit has become a bigger problem. Obsession with or inability to function without your fix is a clear sign that you are addicted. If you feel that you cannot stop doing something that is negatively affecting your life, if you are having withdrawal symptoms without it, or if you are hiding your behavior, you may be addicted. Your primary care physician, therapist or other health professional can refer you to appropriate resources for help.


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The BoardroomSept 5: C2 and The Brothers Reed (Starts at 10PM)

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Aunt Chilada’sTommy Sims (7PM)

Ruby Lee’s- Sterling & Shuvette Captain Woody’s- Chris Jones (6-9PM)

Charbar Co.Football Specials! $12 Mix & Match Domestic Buckets $20 Select Cocktail Pitchers $15 Select Craft Beer Pitchers

Reilley’s Grill & Bar: DJ Tanz (10PM)

Holy Tequila- Live Music! Happy Hour Daily (4-7PM) Porter & PigLive Jazz with The Will Snyder Band (6PM- 9PM)

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The BoardroomSept 14: Temple Tones Sept 21: GTA Sept 28: Temple Tones (Starts at 10PM) Ruby Lee’s-Stee & Ear Candy Band Porter & PigNacho Average Wednesday: $5 Pulled Pork Nachos and $18 craft can beer buckets


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The PearlReid Richmond (7-10PM)

The Rooftop at PosiedonSept 16: OCD (9PM) Sept 30: OCD (9PM) The BoardroomSept 2: Five40 Sept 16: Of Good Nature

The BoardroomSept 3: Danka Sept 10: White Liquor Sept 17: Alex Guthrie Band Sept 24: Marvelous Funkshun (Starts at 10PM)

Reilley’s Grill & BarSingle Husbands Band (6PM) Crazy Crab Jarvis CreekMike Wilson (6PM)

Porter & PigLOCALS NIGHT! 15% off all food for locals!

Aunt Chilada’s- The Groove (7PM) Ruby Lee’s- Target the Band Skull Creek BoathosueSept 29: Jacob & The Good People (8PM)

Rooftop at PosiedonSept 3: Rumours The Fleetwood Mac Tribute Show (9PM) Sept 17: SALSA NIGHT! (8PM) Sept 24: Silicone Sister (10PM)

Crazy Crab Jarvis CreekSept. 2: Mike Wilson (6PM)

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PCCLC 26TH ANNUAL GALA “Seasons of Life” with Guest Stars, Al & Lisa Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame. The Sea Pines Country Club, HHI and will include Dinner, Live auction, Raffle Drawing and pianist Michael Dayle. $75 pp and the deadline to register is Sept. 22nd (843) 689-2222

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LOWCOUNTRY DRAGONFLIES Coastal Discovery Museum 3:00PM $7/person coastaldiscovery.org

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CAROLINA DREAMERS CRUISE-IN Shelter Cove Towne Centre 5PM-8PM

PEP ANNUAL THE 5TH ANNUAL GALA CUT-A-THON Sea Pines Tara’s on HHI Country Club 10am-3pm 6:00PM All proceeds go Silent & live towards our Feral auction items, Cat Program dinner and dancing (843) 681-8686 (843) 681-8413

ITALIAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL Coastal Discovery at Honey Horn Plantation 11AM-4PM $6/person

23 DIVE-IN MOVIE JAWS The Island Rec Center 5-10PM $6 for adults, $5 for children islandreccenter.org.

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ZONTA OF HILTON HEAD 5% DAY! Whole Foods ALL DAY EVENT!

7TH ANNUAL LATINOS UNIDOS FOOD FESTIVAL 11:00AM Shelter Cove Community Park (843) 689-6612

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SATURDAY GREAT AMERICAN “SUMMER CONCLUSION” COOKOUT The Salty Dog Café 4 PM at South Beach Marina Ribs, Burgers, Fried Oreos and Twinkies, Beer & Cocktail specials, Live music

10:00AM Arts and craft fair, food vendors & shag dancing! edistochamber.com

HARBOUR TOWN FALL FEST 11:00AMS Sidewalk sale with Harbour Town shops, Local favorite ‘DeasGuyz’ and nautical activities! www.seapines.com

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17 AMERICAN LEGION GOLF TOURNAMENT Rose Hill Golf Course $90/player Cookout, Raffles and Door Prizes (843) 473-3080

24 PEDAL 4 KIDS HH High School fun for all ages and benefits the Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head Island $35/adult pedal4kids.org

30 WINE EVENT Rose Hill Mansion 7-9PM (843)757-6064

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