The Publisher Perspective


March is a BIG month in the Forsyth Woman world! First and foremost, March is Women’s History Month – the month where we celebrate all the incredible contributions women have made in our country’s history. As Laurel Thatcher Ulrich famously said, “Well-behaved women seldom make history.” I think about this quote often, and it encourages me to step outside of my comfort zone and reminds me to have big dreams. You know what they say, if your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough.

On Monday, March 25th, we’ll be gathering at WinMock at Kinderton for our third annual Women on the Move Leadership Conference. This was a BIG dream of mine, and it feels surreal to see it come to life each year. For the third year in a row, the conference is sold out! If you missed out on a ticket this year, be sure to subscribe to our email newsletter so you can be the first to know when tickets go on sale for our 2025 conference. Simply go to and type in your email address in the box that pops up. Stay tuned to the @forsythmags social media platforms to see photos and videos from this incredibly inspiring day!

Our Girls’ Night Out this month is an extra special one! But, before I dive into that, I want to shout out Robert Hall for throwing an incredible Galentine’s GNO event on February 13th. We had 100+ ladies in attendance, and it’s safe to say we all had a BLAST.

On Tuesday, March 5th, be sure to join us at Second Harvest Food Bank for our next Girls’ Night Out event! You know we love a good theme, and the crew at Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC has deemed the theme for this one “Celebrating the ‘herstory’ of the cocktail.” Learn more on page 37.

Other dates to note:

April 9th – Girls’ Night Out at Jeffrey Adams on Fourth

April 27thLKN Magazine’s Boutique Crawl (learn more and purchase tickets at XXX)

Additional highlights in this issue…

  • To continue with our women’s history theme, Taryn put together an article on the history of Barbie. Check it out on page 16.
  • The Forsyth Mags Foodie Review team headed to Sage & Salt Bistro this month! They let me tag along and let me tell you, the tuna tower was nothing short of a masterpiece. The atmosphere at this place is incredible. I already can’t wait for dinners on their beautiful porch this summer! Read the full review on page 35.
  • Our cover this month features Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Outpatient Imaging. While mammograms may be the first important screening that comes to mind, it’s certainly not the only one women should be getting! Learn more beginning on page 48.
  • Our Women on the Move column this month features all the incoming board members of LEAD Girls of NC. This non-profit is near and dear to my heart. If you aren’t familiar (and even if you are!) head to page 60 to learn more about this phenomenal organization.
  • On page 72, we’re featuring the 2024 #EmpowerHer Champions! This is a fundraising campaign for Dress for Success. While you may think of Dress for Success as “only” a clothing closet – it is SO much more! This organization believes in empowering women to improve their lives and move toward economic independence. I can’t think of a better mission.

From our team to you, we genuinely hope you enjoy reading through this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together. Our tagline is “celebrating the lives of women,” and we strive for every issue to do just that.

Wishing you a month filled with health and happiness!

All my best,




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