Zion National Park: Utah’s First National Park No Comments

  Zion National Park isn’t just any park. It is filled with paths where ancient pioneers and native people walked, wilderness, and a unique range of wildlife. With pink, red, and blue that paint the skies, colossal sandstone cliffs, and beautiful scenery, this enchanting place is one you won’t want to miss. Here’s what you will love about Zion National Park!   The History and Culture Zion National Park’s Read more

Delicious Green Superfood Even Your Kids Will Eat! No Comments

Raise your hand if you wish feeding kids was super easy. I must admit that my kids (myself included) would prefer to eat pizza most nights. But let’s face it, pizza isn’t going to help us live a long life, at least if it’s not made to be slightly healthier. Here are some tips to help you find delicious superfoods your kids will eat. Spinach There isn’t Read more

How to Set Up Your Cricut Machine No Comments

How to Set Up Your Cricut Machine How many of you are excited to set up your Cricut Machine? The thing I LOVE about Cricut is that it’s so easy to use. In just a few simple steps, I set up my machine, without a problem and you can do the same. In just a short amount of time, you will be crafting your heart Read more

7 Landscape Photography Tips From Experts No Comments

Expert Landscape Photography Tips and Tricks When you look at pictures of beautiful landscape photography, you probably wonder if you will ever be that good. The good news is that you can always study and practice to get even better. You don’t have to stick to being average. Follow these 7 landscape photography tips from the experts.   Find natural S shapes When you are trying to take photography Read more

10 Signs You Should Invest In Parenting Classes No Comments

Parenting is hard, isn’t it? Sometimes it just doesn’t go quite like you plan. No one is telling you that you need a parenting class because you’re a bad parent. Parenting classes help in more ways than you can imagine. If you’re struggling with communication or discipline techniques, then here are 10 signs you should invest in parenting classes. #1. No matter what your kids don’t Read more

Healthy Ways to Sanitize Your Home No Comments

Using harsh chemicals on your home can do more harm than good. Did you know that there are healthy ways to sanitize your home? You don’t have to subject your home to chemicals and cleaners. Check out these healthy ways to sanitize your home. Vinegar and water – How can you sanitize your home with just vinegar and water? It’s possible! Vinegar is something you Read more

Easy Ways To Teach Your Children Compassion No Comments

Easy Ways To Teach Your Children Compassion Teaching your children compassion? Isn’t that something they naturally learn? Sadly, no. Compassion is something that is taught and not something they are born with. Keep in mind though, not all is lost. You can spend some time teaching your kids about compassion. Hopefully, you have learned this from the people that raised you. Teach kindness Did you know that compassion Read more

How to Stay Hydrated throughout the Day No Comments

Because our bodies are made up of 70% water, staying hydrated is one of the most important things a person can do for their body. Exercise and healthy eating are great, but many times drinking enough water is the simplest thing you can do. However, many of us, myself included, forget to drink enough water. Here’s how to stay hydrated throughout the day! Drink Water in Read more

Easy Crockpot Tortilla Soup Video Tutorial No Comments

Wondering what to make for dinner tonight? Try my easy recipe for tortilla soup. This is my mother in-law's recipe and has become a family staple at our house. I love this because you can dump everything into the crockpot in less than a minute, click the crockpot on and forget about it until dinner time! My house ends us smelling like yummy soup all day Read more

NextGen Animal Responders No Comments

Dawn and Shedd Aquarium are working together to inspire next generation of wildlife enthusiasts. Teachers that teach fifth through eighth grade now have the opportunity to learn about  NextGen Animal Responders. This is a program that focuses on environmental and science literacy, students will work with the Shedd Aquarium to learn and connect to nature. Students who are in an urban setting may not have Read more