The Things I Can’t Live Without | Sara Russell

Sara Russell shares the things she can't live without


Sara is the director of marketing for AdventHealth Ocala. Among the things most dear to her are her husband, Marc, and their daughters Landree and Palmer. “They give me true purpose in life,” she says, “and certainly make it more exciting.” 


Callaway Golf Clubs

I have played golf since I was 13 and played at Youngstown State University on a golf scholarship. My favorite local golf courses are Stone Creek Golf Club and the Country Club of Ocala.


Mexican Food

I LOVE Mexican food and could eat it every day! I was born in Texas, so Tex-Mex is something that runs in my veins. I never turn down the opportunity to eat out at Las Margaritas, Cantina Tex Mex or Sayulita.



The Sun

I love being outside in the sun and having a tan. Spending time around the pool or on the beach allows me to reset from my hectic life.


Ohio State Football

We are a huge Ohio State family and OSU football means everything to us. If they are playing, you will find us out on the lanai cheering on our Buckeyes. Go Bucks! 



High Heels

I always have on high heels (Jessica Simpson heels are my fave!) at work. They make me feel confident and prepared to take on the day. My red heels are my favorite pair!



I love to burn candles! They provide me a sense of calmness. I especially love my Ruthless Wax candles, which I purchase at the Ocala Downtown Market. They are amazing and so beautiful.

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