Meet Martha Fletcher, DNP- Fletcher Aesthetics

Meet Martha Fletcher, DNP, of Fletcher Aesthetics, located in Oyster Park- 1421 Shucker Circle, Ste 125. Martha is passionate about dispelling the myth that having injections will result in a fake or overfilled look. She believes you can achieve natural results and a more youthful appearance with subtle tweaks. And she’s here to help!

In addition to Botox, Filler and Skin Care, Martha is proud to introduce CoolPeels Co2 Laser Treatments to her line of services.

Your skin is the largest organ of your body so it deserves a luxury experience. At Fletcher Aesthetics, they help their clients address skin care concerns and aging skin to help them feel better and more confident in their appearance. They take a personalized and comprehensive approach when it comes to their client’s skin care and anti-aging regimen. As Martha says, “Let’s find your best skin, together.” Click here for a list of Fletcher Aesthetics Services and click here to follow Martha on Instagram.

Meet Interior Designers Sabrina and Lexi with Shem Creek Studios

Shem Creek Studios is a full-service interior design firm serving Charleston, South Carolina and beyond. They specialize in everything from new builds to renovations. Their experienced design team offers a bespoke and refined style to clients local and afar. They offer a tailored experience with a commitment to quality that is second to none.

A note from Sabrina and Lexi: Our style is unique to the lowcountry, encompassing
traditional Southern design, while adding touches of modern aspects and pops of color. If you like to have fun with design, we are the perfect pair for you!

At Shem Creek Studios, we strive to do more than expected. With more than 6 years of design experience between the team, we take great pride in the quality of our service. We are driven by creative passion and curiosity. The quality of our products and services reflects our identity. Bringing happiness to our clients is what inspires us daily. Our goal is to create a lasting relationship and a beautiful home that is uniquely yours.

Click here to learn more and be sure to follow Shem Creek Studios on Instagram.

Trivia- Pierates Cruze

The answer is D, the gardens were surrounded by a substantial seawall and included a belled wall.

In 1929, the Osgood family of Massachusetts bought the large waterfront lot and built a large seawall, behind which they created seven pleasure gardens collectively called Pierates Cruze. They then opened the garden to the public in the 1940s where it remained a popular destination through the ‘s. Although the gardens closed in 1959 and the land sold into small lots, there are still surviving garden features, such as the Belled Wall, which was reconstructed after Hurricane Hugo in 1989. 

Be A Tourist In Your Town With Snap! Picture Perfect Tours

Meet Leanne Walasek of Snap! Picture Perfect Tours and Transportation. She’s a Charleston city-certified tour guide here to help you explore what makes Charleston so special! She offers small tour groups with a variety of locations to explore as well as private limo service in her 2021 Mercedes Sprinter Van. So fun, and I hear she’s a good driver! Please click here to learn more about her tours!    

A note from Leanne: Be ready to explore historical sites and breathtaking views of the Lowcountry with small group tours in my 2021 Mercedes Sprinter.

At every Snap! Stop, you will be able to take memorable SNAP! Shots across the parts of Charleston that most people miss.

Need something more private?  Book my van for your corporate function, personal tour service or wedding, concert of party events.

Need Help Getting Organized? Meet Mary Gallivan!

Mary Gallivan is a professional Home Organizer and Personal Assistant who can help you organize your life! Mary comes highly recommended, click here for a few testimonials, and click here to visit “Just So Mary.”

A note from Mary…. HUGS is my favorite decluttering hack. It’s a system to help you separate your belongings from your feelings about your belonging and make objective decisions about what to keep and what to let go.

  • Does the item make you HAPPY

If not, you should donate it.  It doesn’t matter if it fits, if it still has the tags on it, if it was expensive, etc.  If it doesn’t make you happy, you should donate, resell, or gift it away.

  • Is it USEFUL?

The item should be useful and functional right now. If not, you should donate it. You do not need a backup toaster in the garage in case the current one breaks. You do not need eight phone chargers.

  • Was it a GIFT?

What you do with a gift does not reflect how you feel about the person who gave it to you. Full confession, I am the worst at this one. If the gift does not make you happy, donate it. If you won’t use it, you can purge the gift.  It’s OK.  Separate your feelings about the person from the item itself. (And no, you do not have to display the hideous vase just because Aunt Marge gave it to you.)

  • Does it hold SENTIMENTAL value? 

This is the one most difficult for most clients. And please know I am not saying you need to part with those truly special things. You can keep every piece of paper your child has ever written on.  But if you do, each should be proudly on display and not stuffed in boxes in the attic. If they are in boxes, pare back – pick a few favorites from each year and discard the rest.

Decluttering can be daunting. I always advise clients to start small. You do not need to organize the entire house all at once – start with one drawer, one closet or one room. You will be amazed what a HUG can do.