Keys to Bruins success in Stanley Cup Finals

After barely scraping through the first round of the playoffs, the Boston Bruins have made it back to the Stanley Cup Finals for the second time in three seasons. The Bruins’ opponent, the Chicago Blackhawks, won the Cup in 2010 and was a consensus expert pick to represent the Western… Continue Reading

Tips for buying Red Sox tickets on a budget

Although it may not feel like it here in New England, springtime has finally arrived. For sports fans that means one thing: baseball season is back! Are you a Sox fan who’s desperate to get to Fenway to be a part of that one-of-a-kind live baseball atmosphere, but don’t want… Continue Reading


Why Boston is the best sports town in America

I’ve lived in Boston for almost 9 years, moving here from Austin, Texas to attend Northeastern University. Just like any other sports nut, I had a list of teams and athletes that received my full support through thick and thin, and I thought the Lone Star State was pretty spoiled with its sports accomplishments… Continue Reading

Five Awesome Spots to Catch the Boston Marathon

Every year, Bostonians from Back Bay to Hopkinton look forward to the third Monday in April, as a day of celebration – and heartbreak – for the famous Boston Marathon. Conveniently held on Patriots’ Day, a civic holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord that started… Continue Reading


2012 Race Goals

With the start of a new year, comes time for everyone to look back at what they have accomplished over the past year and what goals they want to set moving forward.  One of the most common goals set is to get back in shape and start eating healthier.  While… Continue Reading

The Return of the NBA

Come one and all and hear the news. The NBA lockout is finally over. After a long 149 days of the owners of the NBA and the NBPA going back forth, they have finally reached a settlement deal where both parties can come to terms. The NBPA has now less… Continue Reading


Thanksgiving Turkey Trots

For me, Thursday will mark the beginning of the 2011 winter holiday season.  To me, that means time with friends, family, but it also makes me think of all of the delicious desserts and food that will be consumed over the next month.  So at every opportunity I get, I… Continue Reading

5 Tips on How to Stay Healthy in the Office Part 2

Have you had a chance to try any of the first 5 tips of how to exercise in the office?  One that I found to be easy and effective was to find opportunities for fitness breaks.  Instead of constantly eating in the cafeteria for my full break, I like to… Continue Reading


5 Ways to Stay in Shape at Work

I’ve noticed over the past few weeks that as the weather gets colder and day light doesn’t last quite as long that my work outs have been getting further and further apart.  While, I know it’s important to keep up with my gym routines and classes, I started to look… Continue Reading

Every Second Counts: Week 9

Last night, there was one game that stood out among the pack. The Baltimore Ravens at the Pittsburgh Steelers game was something beyond amazing. This game to showed me how defenses play at the best of their abilities as well as how tough the AFC is this year. Even though… Continue Reading