607, 2015

How’s Your Environmental Diet?

Happy Monday, everybody! Welcome to episode 2 of my “Go!” motivational podcast. I’m hoping that this little jolt of sunshine will get your week kicked off to a great start.

Now, last week I talked about “What […]

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507, 2015

You are worth making a scene over.

I have a girlfriend who has a super specific fitness goal right now:

Doing one real pull-up.

“Thirty-year-old woman completes one pull-up!” is not likely to become front-page news in her local newspaper.

There’s not going to be […]

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307, 2015

How to Create Your Own Style

I’m so excited to introduce Style on my blog! Fun Fridays will never be the same. Considering that I spend most weekdays sweaty and working from home, rocking out my athletic wear, by Friday, I’m […]

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207, 2015

Boxing to #makeascene

I’ve been SUPER bummed about a hamstring and sciatic issue that has benched me from running. Lucky for me, I have a fantastic personal trainer, Eli Green (AKA MEAN GREEN) from Bob’s Gym, who is […]

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107, 2015

I Love Studio Fran

We celebrate places, people and things I love on Wednesdays!

To kick things off, I’m giving a heartfelt shout out to my BFF, super cool mama, #ladyboss, and amazing custom jeweler, Frances Cadora of Studio Fran.

Check […]

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3006, 2015

Tomato Sandwich LOVE

Recently, I facilitated an amazing retreat in Savannah for my #makeascene participants. It was hot, hot, hot in Savannah! Despite the heat, we enjoyed a lavish, catered picnic in Forsyth Park.

Our caterer, Margaret Adler of […]

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2906, 2015

MAKING A SCENE means…

This is the first in a series of Go audio mp3’s to wake you up on your Monday morning and get you going.

So, this first Go mp3 is all about making a scene.

Listen here: (If you […]

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2806, 2015

Oh that? Not anymore.

Courtney, a single momma of a beautiful twelve-year-old son, had never been apart from her boy for more than a single day, except for the unreliable weekends with his father.

Twelve years. No adult vacations. No solo time […]

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2106, 2015

This pain could be your portal.

If I could transport you back in time, 12 years ago, to the two (trying to be three) bedroom home in Evansville, Indiana where I lived with my husband Scott and our young kids, this […]

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1506, 2015

Chill out. It’s tambourine time.

It was our final night in Positano and we’d been promised the meal of a lifetime.

“Mama” — who ran the kitchen at this legendary restaurant — did not disappoint.

Course after course poured out of her […]

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