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10 Superheroes You Should Follow Now!

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Discount Code – Just $10 for Uplift Families Dinner Event

Discount Code – Just $10 for Uplift Families Dinner Event This date night idea will have huge value for all parents. Join us on Saturday, September 19, where First Lady of Utah Jeanette Herbert will host her annual “Uplift Families Parentin...
by Coupons 4 Utah on Sep 3, 2015

Utah: Love Utah, Give Utah Day of Giving!

Utah: Love Utah, Give Utah Day of Giving! On Thursday March 26, Love Utah, Give Utah day is back for it’s annual day of giving, where many of our favorite local charities & non-profit organizations are getting together for the biggest day...
by Coupons 4 Utah on Mar 20, 2015

Preparing to Care From Afar During Spring Break Holiday

There may be parents of children with disabilities who travel as a family during spring break, but I'll leave that subject for another post.Today, I would like to talk about making preparations to care from afar when you leave on holiday and your lov...

Eccles Primary Children’s Outpatient Center Tour

(photo credit: IamSimplyJune) Last night I had the pleasure of joining some of Utah’s top bloggers for a tour of the new Eccles Primary Children’s Outpatient Medical Center. (photo credit: AshleyMarieCakes) This new state-of-the-art faci...
by Coupons 4 Utah on Sep 12, 2014

Utah Fundraisers Ideas: Wasatch Saving Card

Utah Salt Lake City Area Fundraiser Company I have a new coupon book to share with you. Have you heard of the Wasatch Saving Guide? If your little ones are in Jordan or Granite School District or you attended our Catching Fire movie premier, you prob...
by Coupons 4 Utah on Jun 27, 2014

Sharing the Care Online - Can It Really Help?

When my son Nicholas was born with severe disabilities in 1988, my husband and I struggled to care for him on our own.  Nick turns 25 at the end of this month and all these years of giving care have taught me one great big lesson.  Caring a...

A Need of Time – Patients’ Helping Hands

Respected All, “Injuries and illnesses kill about 2.2 million people in the world each year“, ILO. In the U.S., about 1/3 of all injuries and 20% of injury deaths occur at home. Safe practices at work, home, and play can … Continue...

Celebrate Independence Day with a good book!

It’s Independence Day here in the United States, the anniversary of our country’s birth. For most of us, it’s also a day to take some time off and relax while enjoying the summer weather. One thing to remember is that … Contin...
by The West Corner on Jul 4, 2013

Day 95 – My last three dollars

  I’m not usually accustomed to giving away my money to the homeless people who I come across, I generally try to give them something more valuable than a few bucks. I give away my blessing bags with toiletries and snacks, I sometimes give...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Apr 6, 2013

Day 91 – Picking the Underdog

By  now you have heard me talk about how busy we have been at work over the last couple months!! It’s a blessing and we couldn’t be more grateful that business has really taken off for us. It’s left us stretched very thin as far as...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Apr 4, 2013

Day 84 – Change

Day 84 was our last day on our camping trip. We were pretty busy this day letting the kids choose all the activities they wanted to do. We played board games, checkers, Tennis, miniature golf, we swam, went to the hot tub, took golf cart rides and ha...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Mar 28, 2013

Day 86 – Facilitating Kindness

Today’s act of kindness really belongs to my momma bear. I was just the facilitator in what I have dubbed “operation cupcake.” As you probably know if you have followed my blog with regularity, my mom was in the hospital for a lengt...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Mar 28, 2013

Day 77 – Don’t be a Litterbug

Today’s act of kindness was actually two-part.  At lunch time I went to go pick up some Panera bread and naturally in the 12pm hour the parking lot was packed with other lunch goers. I drove up and down the aisles making several laps to find...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Mar 20, 2013

Day 49 – Books for Kids (literally)

One the best parts of doing The Pledge of Kindness for me personally, has been all the great charities and organizations that I have learned about and been exposed to…even so early on in my mission. Seriously, I am on day 49 (ok really day 50 a...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Feb 19, 2013

Day 35 – Gratitude

 We have been blessed to have some really amazing nurses looking after my mom while she is in ICU. I know first hand how great nurses are because my sister is married to one (he’s a trauma nurse.) I believe some people are just destined for t...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Feb 4, 2013

The Journey Of Nishiyuu ~ It Works Best When We Help Each Other

Everyone 'sees' the Quest with their own eyes. My eyes see it in this picture. Ruth MastyThe Journey of NishiyuuJanuary 19 Guide, a.k.a. The White Wizard, Isaac getting help with his bandana (scarf) from his mother. Who ever thought you don't...

Day 30 – The Hubbard House

  Day 30 holds a special place in my heart and for several reasons. This day has been more than a month in the making and is an act of kindness which I was able to share alongside some of my favorite people. I belong to a special little group of...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Jan 30, 2013

The Journey of Nishiyuu ~ The Quest Is About Many Things ~ Courage And Helping Are Two Of Those Things

 Stanley Jason GeorgeThe Journey of Nishiyuu24 minutes ago Here are the gentlemen that are working hard everyday to making sure all goes well, even when the going gets tough. Left to right; James Kawapit, again Big John, Abraham George came b...

Day 26 – A Helping Hand

Today’s act of kindness came about while doing my grocery shopping. I was just exiting the cereal aisle when I notice an elderly woman in a wheelchair and her service dog (Who I later learned was named Flint) staring at the butter choices. She...
by The Pledge of Kindness on Jan 26, 2013


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