Hi! I grew up in a one-stoplight town in rural Nebraska and my whole family still lives there with three churches, a bar, and a courthouse. I left because I like lots of people and taller buildings, and I don't like cold weather. On those rare days in Texas when it gets snowy and icy, you'll find me inside Googling beach vacations. I don't plan to leave Texas now that I've been here for most of my adult life because the barbecue and fajitas are just way too addictive. I've worked in radio from the moment I graduated from college at the University of Nebraska, and besides getting the hang out with cool people like you every day, I love sports, great restaurants, self improvement, and meeting new people. I love all movies starring Melissa McCarthy or Julia Roberts, and all TV shows with home improvements or food in them. You'll probably hear me talk about my three daughters on the air, along with the challenges of being a single mom. I'm on several of the dating apps, because trying to meet someone in person these days is way too creepy.
Weird Bets You Can Make on the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is coming up Sunday, and it will probably have very little to do with football. In addition to the snacks, beer, and commercials, there will be some odd little bets you can make, if you're so inclined, on everything from the length of the National Anthem to the number of times President Trump will tweet about the game.
This Weekend’s Pro Bowl Features Several Texas Players
They'd rather be skipping the Pro Bowl this weekend to get ready for the Super Bowl instead, but it's still a big honor to be selected to play with the best of the best in the NFL's all-star game. And there are several players with Texas ties headed to Orlando to play in Sunday's Pro Bowl.
A Financial Awakening Comes At This Age
Most people say they finally become comfortable with their finances when they reach a certain age, and it's under the age of 35. And if you've already blown by this milestone and you're not feeling too money-confident yet, we've got some tricks to get you moving toward a $4 million stash for retirement.
Texans Aren’t Making Enough Babies These Days
How many kids do you have? If it's more than two, it's higher than average. Texans are making fewer babies now, and that could have a big impact on the population down the road.
Prep Yourself For the Super Bowl With Last Year’s 10 Best Ads
Dilly Dilly and Tide Ads caught on last year, and as we wait for the biggest Super Bowl commercials of 2019, these can refresh our memories and prep us for February 3rd.
Today Is Officially The Most Depressing Day Of The Year
They're calling it "Blue Monday," and it's the most depressing day of the year. The good news is, the winter blahs are peaking and it can only get better from here.
Would You Eat This Part of the Chicken?
If you're getting a little tired of eating chicken breasts, drumsticks, and wings, there's a new option from the same bird. When you find out what part of the chicken some folks are eating, you might flip a feather.
Have a Tiny Home Shipped Right to Your Door
We're buying everything else online, so why not a house too? The market for tiny homes in Texas keeps growing, and the easiest way to get one is to buy it online and have it shipped right to your door. Or perhaps to your empty plat of land.
The Newest Superfoods Are Totally Doable
If kale isn't exactly your thing, the newest superfoods will probably be much more appealing to you. Some of the things that Texans have been frying and burying in cheese for years are now considered superfoods, so this news may make your whole year.
Kick The Habit and Become a Millionaire
Texans who smoke will spend over a million dollars in a lifetime on the habit. Non-smokers are richer than they thought!
Texas Police Are Warning Speeders With Cardboard Cutouts
This is catching on everywhere, and we'll be seeing more of it in 2019. Fake police officers like "Constable Scarecrow," that are cardboard cutouts made to look like real officers with radar guns.
East Texas Has Several of the Most Dangerous Jobs in the World
If we're inside an office all day, odds are that we're going to be safe and not have to worry too much about getting injured (or worse). But some of our neighbors in Texas are risking their lives by going to work at dangerous jobs every day, and it's not just the just the obvious ones that pose the biggest risks.