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Everyone Can Feel Hope and Inspiration in 2020

By guest contributors: Jordan Tanner & Justin Anderson 2020 has been a rough year Where to start? We began with countries postering and threatening each other; the president of the United States was impeached by the House of Representatives; a global pandemic struck; “Social Distancing” became a new normal; racial injustices are being protested. Getting…

The Bucket List of Matt Bowen

By guest contributors: Callie Lyman, Joseph Roberts, & Vaughn Draper In the age of experiences over effects, a well-checked bucket list is an ultimate treasure. Bucket lists take strength and resilience to accomplish. This is no different for 28-year-old Matt Bowen. In the last few years, Matt skydived above the Great Salt Lake, raced along…

How To Make a Family Mask Holder in 11 Easy Steps

Do you have masks laying around like I do in an unorganized way? Are you running out the door to go to the grocery store only to run back in to try to find that mask that you have somewhere in the house? If you have had this happen, you are not alone. I also…

140 BOREDOM BUSTING ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN or TEENS

With the spread of the Coronavirus or COVID-19, parents are wondering what in the world they are going to do now that they are left to entertain their wonderful children for who knows how long. Here is a list of 140 boredom busting activities you can do with children or teens of all ages. Bonus:…

A Sweet Lesson My Daughter Taught Me Amid Coronavirus Panic

It’s Been a Little Crazy! Yesterday was such a crazy Coronavirus day! The stock market crashed, NBA and NCAA games cancelled, travel began being limited, church was cancelled, and for goodness sakes Disneyland is actually closing temporarily. There was even a run on our local grocery store which experienced the “bare shelves” phenomenon. My family…