Archive | August, 2014

Vegan Chocolate Zucchini Bars

This recipe was sent to us by Evelyn Greene of Weston, Idaho If you planted a garden this spring then chances are that by now you are enjoying the benefits of all that weeding, watering, and tending. Gardening is hard work, but the rewards make it all worth it! There’s nothing better than a dinner […]

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Football Season Fun

It’s almost fall which means football season will soon be in full swing. The crowds will cheer, the stadium lights will brighten the field, and boys will pull jerseys over their backs and helmets over their heads. But who ever said football is just for the boys? Whether you are preparing to cheer on your […]

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Life After Organized Sports

Former collegiate athlete Abbie Beutler wrote this post. “And the crowd goes wild”. It’s a phrase all dreamers whisper-yell as a child. Nike, Under Armour, Titlist, Adidas are the brands you start shopping for when school starts. What is it that attracted you to the sport? Was it the older kids playing it, looking so […]

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Brazilian Lemonade & Fresh Salsa {Delicious Summer Sides Dishes}

This post was written by our contributor, Jenny Weller.  Often I plan a meal and then wonder what I should serve with it, especially when I’m hosting a dinner with  friends. Summertime is too busy for me to spend a lot of time over my stove prepping dinner. The thought of spending a lot of […]

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Hello Shirt

Well, HELLO, beautiful!!! We are waving goodbye to all of the fun summer memories that we made with family and friends, and we’re saying HELLO to the smell of autumn in the air and everything that comes along with the changing of the seasons. One of the most exciting things about this time of the year is […]

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Change is Possible

This post was written by our contributor, Alyssa Craig. For more healthy lifestyle tips, visit her blog at  What can you do to make change a reality? Here are just five suggestions.  1. Start small: The worst thing you can do when trying to make a big change in your life is biting off more than […]

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Back to School with Principal Royer

Today kids filed through the hallways of Harold B. Lee Elementary in Dayton, Idaho for the first day back to school. Some children may have been nervous, others excited. They met new teachers in their new classrooms, and they maybe even met new friends. After being away all summer, it’s time for the routine of […]

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Video: Back to School with Principal Royer

Yellow buses will drop hundreds of children off at Harold B. Lee Elementary tomorrow, August 19th, for the first day of school. With the start of a new school year, we thought it was time to hear from someone in the school system who makes a difference in the lives of our kids. Meet MeLinda […]

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Grilling 101

Grilling can be a lot of fun (especially during the summer months), but it can be intimidating if you’re not sure what you’re doing. Here at Sharing Shine, we’ve compiled a few tips for the person who might be fairly new at using their grill. We’ll call it Grilling 101. You will be ready to […]

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Watermelon Welcome Mat

We’re not ready to see summer go yet, so we’re hanging tight to its lingering days with this fun DIY! Your front door is one of the first things people see when visiting your home. Why not make your guests feel even more welcomed by adding a delightful welcome mat?  In this tutorial, we will show you […]

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