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Two Years in Texas

Events     |    July 1st, 2016

On this day two years ago, my Mini Cooper rolled into Dallas packed to the brim with my belongings, my cat, my dog and my own excitement for a new adventure. I had spent three days alone, driving 1,700 miles through California, Arizona, New Mexico and finally Texas. I had no idea whether I was here […]

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Makers & Shakers: Meet Maddy Smith

Makers and Shakers People     |    May 2nd, 2016

Running a small business can bleed into every area of your life. The line of distinction between ‘free’ time and work time gets blurred everyday. For tattoo artist and art-repeneur Madeline Smith, that line all but disappears when you’re the name and face behind your brand. Nearly seven years ago, Madeline, Maddy to friends, made the […]

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Makers & Shakers: Meet Christina Lei

Makers and Shakers     |    April 5th, 2016

In a health industry saturated with trainers ranging from the hyper athletic to the overtly eccentric, Los Angeles based yoga instructor Christina Lei DuBois is finding her balance somewhere in the center. After more than a decade spent practicing yoga, Christina can still remember her first yoga class as a teenager. Coming from a background of […]

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Summertime Goals

Locales     |    June 21st, 2015

While it has felt like summer for well over a month or two here in Texas, today marks the first official day of the Summer season. I’ve had a love/hate relationship with summer in the past. As a fair complexioned, easily overheated individual, endless days of sweltering heat and punishing rays wear me down quickly. […]

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Beauty in Your Surroundings

Locales     |    November 15th, 2013

It’s been awhile since I have had the opportunity to soak up California’s natural beauty. Living in Northern California, there exists a seemingly endless supply of hills and mountains to climb, beaches to dip your toes into the water and peaks to climb. A few weeks ago I had the distinct pleasure of visiting a […]

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