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90 Day Fitness Challenge

90 Day Fitness Challenge

Hey Everyone! We are starting a 90-day fitness challenge just in time for summer. Our goal isn’t to lose a bunch of weight, but instead to make living a healthier lifestyle a habit. We aren’t saying you won’t lose weight because you will. Sometimes measuring your success by a number on a scale can be discouraging, especially when you are losing fat weight but gaining muscle weight. We want this to be a success for body, mind, and spirit. We…

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Pregnancy 911: A Purple Leg & Bloody Breast Milk

Pregnancy 911: A Purple Leg & Bloody Breast Milk

Before I get into my pregnancy horror story, I want to start by saying I am blessed to have a healthy, happy three-month-old baby boy. That being said, grab your wine, you’re in for quite an experience. After surviving 4 months of “morning sickness” (I don’t know who the genius was that named it that! Should be 24/7 sickness.) I thought it would be smooth sailing. However, I was very wrong. Around the end of my sixth month, I started…

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Wilderness

Wilderness

Excited to announce our friend Jace has released a new short film, WILDERNESS. It’s a film adaptation of Carl Sandburg’s poem, Wilderness. Presented by Brandyn Burnette, the film tells the story of a couple struggling with themselves and each other. It explores love, rage, death and more. Come join us as we go into the Wilderness. You can check out more projects by Jace on Facebook.     WILDERNESS There is a wolf in me … fangs pointed for tearing…

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#MeToo A Letter From A Friend

#MeToo A Letter From A Friend

I would like to give a little preface before jumping to Cristal’s story.  For people who might not know what #MeToo is, it is a movement that exploded on social media that gave women who have been sexually assaulted and/or harassed a voice to say: “me too”, “you’re not the only one”, “I’ve experienced that also”.  The goal was to show just how many women on a daily basis experience such atrocious behavior towards them. I, Corrie, have my own…

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