What a great month of business but also progress with health and fitness! I am getting more sleep, even with the early-morning hours my schedule demands, which is the best news so far this month. The Jordan High School Girls Basketball program had a good showing at the Utah State University camp as well as the Rocky Mountain Showcase tournament. I had the privilege of helping the first ever Haloti Ngata Family Foundation outdoor luau to get college eligible kids kelp with the college preparation.
This 2-day event brings aerialists and pole athletes from across the Mountain West to compete and perform on the Aerialympics stage for the fourth year. The Aerialympics includes all levels of competition in Pole Fitness, Pole Art, Aerial Silks, Hammock, Lyra and new this year – Exotic Pole! (Content warning – exotic divisions are not for the faint of heart.) Click here for tickets and more information.
My blog entries have been reduced to once a month. It is very overwhelming with all the activities on top of work, and I feel I wouldn’t have been able to experience it fully or attend if it were not for what I call a life-saving procedure through BMI Utah and the Salt Lake Regional Medical Center. I recognize the hand of God in my life and thank him for the bounty of blessings in my life. I am grateful for the opportunity to extend my employment with Fox 13 News by signing a new contract.
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