Archive | December, 2012

Exercise for a Busy Life

Sometimes it seems like you can’t fit one more thing into your day. Between a long day of work, kids, cooking, cleaning, washing and driving the only thing you want to add is sleep. So when you see a very slim, very fit person on TV telling you that what you really need is exercise, […]

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Tips for Avoiding Stress

Doesn’t it feel great to be done with your holiday shopping, have all of your cookies made and your cards sent out too? If you actually agreed with that statement then: 1) You are super human 2) You probably don’t need to read the rest of this blog (but should because everyone gets stressed from […]

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What to Expect in the NICU

There are few things that are more moving, more beautiful, or more meaningful than the preciousness and serenity of having a newborn baby. As a matter of fact, none come to mind at all. It’s one of the best moments in life. So when there are complications or concerns come up, with the new little […]

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Winter Family Fun

As a kid growing up in southeast Idaho, I used to complain that there was nothing to do. Now that I am grown, I know how completely untrue that is! Southeast Idaho, especially during the winter, is a utopia of fun. From snow sports to festivals and concerts, plus whole lot more—this winter wonderland can’t […]

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Daniel’s Journey

As we reflect on what we are thankful for during this holiday season, one Montana family has a truly miraculous event to express gratitude. Daniel Busick was rushed to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center last September after suffering a traumatic brain injury.  He was declared brain dead three days later.  The future looked bleak for […]

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