Author Archives: Matt

What Are You Doing For Yourself Right Now?

What Are You Doing For Yourself Right Now?

  We asked listeners on Facebook and Twitter what they are doing right now to keep their minds focused and positive and we received everything from working out to playing with their kids, binging TV shows & Movies to reading books and meditating at home. It can be very stressful right now to keep your…Read more »

Nebraska Acts of Kindness

Nebraska Acts of Kindness

We are all feeling the weight of the rapidly changing situation we’ve found ourselves in and, yes, it can be stressful but it is in moments like these that our true character shines through. And Nebraskans have character. Here are a few stories of Nebraskans, Iowans, and more working together for the greater good. “Courage…Read more »

20 Minutes Less of This Could Make You Happier & Healthier

20 Minutes Less of This Could Make You Happier & Healthier

Every Sunday I get the alert that tells me my weekly averages for time spent on my phone, and every week I am stunned! I can’t really be spending 2-3 hours a day just on my phone, right? Wrong. Turns out we lose all track of time when we’re on social media.  It’s kinda like…Read more »

HOW ABOUT SOME GOOD NEWS?!

HOW ABOUT SOME GOOD NEWS?!

If you’re like me you’re probably very stressed out right now.  It feels like a nonstop onslaught of negative headlines. This is cancelled, I need to watch out for this, am I going to get sick??? So, let’s take a minute for a big deep breath together. Here are some GOOD NEWS headlines to distract…Read more »

Relationship Goals You Shouldn’t Set

Relationship Goals You Shouldn’t Set

Goals. Everyone has them for pretty much every other aspect of our lives, including our relationships.  Being in a healthy relationship and having goals as a couple can be good, however sometimes setting relationship goals can backfire on us and have the opposite effect we were hoping for. Relationship experts warn that some common relationship goals can…Read more »

2 Ingredients Nutritionists Will Never Eat

2 Ingredients Nutritionists Will Never Eat

The website www.wellandgood.com recently published a column revealing what nutritionists will never, ever eat. See the highlights below and READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE Registered Dietitians Say… Not all processed foods are inherently bad for you. And it may be surprising, but ingredients that sound like ‘chemicals’ aren’t necessarily bad either.  Being aware of high amounts…Read more »

What to Watch This Week!

What to Watch This Week!

A number of good and bad movies came out for digital rental/purchase recently and Matt Tompkins has the reviews for what you should and should not be watching this week! Watch: Uncut Gems  Adam Sandler has been on a roll in recent years.  From his absolutely brilliant stand up special for Netflix (that rivaled his best…Read more »

Coronavirus – What You Need to Know Locally

Coronavirus – What You Need to Know Locally

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is already in the U.S. and, according to the CDC and World Health Organization, it is going to spread BUT that does not mean you should panic. There are many questions surrounding the Coronavirus and a lot of misinformation on the internet and fear mongering in the media that is not helping.  People…Read more »

Monday Motivation: Avoiding Bad Nutrition Advice

Monday Motivation: Avoiding Bad Nutrition Advice

Nutrition seems to be constantly evolving.  They told us Fat was bad for us, but now it’s good, egg yolks were bad and now they’re good, and on and on. Headlines like “Don’t Drink Coffee!” followed by “Drinking Coffee prevents cancer!” There are so many trendy diets from OG’s like Atkins to the modern day…Read more »

Leap Day Freebies!

Leap Day Freebies!

Leap Day comes once every 4 years and we have all the deals, specials, and savings right here for you! Also, happy 15th birthday dad! Free Entrees Anyone born on February 29th – with a valid ID – can get a free entree at Applebee’s, Quaker Steak & Lube and Chevys Fresh Mex Free Donuts Krispy Kreme is rolling out national…Read more »