What Women Want

It can be so easily overlooked the many different ways that women can support other women, and just as important, themselves. Now more than ever it’s inspiring to see women coming together and all the amazing doors that doing so opens. Take some time this month celebrating Women’s History Month, and every month to support …

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Mixing Up the Traditional Valentine’s Day

It takes a short trip to any store to see the aisles and windows decked out in hearts and crepe paper to know that Valentine’s Day is swiftly approaching. While traditions can be fun, sometimes mixing up the expected can be a much needed fresh approach whether you’re out on a date or hanging out …

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365 Days of Tone It Up

One year ago today, I became part of the Tone It Up Community on what could best be described as a whim. When I started Tone It Up, I honestly didn’t have anything to lose. I was unhappy with where I was with my health, which mirrored how I was honestly feeling in life as …

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2017: A Year in Reflection

The ending of a year calls for taking a moment to stop and acknowledge all of the in between that filled the past 365 days. Undoubtedly 2017 was a year of change in so many aspects of my life. While 2017 has personally held the most heart-shattering moments, I would choose to remember it more …

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Rodeo Ready in 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we’re not talking Christmas. It’s time for the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas! For 10 days, and 10 fabulous nights, Vegas transforms into a cowboy town with so much to take in all across the valley. Whether or not this is your first rodeo, there …

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Holiday Spirit in Five Steps or Less

I can’t think of a single being that would describe me as a holiday-loving girl. Once Halloween is over I silently check out until we’re ringing in the new year, I love fresh new beginnings. Thanksgiving is my least favorite holiday of all, and Christmas has always been a quiet affair. I don’t really have …

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Five Common Myths About Shelter Dogs

Nothing breaks my heart quite as much as a dog being dropped off at a shelter. It’s like a commercial with Sarah McLachlan singing on loop in my head.  Shelters are so crowded filled with little hearts that trusted their owners but “grew up to be too big”, “isn’t trained” …or something along those lines. …

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Monster Energy Cup Madness

Things have been so heavy and busy lately that I can’t tell you how much I’m looking forward to this Saturday when Sam Boyd Stadium is transformed to house the Monster Energy Cup dirt track and the smell of exhaust, stadium food and fun fill the air making it officially feel like fall has come to …

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