On Wednesdays We Wear Pink

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Wednesday We Wear Pink Accessories

By Erica Johnson

Part of the iGoPinkLife’s new concept is a total lifestyle overview. If you’re any type of a girly-girl like we are, we all love fashion in some way shape and form. AND if you couldn’t guess, the favorite color of the iGoPinkLife team is…(drumroll please), PINK! To us, it’s more than a color, it’s a statement…a bold statement not only of fashion but a statement that brings unity to women supporting women; a color that stands for survivorship and a color that evokes happiness.

Each month you’ll be seeing us cap off the month with our “On Wednesday’s We Wear Pink” segment (but to be quite honest, we wear pink nearly 7 days a week around here.) I’m excited to kick off this segment with one of my key secrets to fashionably add pink your lifestyle.

You guessed it, accessories. I’m an accessory nut—from shoes to handbags, jewelry to scarves. There is SO much you can do with accessories without breaking the bank too. Try some of these simple secrets to make your wardrobe pop with a flash of pink:

  • Jewelry – there are so many fantastic costume jewelry places out there these days. One of my fav’s is Charming Charlie…tons of great looks that fit any budget. A pop of color or a fun necklace can completely change the look of a simple outfit.
  • Handbags – I’m not a fan of changing out purses (I’ll pack one purse and not change it for months) however, when I’m going to a luncheon or out and want to keep basic but add some fun to my outfit, a handbag is a simple way to do it.
  • Shoes – my poor husband, thank goodness he understands my love for shoes. These here are some that I constantly get stopped for all the time. They’re made by Guess and from Macy’s (a few years back though). Super comfy, constantly a show stopper and with your Macy’s card, even more on sale!
  • Scarves – in Texas it’s a bit too hot to be accessorizing this time of year with scarves, however, it’s one of my Fall staples. Go on Youtube to find some tutorials on how to knot scarves and you’ll be amazed what fun you can do with a piece of fabric!
  • Lipstick – I call it an accessory because it really can be. Smiling can be one of life’s greatest accessories. Shine those pearly whites and dawn them with a fabulous bold color too!

So as we roll out our on Wednesday’s we wear pink segments, we’d love to see what ways you incorporate pink (or color) into your wardrobe! Get creative…it’s amazing how far a few pieces can change your look!



A Prayer to the Cardio Gods

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By Tori Carruth

When I was in high school, I ran on the cross country and track team, spent a few seasons cheerleading, and played soccer all four years. I basically chose every sport that included miles of running as a “warm up”. As a result, after high school I pretty much swore off running as much as I swore off wearing Ugg boots with skirts (not my best look).

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Once I got to college, I realized that my metabolism wasn’t what it once was, and I could no longer eat McDonalds for 2 out of 3 meals a day. After a few years of “working out” (I put quotes around this because, let’s be honest, I went to the Rec Center to gossip), I finally have decided to take up running again. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers; I’m not kidding.

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SO! What makes running fun? So far, literally nothing, except maybe new shoes. If you’re a runner, a casual walker, or you just want to rock your leggings and 5 year old sorority t-shirt on your weekly Target run (no judgement, girl), check out these cute shoes that will at least be fun to look at when you’re already stopping to walk on mile one. Just me?

I got my shoes on sale and can’t seem to find them anywhere now L However, I’ve linked some similar and some other pink shoes that I love! Happy running!

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Splurge or Save: Swimsuit Edition

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iGoPink Summer Swimsuit Buying Guide

By Tori Carruth

It’s officially summer! I grew up a lover of the water. Whether I was on my parent’s boat, at my grandparent’s pool, or taking my siblings to the country club, I was surrounded by water. However, I am terrified of the ocean—weird, I know, but there’s just so much OPEN water. Anyone else?

I’ve always been a fan of summertime style. It’s one of the few times where it’s acceptable to rock a swimsuit, flowy dress, fresh face, and natural hair 24/7. In Texas, it’s almost recommended that this be your summer uniform. Anything more and you might end up melting!

