Dad bod is pretty great

Dad bod is pretty great

A while back my husband asked me if he had “dad bod.” What? Of course, my instinct was to say no because he’s in pretty good shape and, well, that kind of sounded like the male equivalent of the question “Does this dress make me look fat?” Come to find out, dad bod isn’t as […]

Sun’s out, guns out

Sun’s out, guns out

The sun is officially shining down on us. And if the sun is out, the guns are out! When we talk about guns—also known as our arms — we are primarily looking at those biceps. The biceps are made up of a short head and long head, thus the prefix “bi.” When you see someone […]

Andy Velo cast Navarre beach, residents in national music video

Andy Velo cast Navarre beach, residents in national music video

Andy Velo created quite a stir recently as he and his crew filmed music videos to be aired across multiple national platforms later this year. Boats, video cameras and concerts crashed Juana’s as Velo, country music artist based out of Nashville, filmed the video for his song “Wake Up, Boat, Drink, Repeat.” Read the full […]

Should you get a prostate screening test?

Should you get a prostate screening test?

Prostate cancer, which affects 11.6 percent of men in the United States at some point in their lives, has actually shown a drop in the number of cases by an average of 5.8 percent each year over the last 10 years. Death rates also have been falling, 3.4 percent on average each year, according to […]

Local ‘Love Your Neighbor’ advocate lands national award nomination

Local ‘Love Your Neighbor’ advocate lands national award nomination

Last Friday night Michelle Abrams was surprised to find out she had been chosen as one of 25 finalists for the nation-wide Portrait of a Hero contest put on by Culver’s. Abrams was nominated for her leadership with the Weekend Food Program which provides food for children who might not otherwise have it over the […]

Five things to consider about your protein shake

Five things to consider about your protein shake

Protein, protein, protein! Increased health awareness and a general upward trend in fitness across America is catapulting the nutritional supplement business, protein shakes included, to an estimated $8.8 billion industry by the year 2020. Protein shakes, born in the 1950s, were once strictly for bodybuilders, but they’re now available at the local gas station. Read […]

Santa Rosa County hits lucky number 7

Santa Rosa County hits lucky number 7

Santa Rosa County ranked number 7 out of 67 counties in Florida when it comes to health, according to a study conducted by the University of Wisconsin. The study looked at policies, programs and other factors to predict health outcomes, and thereby rank counties throughout the country. So what made Santa Rosa rank so high? […]

Gardening cultivates young minds

Gardening cultivates young minds

Eva Anderson teaches the Voluntary PreSchool Program at the YMCA. Anderson, who has been teaching for 17 years, built her third school garden this spring with the 2016-2017 VPK class. “It was a fun job to do. I know the children are excited about it,” Anderson said. “Gardens in schools can teach children a lot. […]

Momentum Music debuts first studio album

Momentum Music debuts first studio album

The worship team from Momentum Church is gearing up for its debut album release party at the Imogene Theatre on May 12. Momentum Music’s first studio album, Hope Has A Name, will feature original music and lyrics from the band that plays live each week at the Gulf Breeze and Navarre locations of Momentum Church. […]

Step by step: Meal Prepping

Step by step: Meal Prepping

For some, meal prepping is a big, hairy, scary thing that does not seem possible. For others, it’s just a part of the routine. I’d submit to you that meal prepping is human nature. Let’s check back in with cavemen! They killed an animal and then “prepped it” to have for the days and weeks […]

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