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FITNESS WITH JENNY DEAN

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NOW OPEN: CUT! BY CINEMARK


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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MAY 2019 PUBLISHER

Navroz Hussain | navroz.hussain@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Reema Alvi | reema.alvi@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Kristi Anderson, Reema Alvi, Jasmine George

The Future is Female EVERY YEAR WHEN MAY MAKES ITS WELCOMED RETURN TO OUR CALENDARS, WE CAN’T HELP BUT SING THE LINE FROM THE TEMPTATIONS’ “MY GIRL” THAT GOES, “WHEN IT’S COLD OUTSIDE, I’VE GOT THE MONTH OF MAY.” This month brings with it an abundance of joy—bright blue skies, a rainbow of flowers and, of course, the celebration of mothers on May 12. In this issue, we not only celebrate mothers but we also highlight all the wonderful women in our community. The following pages are filled with stories to inspire us all to appreciate the women in our lives and to strengthen the connection we have with our mothers, sisters, friends and daughters. And for those busy mornings when you’re running late but still need to look polished, we’ve formulated the perfect beauty routine to get you out the door—stat! The Women’s issue serves to recognize the powerful role women have in our commu-

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nity and beyond. (And don’t worry, gentlemen; you’ll have your moment—stay tuned.)

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

So, to the women of Frisco—may you find a quiet moment (or two) to enjoy this

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

issue we’ve lovingly dedicated to you.

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MAY 2019

FEATURES 10 Fitness with Jenny Dean Be the Best Version of Yourself

14 Women of Frisco 18 Now Open: Cut! By Cinemark Make it More Than a Movie Night

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24 Joy in the Breakroom Lemon Jell-O Delight with Grapes

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Healthy Lifestyle

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Now Open

20 Trend Setter 24 Culinary Creations 26 Lifestyle Calendar


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GOOD TIMES

Ladies Who Launch Ladies Who Launch is a monthly luncheon networking opportunity for women in arts and business hosted by Frisco Arts. It is a place to learn from each other, make new friends and enjoy a delicious lunch! March had a fun Mardi Gras theme decorated by Joy in the Breakroom.

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AROUND TOWN

LUXURY RESIDENTIAL TOWER TO OPEN AT THE STAR IN EARLY 2020

TASTE OF THE COWBOYS 15TH ANNIVERSARY, PRESENTED BY CALIBER COLLISION

A 17-story luxury residential tower, Twelve Cowboys

You don't want to miss the 2019 Taste of the

Way at the Star, is slated to open in early 2020. The tower

Cowboys 15th Anniversary. The event will be held

overlooks the 91-acre campus of the Star. Developer

at the Ford Center at The Star on May 5. The hosts

Robert Shaw and his partner, former Dallas Cowboys

of the event are the Dallas Cowboys players and

quarterback Roger Staubach, have teamed up with

Chad Hennings and Preston Pearson. The event

team owner Jerry Jones to build the project.

will feature Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, past and

"This is the first luxury residential that has been

present Cowboys players and gourmet tailgate food

built that has been inspired by and in partnership with

from the most popular North Texas restaurants. All

a professional sports franchise," Shaw said.

proceeds from the event will support the nutritional

Residents will have access to exclusive facilities at

needs of the one in four children in North Texas

the football team's headquarters next door. Rent for

who is food insecure.

each unit begins at $2,500 per month, and the average size of each unit is 1,200 square feet. For more informa-

KEURIG DR PEPPER OFFICE TO MOVE TO THE STAR IN 2021

tion, visit TwelveCowboysWay.com.

WHO RUNS THE WORLD: AN EVENING CELEBRATING WOMEN OF ALL AGES

Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. announced that it will be  moving to a new office at the Star in 2021. The office will open in 2021 and will occupy 350,000

Join Linder Legacy Group for an elegant evening

square feet of the Dallas Cowboys Star development,

celebrating women of all ages. Hear from a panel of

which is valued at approximately $190 million. The

women who represent many of the joys and pains of

2.5-acre building in Frisco will overlook the Dallas

womanhood—mothers, daughters, grandmothers, sis-

Cowboys’ practice field. About 1,100 employees will

ters, divorced moms, newlyweds, mothers with adopted

relocate from the company's current office in Plano's

children, women entrepreneurs, childhood abuse, raising

Legacy business park. According to Ron Patterson,

autistic children, losing a child, celebrating a 55-year mar-

president

Development

riage and so much more. To learn more about the guest

Corp., the move is a big win for Frisco as it will

speakers and what each one has endured and celebrated,

increase job opportunities and create interest from

visit LinderLegacyGroup.com/womens-event. You will

other corporations to relocate. The construction on

be able to submit questions that the moderator will ask the

the building will begin in August 2019.

