Tis’ The Season

Merry Christmas, from the flipside of single! As the Christmas season is upon us, I am also approaching a year since my exit from the life of a single divorcee. The last year has not been without it's challenges as my wife and I, along with our kids, have mixed and continued adjusting to each [...]


... as many would coin it. Convenient, yet short lived relationships to get one by through the holidays without the total sting of being single. Surely, you're aware that the relationship has an expiration date on it with only the avoidance of being single as the cause and reason behind the relationship. Of course, All [...]

Marriage Isn’t For You

Thought I'd share a blog post here that seems to have gone viral among certain circles. Seth Adam Smith - SethAdamSmith.com Having been married only a year and a half, I’ve recently come to the conclusion that marriage isn’t for me. Now before you start making assumptions, keep reading. I met my wife in high [...]

Dating, Gaston, and My Favorite Love Scenes

by Erin Ann McBride from Meridian Magazine He walked right in like he was walking onto a yacht. He winked at me, but spoke to my friend. Their conversation carried on. She was animated and engaged in what he had to say. I could quickly see she was interested in him. He was tall, with [...]

Survey Results

I know the survey is complete, but based on the comments and the large number of people who answered that they hadn't been to events I certainly hope to continue receiving ongoing comments, suggestions and (most importantly) PARTICIPATION in improving the quality of and attendance to future activities. View the results in this PDF file. [...]

Newsletter Announcement

Adding one more way for you to learn about events for single adults in East Idaho. There are a couple reasons I'm adding a newsletter to the mix of mediums used to keep people informed on what dances, parties, concerts, etc. are going on in the area (neither of which includes me looking for more [...]

3 Keys to Thriving as an LDS Single

by Jonathan Decker originally posted in Meridian Magazine I was raised by parents who were very much in love… and I think it messed me up. Sure, I learned wonderful relationship skills and observed plenty of romance, but that’s just it: I was so enamored with what my parents had that I was actively looking [...]

Mr. Fix-it vs. Mr. Understanding

Sometimes you just have to listen, guys. No matter how obvious and easy the solution seems to you, just listening, empathizing, and understanding may be all she wants you to do.


"If following his advice doesn't work for you, you're not doing it right."

“Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby”

"... let's talk about all the bad things and the good things that may be..." I knew that would get your attention! But seriously, let's talk about it. It's not the dirty three letter word our grandparents and parents considered taboo. And, it's definitely not what society makes it out to be. Truth is, in [...]