Life is a

Grand Adventure

Eric Isaacson

Building a Mountain Bike Trail at Eagle Park

It was actually spring in Rexburg, Idaho. With the snow melted, we took to the streets. The kids and I went for rides every chance we got. We’d discovered some fun little spots at the Nature Park only about a mile away from our house so that became a favorite route.

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Eric Isaacson

Mini Caramel Apple Candies

One year, I bought way too many green apple frooties for an expo. I couldn’t even give them all away at Halloween. After weeks of snacking on them at work, it hit me. I needed caramel. Then I came up with these little delights which, to me, are what I always want real caramel apples to taste like.

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Eric Isaacson

Pearamel Crumble

How many times have you made an apple pie, apple crisp, or apple cobbler just to feel like your apples are not as soft as you’d like them to be. Pearamel Crumble is what you always wanted your apple crumble to be.

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Eric Isaacson

Love His Children

This is a talk I was asked to give in an LDS Sacrament Meeting on Mother’s Day 2017.  Last time I spoke in this ward was on Easter Sunday a few years ago. I talked of one of the Savior’s final lessons before the Atonement when he taught, “As I

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Wake Up
Eric Isaacson

7 Habits & Tricks to Wake You Up in the Morning

The effectiveness of your whole day can pivot on your morning routine, yet so many of us struggle to simply wake up. There’s a lot of reasons that rolling out of bed can be difficult and a lot of other tricks people have invented to be able to do it,

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Eric Isaacson

Chocolate Peanut Butter Weight Gain Shake

Not everybody needs to lose weight and for those that don’t, it can be a real struggle to gain weight in a healthy way. This shake, coupled with plenty of activity and exercise will start your days off in a healthy way and help you pack on some real weight.

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Eric Isaacson

Hate is Hate and That’s Not US

I’ve been avoiding saying much politically since the election. I know that friends and family who feared Donald Trump as much or more than I feared Hillary Clinton are hurting and scared right now. I’ve watched in pain as I’ve read post after post, sometimes reading the hundred or so

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Eric Isaacson

194 Outdoor Things to Do Near Rexburg, Idaho

There’s plenty to do near Rexburg if you know where to look. FreeArenas.com is determined to help you know where you can play without breaking the bank. Whether you swim, hike, mountain bike, rock climb, or really do anything else outside, there are currently 101 FREE locations listed within 50

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Eric Isaacson

Verbal Terrorism and Raspberry Jam

Terrorism has long been understood to be the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political, religious, or ideological goals. It typically involves acts such as bombings, fires, and other mass killings. When the World Trade Center was hit in 2001, we were all counseled not to let fear overcome

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