Season 12 kicked off with our theme of "More," and we're bringing you more of what you've asked for. One viewer wrote in and asked for "more one on one time with my children." Trend Tracker Mindy Dunyon shares some Netflix shows you can binge with your daughters. Photo credit: shutterstock.com
He's an international pop star with Utah roots. Moms and teens alike are big fans, and we're excited to catch up with him! David Archuleta shares details on his new album and plays a game we're calling Who is Your Musical Match.
You remember press on nails, right? Well those temporary tips are back in a big way, and you've got to get your fingers on a set. Megan Moore shares how they're different, and which ones to give a try.
Opulence, the look of wealth and luxury, is trending right now. But if you're not an over the top person, you can pull this off in a minimalist way. Trend Tracker Mindy Dunyon shares tips on how to make this trend work, from beauty to home decor.
Our growing Love List is a comprehensive collection of the things we've found fun, pretty, or useful. Solo cup lids are a real game changer. Snap one on to any plastic solo cup, stick in a straw, and go about your busy day! Get a 600 pack at Costco for $22.
This season, we're trying something new when it comes to fitness. Think...our own personal trainer, at your home! Melanie Douglass shares her experience helping viewer Suzanne with her health goals, and how you can be next.
There are a lot of parenting strategies out there. Some work and some don't, so make it easier on yourself and throw out the bad ones. Dr. Matt Townsend shares which parenting beliefs should stay and which should go.
We're taking party decor to new heights with this idea. It's easy, cheap, and uses up some of your random craft supplies! Sarah Freeman shares how to make Polish chandeliers out of pom poms, straws, and tissue paper.
You don't have to fork out a ton of money to make a pretty holiday tablescape. There are more inexpensive alternatives that still give off an expensive feel. Meagan Macievic shares how you can make your table pretty on a tight budget.
Cotton stems are one of the hottest home decor accessories right now. The natural feel they bring into a space make them a go to choice. Chelsey McNeil shares how you can DIY these at home with paper and cotton balls!
We live for good girlfriend recommendations. The ladies over at the Instagram page R2Sense have taken this idea to the next level, sharing their favorite products with each other, and their followers. The Boyer sisters share five things they are currently loving.
A lot of focus is on what divides us in our country, or even our families. But one man is aiming to find what connects us. Author Jason Wright shares how his Giving a Lift project helped him, and now helps us, change the way we look at others.
It's our monthly collection of things you've got to see, taste and try. We're rolling out the November Hit List with a fun batch of ideas. Natalie Hill Jensen shares five things you'll want to make sure and check out this month.
Patches aren't just a fashion statement anymore. They are cropping up in the craft room with all sorts of fun applications. Megan Hoeppner shares how to implement this trend in your own crafting adventures.
Social media apps centered around music are blowing up in popularity. So what do you need to know about these apps before your kids start using them? Amy Iverson shares details on Musical.ly, and some guidelines to keep in mind.
Everyone loves Thanksgiving. Good food, good company, what's not to like? But if you feel like the actual day is lacking a fun factor, you're not alone. Heather Johnson shares fun activities that will take Thanksgiving day to the next level.
Trends come and go, and some come around again. Macrame is a popular decor choice these days, and you can make it extra special by knotting it yourself! Ella Kent shares an easy way for beginners to learn this fun art form.
Jeans are an easy go to, but there are other pants out there! There are so many cuts and styles, but it's hard to know which ones will look good on you. Emily McCormick shares which styles will look good on which body types.
A great way to express your gratitude for friends and neighbors is a cute gift. Take one as a guest, or give them as a hostess. Celeste Whitney shares some easy, creative ideas for holiday neighbor gifts.
Three influential people in our community are coming together to help us start the longest, loudest thank you note ever. Governor Gary Herbert joins us for the Studio 5 Thank You Chain, and shares who he'll send his note to.