When I was in college, one of my best friends had no hair. His name was Don and he wasn’t bald because he was trying to be a rebel. He was bald because it was the result of chemotherapy treatments. He used to work at an ice cream parlor called Farrell’s and one day, Read More

About this time in the year we are tempted to give up, throw in the towel, roll over, go back to old habits, or simply said…just quit.  It takes time to lose weight and get healthy and most of us are just impatient. We want results today without much effort on our part. To, Read More

It is only by God’s grace and strength that I can do anything, including teaching Body & Soul cardio strength and flexibility classes. God reminds me of this lesson, time and time again in my life. And we revisited this truth throughout the last few weeks. My aunt, Darlene Fauble, one of my Dad’s, Read More

I dare you to read this blog and then leave a comment below. You see, it’s New Year’s, which means it’s time to come up with this year’s resolutions. Did you know that surveys report that more than 40% of us make New Year’s resolutions each year and only 46% of us actually keep, Read More

Do you believe in coincidence? I don’t. But I do believe in God and the fact that He has a hand in our lives. So out of a heart full of thanksgiving I want to post this story to document for everyone the unmistakable hand of our Lord in the founding of Body &, Read More

As the leaves change colors, and the smell of pumpkin spice fills the air and entices our taste buds, we all know the season has changed from summer to fall. My advice? Close your eyes, drink in the moment and slow down enough to enjoy autumn. Let the sights and smells and tastes of the, Read More

What one food: Is grown in almost every state of the US with Washington being the most famous? Was given as pay to teachers? Do Americans eat 120 days per year? Reduces heavy metals in the body? Has an aroma that can lower blood pressure – just by smelling it? If you guessed apple, Read More

My son Owen has always been unique. We used to keep a diary of all of the smart and funny things he used to say when he was learning how to talk and when he was in elementary school. We thought he was so clever. Once when he was little, he told us that, Read More

It sounds sacrilegious, I know, but bear with me. I’m not suggesting that Jesus was a couch potato, or a slacker when it comes to exercise. In Biblical times, movement was a part of everyone’s lifestyle. There was no Uber or Lyft to get from point A to point B; you basically had to, Read More

I recently went zip lining for the first time in Belize with my husband, my brother, and my sister-in-law. The four of us were excited as we made our way through rural Central America in our rented SUV, carrying plenty of water, extra snacks, and sporting our trendy outdoor gear to look like experienced, Read More