panel. Tickets are $20, and portions of the ticket sales and

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

ARTICLE JENNY DEAN

Fitness with Jenny Dean BE THE BEST VERSION OF YOURSELF

IT’S ALMOST SUMMER, AND IT’S TIME TO FOCUS ON YOUR HEALTH. And that means no excuses. Are you ready to make a life change and be the best version of yourself? If so, meet Jenny Dean. She’s not your average fitness instructor. She’s a true, authentic believer in the ability to use fitness to change every aspect of your life—your health, your friendships, your career, your relationships with your partner and your children. She’s making huge waves in the fitness world and has changed the way Frisco feels about getting healthy. Just ask Mayor Jeff Cheney, who never misses a Jenny Dean class. Jenny’s mission is to create a community with like-minded people who support and lift each other up daily. “We rise by lifting others,” Jenny says. “I believe when you are in your best physical shape it affects every aspect of your life. Your work performance improves, your relationships get better, your confidence increases; it affects how we live every day.” To change your life, Jenny believes in incorporating these components into your daily routine. HIIT it Hard for the Summer – Short workouts have great value and can be done several times throughout a day or can be a great way to utilize 10 to 20 minutes of time. No one really has an hour to work out anymore. Jenny Dean Fitness will launch a series of high-intensity interval training workouts on her website.

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These quick, effective HIIT training workouts that can be done at home or in the office. Make this a no-excuse year! The Benefits of POWER Yoga – Yoga is the healing exercise of the decade. Just a few quick things yoga can do for you: increases stamina, strength and flexibility, tones the muscles, alleviates stress and tension, eliminates toxins,  promotes blood circulation and boosts the immune system—and not to mention a big calorie burner! Jenny Dean Fitness will be launching on her website a 45-minute POWER flow yoga class that can be done in the comfort of your home. Sleep – Jenny believes sleep is more important than your daily workout. How we sleep sets the tone for the entire day. Did you know when you get less than seven hours of sleep a night, your performance decreases, your lung function decreases, your injury rate increases by 60 percent and

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

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has 100 excuses as to why we shouldn’t work out. We all say we are too “busy” to work out. The reality is, if it is important to us, we will find a way. Get motivated by keeping a picture of a body you like on your phone. Look at it every time you want to skip that workout. For the days you can’t make it to the gym, take a walk around the neighborhood. Eat Right: Fuel Your Body – There is so much information about what diet to try, what to eat, when to eat it—it can all be very confusing! Jenny Dean approaches her food choices as if she’s putting gas in her car: If she doesn’t fill the car up, it doesn’t go anywhere! So, if you do not feed your muscles and brain, it will not perform for you. Jenny doesn’t believe in diets. She believes in eating clean, wholesome foods. If it has to be stored in the pantry, she’s not eating it. So everything is fresh and has a shelf life. Tips and easy options are available on Jenny Dean’s website.  Healthy is about finding what works for you. Healthy can be hard; life gets in the way, and that’s OK. “I want people to understand that when you choose to do better, healthy feels awesome,” Jenny says. lactic acid buildup increases, causing muscle fatigue and muscle soreness? Going without sleep for 20 hours

Being healthy affects everything. Exercise is more than just physical; it is therapeutic.

is the same on your brain and body as being legally

“I hope to be the reason someone took that walk during their lunch break

drunk. Our brains practice while we sleep. When you are

or took a class after work,” Jenny says. “It starts with doing one thing and

getting good quality sleep, you are 20 to 30 times more

making that one thing a habit, which will turn into a daily routine.”

efficient at a movement you learned the day before.

