Christine’s October Newsletter

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October is an important month to me as it is the month chosen to educate and raise awareness for Breast Cancer. Everyone in one-way or another has been affected by this terrible disease; whether you have known someone affected, or been affected yourself – no one is a stranger to Breast Cancer. Last month I…

Be A Part of the Culinary Showdown

Culinary Showdown

I am super excited to share some information about an incredible event coming up on October 22 that my wonderful husband, Jonathon Fischer and I have the privilege of co-chairing. The Susan G. Komen Los Angeles Culinary Showdown is not like any other event I’ve been to. I’ve been to a TON of galas, events…

Christine’s May 2016 Newsletter

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It’s Mother’s Day this weekend and this day is a wonderful time to honor mothers. In fact, celebrating the women in our lives is so important that this whole newsletter is dedicated to them! For some, this day comes with different emotions. Whether you are a first time mom, full-time mom, adoptive mom, single mom,…

Christine’s April Newsletter

  Is it true that “April Showers Bring May Flowers”? I hope so! I am so excited for all the beautiful blooms, farmer’s markets, beach weather, and the great outdoors. It’s officially spring and that means summer is almost here. It is no secret that I absolutely love coconut oil, but I have been finding…

Christine’s February 2016 Newsletter

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February is the month that gives us an excuse to love a little more, express our love more extravagantly, and hold on to our loved ones a little tighter. It also gives us an excuse to eat more chocolate…right?  I say, absolutely! Everything in moderation, though and you need to know specifically which chocolate is…

Christine’s January 2016 Newsletter

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It is a new year and this is the time that people normally reflect on the last year and make new resolutions for the upcoming year. Do resolutions really work? Did you stick to your resolutions last year? Some research points to New Year’s resolutions not working because people either don’t allow themselves to fail…