Sarah Martin

Sarah Martin

Sarah is a high school volleyball coach and works at a non-profit organization. Sarah is also a self-proclaimed foodie and loves diving into her cookbooks every night for dinner. In her free time, she loves playing golf, traveling, volunteering at the local Humane Society, reading, working out, being a newlywed with her husband, and spending time family & friends. She believes that life is meant to be lived and explored!
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Bachelors Degree in Business Administration - concentration in Hospitality Management

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Stop being afraid of what could go wrong and start being positive about what could go right.

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  • Mysteries in the Air: Flight Disappearance
    The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is not he first case of a plane being lost - and some have never been found.
  • Looking to the Final Four
    From the teams that have suffered through court storming losses to those who have maintained a perfect season, the question of who will come out victorious in the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament is up for debate.
  • My Spring Bucket List
    Each spring lays out opportunities to be outside and enjoy the scenery, or try something you've never tried before. Here are my five things I want to do before the summer heat sets in.
  • 10 Reasons Why It’s Great to Be a Reds Fan This Year
    After a National League Central championship last year, Reds fans are chomping at the bit for the 2013 season. A strong returning lineup and some new last names on uniforms are just a few things to be excited for this season if you're a Reds fan.
  • Tips to Keep the Wedding Planning Process Fun
    Wedding planning can be exhausting and stressful - but they don't have to be. Follow these 5 tips to de-stress your wedding and enjoy your engagement!
  • Kentucky Wildcats -- "We" Before "Me"
    The Kentucky Wildcats have experienced a season for the record books -- and not in a good way.
  • Memories of Our Dog
    Losing a pet is never easy. After Lucy died, reflecting on good memories helped my whole family remember her and recover without her waiting at the door.
  • Throwback Thursday: My 90s School Portrait
    Most of us have a horrible, embarrassing school picture from elementary school, and I am no exception. Some of them though (before you start going through puberty and your hair doesn't look cute frizzy anymore) are simply cute and funny!
  • Change Things Up in Lexington This Valentine's Day
    Valentine's Day can get repetitive and boring - spice things up this year with some alternative ideas for you and your sweetie. Even if you aren't in Lexington, these cool ideas can probably be found in your city too. Show your Valentine some love!
  • Local Running Trails
    It's hard to get motivated to run during the winter months, especially if you don't know where to go. These running trails are all paved and provide a distinct route for you to follow.
  • My Day: Normal Day in an Extraordinary Life
    As a coach, assistant director, fiance, daughter, sister, and friend, my days are packed full with things I enjoy. Each simple day reminds me that life is an amazing gift.
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  • Perspective
    We all have bad days - but are they that bad? Remembering the good, happy, lucky and blessed parts of your life are important, even when things seem terrible. Sometimes, we all need a reminder of how to put things in perspective in our lives.
  • Sandy Hook Tragedy: Remember
    The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary school rings heartache and disbelief straight home, and makes us all hold our loved ones even tighter.

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