Running the Cap10K? How To Make Sure You Perform Your Best

by Alicia Holroyd on January 15, 2020

Whatever the distance or event you’re tackling, whether it’s the first time you’ve run competitively or you’re a seasoned racer, these tips can help you level up. The Capitol 10,000 was established in 1978 and...

Five Minutes With Ruby Walker, Formerly Depressed Teen

by Leona Barr on January 10, 2020

A book for people who hate self help... and themselves. Ruby Walker is an 18-year-old creative writing and art student at Trinity University in San Antonio. When Walker was 15, she went from a numb,...

Five Minutes With Caleb Owen Everitt, Co-Founder of LAND

by Gabi De la Rosa on December 16, 2019

He knows a thing or two about luxury products. As the co-founder of Austin-based design firm LAND, Caleb Owen Everitt’s portfolio includes Hermes, Nike, Vans, Warbly Parker and Patagonia just to name a few. His...

Keeping a Healthy, Youthful Skin For the Ages

by Bebe Brown on November 20, 2019

Julie Ferstler grew up at a time when taking care of our skin wasn't as commonplace as it is today.  Yet, Ferstler’s mother used products to prevent aging and taught her daughter to do the...

Healing Acne in Austin: Finding Friends & Living the Life

by Bebe Brown on November 6, 2019

When she moved to Austin, Bobbi Ratliff was ready to meet new friends and embrace the ATX lifestyle. Yet, the 24-year-old knew that could be difficult. Simply put, Ratliff lives with acne.  Here is the...

Five Minutes With Kathryn Whitaker, Mom of 6 & “Live Big, Love Bigger” Author

by Lisa Davis on September 26, 2019

Kathryn Whitaker is a Dr Pepper super fan, Aggie-loving, Type A mom of six with a personality the size of Texas. As a native Texan, Whitaker's southern twang matches her Texas-sized sass. She met her husband...

Mind Alive Now, Massage for the Brain

by Lisa Davis on September 18, 2019

The Mind Alive Now Experience brings the type of clarity, focus and inner peace usually seen after years meditating. Bruce Meleski, or Dr. Mel as he’s called, has coached athletes, CEOs, working moms, and older...

6 Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safe Playing Sports in Extreme Heat

by Donna Fitzgerald on May 9, 2019

Extreme heat can make exercising outdoors challenging, and it’s crucial to take all of the necessary safety precautions. So, check out these six tips on playing it safe during high temperatures. 1. Get Acclimated to...