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Jennifer Booth
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K guys... Kumquat needs your votes! Prove your love for us by clicking on over and voting for the cutest baby EVER!

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The Up & Coming Designers Show of #UtahFashionWeek  ​Spring 2016 was by far the longest, with a line up featuring twelve designers - but the diversity in each collection made it well worth it! Check out photos and a review of each collection - plus an interview with featured designer Anna Gregory of Clever Couture​ with the scoop on her new brand! It's all on the blog this morning (finally!) -- http://www.mommyandkumquat.com/2016/03/ufw-spring-2016-part-2-up-coming.html

#ufw   #ufw2016   #ufw16   #ufwspring2016   #utahfashionweek2016   #fashionweek   #runway   #runwayshow   #fashion   #fashionblogger   #fashionnews   #fashionblog    #utah   #utahblogger   #utahfashionblogger   #saltlakecity   #utahfashion   #utahstyle   #clevercouture   #fashiondesign   #fashiondesigner   #fashionshow   #springfashionweek   #springfashionweek2016   #fashionweek2016   #couture   #daywear   #bridal   #bridalfashion   #styleblogger   #styleblog   #utahstyleblog   #stylenews  

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If you missed out on @utahfashionweek last weekend, you can find full coverage of each event on the blog this week, beginning today with an overview of the events and a full line up from each show -- http://bit.ly/utah-fashion-week-spring-2016-overview

Photos from each collection + reviews coming up later this week as well, so stay tuned!

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If you missed out on @utahfashionweek last weekend, you can find full coverage of each event on the blog this week, beginning today with an overview of the events and a full line up from each show -- http://bit.ly/utah-fashion-week-spring-2016-overview

Photos from each collection + reviews coming up later this week as well, so stay tuned!

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Now that the holidays are over, cabin fever is starting to set in. Check out this list for ten kid-friendly fun-but-educational (well, mostly) adventures to have in northern Utah to help them burn off some of that energy and keep everyone sane until the snow melts (plus, till-now-unposted photos from Kumquat's first birthday!) -- http://www.mommyandkumquat.com/2016/01/kid-friendly-utah-winter-activities.html

#utah   #saltlakecity   #utahfun   #adventures  #winter #winterbucketlist #bucketlist #adventures #utahadventures #thingstodo #thingstodoinutah #kidactivities #toddler #firstbirthday #oneyearold #babygirl #toddlergirl #fairyprincess #cakesmash #educationalactivities #funstufftodoinutah #kidfriendly

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With +Sundance Institute | Film Festival  coming up, movie enthusiasts from all over the world will soon be flocking to #ParkCity. Before hitting our snow packed streets, brush up on winter driving basics with these three tips from a local Parkite (plus find more at bit.ly/winterdrivingdosanddonts). 

1. DO drive slowly
I’d like to think that this one falls under the DUH category, but I’ve seen plenty of cars fly off the road recently just because they were driving too fast. If it’s snowing – even if the road looks clear – slow your ass down. There are a lot of hills and mountain passes up here, and you never know when you’re going to zip over the top to find the other side packed with snow. The lower your speed, the less likely you are to slide – and if you do slide, it’s much easier to maintain control if you’re going 45mph or less (depending on conditions). More speed also equates to more damage to your vehicle and its occupants in an accident. It’s SCIENCE.

2. DON’T slam on your brakes
When you hit a slushy patch or start to slide, your first instinct is probably going to be to slam on your brakes – but as soon as those tires stop spinning, you lose control of the vehicle.

If your car is equipped with an anti-lock breaking system, you can step on the brake as you normally would (NOT slam, step. Slowly.). The ABS is supposed to prevent your wheels from locking up (which would cause a skid); most newer cars come standard with such a system, but check your car's owner manual to be certain. If you drive an older vehicle that doesn't have ABS, you should pump your brakes (tap, release, tap, release, tap, etc.).

If you drive a stick shift or have a manual mode option, try downshifting to reduce your speed instead of braking. It's the perfect alternative for slowing down when you're not in imminent danger (i.e. flying toward a light post or another vehicle - these would be situations for braking).

3. DO keep the defrost on
This is probably one of the first buttons you hit when you slide into your frozen car, but eventually it gets shut off – allowing the windshield to get cold and fog up again (it’s cold outside, and your windshield is in constant, direct contact with that cold, so yes, it’s going to get cold again, even if your car is an oven). Keeping the defrost on will help improve your visibility, which is kind of necessary when it’s dark and scary and stormy outside.


#parkcity   #utah   #winter   #winterweather   #winterdriving   #driving   #drivingtips   #tips   #winterdrivingtips   #drivingdosanddonts   #sundance   #sundancefilmfestival   #sundance2016   #parkcityutah   #parkcityut   #beUTAHful  

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So glad my hair is finally long enough to do something like this with!

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