Jessica Iclisoy

It’s a common thread between new moms that when you’re expecting, you read, you learn and you scrutinize your lifestyle. In preparation for her first pregnancy, Jessica Iclisoy did as many mothers before her and started to look for the best products for her baby. What began as a mission to provide what she felt was best…

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Carly Chivers and India Reinartz

India Reinartz started her journey of entrepreneurship because she wanted balance. Spending years managing and working for the dreams of others, India’s desire to be her own boss and, more importantly, be true to her own beliefs, were the seeds that became Papaya Wellness. Shortly after striking out on her own Carly Chivers came on…

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Jaclyn Sklaver

As a longtime fitness enthusiast, Jaclyn Sklaver knew she’d found the perfect gig when she received an email query from SportSetter, a startup fitness company. “I live the brand, which makes my job second nature,” she says. “I help businesses grow while helping people get connected with fitness.” SportSetter assists people on the lookout for…

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Gigi Dubois

Gigi Dubois started her professional life the same way most of us do: submitting her application to countless postings online, crossing her fingers and hoping for the best. Frustrated with the process and realizing her motivations weren’t going to instantly translate to passion, Gigi decided to be a little more proactive and create her dream…

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Five Apps for a Healthier You

My cell phone is my best friend. It not only keeps me connected, it also does pretty much anything and everything else—from keeping my grocery list to effortlessly guiding me through cities unknown.

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6 Tips For Fitting Fitness Into A Busy Life

Let’s face it, we all know we should be a little healthier, but often it can seem impossible to fit one more thing into our already fully schedules. This apparent lack of time is usually reason number one we avoid working out in the first place. But with a little foresight and creativity even a calendar full of meetings, errands and family commitments can fit a little good health and ‘you’ time.

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