National Women’s Health and Fitness Day 2018

About a year ago, I committed to running. Back injuries and a reoccurring ankle injury have squashed that intention. I'll also admit depression crept in. I'm here today at my heaviest ever in my life. I could describe the negative aspects of this additional weight and make excuses or reasons, I haven't decided which is … Continue reading National Women’s Health and Fitness Day 2018

Hitting the Pavement Part IV

Last step before hitting the pavement - a tip to perfect your runner’s form.

Beating the Summer School Blues

Summer break comes to end and the Fall Semester starts next Monday. How did I survive?! Why am I taking classes now at this point in life?! Read on. Working towards a BA in Health Policy and Administration is my goal. After researching into various career paths and taking into account all of my skills, … Continue reading Beating the Summer School Blues

Stockton’s Library & Recreation Services to see a boost!

#DreamBigPrincess Elena of Avalor doll & DVD Giveaway - Keep reading to enter! Stockton's libraries and recreation services will see a boost through Measure M. Measure M, a special tax that will fund library and recreation services in Stockton, was overwhelmingly approved by 76% of voters during our last election. You'll recognize its benefits through the … Continue reading Stockton’s Library & Recreation Services to see a boost!

How to Encourage STEM Involvement for Middle Schoolers

We know our children have a natural curiosity for science. The next step is to encourage this curiosity into a rewarding college experience and career. I'll show you a few ways to get started with your child in middle school.