#TXBites: Mammoth Creameries, Keto Friendly Ice Cream That’s Yummy Too

This article was first published in Texas Lifestyle Magazine on July 15, 2020. Tim and Sue Krauss didn’t have a plan or even much direction when they began making ice cream. But they did have a common goal–to live a healthier lifestyle. Tim Krauss was 28 years old when he was diagnosed with Type 1Continue reading “#TXBites: Mammoth Creameries, Keto Friendly Ice Cream That’s Yummy Too”

Five Minutes With Andrew Shebay: “Woke the Monster” Director, Producer

This article first appeared in Texas Lifestyle Magazine on June 3, 2020. “Woke the Monster” is a documentary about addiction, PTSD and prison, but the heart of the film explores the intricate path towards recovery, redemption and a 100-mile finish line. Working out of a minivan and using three cameras, a drone and a GoPro mightContinue reading “Five Minutes With Andrew Shebay: “Woke the Monster” Director, Producer”

The 5 Reasons Dr. Seuss Remains Timeless, Tops Bestseller Lists

Known for entertaining children through books, cartoonist and writer Dr. Seuss’s unusual, memorable and timeless stories have been captivating children and adults across the globe for over 50 years and continue topping the bestseller list.  Dr. Seuss published his first children’s book, ‘And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,’ which was rejectedContinue reading “The 5 Reasons Dr. Seuss Remains Timeless, Tops Bestseller Lists”

Five Minutes With Trevor Romain: Best-Selling Children’s Author

This article first appeared in Texas Lifestyle Magazine April 2, 2020. Trevor Romain’s life-long mission is infused within the pages of his children’s books that empower and impart fearlessness in the youngest of readers. Romain is an award-winning author and illustrator, podcaster, motivational speaker and philanthropist. His objective is to help parents and children understandContinue reading “Five Minutes With Trevor Romain: Best-Selling Children’s Author”

Lake Travis Film Festival, an Inaugural Event

This article first appeared in Texas Lifestyle Magazine on February 20, 2020. The Lake Travis community is getting a little larger as its first film festival heads to the area February 27-March 1 with festival-goers basking in lake views while enjoying some of the best new independent films. It’s been a dream of one local LakeContinue reading “Lake Travis Film Festival, an Inaugural Event”

Five Minutes With Tammy Shaklee: LGBTQ Matchmaker

This article first appeared in Texas Lifestyle Magazine on February 13, 2020. Valentine’s Day has historically focused on love between a man and woman, so how does a straight, married matchmaker create a successful business pairing up professional LGBTQ singles? The answer is simple—with objectivity, compassion, optimism and the fundamental belief that everyone deserves love.Continue reading “Five Minutes With Tammy Shaklee: LGBTQ Matchmaker”

Five Minutes With Amy Arnold, Jessica Stanley: Co-Founders Card My Yard

This article first appeared in Texas Lifestyle Magazine on February 5, 2020. Amy Arnold and Jessica Stanley created their successful Card My Yard business to help others create moments of surprise and to celebrate their special moments. Arnold and Stanley, both native Texans and moms to three kids, became fast friends after meeting during Bible study.Continue reading “Five Minutes With Amy Arnold, Jessica Stanley: Co-Founders Card My Yard”

A Memorable F1 Weekend with Mission Winnow, Scuderia Ferrari

This article first appeared in Texas Lifestyle Magazine on November 26, 2019. What is a winnow and what is its mission, you might wonder? As a part of Philip Morris International (PMI), Mission Winnow’s goal is to drive change by constantly searching for better ways of doing things—”winnowing.” With a focus on science, technology andContinue reading “A Memorable F1 Weekend with Mission Winnow, Scuderia Ferrari”

Five Minutes With Jen Hatmaker: Author “7 Days of Christmas”

This article first appeared in Texas Lifestyle Magazine on November 13, 2019. Jen Hatmaker is a New York Times bestselling author, wife, mother of seven, podcast host, blogger, speaker and social experimenter. The Texas native was inspired by her book, “7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess,” to take her social experiment of restraint and turnContinue reading “Five Minutes With Jen Hatmaker: Author “7 Days of Christmas””