Welcome back to Lunch with Mark! If you’ve seen the last 2 episodes, you know all about working on your Body and Being. Well, today we’re going to talk about something incredible: Balance! You can not have an optimal life without balance.
Think about it.
When you leave and go away, where do you look forward to coming back to? Home. Your values, your ethics, the core of your family are created, molded, shaped within the four walls of your home.
With M-POWER U our goal is to get everyone into a home; to provide a home for your family, to have a home as an investment, and to attain one of the most sought after American dreams, owning a home!
M-POWER U answers all of your questions about buying a home, selling a home, owning a home, and making your home yours!
Today, I’m taking a walk through a park in my neighborhood, Quail Valley. But it doesn’t stop there. The park in Quail Valley is big on bringing our community together, which is also what Being is about.
Guess who’s back?! That’s right, Lunch With Mark is still in full swing! We’ve got so much in store for you! We’re teaming up with my better half, Sarah, to introduce a cool, new idea: My Block. Check it out!
Great Realtors specialize in locations. Today I’m joined by Houston Heights Realtor, Dawn Beltrami. She shares a favorite sport for Coffee & Tea, EQ Heights.
There is so much more to the Township Square than just restaurants and boutiques. Just ask Bren Morgan, owner and painter at Paint and Party Place.
Anytime Fitness is a 24-hour gym that features several equipment and workout areas to fit your fitness needs. Once you join, you’ll get full access.
Brandani’s may seem like a regular Mom and Pop restaurant, but Ron Brandani and his crew have gone out of their way to create a sense of community here.
Jiu-Jitsu strengthens your mind and gives you confidence. It allows you to defend yourself, if needed, and mix exercise with personal development.
If you think Texas is the last place you’ll find great pizza, you’ve never been to Capone’s. Danny Barkus has recently brought Capone’s to Missouri City.