Executive Life & Style

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 11:25am

Ten thousand. That’s the magic number of steps the American Heart Association suggests people should take in order to prevent heart disease. For many Americans who spend the majority of their workday sitting at a desk, this goal isn’t always feasible. Employees and executives have to...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 28 - 11:20am

Cafés built inside office buildings can be hidden gems in their own right – they don’t catch the eye of anyone strolling downtown or passing by on the freeway. Instead, they’re nestled inside towering buildings for employees and executives to run to for a freshly cooked...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 11:06am

With a resume that boasts ADDY and TELLY awards, a film featured at the Hollywood Film Festival, and multiple video projects for the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau, including the latest popular “Things to Do” video, Erik Clapp has built his reputation as a photographer,...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:34am

Sometimes it’s nice to leave the polished, air-conditioned office for a few days to unwind in the natural beauty of the outdoors. But for some, the idea of swatting mosquitos out of a tent and digging holes to do their business makes camping seem less exciting. Thankfully for places like...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:15am

Two pairs of shoes. Three pairs of jeans. A few t-shirts. And no sense of style. That was Phillip Prany once upon a time – until he bought his first suit. He had never owned a suit before and needed one for a wedding, so he bought one. It wasn’t tailored, but he remembers how he felt...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Jul 21 - 10:51am

The Thornton Steel portfolio reads like a Where’s Where of Fort Worth landmarks. The local company, the leading steel fabricator in the country’s Southwest region, worked on AT&T Stadium, Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena (the remodeled Daniel Meyer Coliseum), Mary Wright Admissions...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 30 - 5:27pm

How Lauren and Andrew Blake weave design into their marriage and their busy professional lives.

Lauren and Andrew Blake are looking for a shade of blue. Not just any shade of blue. A bright, neon aqua sort of blue. They’ve only seen it in places like Morocco or Mexico. They’ve taken pictures of it. But when they try to replicate it back home in the states, they just can’t...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 30 - 4:57pm

When one restaurant leaves, another opens. Here are two restaurateurs who did it right.

Fort Worth restaurants like Mercury Chop House and Waters have been riding on a carousel of sorts. When Vivo 53 closed its location in The Tower last year, Mercury Chop House moved in, picking up from its previous location at 301 Main St., where it had been for more than 15 years. Then Waters...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 May 30 - 4:51pm

On a particularly busy Wednesday morning, in the throes of managing the combination of an overloaded work day with a sick child and an unavailable nanny, a cookbook made its way across my desk entitled “Life in Balance.”

While the book and its title, by popular Australian home cook and author Donna Hay, reference a balanced diet without the need for an actual diet, its contents provide a solution for both life and nutrition, particularly a section on power snacks. Items like Cocoa, Banana, Date and Cashew Bars;...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 May 30 - 4:47pm

These days it seems there is an app for everything. Despite popular belief, acquiring one for your business isn’t as hard as it may seem.

With every big technology update, there is a shift in the business world. Many companies are jumping on the bandwagon, evolving their businesses digitally through mobile applications, or apps. Fort Worth’s own Righteous Foods, for example, recently developed an app that allows customers...

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