The Society Diaries: Discover Dallas (Nov/Dec 2018)
The Society Diaries magazine provides a dynamic insider’s view of the bold lifestyle and exciting personality of Texas targeting the most influential demographic. Published bi-monthly, each issue of The Society Diaries is proudly displayed in the most luxurious residences, hotels, spas, and retail points across Texas. In every issue, I get to share Dallas' hottest events and coolest people with readers throughout the state of Texas. Click HERE to read my article from the November/December 2018 issue.
Spa Habitat is an award-winning organic spa and apothecary, providing a relaxing Farm to Spa® experience using only premium natural and organic ingredients that are safe for the skin, the body, and the environment. Owner, Amy Bohn, has worked for years with an organic chemist and an herbalist to develop Clovertree Apothecary, handmade in Texas, and used exclusively in all of Spa Habitat's spa services. Each Spa Habitat location features a Remedy Bar, where skin care and bath & body products are displayed by remedy. Whether you have sore muscles, headaches, blemishes, fine lines or wrinkles, or just want to relax, step up to one of our remedy stations and find some amazing organic products to help extend the spa experience to your home. Visit one of Spa Habitats 5 Dallas-area location or visit www.spahabitat.com.
In 2014, Baylor Wilson was one of the youngest contestants to ever complete on the hit TV show, Survivor, playing with her Mother in Season 29, San Juan: Blood vs. Water. Wit, wisdom and skill landed her in the Top 5. Those traits have continued to come in handy as the singer/songwriter pursues her dreams in Nashville. In 2015, Wilson won the prestigious Country Showcase at Belmont University and caught the ear of producer Luke Wooten (Dierks Bentley, Brad Paisley). He quickly signed her to a publishing deal with SeaGayle Music. Wilson's newest singles “New Light” and “Can’t Help But Break” are now available on iTunes, Spotify, etc. You can catch Wilson at The Rustic on November 21. www.BaylorWilson.com
Terra Mediterranean recently opened their third location inside the new restaurant district at The Shops at Willow Bend. Since the early 1990’s brothers, Jalal Chanaa and Adam Shanaa have made Mediterranean food for foodies hungry for fresh, healthy cuisine first at Ali Baba Mediterranean and now at Terra Mediterranean. The menu ranges from freshly prepared hummus, salads and moussaka to gyros, saffron chicken, as well as an array of meat and fish kabobs. During the day, the crowd-pleasing lunch buffet is loaded with traditional Mediterranean favorites while dinner features specialty items such as grilled sea bass, lamb chops, and oven-roasted trout. The 6,800-square-feet venue features two patio areas, upstairs and down, and a large lounge area upstairs perfect for all types of private events. www.terramediterranean.com