Jenny’s vision is to inspire others and leave them with a life-changing experience by providing life tips and true results that improve their body and

What to Do When You Are in a Rut – Working out

spirit. This comes from caring about every individual and creating a safe,

must become a habit or you will quit. A few quick ways

open, transparent environment.

to get out of a rut include: using a workout calendar

“I want to leave a lasting impression while sharing knowledge and inspiring

and having an accountability partner. Doing something

individuals to live their best life,” she says. “Once you are right in your body

is better than nothing. Be aware of excuses! Everyone

and mind, everything changes. I want to leave individuals feeling like they can do anything in the world, and my hope is that it lasts a lifetime.” To learn more about Jenny Dean Fitness, visit JennyDeanFitness.com.

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WOMEN OF

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Tabitha Davidson, Arianna Trimmer, Kristen Micheletti

Frisco moms care FRISCO MOMS CARE

Currently serving 24 families within the community, Frisco Moms Care is a nonprofit group that assists mothers who are in need of

WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CURRENT OR FUTURE PLANS FOR THE GROUP? Kristen Micheletti: We have an auction that will be held this July 20–21. We are asking local moms to donate any gift cards or physical items to moms in need. Our goal is to reach $15,000. 

any financial or emotional support. This group is run by board members Tabitha Davidson, Ariana Trimmer and Kristen Micheletti. 

WHAT IS THE BIGGEST LESSON YOU'VE LEARNED SO FAR?

HOW CAN MOMS WHO NEED ASSISTANCE REACH OUT

through college and back into financial stability. Seeing how mone-

FOR HELP?

tary struggles affect children inspired me to give back.

T.D.: I came from a low-income family and had to pay my way

Tabitha Davidson: We have an online application that moms can fill out to see if they qualify within our required guidelines.

A.T.: I have learned that you never know what can happen in life, no matter who you are. I have loved having my own children recognize this notion and be able to witness with their own eyes how

WHAT TYPE OF ASSISTANCE DO MOMS RECEIVE?

they can help others.

T.D.: We offer a wide range of support for our moms, including

K.M.: Being a stay-at-home mom myself, I have learned that my

assistance with clothing items, food items, cleaning supplies, per-

own children are impacted by what we do, day in and day out. It

sonal care items, school supplies, all the way up to helping with

really hit home with me when my 6-year-old son said, "Mom, I'm

medical bills during emergency situations.

proud of you." I want him to realize that there are people who strug-

Ariana Trimmer: I will expand on that and say that they are also

gle and need assistance.

offered a way to reach out and communicate with other moms on our Facebook Chat page that is designed to be a sense of commu-

To become involved with Frisco Moms Care, visit FMCares.org,

nity and a safe place to turn to. Here they can share their current

join the Facebook group at  Facebook.com/frisco.moms  or  follow

struggles, ask any questions and receive valuable advice.

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Destiny Adams DESTINY ADAMS Destiny Adams has been an active Frisco native since 2003. Her mother, who served for our country in the military as well as within the Frisco area as a  teacher, modeled hard work and determination to Destiny. At a young age,  Destiny  has already  made a name for herself in this community with her successful business, InCast Marketing.  WHAT MADE YOU GET INVOLVED IN THE EVENT STAFFING FIELD?  After competing and winning in a DECA competition, I felt that this industry was the best place for me.  WHAT DID THE COMPETITION CONSIST OF?  We were asked to come up with and design a business plan. I came up with a plan that included creativity and thinking outside the box and placed second in state.  HOW DID INCAST MARKETING DEVELOP?  After making many connections within the community, I set out to find solutions for companies that needed assistance in managing events, and I have been able to consistently build my portfolio each year.   WHO ARE SOME OF YOUR CURRENT CLIENTS? I have worked with Sprint, Bumble and the Fantasy Football Convention, just to name a few. As Frisco continues to grow, so does my clientele.  WHAT IS THE BIGGEST LESSON YOU'VE LEARNED SO FAR?  You can never follow the path that others want you to take. You are in control of your own destiny and future.  For more information, visit InCastMarketing.com.

