Free Money Song!




She heard Pharrell’s “Happy” at 1:24pm on 11/20/14 and was caller #107- and now has $1,000!


Thank you to everyone who listened closely…and a BIG THANK YOU to The Eye Place, Hildreth’s Liquor Mart, El Nopal Mexican Family Cuisine, Forman Investment Services!



Happenin’ Apps Happy Hour at 4pm!


Join us starting at 4:00 pm on QMIX 107.3 for Jordy McTaggart’s Happenin’ Apps Happy Hour! Brent Lee will get you ready for that time of day we all look forward to! Listen everyday, because who knows? You could score a Jordy’s Gift Card just for listening.

Fun Facts about Jordy McTaggart’s Pub and Grill:

  • Live Music every Friday and Saturday Night
  • $5 Appetizers from 4-6pm and 9pm to close
  • New lunch menu: quick, delicious, and all under $10.
  • 24 Beers on tap- guaranteed coldest beer in town!

Hope to see you there!

Illustrated Twitter Typos

Whether you are a Grammar Geek or not, you have to admit, typos can get on anyone’s nerves.

ESPECIALLY on Twitter!

But instead of complaining about it, let’s take a moment and laugh at all these amazing illustrations that @SummerRay has done with some sweet Twitter typos.

Check it out here and check out some of my personal favorites below.

Happy Wednesday!






Running Gadgets

So the Mill Race Marathon is less than a month away (eep!) and we are super excited to be a part of it!

Buzzfeed posted a list of 21 cool gadgets that every runner should have…and some of these would be PERFECT for Mill Race Marathon day! Just remember to practice running with them before the race…nothing new on race day!

Some of my favorites are below…check out the full list HERE.

1. Pacebands

“Knowing what your splits should be is really important if you’re trying to run a certain time — especially for longer distances. These bracelets, available in a wide range of distances and goal times, save you the trouble of memorizing every split or trying to do the math on the fly.”

SB: They have pacebands for every length of race…seems quite handy!

3. Yaktrax

“Don’t let winter limit you to a treadmill for three months! But don’t fall on your ass either! Yaktrax attach themselves to your running shoes to give you some much-needed grip on icy or snowy roads and trails.”

SB: Obviously not needed for this year’s Mill Race Marathon, but if you are planning on signing up for a spring race these would be great for training this winter…especially since it’s supposedly going to be another harsh one.

4. A multipurpose ID bracelet

A multipurpose ID bracelet

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“It’s usually a pretty good idea to run with some form of ID on you in case disaster strikes. While there are simpler ways to do it, this ID bracelet is made of paracord stringing, and can be used as a tourniquet or rope in case of an emergency. It can also double as a replacement shoelace in case of a much less serious emergency.”

SB: Always run with some form of ID. These allow you the freedom to leave your driver’s license at home.

7. Ion


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“While most running shoes and a lot of jackets have reflective strips on them, you can never be too visable to cars while running when it’s dark out. This Canadian company offers reflective strips in a variety of designs that you can iron onto almost any piece of clothing. They do customized designs too!”

SB: These would be great for those early morning/late dusk runs that have to happen to avoid humidity!

8. Knuckle lights

“If you want to go a step beyond reflectors to be seen (and help yourself see), these LED knuckle lights will do the trick. Plus, you’ll probably feel a little bit like Iron Man.”

SB: See previous comment.

9. Foam roller

Foam roller

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“Rolling against this big foam log after a run hurts so good. It’s less portable than The Stick, but it can hit different muscles to prevent injury and soreness.”

SB: If you’ve never used a foam roller before…GET ONE NOW!!!!! These are super wonderful after a run.

13. Shirts that reveal a hidden message when you sweat

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“These cool shirts by Viewsport are meant to get gross and sweaty, as they reveal a secret, usually inspirational message when they get wet.”


14. Body Glide

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“Chafing is one of the worst things that can happen to a runner. So don’t let it happen.”

SB: PREACH IT! When I first started running, I thought chafing was a myth. I also hadn’t at the time run more than 3 miles. Then I ran 8. that last mile…BURNNNNED! Body Glide is your friend.

15. Cool Towel

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After you get these towels wet and snap them a couple times, they become cool, which is exactly what you need after a long hot run. They unfortunately don’t get icy cold, but they offer a little easy and portable relief.

SB: Never used one of these, but I wouldn’t be opposed to it!



17. Shower Wipes

Shower Wipes

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When you’ve got to squeeze a run into the middle of the afternoon, these portable wipes can help make it so you’re not grody for the second half of the day.

SB: a must for all the work-out things!

18. The FlipBelt

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The FlipBelt is an easy way to store your keys, iPod, or pretty much anything else you’d need to bring along on a run.

SB: I don’t specifically use this brand, but I do prefer running with a belt rather than an armband. a) weird tan lines. b) uneven biceps. c.) chaffing

20. Shwings

Will these actually help your run in any way? Probably not, but just look at ‘em! If Hermes and The Flash can run fast with winged boots, you should too!

SB: These are just sweet!

21. Drinking glasses

“After a tough run, you deserve it, and why not enjoy a drink out of a glass that lets everyone know what’s up? What is a beer or two but a little bit of extra carbo loading anyway?”

SB: Yes, the glasses are cool, but what’s even better is the PARTY that is happening AFTER the Mill Race Marathon in downtown Columbus! We will have more details as we get closer, but runner or not, you should probably be there :).

Happy training!

Sara Beth

Brangelina Wedding FTW

So Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got married last weekend (August 23rd- which is a fantastic time of year to get married may I add :) ). This past weekend photos were released of the Bride and Groom and Family and are in People and Hello! Magazine.

Angelina Jolie may not be my absolute fave actress, but I do love a fantastic celeb wedding dress! To my surprise, it wasn’t the dress that got me blogging….it was the veil.

To incorporate the Pitt-Jolie kiddos into the ceremony, not only were they members of the bridal party, but Angelina had designers take her kiddo’s drawings and sew them into her veil!

You can check it out below…I love it! I’m also a sucker for personal details in weddings.

My Muffin Conundrum


OK- Here is my issue.

Monday Night I made some AMAZING Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread Muffins.

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mmmmmmmmm…….. #foodporn.


If you would like the recipe…. I used this one from Rachel Ray and instead of using a loaf pan I made muffins…cuts on cooking time (20-25mins) AND easier to eat! Wahoo!


There’s just one problem.

I like to enjoy these with some butter. (that’s not the problem, but maybe it is….)


But I can never decide how I should slice the muffin!


Should I go down the middle and enjoy both the muffin bottom and muffin top in each side?  With the downside being the ratio of butter to muffin always varying with each bite?

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OR…. Should I slice the muffin top off, enjoy my equal butter to muffin ratio, but know that half of my muffin will be more amazing than the other? 2014-08-27 10.16.42

Because we all know muffin tops taste better than muffin bottoms…. thanks Elaine!


What do you think? How do you slice your muffin when you want to enjoy it with butter?

Meanwhile- I will have the 30 Rock “Muffin Top” Song stuck in my head for the rest of the day.

Have a great one!