The Things I Can’t Live Without | Devon Chestnut

Devon Chestnut shares the things she can't live without


Devon is a native Ocalan and the Corporate Communications Manager at Cox Communications. She is a member of the Florida Public Relations Association and serves on the board of Pace Center for Girls – Marion.



My husband, son and daughter have been so supportive of my dreams, goals and career (and the long hours I work). I appreciate them more than they know. And as of a few months ago, I now have a beautiful granddaughter to spoil!


Florida Public Relations Association  

It’s essential to surround yourself with others working in your chosen field. It’s a surefire way to enhance your knowledge, share insights and develop valuable relationships.


Coco Mademoiselle

This is my go-to fragrance and the only perfume I wear. It’s a warm floral with key notes of orange, patchouli and Turkish rose.


Tumi Backpack

I travel a lot for work and could not live without my Tumi backpack. It’s stylish and has a place for everything. Whether zipping through the airport or walking around the corporate office in Atlanta, I always get compliments on it.



Goodal Green Tangerine Vitamin C Serum

I’m an advocate for having a good skincare regimen. Morning and night, I follow a 10-Step skincare process. This Vitamin C serum is one of my favorites. Full of potent antioxidants, it helps fight the damage caused by our beautiful, sunny state.


Ring Light

As a remote employee, I spend much of my time on video calls. It’s important to show up as my best version, even online. I use a ring light as my primary light source in my home office. It ensures that my appearance on camera is clear, crisp and professional.




Yes, I’m part of the Peloton cult and it has been one of the best investments I’ve made. Whether I’m completing a 30-minute Pop Ride with Ally Love or a 5-minute stretch with Sam Yo, I feel energized and have a sense of accomplishment.


Let’s Eat Fresh 

Their spanakopita is to die for and I can’t get enough of their spinach dip.

Posted in Community Spotlight, Living

Share this post


What's New at Ocala Style

What To Do With Epiphanies?

I had a handful of nonsense to write about mid-summer; column...

Growing Goodness

With locally grown plants and a program to assist adults...

Supporting Local Students

This local gem shows how organizations can work together for...

Welcome to the 2023 Guide to Charitable Giving

Lauren Deiorio We are delighted to welcome you to the...

“The Big Chill,” UCF Style

How many University of Central Florida (UCF) grads does it...

Savoring the Sweet Life

La Dolce Vita & Pastry’s Gjon and Violeta Merdita arrived...