How to Promote Fitness Among Seniors

How to Promote Fitness Among Seniors   Contribution from Freelance Writer Sally Writes Seniors represent 14.5% of the US population according to the Census Bureau. This means that the number of elderly people, 65 years or older stands at 46.5 million based on the 2014 statistics. Aging has many repercussions including declining mental and physical functioning.  […]

4 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe in Winter

4 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe in Winter Written by: Janice Miller If you’re a dog owner, you know how much fun it is to watch your dog romp in the snow, try to catch snowflakes, and play with the neighbor kids while they slide down the hill, but there are some dangers posed […]

Join Me Feb. 3rd at 1pm PST for the Adapting to Changes on the Exploring Awesome podcast with host Jim Kellner

  Hello Dear Friends, How is life? On an individual and collective level, we are entering a new dynamic. Things are shifting and changing, and it seems to be happening at the speed of light. Things that are happening now are happening for a reason. Some claim it’s for all of us to purge our […]

6 Amazing Beaches for Street Food

At the Beach, Travel and Leisure — February 17, 2016 at 5:00 am 6 Amazing Beaches for Street Food by Elizabeth Kovar+ Nothing sounds tastier after a long day of surfing and swimming than a plateful of tacos or pad thai washed down by the waters from a freshly cut coconut. If you love beaches and authentic […]

The Riviera Maya’s 7 Most Beautiful Beaches

At the Beach — February 18, 2015 at 5:00 am The Riviera Maya’s 7 Most Beautiful Beaches by Elizabeth Kovar+ ©istockphoto/Svetaleo The Riviera Maya is Mexico’s sun-kissed gem boasting endless miles of salty seashores and beautiful bikinis. The Mayan Riviera stretches over 90-miles between Puerto Morelos to Tulum, Mexico. Those who travel to this region instantly […]

Join the 12 Days of Resolutions at Mindbodysoul-food.com

We all have goals, dreams and aspirations. Growing up, I used to make resolutions every year. And then somewhere in my twenties, I stopped. I thought resolutions were stupid and just another failed attempt to lose weight or try to fit in another pair of jeans. I realized that many common resolutions are attached to […]

Elizabeth Kovar M.A. Named PFP Media Personal Trainer of the Month – November 2016

Hello Friends, I am excited to announce that I’ve been named PFP Media’s PT of the Month for November 2016! I am officially a 2017 PT of the Year Finalist! Winners find out December 15th! I’d like to thank all of my colleagues, clients, family and friends who’ve supported me through the years and inspired […]

9 Essential Pieces of Backcountry Survival Gear

MK LIVIN’ – THE MOUNTAIN KHAKIS BLOG FROM MOUNTAIN KHAKIS 9 Essential Pieces of Backcountry Survival Gear Posted by Elizabeth Kovar on April 4, 2016 at 5:00 AM ×  Edit When heading into the backcountry, you need to carry survival gear. Mother Nature can be unpredictable and when traveling at high altitudes, the weather can change in a […]

7 Easy Ways You Can Help the Ocean

From Panama Jack — August 31, 2016 at 5:00 am 7 Easy Ways You Can Help the Ocean by Elizabeth Kovar+ Humans have a direct impact on the ocean’s wellbeing. Regardless of where you live on this planet, every person can help preserve the ocean and its inhabitants. Here are seven easy tips on how you can […]

Top 6 Midwest City Beaches

At the Beach — June 13, 2016 at 5:00 am Top 6 Midwest City Beaches by Elizabeth Kovar+ ©istockphoto/nayuco If you live or grew up in the Midwest, you know the summer has no shortage of hot and humid days. One of the only respites from the summer’s heat here is a nice swim in the […]