Nearly a decade ago this full-time housewife, mother of two and Dancing with the Stars fanatic launched a blog called Just Another Ordinary Day. My not-so-hidden agenda in blogging was to become famous… not paparazzi-infiltrating-suburban-neighborhoods famous… just famous enough to garner an invitation to join the cast of celebrity contestants on DWTS. Fast forward five years.
Amateur ballroom dancers, Tevfik Altan and Pamela Mittoo… a.k.a The Dancing Engineers… stopped by Kitchen Pantry Studios to record an episode of The Dancing Housewife Show.
UPDATE: Since recording this episode of The Dancing Housewife Show, The Dancing Engineers have competed twice. Most recently, they won Senior 1 & 2 Bronze Rhythm at the USA Dance sanctioned Southeastern Dancesport Championships in Birmingham, AL in February 2017, which
I had the honor of being interviewed recently by fellow ballroom dancer and blogger, Katie Harrison, also known as The Girl with the Tree Tattoo. Please click on the link below to take a moment to visit her site and see what I had to say…
Once upon a time there was a housewife and her husband, the doctor, who became competitive ballroom dancers because they wanted a hobby they could enjoy together once their youngest son headed off to college. This is their story.
One day, The Dancing Housewife was stopped at a traffic light at the entrance to her neighborhood when the word BALLROOM screamed at her from a sign across the intersection. She had been driving through that intersection for nearly ten years so it struck her as odd that
If you’re looking for the sport of a lifetime, may I suggest ballroom dancing? Sure, there’s golf and tennis and power walking and a host of other healthy ways to spend your time, but there is an unexpected benefit you only get from ballroom dancing. [Related: The Top 5 Reasons I Love Ballroom Dancing]
Ballroom dancing burns calories. It improves coordination and core strength. It reduces stress. It makes you happy. And it makes you smarter because engaging in dynamic brain functions,