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  • Save money, create less waste with this simple DIY mascara

      I feel really bad throwing away my mascara containers when they’re gone, but there’s no way around it! They are impossible to get clean enough to recycle. I also don’t love paying $12 for a tube when it’s so simple to make myself! So I found a recipe for mascara that I can store in a reusable container, meaning no more mascara-bottle waste or shelling out my hard-earned money! The recipe I found is from Ingredients: • 1/2 […]

  • Plantable greeting cards are the gift that keeps on growing

      Cute greeting cards are a dime a dozen, but what about a card that keeps on giving…and growing? I once found a pack of “plantable seed cards” from a specialty store and it cost more than I was comfortable paying. But I never forgot how cool they looked, and how neat it would be to see a card get a second life as a bunch of flowers! So instead of splurging, I am trying my hand at DIY-ing them. […]

  • Woman Crush Wednesday: Utah Film Commissioner Virginia Pearce

    Every Wednesday in March, during Women’s History Month, we are featuring an inspiring Utah woman. This week’s Woman Crush Wednesday highlights Virginia Pearce, the Utah Film Commissioner in charge of bringing dollars into our economy through film. A Utah native, Virginia loved to ski and attend Sundance Film Festival. After getting a journalism degree and working all over the country, she became the managing director of Sundance Institute, where she worked for 13 years before taking over as director of […]

  • Woman Crush Wednesday: Community Activist Susi Felch-Malohifo’ou

    Every Wednesday in March, which is Women’s History Month, we are featuring an inspiring Utah woman. This wee, we talk to community activist, Susi Felch-Malohifo’ou. She helped to found Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources. PIK2AR began as an idea of Simi Poteki, Susi Feltch-Malohifo’ou and Cencira Te’o to start conversations about violence in our communities and to assist entrepreneurs and pre-entrepreneurs navigate the local business resources and opportunities available with cultural translation and mentorship as needed. Some of the […]

  • Yoga for Confidence

    Struggling with your self-image as swimsuit season creeps closer? Or perhaps you’re a little shy when it comes to social gatherings? These poses are aimed at amping you up with courage, and helping you feel strong, supported and maybe even invincible! Follow along in the video, making sure to listen to your body and breathing, and slow things down as you deem fit. Volcano Pose – Moves erratic energy, grounds you Goddess Pose – Expands on that grounded feeling, then […]

  • Fly fishing enthusiasts will love this film festival in Park City

    Utah Stream Access board members Ryan Caggiano and Jared Winkler stopped by to tell us about a film festival currently touring the country, that puts fly fishing front and center. It’s called the Fly Fishing Film Tour, or “F3T,” and features the people, places and fisheries that help make up the vast world of fly fishing. See films highlighting fishing from Alaska to Florida, South Dakota to French Polynesia, British Columbia to the coast of Australia and more! The next […]

  • Under-eye Bags and Wrinkles Gone in Minutes with Plexaderm

    Many of us have seen before & after pictures and videos on social media of people getting rid of eye bags in minutes. The transformations are incredible and almost unbelievable. Today we’re talking about Plexaderm, and it works in minutes to reduce some of the key signs of aging.  If you have wrinkles, crow’s feet or under eye bags, get ready to be amazed! Lifestyle Expert Angie Winegar shares the secrets of this new technology and how to change the way you see yourself in the mirror. […]

  • There’s a new way for people in St. George to earn a degree

    Eric Juhlin, CEO of Stevens-Henager College, stopped by to show us the new St. George campus.  It’s located in the Boulder Creek Crossing development on River Road. It’s a brand-new, 15,000 sq. ft campus that features two medical labs, a computer lab, a beautiful library and a large student lounge area. They offer accelerated programs so you can get in, get trained, and get on with a successful career. Have you heard of Independence University? If people are more interesting […]

  • The Genius Trick to Re-using and Re-filling Old Candles

    Lighting a candle signals my brain and body that it’s time to relax. But a lot of store-bought candles come packed with chemicals that do the opposite to your nervous system. So I decided to make them myself from soy wax and natural scents. First, I reuse my old candles with this simple trick: 1. Boil water 2. Pour into almost-gone candle 3. Let it set until all the wax floats to the top 4. Keep the wax, throw out the water, scrape out […]

  • Funding Your Future: 4 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

    We’ve all heard the term ‘credit scores,’ but do you know what they mean? David Sant, Chief Marketing Officer with Cyprus Credit Union said, “a credit score, also referred to as a FICO score, is a three-digit number that is generated by pulling information from your credit report. It is used as a predictor of how likely you are to become dependent on your credit or fall into delinquency with your payments. It is also used to help determine whether […]

  • Blindfolded Hosts Taste-Test 3 Types of Sweets

    Budah puts Amanda through the ultimate soda showdown: Coke or Pepsi? Plus, can she tell which Oreo is the knock-off brand? Amanda tests Budah’s Valentine’s Candy prowess. Can he decipher which popular types of bon-bons are which?

  • Amanda Tries a Sport Where You Ski and Shoot a Rifle

    It’s called “Biathlon,” where you cross-country ski then drop to the ground for target shooting! I got to practice with Zachary Hall, biathlon manager at Soldier Hollow, then try it out myself, after watching Olympian biathlon athlete Joenne Reid hit EVERY target in seconds! You can enjoy the sport as a spectator at the 2019 BMW Biathlon World Cup when it comes to Soldier Hollow Nordic Center in Midway, Utah from February 14 to 17, 2019. This is the first major […]

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