From CEOs to chefs, these women inspired you this year. Read our most popular articles of 2018.

1. A Family Affair by Alessandra Rey

Former One Tree Hill star Danneel Ackles opens up about her newest venture, a family-friendly brewery in Dripping Springs, Texas.

2. Recipes from JuiceLand by Nicole Carbon

Now you can enjoy JuiceLand’s delicious flavors and health benefits at home with these two recipes that are easy to prepare.

3. Food-Intolerance Testing: What You Need To Know by Dr. Lauryn Lax

Whether you want to know if you’re sensitive to gluten, dairy or a random fruit, like blueberries or pineapple, one blood stick may be all you need.

4. Deal With It: How Sheena Paul Became a Real-estate Force by John T. Davis

As the chief operating officer of World Class Holdings, a private real-estate-focused investment firm headquartered in Austin, Sheena Paul is the woman whose company had already accrued a reported $1 billion in assets by the time she was 30.

5. Runaway Success: Camp Gladiator’s Ally Davidson on Her Fitness Empire by Rachel Rascoe 

Fitness mogul Ally Davidson breaks down how she got from point A, a spontaneous audition for American Gladiators on the morning of her wedding day, to point B, the rapid rise of her own outdoor-workout empire.

6. Why One Woman Left West Lake to Live with the Formerly Homeless by Courtney Runn

When Kristin Paulson and her family moved from their West Lake neighborhood to Community First, she found more than just a new home.

7. Sally Brown: How She Fell for Mack and the UT Longhorns by Deborah Hamilton-Lynne

Happily married, doing what she loves and giving back in every way…what’s her secret?

8. The Truth about CBD Oil by Chelsea Pribble

A drop of CBD oil a day keeps the pain at bay.

9. Grey Matter: Kristin Kish on Top Chef and Leaving Her Mark on Austin by Courtney Runn

Top Chef winner, devout culinary authority and warmhearted kitchen boss Kristen Kish is serving up the fruits of her labor, wining and dining Austinites at her new nostalgia-driven, technique-rooted restaurant, Arlo Grey.

10. Meet the Women Growing the Texas Wine Industry by Mauri Elbel 

From the first woman to plant wine grapes in the Lone Star State and one who employed her gardening expertise to grow the local wine boom, to two transplants making names for themselves in the male-dominated wine industry, these enterprising ladies are proving that, in Texas, in vino veritas—in wine, there is truth.







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