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Clever Pumpkin Ideas

Fun ideas to decorate and carve your pumpkins.

By Joni Hilton
Too Much Candy at Halloween? We Have Healthy Alternatives

Candy, Candy, Candy! It's what Halloween is all about ... or is it? We check in with the pros and provide some fun and healthy Halloween treats for you and yours.

By Carolyn Allen
"The Records Are in the Archives”

The books were in chronological order and covered the entire metropolis of Sparta. One could not narrow a search by villages or surname.

By Carol Kostakos Petranek
Your Hardest Family Question: Our marital stubbornness is keeping us stuck

My husband and I are both stubborn, and have different perspectives on a lot of things. We seem to end up in stalemates where neither of us feels our desires/needs/opinions are being respected or included.

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
FamilySearch Provides LDS Members with Free Accounts to Commercial Family History Websites

Church members can now receive free personal subscriptions to Ancestry.com, findmypast.com, and MyHeritage.com.

10 Ways you are Being Unfaithful to your Spouse, and Don’t Even Know It

Having an affair is not even on your radar. Never gonna happen. You love your spouse and you'd never be unfaithful to her or him. However, you may be unaware of other ways you are being unfaithful.

By Gary and Joy Lundberg
Massive Online US Obituaries Project Will Help Find Your Ancestors

In celebration of Family History Month, FamilySearch International and GenealogyBank announced an agreement to make over a billion records from historical obituaries searchable online.

Discovering the Word of Wisdom: What about the Experts Who Disagree?

There are so many diets and so many experts who claim they have “the truth,” and none of them seem to agree. With all the confusion, how can we trust one particular diet is better than the rest?

By Jane Birch
Circle of Sisters: Supporting ‘the ONE’!

It may be challenging as a spouse to hold back ones own talents in order to support the other. This week's question, how have you managed to support a spouse's pursuits OR how have you pursued your unique gifts together?

By Joanne Rich