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Giveaway | Budgeting "Fun" Money for the Family

With the new year and new goals around our home, we've been working on redoing our family budget. I want our kids to grow up learning to value experiences over things and we've been dejunking and redirecting our spending to reflect these goals. Then we found out a couple of weeks ago that Zions Bank is hosting a series of Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University courses all around Utah and Idaho in the next few weeks. For those that don't know it is a 9 week course that teaches everything from insurance, retirement and college planning, real estate and mortgages

Foxboro North Regional Park | Splash Pads | North Salt Lake

Utah, oh, my, hot! Good Land, it has been SOOOO HOT! I thought we were going to melt this weekend. Luckily, Utah has some pretty good splash pads. We'd love to see you favorites too! Be sure to tag #thesaltproject, so we can see your photos, plus this week we are giving away a prize! Check out the original post here. We decided to try out the Foxboro North Splash Pad in North Salt Lake, thanks to Britney's suggestion. We'd just been to the Fire Station Park but as soon as we got to the Splash Pad, it got all

Feature Friday | Adam Ritchie | Crystal Hot Springs | Honeyville

Today we have @ATOMRITCHEY from Instagram! Check out his feed! Family fun time. A phrase with seemingly infinite possibilities. When a plan comes together and all involved end the activity with smiles or in need of a nap. You found a winner. But occasionally, you have the ability and opportunity to rediscover a hidden gem in our great state that you forgot existed. Recently, I had the fortune of doing just that. Crystal hot springs in Honeyville Utah. Exit 372 off I-15. East on hwy 240. Left on hwy 38 and in a few miles, you're there. Originally named Madsen
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