Relationship Connection: How do we work with different time management styles in marriage?

Question I need help addressing one of the troublesome differences between time management styles in a marriage. I’m a go-getter/pre-planner, do-in-advance sort of person. My husband has a laid-back/ procrastinator/put-off-till-tomorrow-what-you-don’t-want-to-do-today type of management style. It is a frustration to both of us, especially if we have a community or church job that we do together. […]
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Experience the history of WWII by joining SUU’s ‘Fortress Europe: The Final Victory’ tour

CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Adults who love to travel and enjoy history are invited to join Southern Utah University’s Community on the Go global travel program for the “Fortress Europe: The Final Victory” tour. With expert trip leaders former SUU president Scott Wyatt, former SUU Board of Trustees chair Gayle Pollock and SUU professor of library […]
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Wildfire near Bryce Canyon spreads southwest, prompts evacuation recommendation

ST. GEORGE —Residents of Bryce Woodlands Estates received evacuation orders Tuesday as the Left Fork Fire progressed southwest. In a Facebook post, Kane County Emergency Services – the Color Country Type 3 Incident Management Team that took command of operations Monday – recommended the evacuation after the fire crossed firelines at the southwest corner. Kane […]
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‘A fun time for everybody’: 10th annual Summit Rock Hunt concludes with $32,500 in cash given away

ST. GEORGE — Summit Athletic Club and Canyon Media have concluded another successful year of the Summit Rock Hunt, getting people moving and giving away cash. “The Summit Rock Hunt is a big ‘thank you’ to the community for continuing to support Summit,” Summit general manager Cally Peterson said. “We like to give back, and […]
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