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Alexa Vikel

Alexa Vikel

Work for a cause, not applause. Live life to express, not impress. Don't strive to make your presence noticed, just make your absence felt.

Wear High Heels? Do a lot of running? Or if your on your feet all day like me...Do these stretches. Save your feet!

Foam Roller: Upper Back (aka Thoracic Spine): For after a day at the computer. Start lying face up with the roller underneath your shoulder blades. Interlace your fingers and place them behind your head to support the weight of your skull. Push with your feet to roll up and down your upper back. Roll from shoulder blades to the mid-back (keep the roller where you have ribs) for 30 to 60 secs.

The Blue blood Redneck: Cancer - the ugly opponent

Great way to think of my surgical scars

Cancer survivor anniversary tattoo! #cancer #survivor #tattoo

Wedding hair styles - for more amazing tips, tools and local wedding vendors visit us at at www.brides-book.com

Wedding hair styles - for more amazing tips, tools and local wedding vendors visit us at at www.brides-book.com

Wedding hair styles - for more amazing tips, tools and local wedding vendors visit us at at www.brides-book.com

Wedding hair styles - for more amazing tips, tools and local wedding vendors visit us at at www.brides-book.com

How to study the Bible - a must read, especially if you're planning to read the entire Bible in 2014!

cute ideas for fashion - Fashion Jot- Latest Trends of Fashion

The book that has literally changed my preparedness lifestyle . One Second After: A Book Review @ Mom with a Prep

31 Unbelievable Facts That Make The "Harry Potter" Movies Even More Magical. I didn't know #23. Sweet.

For quick curls, put your hair in a ponytail first and divide and conquer. | 26 Lazy Girl Hairstyling Hacks

We've compiled a list just for you of fabulous yoga poses that will leave you feeling great!

Women with a history of some types of skin cancer who took the suggested daily doses of calcium and vitamin D for seven years cut their melanoma risk by 57 percent, according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.