Swimsuits are one of those things that you can save or splurge on, and nobody has a clue what you spent but you and the Nordstrom gal (who may or may not be judging you for spending half your paycheck on something that covers half your body). I have a swimsuit from Target that I’ve had for two to three summers, and I still get compliments on it. Whether you’re splurging on that Triangle bikini or splashing around in a bargain-buy, here’s a guide to our favorites this summer!

 

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National Pink Day is June 23rd!

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What?! There’s a National PINK Day?!?! There sure is! National Pink Day falls every year on June 23rd – which happens to be on a Thursday in 2016 – and is a celebration for the color pink PLUS everything it represents!

We would be honored for you to get involved and celebrate this special day with us!

How to Get Involved:

1. Plan to go PINK! Start planning with your family, friends, co-workers, and/or teammates to join together and all wear PINK on Thursday, June 23rd.

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2. Share a Photo! Take a photo (group picture, selfie, etc) when you are wearing pink! Submit your photo to us by sharing online (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) with the hashtag #iGoPink, and tag our page (FB: The Breast Cancer Charities of America OR TW: @igopink IG: @_igopink)

Share online and vote daily HERE or below for your favorite #iGoPink photos! If you share a photo with #iGoPink and tag @iGoPink, you will have the chance to WIN iGoPink gear (t-shirts, waterbottles, pink ribbons, bling bracelets, etc)! Winners will be announced on June 23 and June 24.

Enter and vote below:

You can also submit and vote for photos daily on Facebook at http://bit.ly/PinkDayPhoto

3. Create A Fundraiser. Spread awareness and raise funds for women who are still struggling with breast cancer! It’s quick and easy to start your own fundraiser OR join together and raise funds with a team: CLICK HERE to get started!

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Create your fundraiser today at donate.thebreastcancercharities.org/nationalpinkday

4. Make a Donation. Honor a cancer survivor or a loved one with a PERSONALIZED eCard when you donate to help breast cancer patients. Your donation today and on June 23rd makes a difference. CLICK HERE to donate today

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Thank you for joining with us to celebrate National Pink Day on Thursday, June 23rd! With your help, together we can spread awareness about breast cancer and continue to make a difference in the lives of women who are battling breast cancer.

Donate TODAY at donate.thebreastcancercharities.org/nationalpinkday

 



Feeling Beautiful Again Program Serves Patients with Beauty & Hope

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The Breast Cancer Charities of America is serving women across the nation through their Feeling Beautiful Again program. This service provides women who are battling breast cancer with a beauty bag of hope. If you or someone you know is battling breast cancer, request a free Feeling Beautiful Again bag!

The Feeling Beautiful Again kit, which comes in a reusable pink tote, is full of beauty products to make a woman feel feminine and beautiful again. Amongst the lip gloss, blanket, nail polish, and more, women will also find education information on breast cancer, a step-by-step workbook and the organization as a whole.

“We often hear that after losing a breast(s), eyelashes, hair and dealing with the skin changes that come with cancer treatments, a woman feels less feminine and less like herself,” said Erica Johnson, Founder and Executive Director of The Breast Cancer Charities of America. “With these Feeling Beautiful Again bags, we hope to help remind a woman that she is beautiful and strengthen her self-image.”

This little act of kindness can brighten a woman’s day and give someone struggling through the emotional and side effects of breast cancer a new lift on life.  If you or your company may be interested in setting up a ‘Beauty Drive’ to assist with collecting the items put into these bags, or if you know of someone who may appreciate or be in need of a Feeling Beautiful Again bag, please visit www.iGoPink.org/FeelingBeautifulAgain or call us (936)231-8460.



Wine, Women & Shoes Houston: Location, Map & Directions

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We are looking forward to seeing you, your friends, and Wine Women & Shoes Houston attendees this Thursday, September 24th! Get ready for a fun and fabulous evening at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center from 5:30 to 9pm.

