Health & Wellness


Author Jackson Reeves

  • Jackson Reeves

    Digital Media Producer

    A Sandy Springs native, Jackson Reeves currently works on the magazine's digital team. In this capacity, he blogs about media and pop culture; helms various online endeavors, including social media, newsletters, guides, and editorial web content; and serves on the Emmis Publishing Digital Task Force, in which capacity he helps establish best practices. Reeves also contributes to the feature well of the print magazine. Previously, he was the assistant editor, for which he manned the style section of the book, while also overseeing other lifestyle beats. Reeves majored in media studies at Vassar College in New York. His work has appeared in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Hudson Valley magazine, Poughkeepsie Journal, and Massachusetts culture magazine the Pulse.


My weeklong Arden’s Garden juice cleanse

The things we do for vanity

I caught myself eating a quarter of a cake one Tuesday, and I began to question my life decisions. Is it really a good idea to eat a dozen doughnuts on National Doughnut Day? Might it be time to stop devouring a pint of Talenti gelato every night, no matter how crack-ably good their sea-salted caramel may taste? Read more...

Witzlib VS. BLAST900

Two core curricula

Take a look at how Buckhead fitness newcomer Witzlib measures up against its neighbor and rising heavyweight BLAST900. Read more...

Against the Odds: Jackson Reeves

Five tales of patient survival and medical wizardry

I have always believed that I died when I was seven years old.

Riding my bike around our Sandy Springs neighborhood one May afternoon, I made a sharp right turn without looking and rode straight into the back of a parked pickup truck. At first, everyone thought I was fine, including a doctor who lived down the street. Read more...

Lift at Terminus Club

A West Coast barre workout makes abs fab

The latest and most ab-assaulting workout to arrive in Atlanta is Lift, an exercise class built around the ballet barre. Run by UGA alum Lindsey Daughters and operated out of Buckhead's sleek Terminus Club, Lift derives its moves from Pilates, yoga, and ballet to yield the most refined core workout in town. Read more...