The Right Way to Detox

By Cody Pickett

When you hear the word “cleanse,” most people picture a five-gallon pitcher of lemon juice with cayenne pepper and crushed ginger that they must guzzle for three days while fasting. It’s a pretty bleak image, not to mention an unhealthy one. There’s little scientific evidence that ‘detoxing’ does anything other make you run to the bathroom.

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To Everything there is a Season

by Terrin Parker

My family and I recently moved. When we attended church on Sunday, they passed around a “getting to know you” form for new congregants to complete. I inked in my replies, then paused when I got to the line which read: “Talents, hobbies, and interests.” Hmm. Well, I used to play the guitar and write songs.  » Read more about: To Everything there is a Season  »

How to Buy Happiness

Most believe that happiness is one of the primary purposes of life, but there are varied theories on how to experience the most happiness. This topic is intriguing to me, so I did a little research into various beliefs about happiness. I was fascinated by the findings of a psychologist named Thomas Gilovich, who found that individuals who spend money on experiences instead of material possessions experience greater happiness for longer periods of time.

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Coping with Caregiver Costs

By Dustin Schofield

More Americans are facing rising caregiver costs. The financial challenge of caring for an aging parent can also create caregiver stress. Don’t allow caring for an aging parent or spouse to become a crisis.

Nearly 10 million adults over the age of 50 provide care or financial support for aging parents.

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Forgiveness — A Key to Happiness

By Chad D. Olson, LMFT

The New Year is about fresh starts and new beginnings. This New Year, I want you to consider anyone who you haven’t forgiven. Is there anyone who has hurt you in some way? Are you are still holding onto the pain caused by another’s actions? Do you resent or wish revenge against the offender?

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Southern Utah’s Most Intimate Theatre

By Miki Brewster

Cotton Town Village

The creation of CottonTown Village may have come from humble beginnings, but it has grown into the very heart and soul of Washington City. Owners George and Kathy Staheli started with a vision: provide Washington with quality entertainment, extraordinary shops, and plenty of opportunities for family fun!

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Switchpoint Community Resource Center Opens It’s Doors to the Community

By Kristen Clark

With a little over a month behind us, Switchpoint Community Resource Center is well on its way to helping low-income families and individuals experiencing homelessness to a better and brighter future.

By design, Switchpoint Community Resource Center is unique. Our mission is one that believes it takes all of us to succeed.

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How To Be Happy

By Terrin Parker

“Mine!” my (almost) three-year-old wailed, snatching Thomas the Train out of the hands of his baby brother. Instead of crying, the baby simply smiled, and pulled another toy from the bin. “MINE!!” I heard again, as I looked over to see the toy get stripped from my youngest and added to the ever-expanding pile that was now spilling over Big Brother’s hoarding hands.

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Choosing a Reverse Mortgage Lender: Are They All the Same?

By Brandon Hansen

Since a reverse mortgage is FHA and/or HUD insured, does it matter which lender I choose? I am asked this question on a weekly basis. That is like asking if it matters which bank you have your account with, since every bank is FDIC insured.

All reverse mortgages are,

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