St. George, Utah is a very popular destination in the spring and fall. It has perfect weather and some fun attractions that are perfect for a variety of ages. Here are 7 attractions you won’t want to miss while you are there:
Spring break is coming soon, do you have plans? We are trying to spend less money since inflation is crazy. So, spring break is going to be on a budget this year. There are some easy ways to still go explore and have fun all while spending less money.
It’s been almost two years since we heard the word COVID-19 and the uneasiness we felt and the unknowns that were brought with it. Recently, we’ve seen a big inflation around the nation which basically means a general increase in prices. I’ve noticed this at the grocery store as well as online shopping for clothes and other items. It’s becoming pretty crazy for some food items that I usually buy. I’ve come to the conclusion that I can’t continue my normal shopping habits with this high inflation. I have to change how I buy. Here are a few tips that I’ve started doing that may help you during this hard time.
Yesterday I made chocolate covered strawberries for the first time EVER. I guess I was intimidated to make them. However, I found a way to make them and it was super easy and so good. We all loved them. This would be a great family activity on Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day is the day of love. That doesn’t mean just your spouse or significant other, you can celebrate with your children as well. They’re anxious to feel loved and need us to express that to them, and who doesn’t love a reason to celebrate! Not all children feel loved through gifts so think of your own child as you come up with some fun ways to celebrate the love you have for them. Here’s a few way we plan to celebrate this year!
Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? It’s in a few days. My kids love to celebrate this holiday. However, I feel like we get a TON of candy. So I try to get our kiddos non-sugar gifts from me and my husband. Here are a few different options that you can get this year.
It’s Winter time, which can be hard on a lot of people. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression related to changes in seasons. A lot of people can experience this during the winter months. You may find yourself a little more tired or moody. I’ve learned that you really can enjoy this season. It does require a little extra work, but it’s definitely worth it. Here are 7 tips & tricks that might just help you beat the winter blues.
I know the long winter months are starting to affect a lot of us, including myself. So, we took a little weekend getaway up to Afton Wyoming. It was the perfect way to reset and reconnect with each other. I highly recommend getting away if you can. This was only a little over 3-hour drive from Salt Lake City making it great to travel to on a weekend. Here’s what we enjoyed and the highlights of the trip.
We’re coming out of the busy time of year, at least for me. The holidays have us running from store to store, visiting family and friends, making extra trips to the grocery store all while making lots of memories. So I’m planning on taking this month to slow down and simply life. I’ve picked a few things so I don’t get overwhelmed but you can pick anything from this list to get started.
I live in a place where we get a lot of snow during the Winter and the temperature highs hover in the 20s or 30s. It’s cold and dark for most of the winter season. When this happens we tend to stay indoors which can create more depression and anxiety. Even in the Winter there are ways you can get outside to play which would help dispel those Winter blues.