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Making Those Resolutions Stick!

It's that time of year again where we are all making new year's resolutions. Things like exercising, eating healthier, being a better person, the list could go on forever. I know this year I have a list of things that I want to do, achieve, see and be better about. I know it can be super hard to stick to these new changes but I have some tips that I would love to share with y'all about how I stick to my New Year's resolutions.

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From the Arena to the Stage with Jaida Dreyer

Many people know Jaida Dreyer as the winner of the first season of USA Network’s reality TV show "Real Country”. What most might not know is her history in the equine industry. She has been riding and showing horses her entire life. She won her first World Championship title at the young age of five. She continues competing across the country today.

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Binge-Worthy Christmas Movies on Netflix

Netflix is a great streaming service for many reasons. It has many of the popular movies and television shows we love, it’s very affordable and it has started creating Netflix original movies and television shows that are fantastic. The Christmas season is here, and this year Netflix created even more multiple original Christmas movies. People love them! We made a list of the movies for everyone to enjoy during the holiday break. Be sure to check out some of these great family friendly movies!

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LifestyleEmily Bomgardner
Las Vegas During the NFR - One Woman's Experience of Las Vegas during the NFR

Going to Las Vegas during the NFR is the ultimate cowboy/cowgirl experience.  You can watch the finals live, run into some contestants as you’re shopping, stop and get their autograph, experience some incredible live country music, have western shopping like no other, and much more.  I am just a normal girl who met over a dozen rodeo contestant, got backstage to a country star, third row for a country legend, and shopped until I dropped. Las Vegas during the NFR is a big city full of cowboys and cowgirls just like you.

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Home For the Holidays with Trinity Seely

“Home for the Holidays” has had a different meaning for our family. Because of livestock responsibilities, we are usually unable to travel to be connected with our own extended families. Bringing together other ranch families, either working for the same outfit or neighbors, has been a great way to curb the longing for our own families and has opened up the door to lifelong relationships and special memories.

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