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Kristi grew up in Danville, Indiana where she met her childhood sweetheart and now husband Elliott. After years of living apart including graduate school in New York City and military tours abroad, they resettled and started a family in Indianapolis. Together, they are raising two bright and busy boys—Henry and George. She has a Master's Degree in Social work from New York University and is a RYT 200 Yoga Teacher. In her “spare” time, she enjoys reading memoirs, chasing her boys, and listening to her husband, the funniest person she knows.

“Enough” My Mid-Life Mantra

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I turn 40 this month and, as I approach this mid-life milestone,  I am reflecting on where I have been and where I would like to go.  I am working to begin each day...

Ten Ways to Play Outside This Winter

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It’s the longest, darkest, coldest time of the year. As quarantine drags on, and winter madness sets in, it’s still time to play outside!  I realize this may seem like the last thing you (or...

::Heart of IM – Non-Profit Spotlight:: Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS)

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October is Blindness/Visual Impairment Awareness Month. In celebration of this month, I want to introduce you to an organization providing vital and life-changing services to families in need throughout the state of Indiana, Visually Impaired...

Just Say “No!”

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I don’t know about you, but just when I thought life could not get any busier-- COVID-19! Our entire lives have been rearranged overnight.  Six months in, there seems to be no end in...

Go Play Outside!

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It’s that Goldilocks time of year, not too hot, not too cold, just right--and that won’t last long!  It’s time to play outside. With summer camp canceled and quarantine prolonged, even I’m tired of...

Primary Preparations

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With the primary election just over a week away, you may be sick of hearing about it, excited, or even wondering “what’s all the fuss?”  Whether or not things went your way in 2016, I...

Chores: My Crisis School Curriculum

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We are seven weeks into quarantine, and I remain on a perpetual continuum between homicidal rage and cautious optimism. That might sound overstated, but I am trying to be sincere. The fact of the...

Zumba, an Old Workout for the New Year

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'Tis the season for New Year's resolutions, setting intentions, choosing a word, or crafting your vision board.  For many of us, getting (more) fit is on the list. I faithfully practice yoga and walk,...

You Can Do Hard Things: A Case for Treating Yourself with Kindness

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“You can do hard things”  is a phrase I repeat daily as I encourage my oldest, a perfectionist,  through his tears of frustration at the Lego that won’t snap into place, the letter that...

Boundaries, A Girl’s Best Friend

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We are deep in the throes of the start of school. In the last month, you have likely been asked to serve on the PTA,  as a Scout leader, the classroom parent, and to donate...

Meatless Meals for Families

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    Whether you are concerned about your health, the environment, or just using all of the vegetables and herbs from your garden, now is a perfect time to try any of these meat-free meals.  These...

You’re Killing It at Work, but Is It Killing You?

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Have you recently overflown the bathtub, caught dinner on fire, or nearly run your children over in the driveway? A year ago, I did all three of those things in one week. I was...

::Heart of IMB – Non-Profit Spotlight:: Boys & Girls Club

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About The Boys & Girls Club The Boys & Girls Club is a non-profit dedicated to enabling all young people, especially those who need them most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible...

Month of the Military Child

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April is Month of the Military Child, underscoring the important role military children play in the armed forces community. To honor their unique contributions and sacrifices on behalf of our country, each April is...
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