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Nicole Bursey NICOLE BURSEY

With decades of social work experience and working within state governments,  Nicole Bursey gained knowledge on how to best help families. She decided she wanted to begin working with families directly and  became the executive  director of Frisco Family Services. Having served in her role for more than eight years, she and the giving team at Frisco Family Services offer a variety of service and assistance to families in need. They have helped raise more than $1.1 million in funding through donations and annual events held throughout the year.  FOR THOSE WHO MAY NOT KNOW, TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHAT FRISCO FAMILY SERVICES OFFERS FOR FAMILIES. We are an organization that provides hope for families that need guidance and assistance. Our programs and services are ever-changing with creative measures to create solutions for struggling families. This includes helping the homeless, family members coping with job loss, medical expenses and everyday needs. During the holidays, such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, we help to distribute food as well as offer a gift assistance program. HOW DO YOU KEEP ALL OF THESE PROGRAMS AND EVENTS ORGANIZED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR? Each family is assigned a case manager who will meet with the family and create an overall "audit" of sorts—look at their current financial situation, their immediate needs at the time—in order to decipher the best course of action to best provide assistance. We will keep in contact with the family in each case. The case manager will be available for any questions, concerns and logistical issues that arise. WHEN GATHERING FEEDBACK FROM THE FAMILIES, WHAT IS THE GENERAL CONSENSUS YOU RECEIVE IN TERMS OF YOUR ORGANIZATION? No matter what arena we help families in, be it assistance with placing food on their tables, help with utility bills or even books for their education needs, most all will claim that our assistance helps them be able to continue to be contributing members of society, which helps to keep their sense of dignity. For instance, if we help with providing groceries one month, families are able to pay their other bills in full such as a mortgage.  ARE THERE ANY UPCOMING EVENTS THAT THE COMMUNITY COULD GET INVOLVED IN? Our annual Mayor's Golf Classic is being held on June 17  at the Stonebriar Country Club. All the proceeds will go toward the programs and services we provide. We currently help more than 3,447 individuals. Citizens can visit our website for sponsorship opportunities.  WHAT IS ONE PIECE OF ADVICE YOU WOULD PASS ON TO OTHERS? My mantra has always been "Do things for the right reasons." When you practice this, the right things will always end up happening. For more information on Frisco Family Services, visit FriscoFamilyServices.org. May 2019 | Frisco Life

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NOW OPEN

Now Open: Cut! By Cinemark MAKE IT MORE THAN A MOVIE NIGHT

ARTICLE JASMINE GEORGE With its first and only location in Frisco, Cut! is a movie-going experience unlike anything else. Enjoy your film with a freshly made meal, and make a toast with a signature cocktails. And before or after your film, take a load off in the game room.

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Diavola Pizza

CUT! IS A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND IN-THEATER DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT VENUE. The first and only one in the country opened in Frisco in early March. The city of Frisco was chosen with careful consideration. Frisco is known as a city of innovation when it comes to entertainment, with it being the home of the Star and FC Dallas, so it made perfect sense to open the first Cut! in America in Frisco. The one-of-a-kind dine-in theater concept boasts a kitchen, a full bar, 10 theaters and an entertainment area with outdoor and indoor games. The menu is what makes Cut! stand out. The pizza is hand-stretched, the tomato sauce is made from scratch, and everything is made fresh right on-site. The theater's bar carries more than 30 beers—many from local breweries—and signature cocktails like the Ghost Margarita. There's no shortage of space for you to relax while  you're waiting for your film—or if you don't want the fun to end after the movie is over. There are different social areas throughout the theater, including a banquet room, a game room and a patio. When it comes to watching the movie, you'll never want to go back to ordinary theater seating  after sitting in the theaters' luxury loungers. With wall-to-wall screens, digital projection, an enhanced sound system and rows of speakers, you'll feel like you're part of the film.   Cut! lets you enjoy big blockbuster films in the best possible environment. It trumps any movie night at home. It's the perfect setting  for date night, girls' night out  or even family night. Cut! offers you not just a movie, but an experience.

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WHEN YOUR DAY IS FULL OF PLACES TO GO AND PEOPLE TO SEE, IT CAN FEEL NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND TIME TO INCORPORATE A BEAUTY ROUTINE INTO YOUR BUSY MORNING. So when you’re fighting time but still want to throw on a little something on top of your standard morning moisturizer, follow these easy steps for a quick go-to morning routine that will keep you glowing all day. 20

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GET THE LOOK: 1

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5 -minute basics

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+ Step 1: A tinted moisturizer or BB cream is great for quick, sheer coverage that evens out your skintone. If you need a little more coverage, use a foundation stick for spot coverage. + Step 2: Add a little color by pressing cream blush on the apples of your cheeks. We love Glossier’s Cloud Paint, which is seamless, sheer and beautiful, giving you a healthy, flushed glow. + Step 3: Lightly apply a powder highlighter to the high points of your cheek-

1. Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation Stick, $46, Nordstrom.com

bones, and directly above and below the arch of your eyebrows for an instant lift.

