Author Archives: Kansas

Stress Awareness

Stress Awareness

Tomorrow (11/6) is Stress Awareness Day. It is super important to carve out some time for yourself to help with relieving stress in your life. Stress truly is toxic for your health, both mentally and physically. Today I’d encourage you to invest in your own mental health by practicing self-care, because there is no health…Read more »

Leaves Don’t Go In The Street

Leaves Don’t Go In The Street

Today I received a notification from the City of Kearney that really serves as a healthy reminder regardless of where you live. With the change in season also comes the change in leaves. As the leaves begin to fall it is important to understand and be reminded of the proper way to collect and dispose…Read more »

The Lion King’s special place in my heart

The Lion King’s special place in my heart

Back in the 90’s my love for The Lion King and Simba was bigger than words could ever describe. I was hooked the moment the film came into my life. Watching the Lion King was my first film to see in theaters and I remember the excitement of going to the show like it was…Read more »

Looking for something extra cute today?

Looking for something extra cute today?

Today while getting lost in my FB feed I came across a video that just about brought me to tears I laughed so hard. It’s far too cute! At first the girl is the star of the show but then the dog steals the show and that’s where the mind-blowing came into play. Just give…Read more »

Narrowing down what to watch on Netflix just got easier

Narrowing down what to watch on Netflix just got easier

If you’re looking for another reason to chillax on the couch and veg out this Fall/Winter you’ve come to the right place! Today I’m feeling extremely thankful that I came across this list posted by the New York Times on Twitter. There are so many incredible films available to watch for FREE with your Netflix…Read more »

Are you ready for IT???

Are you ready for IT???

Halloween is coming and that means it’s time to binge-watch some Stephen King movies… but how many is too many? Dish Network will pay one lucky person $1,300 to watch 13 Stephen King movies before it’s time for trick-or-treating. 13 Stephen King Movies = $1,300??? The movies included are: Carrie (original or 2013 remake) Children…Read more »

Where has the time gone?!?

Where has the time gone?!?

I can’t even believe we are looking at the last couple weeks of summer left in store. The Spring & Summer of 2019 came with some big highs and lows. Let’s recap, shall we? #NebraskaStrong became so much more than just a State slogan; it really represented the strength of our farmers and community. Not…Read more »

Look At All That Attitude

Look At All That Attitude

Seeing all the 1st Day of School photos today, made me want to share my last day of Kindergarten photo with you. Man, look at all that attitude! Yep, that’s me. I’ve been highly disappointed with school ending since I was 5, I’ve also been disappointed with all the waiting around for an event to…Read more »

Feel Good Friday

Feel Good Friday

Last week I talked with long time Island listener, Amy H. of Grand Island. She shared her experience participating in the Special Olympics in Omaha. It was exciting hearing her tell us that her team took 1st place! She was very excited to win being that this was her first year to participate. I shared…Read more »

Rolling Stones Announce Opening Act for Denver

Rolling Stones Announce Opening Act for Denver

When the Rolling Stones come through town on Saturday, August 10, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats will open the concert at Broncos Stadium. The Night Sweats have been touring aggressively since the release of their 2018 album, “Tearing at the Seams”. The group has made appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The…Read more »