Map of The Woodlands Waterway Marriott

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Directions to The Woodlands Waterway Marriott

From Houston, TX:

  • Go North on I-45
  • Exit and continue onto Woodlands Pkwy
  • Turn right onto Six Pines Drive
  • Turn right onto Lake Robbins Drive
  • Destination will be on right

Parking:

  • Valet available – hourly rates apply
  • East Garage (next to Marriott Hotel) – hourly rates apply
  • Town Center Garage (across Six Pines, next to Cynthia Woodlands Pitchell Pavillion) – hourly rates apply
  • Other parking available nearby

Wine Women & Shoes Event Map

From Shoe Guys, to the “Key to the Closet”, a New York Style Runway Fashion Show, boutique shopping and wine tasting, Wine Women & Shoes will be the ladies night out this fall. In addition, new stations will include Kendra Scott’s “Sip & Sparkle” and “Best in Shoe” competition that will be crowned that that evening.

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Presented by EXIT Lone Star Realty, Wine Women & Shoes Houston will start at 5:30 pm and showcase new fall fashions, designers and fabulous shopping experiences that every woman will want to see!

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Tickets are available for purchase until Wednesday, September 23 at 4pm at

WineWomenandShoes.com/Houston



Wine Women & Shoes Houston FAQ’s Answered!

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Wine Women & Shoes Houston is LESS THAN 2 weeks away! The BIG Fall event benefitting The Breast Cancer Charities of America will be returning to The Woodlands on September 24, 2015 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott.

Presented by EXIT Lone Star Realty, Wine Women & Shoes Houston will be showcasing new fall fashions, designers and fabulous shopping experiences that every woman will want to see. “Last year was our inaugural Wine Women & Shoes event in The Woodlands and it was a huge success and VIP sell-out” said Erica Johnson, Founder & Executive Director of The Breast Cancer Charities of America in which the event benefits. “This year, our committee has a plethora of new surprises and fantastic shopping experiences that any woman would love to win.”

From Shoe Guys, to the ‘Key to the Closet’, a New York Style Runway show, boutique shopping and wine tasting, Wine Women & Shoes will be the ladies night out this fall. In addition, new stations will include Kendra Scott’s ‘Sip & Sparkle’ and one of the ladies favorite, the ‘Best in Shoe’ competition that will be crowned that that evening.

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FAQ’s

1. Where can I buy a ticket?
www.WineWomenandShoes.com/Houston

2. What are the ticket prices?
VIP tickets are $150 and General Admission tickets are $100 a piece.

3. What’s the difference between VIP and General Admission tickets?
VIP will receive a reserved seat and table along with a special VIP gift and bottle service.

4. If I have a General Admission ticket, will I get a reserved seat?
There will be chairs available for general admission but will be on a first come first serve basis. There will also be cocktail tables and other areas where you can watch the fashion show.

5. When will you stop selling tickets online?
Tickets are available online until 4pm on Wednesday, September 23, (unless tickets sell out before then).

6. Will you sell tickets at the door?
If tickets still remain, they will be available at the door on a first come first serve basis.

7. Can I pre-purchase Key to the Closet or Sip & Sparkle tickets?
No, all tickets will be on first come first serve limited basis…so we encourage you to get there when the doors open!

8. What is the evening’s agenda?
Doors open at 5:30pm. Shopping, photo booths, wine tasting and more until 7:30. Runway show and program will begin around 7:30pm. Evening will conclude at 9pm.

9. Must I be present to win Key to the Closet?
Yes

10. My girlfriends and I are all buying VIP tickets separately but want to sit at our reserved VIP table together, how do I make sure that happen?
Please send an email with the final list of ladies by September 18 to info@igopink.org (after September 18, guarantee of seating arrangements or re-arrangements can not be made.)

11. Is there a formal dinner?
No, this is a cocktail type event with appetizer stations mingled within the wine tasting stations.