2. Glossier Cloud Paint, $18, Glossier.com

+ Step 4: Finish it off by defining your lashes with 1-2 coats of mascara.

3. Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector, $38, BeccaCosmetics.com

+ Bonus: Once you’ve gotten it down with time to spare, apply a shimmer

4. Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara, $9.99, LorealParisUSA.com

cream shadow to the inner corners of your eyes and add a lightly tinted lip oil for a high shine.

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Urban Decay Hi-Fi Ultra Cusion Lip Gloss | $20 | UrbanDecay.com

10 -minute glow-up + Step 1: The first step to glowing skin starts with an essential: skincare. For

+ Step 4: Apply a blush + highlighter duo

smooth skin, start with an exfoliator to buff away dead skin and follow up with a

to your cheekbones.

moisturizer to create a smooth surface to work with. + Step 5: Apply a light shimmer eye+ Step 2: To create a subtle glow before even reaching for your highlighter,

shadow to the inner corners of your eyes and

prime your face with an oil or illuminating balm after moisturizing for a natu-

directly below the arch of your brow.

ral-looking radiance. + Step 6: Complete the look with a high-

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+ Step 3: Apply tinted moisturizer, BB cream or foundation as desired.

shine lip gloss. If you’re looking for extra

Tip: For a dewier look, blend your foundation out with a damp Beautyblender.

glow, apply highlighter to your cupid’s bow.

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CULINARY CREATIONS

ARTICLE LILIAN CHAVIRA PHOTOGRAPHY ESTHER H. PHOTOGRAPHY

JOY IN THE BREAKROOM LEMON JELL-O DELIGHT WITH GRAPES

SAY GOODBYE TO THOSE TRADITIONAL BOXED LUNCHES AT YOUR COMPANY EVENTS. Lilian Chavira, founder and designer of Joy in the Breakroom, has cultivated  a

Joy in the Breakroom

creative and personal approach to company events, meetings and special occasions. With several years of marketing experience, as well as owning her own bakery, Lilian provides companies with an entire food experience. She was kind enough to share a dessert recipe:

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Whether its a celebration of an employee's birthday, a client lunch meeting or a large office event, Lillian offers it all. She offers a full branded experience. Some previous examples have been ice cream bars, doughnut and coffee bars for breakfast meetings, personalized birthday cakes, holiday-themed parties and more. 214.843.8268 

L e m o n J e l l- O D e l i g h t with Grapes INGREDIENTS + 4 3-ounce boxes lemon Jell-O + 5 cups water + 1 14-ounce can condensed milk + 1 bunch green seedless grapes  + 1 bunch red seedless grapes 

indulge + Mint leaves

+ Blueberries and green grape halves for decor  DIRECTIONS

1. In a medium pot, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. 2.  Dissolve 2 boxes of Jell-O in  boiling water.

Set aside.

3. Pour another 2 cups of water in pan. Bring to a boil. Dissolve remaining 2 boxes of Jell-O in boiling water. Add 1 cup of cold water. 4. Allow both mixes to reach room temperature, about 50 minutes.

5. Add condensed milk to one of the mixtures. 6. Pour this creamy mixture in a cup and refrigerate for 10 minutes. In a 9-inch springform pan, spread the thicker creamy mixture to “seal” the edges of the pan.  7. Place the pan in the fridge for 10 minutes to thicken.  8.  Pour the creamy mixture to finish the first layer. Refrigerate until completely firm. 9. Pile the grapes, green on one side, red on the other.  10.    Pour 1 cup of the  yellow mixture carefully. Refrigerate for 10 minutes. 11. Add mint leaves on top, and pour the rest of the yellow mixture.  12. Refrigerate overnight.  13. Set the springform pan on a plate. Use extra grapes and blueberries for decoration. Enjoy! May 2019 | Frisco Life

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