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Dressing with Confidence

Dressing with Confidence

written by Emily Buckley, editor in chief Most people strive to approach each day with confidence, but getting there isn’t always easy. Dressing in expensive clothing may offer a short sense of satisfaction, but real confidence in how one appears is not about the...

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Family Vision Boards: Goals Get a New Look

Family Vision Boards: Goals Get a New Look

written by Tara Bone, contributing writer As a child, every January 1st my heart sank when my mother pulled out her little blue planner. That planner meant one thing: goal setting time. She’d read last year’s family and individual goals and then we’d stare at each...

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Five Picture Books that Encourage Diversity

Five Picture Books that Encourage Diversity

favorite picks from Cache Valley Family Magazine The world is a diverse place that is packed full of people living dramatically different lives, even within the same neighborhood or classroom. Teaching children to appreciate and celebrate this diversity is a top...

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Teaching Children to Appreciate Diversity

Teaching Children to Appreciate Diversity

written by Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District We are fortunate to live in a diverse community, where differences in language, ethnicity, culture, religion, physical ability, gender, and other differences surround us. This local diversity...

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Lee’s Legacy: You’ve Got a Friend at Lee’s

Lee’s Legacy: You’ve Got a Friend at Lee’s

written by Emily Buckley, editor in chief Jonathon and Shari working at Jack's Foodtown in the early 1990s. In 1981, Lee and Shari Badger entered into the grocery business purchasing Jack’s Foodtown, a 9,000-square-foot store, in Smithfield. Over the following decade...

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Valentine Yarn Hearts

Valentine Yarn Hearts

written by Cami Graham, contributing writer, tidbits-cami.com Do you ever get stuck fighting an inner battle where you desperately want to create with your own two hands, in your own little world, and knowing there is a world of precious little ones who also...

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Good Morning Muffins

This is a great way to sneak in your fruits and veggies in the morning! Kids young and old love these muffins, so I often make a big batch and freeze them for busy mornings or a healthy snack. Makes 12 Servings | Serving Size: 1 muffin Total Time: 30 min Ingredients:...

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Butternut Squash Lasagna

When we brought this recipe into the office for taste testing, people were hesitant, to say the least. It’s an orange-colored lasagna made with squash, after all...but then they gave it a try. It was a huge hit! Makes 9 Servings | Serving Size: 1 portion Total Time: 1...

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Easy Chicken Noodle Soup

Fresh lemon thyme, tarragon, parsley, and lemon juice give this soup extra flavor. I love my chicken noodle soup to be loaded with vegetables, noodles, and chicken. With this recipe, you’re bound to have a hearty bite in every spoonful! Makes 6 Servings |Serving Size:...

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Slow Cooker Beef Stew

Loaded with veggies, this is the perfect, low-calorie stew for a cold evening. We used our secret veggie marinara sauce for extra veggies, but you can use regular marinara sauce for the tomato base of this soup. My favorite part of this dish is that all the veggies,...

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Five Natural Ways to Boost Your Immunity

Five Natural Ways to Boost Your Immunity

Brett Murdock, DC, Murdock Family Chiropractic Winter provides ideal conditions for sickness to spread. It is a time when we are less active, more stressed, and healthy foods are pushed to the side to make room for sugar cookies. There is no need to spend this holiday...

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Tips for Finding Cheap Holiday Airfare

Tips for Finding Cheap Holiday Airfare

Kinsey Love, marketing manager, Lewiston State Bank The holidays are a time for family, which in many cases, can mean a time for travel. Or maybe, instead of spending money on things, you want to spend it on an experience for your family. But finding cheap airfare,...

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What to Wear for Family Photos

What to Wear for Family Photos

Miriam Jenson, contributing writer, Miriam Jenson Photography If you haven't already, you are likely trying to plan for a family photo to go along with your Christmas card. The most-asked question I get before family photo sessions is, “What should we wear?” Some...

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Managing Social Media with Children

Managing Social Media with Children

Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District The use of technology in our professional and private lives is continually increasing. Various devices, including tablets, smartphones, and desktop or laptop computers are used by adults, teenagers, and young...

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Raising a Selfless Child in a Selfie Generation

Raising a Selfless Child in a Selfie Generation

Rory Anderson, Foster Division vice president,  LiFT Consulting The word "selfie" was added to the Oxford Dictionary in 2013, validating what parents were already very aware of: Our kids are growing up in a time when words like “altruistic” and “charitable” are...

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Are Video Games Ruining Our Children’s Brains?

Are Video Games Ruining Our Children’s Brains?

Bruce O’Very, M.D., Treehouse Pediatrics Are video games ruining our children’s brains? Well, yes. Yes, they are, except when they’re not. I know it’s trite, but such a question is like asking if fire is dangerous. The answer, of course, is yes, but fire is beyond...

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