 

Did not answer your questions? Please email us at info@igopink.org and we would love to answer your questions and address any concerns that you may have.

We look forward to seeing you at Wine Women & Shoes Houston on September 24th!



Montgomery County Breast Cancer Survivors to be Honored at Wine Women & Shoes

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Five amazing women and breast cancer survivors from Montgomery County will grace the runway and be honored at this year’s Wine Women & Shoes Houston.
 
“I’m honored to be among such amazing women” said Coleen Ingram, one of this years models who is a breast cancer survivor. The survivors in the fashion show include women that were diagnosed with breast cancer in their 20’s, to women diagnosed in their 60’s; a true reflection that breast cancer can strike at any age. “We have not let breast cancer define us; rather we are defined by our character, integrity, morals and values” said Coleen. “It’s more than just being a breast cancer survivor that we reflect. It’s the ability to stand up here and show that no matter what women may go through, together we can unite to make a difference, smile through it, and put on our lipstick and high heels!”
 
Breast cancer survivors that will be honored include: Stephanne Davenport, Jenna Dozier, Maria Holmes, Coleen Ingram and Krissie Vanyo.
 
Wine Women & Shoes benefits The Breast Cancer Charities of America and is presented by EXIT Lone Star Reality. Gowns for the survivors have been donated by Couture House of The Woodlands. The event will take place on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott. Tickets are available at www.WineWomenandShoes.com/Houston or through the charities website at www.iGoPink.org
 
Additional sponsors for the event include: Kendra Scott, BMW The Woodlands & Houston North, CHLOE Wine Collection, A Memorable Event, Radiance Advanced Skin & Body Care, Morgan Stanley, The Lind Institute of Plastic Surgery, Trina Turk, Elaine Turner, LUCHO, blo Blow Dry Bar, Massage Heights, Villa Sport, The Vein Doctors, Pinnacle Point Insurance, Four Seasons Veterinary Hospital, Speedpro Imaging, Mindy Harmon Photography, Brio Tuscan Grille, KB Kasuals, Rhinestone Leopard, Armario de la Bella, Tara Flannery Photography, Nnene Mbonu Photography, JStacy Photography, Nearly Me, Neal Hamil Agency, The Woodlands Waterway Marriott, Double P Bakery, South Walton Florida, PR Luxury Marketing, Sunny 99.1, Fox 26, The Woodlands Lifestyles & Homes, Living Magazine, ConnexionW, Community Impact, 99.7 K-Star Country, I am Magazine, PKWY Magazine and Woodlands Online.


How I Survived Triple Negative Breast Cancer

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Written by Chiara D’Agostino, Breast Cancer Survivor and author of the Cancer Fashion Blog www.beautythroughthebeast.com 

I found the lump on my birthday, October 25th, 2014. It wasn’t a happy 43rd. August 2014 I had my routine mammogram and a week later the letter from the hospital arrived; everything was “normal.” Apparently, I have dense tissue in my breasts so the mammogram didn’t detect the lump. (Ladies, if you have dense tissue in your breasts – ask your radiologist – don’t stop at just a mammogram!) As soon as I felt it, I knew the mass didn’t belong in my body; fear enveloped me.

A mammogram, an ultrasound, an MRI, a chest and abdomen CT scan, a bone scan and a few biopsies later, I received the diagnosis of triple negative breast cancer, stage three. Triple negative means my cancer is not fueled by any hormones: estrogen receptors, progesterone receptors or human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2); it is fast growing and has a higher percentage of reoccurring in other parts of my body.

The thread throughout my cancer diagnosis was fear. It gripped me tightly in its hands and whirled me around until I was dizzy and exhausted. I felt alone in my terror; friends and family would try and ease the pain by saying “There’s a cure!” “Breast cancer is the best kind of cancer to have!” and “You’ll be fine, my sister/cousin/hairdresser had it and she survived!” I politely nodded my head, thinking to myself, “You’re not God, you don’t know if I will be that small percentage of women that die from breast cancer – it happens!” I was being realistic. I wanted my fear to be acknowledged; I longed to be heard, and held, not patronized.

