I've been on the air in East Texas since 1999, and in radio for my whole adult life. I've been single, married, and single again, and weeding through the dating apps as a single mom of three girls is quite the adventure. It all leads to one fun and embarrassing story after another for the radio show. We chat about fitness and exercise, relationships, and workplace experiences, pop culture news, kids, and things that bother us and make us laugh and bawl our eyes out too. Faith, fitness, and family are really important to me, and I love shopping and sports too. My daughters crack me up and ask odd questions and challenge me, and you'll hear me talking about wild parental adventures with them too. Life is full and a little nuts, so let's hang out and do it together. It's better with friends, and sometimes vodka.
‘COVID Campers’ are Selling Like Crazy
Rolling down the highway in an RV this summer sounds like the perfect socially-distanced vacation. We can stay away from everyone else and fit a month's supply of snacks inside those camper cabinets.
Face Mask Breath is an Unexpected Problem
It doesn't take long to discover that wearing a face mask ensures we're going to have an even closer relationship with our own breath. Even if it's not bad breath, it's more noticeable than ever, and that can get on our last nerve.
Shoppers are Discovering Most Fitting Rooms Are Closed
This is a huge relief for people who hate trying on clothes. We can't! But for how long?
Misinformation About COVID-19 Can Come Through One Method
After looking at millions of tweets about coronavirus, they've figured out that there is one method that could be making information about the virus go... well, viral. And it's not always accurate.
Things to Grill Besides Meat
Since there's an apparent meat shortage happening and prices for steaks and burgers are shooting higher at the grocery store, throwing a portabello mushroom on the grill this weekend is sounding like a great idea. And have you ever grilled a peach?
This Shortage May Ruin Your Memorial Day Weekend Plans
We survived the toilet paper and meat shortages, and now something else is disappearing that could have a big impact on your socially distanced Memorial Day weekend plans.
Weird Ways That Sports May Change
Before all of this, we never thought twice about a quarterback licking his fingers as he's about ready to snap the ball, but seeing it now might cause us to worry about his immune system. In fact, sports may change in a lot of strange ways.
4 Reasons I Will Miss the Lockdown
Once the shock of the quarantine wore off, there was some sort of weird acceptance that happened. And then gratitude. There are four specific things that I'll miss when the lockdown is completely over.
Dogs Are Getting Bad Pandemic Haircuts Too
I couldn't take it anymore, so I had to shave the schnauzer completely. And then I discovered that Purina's "tips and tricks for keeping dogs happy" during the pandemic don't involve buzz cuts. Poor Benny.
3 Reasons Why the Class of 2020 Should Not Feel Robbed
If you're graduating from high school or college and mad at the coronavirus situation for robbing you of a once-in-a-lifetime experience, put that thought on pause for a sec. You're part of something unique, and the world wants to recognize that.
Moms Should Be Making $94,000 Per Year
Moms, if you received a gift for Mothers Day that truly matched your value, you got a big fat check close to six figures. Moms roll a dozen jobs into one every day, but there's one that's worth more than all the others.
How to Homeschool and Not Feel Like a Failure
After almost two months of homeschooling, it's time to admit that I really don't know what in the heck I'm doing. But I think there is one key to not feeling like a total failure, and it's really pretty simple.