2018 Winter Olympics Info

2018 Winter Olympics Info

The 2018 Winter Olympics will take place in PyeongChang, South Korea, from February 9-25, 2018. Tonight, February 9, you can watch the opening ceremony. Here is the 2018 Winter Olympics schedule for your convenience. This way you can keep up with your favorite events. There are 15 sports in the 2018 Winter Olympics and a total of 102 events. Figure skating is one of the most popular that we all … Continue Reading →
Being Inspired Every Step of the Way

Being Inspired Every Step of the Way

This post was created in partnership with Citi®. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Many think the Olympics are over, but actually there is still more happening. Right now the Paralympics are still taking place in Sochi. These games provided athletes with impairments a chance to compete and inspire others. I am one of those people they inspire. Not only them, but others I know who also have some … Continue Reading →
Throwback Thursday: Dorothy Hamill, her hair, and the Winter Olympics

Throwback Thursday: Dorothy Hamill, her hair, and the Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics start today and it always reminds me of Dorothy Hamill and I thought the perfect topic for Throwback Thursday! She was a star in the 1976 Winter Olympics in Austria. I remember being a little girl and watching her ice skate. She made me want to ice skate too! Sadly I only tried once and was not very good at it – one of these days I … Continue Reading →
Let the games begin! Olympic Resources

Let the games begin! Olympic Resources

Even though I am not a sports person usually, I do like to watch part of the Olympics sports when they are on. Gymnastics and diving are probably my favorites for the summer Olympic games. Whether you are having a viewing party with friends or just watching on your own, here are a few Olympic goodies to help fuel your Olympic fever! Light the Olympic torch and get ready to … Continue Reading →
Beat Winter Skin With Curel (giveaway)

Beat Winter Skin With Curel (giveaway)

I’ve been watching some of these events on the Winter Olympics. When they should people close up and shivering I can’t help but thing how dry their skin must be from standing out there so long because that is what happens to me in the winter. My skin will get red and cracked, itchy, and just feel icky! From some of the pictures of the people on TV, including some … Continue Reading →
Olympic Ring Cocktails

Olympic Ring Cocktails

Even though I generally am not a sports fan, I do enjoy some of the winter Olympic events. Probably because I grew up in a sports kind of family and my parents always watched sports (and still do). Since I am not an athlete though, I can just sit back and relax on the couch watching it all, and since I am relaxing why not stay in the “spirit” with … Continue Reading →
Verified Olympians on Twitter

Verified Olympians on Twitter

Are you excited for the 2010 Winter Olympics? Plan on tweeting? Well now you can follow some real Olympians on Twitter too. You can find all of the verified Olympians on Twitter here. Go team! Continue Reading →