Social Media Detox: Why You Need To Power Down

My latest article for Sharp Heels deals with the need to power down from our social media so that we can reset our minds, collect our personal thoughts and actually get some sleep! Here’s the opening excerpt:

“Scouring my social media feed at the airport in between business meetings one day, I had a […]

5 Healthy Tips To Keep You On Track Through Thanksgiving

Turkey Day, Gratitude Day, Day of Feasting, whatever you call it, the Thanksgiving holiday is absolutely the gateway holiday for us to fall off the wagon from the healthy diets we have tried so hard to maintain throughout the year. There is just something about the warm and cozy season that makes us want […]

Loved The Lunch and Learn with the Celtic Bank in Salt Lake City

I had a delightful time at the Celtic Bank “Lunch and Learn” this Wednesday sharing my Top 10 Tips To Toast To A Healthy Holiday!

The staff was interactive and fun and I enjoyed all of their health and wellness questions. Being there reminded me once more of my love for what I do! […]

Body Positive: What Does It Really Mean To You?

How to Love Your Body at Any Size by Angela Martindale

When I submitted an article to The Active Times for consideration about ways we can love our body and why we need to for our health, I was excited to hear back that it was going to be published! I could talk […]

Fresh Living Show Birthday Bash

“Celebrate Good Times, Come On!”

Thanks to KUTV2 for inviting me to be in the audience to celebrate the 6th Birthday of the Fresh Living Show ! Even though the picture is a little blurry, I was ecstatic not only to be invited, but also to win a Harmon’s Gift Card for $100! I […]

The Talk: Domestic Violence, Nutrition and You

October was a very busy month for me as I embarked on a mini-media tour to share my own personal story and raise awareness for Domestic Violence. I am so grateful to ABC4 Good Morning Utah, the KUTV2 Fresh Living Show, FOX Las Vegas and ABC Las Vegas for having me on as a morning […]

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