The steps I took that got me through my cancer diagnosis and treatment:

  • I clearly asked for what I wanted, whether it was lentil soup, a foot massage, silently being held on the couch or phone calls from friends; I didn’t assume people knew what I wanted.
  • I was my own health advocate, making the necessary phone calls to my insurance and doctors: I scheduled many appointments, second and sometimes third opinions.
  • I accepted offers from friends, family and acquaintances for accompaniment to appointments; if no one offered, I asked. Even if it was a simple test I could clearly go to by myself, I needed their company to distract me from my catastrophic thinking.
  • I got a copy of every medical report, scan, test, x-ray, etc. that was done to me. I made sure I understood what was happening, asking my doctor questions along the way.
  • I kept a diary of all of my appointments; what was done, where, and who was the ordering doctor.
  • During chemo, I relied heavily on the nurses – they provide all the caring and a wealth of knowledge and tips.
  • I threw cancer parties: a “Fuck Cancer” party after I received my diagnosis, and a “Boob-bye” party the night before my mastectomy. I’m the kind of person that needs support from my friends, so I made it happen.
  • I wore my natural looking wig when I wanted, and replaced it with hats towards the end; the wig was annoying. I did have fun at one point and bought an array of different colored wigs: I felt like a rock star when I wore them and got many compliments.
  • I posted on Facebook (that’s my way of communicating to many people, but there’s also www.caringbridge.org) that I encouraged phone calls and visits, and then I received them – that made me happy.
  • I made sure to get out every day, whether to run an errand, have a meal with a friend or see a movie with one, getting out and hearing people talk about their lives was refreshing.
  • I watched a lot of television, which is unnatural for me. It took my mind off of myself, and during chemo, it helped me to relax; I stuck to comedy and romance.
  • I watched Kris Carr’s Crazy Sexy Cancer It scared me, but it also made me feel like I am not alone.
  • I spoke to other survivors I knew and met up with them for coffee. When I felt overwhelmed, I took a break.
  • I made my cancer accessible: I answered people’s questions about my health and diagnosis then I’d change the subject.
  • I bought several breast cancer books and flipped through them, with a friend, when I had a specific question; reading them alone was too scary.
  • I joined Facebook groups for triple negative breast cancer and the likes, and when I got overwhelmed or scared, I stopped reading the posts.
  • I limited googling information about my type of cancer.
  • I brought the same friend with me to each important appointment; she took notes and learned the breast cancer vocabulary alongside me. I turned to her during my decision-making process.
  • I called a cancer support hotline in New York City, SHARE, and spoke at length to a survivor on the phone. I was relieved – I finally felt heard, understood and supported! I keep in close contact with SHARE and still go to their cancer support groups.
    • Cancer support groups are monumental in my recovery: I learn a lot from the facilitators and the survivors, and I can speak my mind in a safe environment, where I am unconditionally loved and understood.
    • I was afraid to attend support groups for fear of hearing horror stories. When I was ready, I gave it a try. I listened to each woman and learned, reminding myself that every woman is different and her story will not necessarily be mine.
    • I attended breast cancer support groups in various different locations, and only returned to those that have a well-trained facilitator; some are too big or disorganized.
  • I found a local, reputable hospital that offers free classes to cancer patients and attended their weekly Mindful Meditation class, Stress Management class, Art Therapy class and Chi Gong class. I could relate to the people and I benefitted from learning techniques to relax my body and mind.
  • I attended weekly therapy sessions with my therapist, sometimes more than once a week.
  • I spoke to the oncology social worker at my hospital as often as needed.
  • I saw a psychiatrist and got on anti-depressants and anti-anxiety pills; at first I felt ashamed, but once the pills took effect, I was relieved.
  • I cried when I felt like it – for me, it came out all at once when I arrived home from the hospital, post-mastectomy: a breakdown.
  • I visited a holistic healer weekly, the energy healing was nurturing. I yearned for healing hands on my body, not those that poked or prodded me.
  • I got massages or facials regularly. At the time, someone was helping me financially, but massage and Reiki can be found free for cancer patients at your hospital.
  • I rested when I was tired, sleeping as much as needed, guilt-free.
  • I accepted help and asked for it when wanted (not just needed.)
  • I aimed to walk an hour a day; it felt therapeutic to breathe fresh air and circulate the blood in my body.
  • I drank a lot of Fiji water.
  • I ate healthy- lots of protein, greens and fruit, limited sugar and dairy intake.
  • I posted on Facebook that I wanted soup, and got containers of delicious homemade soups delivered to my door for weeks!
  • I learned which family, friends and acquaintances are there for me and which aren’t. I was shocked in both good and bad ways, accepting the results.
  • I did a lot of journaling.
  • I created a cancer fashion blog, beautythroughthebeast.com and blog regularly.
  • I’m now giving back and reaching out to women who are being diagnosed.
  • I surround my self with positive affirmations.
  • I rid myself of toxic people and environments.
  • When I want to do something and hear a doubting voice in my head, I take action anyway! Today, I go for it. I don’t know what tomorrow will bring, so I make the most of today.

