The Dancing Housewife is Growing

The Dancing Housewife is growing! We are pleased to announce Jennifer Allen Egl has joined the team as a content writer. Jennifer brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to as our resident expert on all things country!

She is a competitive country dancer with a UCWDC World Championship pro-am title to her credit and serves as chairperson of Media and Marketing for the United Country Western Dance Council (UCWDC). She also is Event Director of

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The One About the Bad Breath

Dear Dance Diva,
This is awkward so I’ll get straight to the point. My pro-am partner has bad breath. It’s really bad. I’ve been working with him for about six months and he’s a good instructor, but I’m thinking about finding another pro because I don’t know how to handle this without embarrassing him (and me). At first I thought I could just grin and bear it. I tried mouth breathing, but I get so parched that I find myself holding my breath during my

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Daniel for Dancing with the Stars

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.

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Dem Bones

Hip and back pain got you down? Dem dry noisy bones…

The foot bone’s connected to the leg bone.
The leg bone’s connected to the knee bone.
The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone.
The thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone.
The hip bone’s connected to the backbone.
The backbone’s connected to the neck bone.
Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones
Dem dry, noisy bones…

Is your sacroiliac joint the cause of your hip and/or lower back pain?

The self proclaimed Most Famous Physical Therapists on the Internet, Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck [RELATED

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10 Tips to Make Your Great Toe Great Again

You never really think about how important fingers and toes are until they stop working. If you or someone you know suffers from great toe pain and stiffness, it’s likely you’ve got Hallux Rigidus also known as the kiss-of-death-for-ballroom-dancers. This post is for you.

About two years ago I dropped from 2.5 inch heels to 1.3 inch heels. The Dancing Doc is only a couple of inches taller than me so we look better on the floor with me in lower heels, but a pleasant, unexpected

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