Adulting can be daunting, exhilarating, and full of fantastic surprises. Balancing work, owning a home, enjoying a social life, and taking “me time” in our fast-paced world can be a lot to juggle.
Follow Beatriz, a young professional, as she takes on the challenges of becoming a first-time homeowner in an unfamiliar city, meeting new friends, and discovering all things Dublin, Georgia. She combines expert guidance, determination, great outfits, and a lot of laughs to show that adulting isn’t so bad after all. Doing it all in Dublin, Georgia—a city that will show you sunny days, twinkling nights, and weekends filled with laughter and music and selfies—makes adulting that much easier.
1. Sunday Funday
Finding balance before the start of any new week is knowing how to Sunday Funday like a pro. Find the perfect combination of friendship and food for the soul at Hometown Grill before discovering the great Georgia outdoors at River Bend Wildlife Management Area. Bailey the Boxer gets in on the fun, getting his paws wet and becoming an #ExploreGeorgiaPup.
2. Something New
The finest conversations take place over comforting, steaming mugs o’ goodness; My CoffeeShop is where the Dublin, Georgia locals gather for just that. Beatriz and her Bank of Dudley advisor Candice meet here to discuss her financing options while searching for her new home. Join Beatriz as she begins her house hunting journey, beginning with Curry Realty at tranquil Moore Station Village.
3. Only The Best Of The Best
Beatriz enlists the help of Premier Properties to find a fixer-upper and falls in love with the historic Stubbs Park neighborhood. The search for a home can be long (or hopefully short), but when the “ah hah” moment strikes and the home of your dreams appears, that is when the real fun begins.
4. Shopping Therapy
When life gets bustling, what’s a girl to do? Shop ‘til you drop, of course! But first: lunch. LaJoya serves up authentic Mexican flavor that will delight your taste buds. Sister-sister quality time while shopping local is effortless in Dublin, Georgia. Get to know Smith’s Jewelers for something that sparkles, Mint Boutique for trendy styling, and The Treasure Store for an eclectic mix of antiques, furniture, and décor for a new home.
5. Dream Bigger
The historic “skyscraper” in downtown serves as headquarters to the Dublin, Georgia branch of Georgia Military College as well as home to lunchtime destination Landmark Café. Today, it provides a quiet corner for Beatriz to catch up with her sister on all the upcoming St. Patrick’s Festival events. An afternoon stroll using the Downtown Dublin Walking Tour app leads the sisters to MLK Monument Park where they discover that young Martin Luther King Jr. gave his first speech in Dublin at just fifteen-years old. After all that exploring, getting comfy and catching up with a friend is sweet, but doing it with gourmet candy apples from Sweet T’s Bakery is truly icing on the cake.
6. Work Hard, Eat Good is Our Rule of Thumb
The home buying deal is complete, but the work is never done! Beatriz searches for suitable office space, once again calling up the experts at Curry Realty for a tour of co-workspace at The Henry. Closing a deal with ease and settling into a new job is cause for celebration and there can’t be a better way to celebrate than sharing a cheers and dining like royalty at Ristorante da Maria.
7. Night Out
Some days, and especially Saturdays, Starbucks is a morning must. After all, nightlife will soon be calling! Eyes will light up while taking in a movie on the largest retractable screen in Georgia at the historic Martin Movie House, the perfect start to any girl’s night. Company Supply serves up the freshest talent on the local music scene and award-winning entrees, all while boasting the only oyster bar between Atlanta and Savannah. Plan your visit to Dublin, Georgia today and see for yourself how many Company Supply oysters can you eat!