Exciting times! My app is available now formobile Droid platforms via google play! This is a FUN app designed for women (but men are welcome too) to listen to while they exercise to keep them motivated, inspired, and entertained! It makes the time really fly by when you exercise. Move your body in the way that works for YOU, just do it as much as you can, and we will help you enjoy the time you spend with your body. I share my life in this app so I am ESPECIALLY passionate about it. If it is something you enjoy please rate the app!
I am thrilled to let you know that my exercise app, FitMuses, is available for free on itunes. FitMuses is an app designed for women to help make the time fly by while we exercise. But we don’t mind if men find it fun and useful too
Learn everything about the app here:
I share stories from my personal life which I hope you will find inspirational, motivational, and above all…entertaining!
Arun Mehta contacted me from England to ask if I would give do an interview for his podcast for Hey Arnold fans. Hey Arnold was a cartoon I worked on for Nickelodeon and in it I played the role of Phoebe. Nickelodeon is re-airing the show as part of their “The 90s Are All That” block of programming which is bringing this amazing show to a whole new generation of animation fans. I hope I was interesting enough as I had no idea what the questions were before hand!
Thanks to Arun for all the work he did to give Hey Arnold fans some answers to their questions!
I have something fun to blog about! I’ve been working on a webseries version of Glamour’s famous “Do’s and Don’ts” which they have just posted. Check it out!
My favorite thing about my job is the variety in projects I get to work on! It’s very exciting and stimulating. One of my goals as a voice over artist is to be the best I can be in all three of the major categories of voice over-commercial, animation, and promo. This project falls into the promo category. Thanks for watching!
I’m so excited for all that 2013 will bring! Now that the holiday madness is over, I’ve had the chance to sit down and read some great letters people have been sending me. I wanted to take this moment to reiterate that I love receiving fan letters. I read all of them. I love to hear about the things people are working on or inspired by. Hopefully this year will bring PILES of letters!! xoxo
Just met with my programmer today for FitMuses and we went over the design for the website and mobile app. I’m SO excited that this is actually happening but also incredibly nervous. I believe so much in the good this product will do for women that I worry if they will love it as much as I do. I think this is completely normal when you risk everything for something you are so passionate about. I really am throwing everything I have into this dream-to bring support and fun to women as they exercise so that they enjoy the journey they have with their bodies and their health. I really hope I can deliver a product they love! Here is the logo for FitMuses:
For over a year now I have been working on a new venture and I am ALMOST ready to launch it!! So exciting. I wanted to share my journey with my product, called “FitMuses” with anyone who is interested for many reasons. One is that we all have great ideas. Every single one of us. Sometimes we just have no idea what to do with them, or how to execute them. Let me tell you, it is not easy. But you should do what you love, what makes you happy, what you have passion for. There were many times in this past year that I wasn’t sure if I could actually keep going. I am still nervous about the future! But this is perfectly normal. If you want, please share your personal business stories with me too.
FitMuses was created to help women stay motivated, inspired, and entertained as they exercise. Myself and ALL the women in my life know we need to move our bodies as a lifestyle in order to stay healthy. That lifestyle is hard to maintain with all the responsibilities and time contraints we have in our lives. I do it, but I get really really bored exercising. My FAVORITE time to exercise, hands down, is when a girlfriend is with me and I get to hear all the juicy gossip in her life. I get motivated to actually get off my butt and move, I enjoy the exercise because I’m distracted by all the stories, and I exercise longer because of that. I generally just feel happy! But as is the case with life, sometimes my girlfriends are not available. Or they don’t belong to my gym. Whatever the reason, I find myself alone a lot of the time. One day I had my “a-ha” moment. What if I could re-create that experience for women? I AM a voice over artist!!!
That’s how FitMuses was born. I created a mobile app and website, and I recruited a few of my girlfriends, all different ages, shapes, sizes, lifestyles, etc, REAL WOMEN, to share their lives as they exercise to help motivate and inspire other women!! They all have different styles of communication too which is what makes it SO interesting! As a listener, you NEVER get bored. It’s a mix of life stories, advice, music, exercise tips, just everything we talk about when we’re exercising with our girlfriends! I can’t wait for it to be up and running so you (and any woman you share this with that you think may benefit from something like this) can experience it. Listeners can also be a part of the story by giving feedback, asking questions, etc and each of the FitMuses can respond in their “FitCasts” to individual women. It’s like an ongoing conversation between friends!
We are almost ready to launch, but for now I would love it if you could “LIKE” our facebook page. All the news and updates will be posted there so if you do wan to download and use the (FREE) app, you can get all the information on the facebook page. And of course, I will be talking about voice over stuff in my FitCasts!
Here is the facebook link:
So a little personal story…When I bought my house almost 10 years ago, I had heard from the neighbors that there was a fallout shelter somewhere on my property. Sure enough, when I searched through the paperwork, there was an old permit filed in 1961 for the structure, along with very crudely drawn plans for its construction. But I knew it must have been buried long ago because I have never been able to visually locate the entrance or air pipe. It has taken me almost a decade to finally get around to to renting a metal detector to find the entrance. I bribed my boyfriend and his friends with a bbq and we finally dug up the old fallout shelter! We were so anxious to see what was in it. Well, sadly, all that remained after our 6 hour search was a dilapidated box spring mattress, cots, and a chest. There was also a “toilet” which in truth was a toilet seat on top of a box. There had been some water seepage and because of that there was some mold and dirt inside. So no hidden gold bars or beatles records (as my brother hoped). Not even any canned goods. But all in all, it was an exciting discovery and an amazing part of our nuclear history. I think I will just make detailed notes about the location of the entrance, write a letter about myself and how I came to own the house and excavate the fallout shelter, and leave it in there for the next owner before I cover it all back up. There are so many unanswered questions. I wish the family that had it built in the first place left some sort of written history for me (or any other future owner) about hwy they built it, or why they covered it up. When did they cover it up? Was it the original family or someone who owner the house after? I guess I will just have to be the first person to leave MY story in the fallout shelter. H?ere are some pictures of our excavation adventure:
I am SO proud to be a part of this project for Walmart and Dove that focuses on women’s body image and self-esteem. I am very passionate about women being proud of their bodies and having realistic representations of our diverse beauty in the media. If you feel so inclined, feel free to contact Walmart and/or Dove on facebook or twitter and give them a little shout out for a really nice job! I am the announcer midway through the end of the spot. Click here: