Dominique has authored more than 5,000 stories on health, fitness, and wellness since graduating from USC's Annenberg School of Journalism. She formerly worked at PopSugar Fitness as an on-screen host and fitness editor, and she now has bylines at a variety of health publications and runs her own consultancy, DOMINIQUE Media. She is also a first-time author of her forthcoming book The Life Reset, which focuses on mental health and the effects of chronic stress. You can follow her at @dommymichelle on Instagram and Twitter, where she shares her unending love for all things fitness and mental health, self-care books, travel, and her dog Stella.
Dominique previously worked at PopSugar Fitness as an on-screen host and fitness editor. She now runs her own consultancy, DOMINIQUE Media, and contributes to various health publications. Her first book, The Life Reset, which focuses on mental health and the effects of chronic stress, is also set to be published in 2019.
Dominique holds a BA from USC’s Annenberg School of Journalism.
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