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Publisher's Letter

To Welcome 2017, Stuart Magazine Takes A Look At Local Neighborhoods And What The Future Has In Store

I love the start of a new year—you get to have a fresh start to create new possibilities and hopefully, like me, a clean slate after a very busy end of 2016.

I also find it a wonderful time to reflect on the past year, as well as examine the things that you want to do in the year to come. Setting New Year’s resolutions may not be everyone’s cup of tea (it is not something I personally like), yet it can be a way to make yourself accountable for all of those goals that you truly want to accomplish.

I personally love to redesign or rearrange my home’s furniture or layout. And there’s a fabulous before-and-after story locally in Rio, shot by Ron Rosenzweig. The home now graces our magazine’s cover this month. I was so amazed by the redesign and working of elements, that it has inspired me to attempt a future remodel.

And since I mentioned our sweet little Rio area, we decided to visit some of the popular spots in Martin and St. Lucie counties to give you an update on our neighborhoods and what’s to come in the future. If you’re looking to move, this is the right article for you.

Also in this issue is a story on the amazing Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties. While we are sad to see Bill Bee leave after years of service, we acknowledge the amazing transformation and growth this organization has seen with him as CEO. Please think of them this year when donating. 

We at Stuart Magazine look at the year of 2017 as we do every New Year—as a chance to rejuvenate, improve your life, or even reinvent who you would like to be. Regardless of your chosen path in 2017, we hope that you rejoice in the fact that you have yet another year to find happiness and health.

On behalf of Stuart Magazine and myself, we wish you a very Happy New Year!