I've been on the air in East Texas since 1999, and in radio for my whole adult life. I've been single, married, and single again, and weeding through the dating apps as a single mom of three girls is quite the adventure. It all leads to one fun and embarrassing story after another for the radio show. We chat about fitness and exercise, relationships, and workplace experiences, pop culture news, kids, and things that bother us and make us laugh and bawl our eyes out too. Faith, fitness, and family are really important to me, and I love shopping and sports too. My daughters crack me up and ask odd questions and challenge me, and you'll hear me talking about wild parental adventures with them too. Life is full and a little nuts, so let's hang out and do it together. It's better with friends, and sometimes vodka.
The Average Tax Refund is Larger This Year
With all of the tax law changes we've been waiting to see how that impacts refunds this year, and out of the 53 million refunds issued so far, the IRS says the average refund is a few dollars higher than last year. What people are spending refunds on may surprise you.
It’s National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day!
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches might have gotten us through childhood, but now it's time to kick it up a notch with the grilled version. Or with frozen PB&J cups. April 2 is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day and we're not holding back.
It’s Opening Day for MLB and Concessions are Wilder Than Ever
One Major League ballpark this year will sell sweet potato fries with powdered sugar, chopped pecans, and whipped cream on top, and they're drizzling it with chocolate sauce and Nutella. Just take our money right now. Who says baseball is about baseball? Concessions for the win.
Why All Car Fuel Doors Aren’t On The Same Side
It's one of those questions that will eat at you until you know the answer. I couldn't stand it so I clicked on the article, and this is what I found out about the fuel doors on our vehicles, and why we don't have them all on the same darn side!
Using Uber on St. Patrick’s Day Could Save You $20,000
The green beads and beers are expensive enough on St. Patrick's Day, and getting a DUI on top of that could make it the most expensive holiday ever. One group is teaming up with Uber to encourage everybody to take a sober ride home to save some lives and thousands of dollars too.
Grill a Pizza for Pi Day
East Texas pizza joints will be celebrating Pi Day on March 14th with sweet deals, but if you truly want to celebrate math and the greatness of pie on 3.14, you could measure out the ingredients and grill a pizza instead.
The DQ Mint Oreo Blizzard is Here
Dairy Queen is launching its new flavor of the month and it will totally give the Shamrock Shake a run for its money.
The 5 Best Places for Cheap Eats in East Texas
After that story earlier this week about high grocery bills, we're on the hunt for cheap eats! And there are several East Texas restaurants that have some.
The Best Spring Break Hidden Gems in Texas
Cancun, Padre Island, and Florida's Panama City Beach regularly draw hundreds of thousands of spring breakers each year, but there are other good options that might be cheaper, less crowded, and just as awesome. And some of them are a lot closer to home.
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 P…
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.
Texas Police Are Warning Speeders With Cardboard Cutouts
This is catching on everywhere, and we think 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. Will it work in East Texas?