Oktoberfest

Join Tara Arnold, Mr. Oregon 2013, at Oaks Park Saturday September 21st as she kicks off the kids Oktoberfest Kids run. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Movin’ It with Mrs. Oregon for future events. See you … Continue reading

5, 2, 1, 0 Pledge

          It’s so easy!!! Just add more in your diet. Try something new (make it a try it Tuesday), cook them a different way (bake, steam, eat them raw), share with a friend.    Unplug from … Continue reading

The Dougie for breastfeeding?

The Dougie…. A hip hop move performed by moving your hand close to or near your head or hair while moving back and forth. This dance move just keeps popping up in my life with so many teaching opportunities attached … Continue reading

Beyonce Move Your Body

Friends, I am so excited to tell you all about a very special project am working on with my Movin’ It with Mrs. Oregon team. MIMO has partnered with WAT-AAH (an amazing kids water company that fights childhood obesity) to host Oregon’s first … Continue reading

Save The Date

Movin’ It with Mrs. Oregon will host it’s next event in Beaverton May 18th at Stoller Middle School from 11-2pm!! Check out this video from out last event at University of Portland. For more Movin’ It updates visit www.movingoregon.org!!! In health, … Continue reading

Breanna Bond,9, Loses 66 Pounds, Maintains Healthy Diet

I wanted to share this inspiring story of a families success at getting healthy together. The Bond family helped their 9 year old daughter loose 66 pounds by moving more and eating better foods. This article was posted on the … Continue reading

Movin’ It with Mrs. Oregon Kick Off Event

Dear Friends, I’m beyond excited to share with you what my team of amazing friends and I have been working on since the pageant……  As Mrs. Oregon America 2013, I have started a non-profit called “Movin’ it with Mrs. Oregon.” I believe … Continue reading

Shorter Life Spans

Today I feel that I need to share the more serious side of what our nation as a whole is facing as our obesity rates rise. I do this not to scare, intimidate, or belittle. I share this with you in … Continue reading