Publisher Notes: January 2020

 

Happy New Year! Time for a fresh start and to hit the reset button. If only it were that easy, right?

I have never been particularly fond of resolutions, because quite frankly, I can’t keep them longer than a month! And trust me, I have tried. In my much older and wiser age, I realize my failures and embrace my shortcomings. I now choose to focus on my successes and await new challenges.

I can honestly say that I am  a firm believer in change. Just ask my staff. I loathe predictability in the magazine. So in our continuing quest to make Augusta Magazine the best it can possibly be, we are going to be bringing some new sections and stories your way.

Adventure is the name of the game in 2020. I’m not going to divulge exactly what the changes are at the moment, but we hope our readers will like them.

I am officially ready to take on 2020…both personally and professionally. I hope you are too.

-Ashlee

 

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