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Ellementa: Global Cannabis Wellness Network for women

Women, Fitness and Cannabis Wellness

Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to be a speaker about Fitness and Cannabis on the panel at June’s Ellementa event. Ellementa is a Global Cannabis Wellness Network for women. They host monthly gatherings in 35+ cities, bringing together women with experts and brands. The group aims to release the stigma surrounding the plant, […]

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Robischon Gallery

Robischon Gallery

Since 1976, the Robischon Gallery has featured a wide variety of contemporary art. Located at 1740 Wazee street, it boasts 9,000 square feet of showroom space. With ample room for large installations and a huge artist list, it’s frequently called Denver’s best gallery. From sculptures to photography, to site specific paintings, the rotating exhibits are […]

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Featured Charity- Friendship Bridge, Lakewood Colorado

In Guatemala a 36-year guerrilla war which formally ended in 1996 and ongoing drug cartel and gang violence has left over 200,000 people dead and created an estimated 1 million refugees in Guatemala. The country struggles with poverty, infant, child, and maternal mortality, malnutrition, proper sanitation, and contraceptive awareness and use. The female literacy rate […]

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Summer Healthy Eating Habits

Simple Things You Can Do To Be Healthier This Summer

Summer days are long and hot, but more carefree and laid back than the rest of the year.  Practicing self care is something we should do all year, but work, relationships, and everyday hassles seem to take up all our time. Take time this summer to incorporate simple changes in your daily routine to enhance […]

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Michael Porter Jr

Michael Porter Jr. – Worth the Wait

As the names were announced in last week’s NBA draft, players such as DeAndre Ayton, Marvin Bagley III, Luka Doncic, and others strutted to the stage in flamboyant suits and logo filled caps to shake hands with the commissioner and celebrate their early first round selection.  Michael Porter Jr. sat awkwardly at a table nearby […]

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

A Disappointment 65 Million Years In The Making

As a parent who loves movies, teaching my kid to be film literate has always been a priority. The trick is making it all age appropriate. It’s not like on his eleventh birthday, I’m going to pour him a big glass of lemonade and sit him down to watch Schindler’s List.* With kids, you need […]

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2nd Denver NORML Summer Camp

CannaFitness at Denver NORML’s Summer Camp

Get ready for the 2nd Denver NORML Summer Camp, happening July 13th – 15th! The event is presented by CannaVenture, an event planning service focused on low-cost, outdoor cannabis adventures. This year, they’ve teamed up with Marijuana Fitness Nutrition, to offer a Cannabis Bodyweight Class. I’m excited to say my wife Heather and I will […]

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Dating Denver

Dating Tools To Help You Find a Needle in a Haystack

Psychology Today published an article about why dating advice is keeping us single.  In the introductory paragraph the article author Ken Page, a clinical social worker, says, “Most popular dating recommendations build on a fatally flawed concept: If you want to find your soul mate, make yourself more desirable. As useful as this might sound, […]

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Warped Tour

Warped Tour

Let’s pretend I have a waybackintheday machine that we can step into and travel back to 1995.  Why would we go there you ask? Are we going to bet heavy on the 49ers winning the Super Bowl? Are we planning to unveil the Unabomber’s identity the day before his manifesto comes out? We could try […]

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