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Fashion Show Designers Announced for Wine Women & Shoes

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Pictured Above: Hector Villarreal, LUCHO & Erica Johnson, Breast Cancer Charities of America

Pictured Above: Hector Villarreal, LUCHO & Erica Johnson, Breast Cancer Charities of America

Four name-brand designers have joined the New York-Style Runway show that will be spotlighting the night at Wine Women and Shoes on September 24. 
 
Kendra Scott will be dazzling the runway as the Exclusive Jewelry Sponsor as well as the fabulous ‘Sip & Sparkle’ champagne & bling lounge; Trina Turk will be providing a sneak peek at their fall look-book as the Exclusive Apparel Sponsor; Elaine Turner will be showcasing their gorgeous line of Fall handbags; and Uptown Park’s custom shoe designer, LUCHO, will grace the catwalk with gorgeous stilettos every woman will want. 
 
“This is going to be THE Fall fashion event you will want to be at” said Erica Johnson, Executive Director of The Breast Cancer Charities of America.  “The looks that will be gracing the runway are stunning and this year we have some amazing surprises in the show that you won’t want to miss.”
 
Wine Women & Shoes Houston’s fashion show will also be celebrating the health and survivorship of five beautiful breast cancer survivors from Montgomery County who will be gracing the runway in gowns from Couture House.  The evening is presented by EXIT Lone Stare Realty and proceeds will benefit The Breast Cancer Charities of America.
 
Tickets for Wine Women & Shoes are available now.  VIP tickets are available on a first come first serve basis.  Sponsorship opportunities also remain.  To find out more information visit: www.WineWomenandShoes.com/Houston  
 
Additional event sponsors include: BMW The Woodlands & Houston North, CHLOE Wine Collection, A Memorable Event, Radiance Advanced Skin & Body Care, A Memorable Event, Morgan Stanley, The Lind Institute of Plastic Surgery, blo Blow Dry Bar, Massage Heights, Villa Sport, The Vein Doctors, Pinnacle Point Insurance, Four Seasons Veterinary Hospital, Speedpro Imaging, Mindy Harmon Photography, Brio Tuscan Grille, KB Kasuals, Rhinestone Leopard, Armario de la Bella, Tara Flannery Photography, Stori Brie Photography, Nnene Mbonu Photography, Nearly Me, Neal Hamil Agency, The Woodlands Waterway Marriott, Double P Bakery, South Walton Florida, Reviewit, Sunny 99.1, Fox 26, The Woodlands Lifestyles & Homes, Living Magazine, ConnexionW, Community Impact, 99.7 K-Star Country, I am Magazine and Woodlands Online.