Hesitant about hugging? Reagan shows us the ‘dance hug’

Good Things Utah
  • On the second hour of GTU this morning – Feel worried about hugging with COVID-19? Reagan shows us her ‘dance hug’ – we think this one is going to catch on big time!
  • Plus, actress Susan Sarandon is talking about who she wants to be dating: ‘Male, female, age doesn’t matter’. “I’m forever hopeful, but not desperate,” Sarandon said in a new People interview. “I would like to have a travel companion, male, female, age doesn’t matter,” the actor, 74, recently told People, “but I would like to find someone who’s up for an adventure kind of attitude. And also, who cares about something passionately and who loves what they do, whatever that is.”
  • And Blake Shelton has had a lot of explaining to do about the short guest list for his wedding to Gwen Stefani. Shelton and Stefani tied the knot on July 3 at the country singer’s Tishomingo, Oklahoma, ranch in an intimate ceremony attended by a group of 40 family members and close friends. And as it turns out, the couple has heard an earful from friends who weren’t invited to the event. “I’ve had awkward conversations with so many of my friends. ‘Oh, oh, yeah. I read about that. How was that?’ Listen, we kept it small, get over it. That’s not about you. So, there’s a lot of them,” Shelton explained to SiriusXM’s Storme Warren.
  • Also, with the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic continuing from 2020 to 2021, Disneyland has made some significant changes this year, including canceling its annual pass program in January and introducing a new tiered ticket-pricing system when it reopened in April. Now, the California Disney park has announced new reservation-based annual passes as part of its Magic Key Program that kicks off on Aug. 25, 2021. Surae tells us what the new program entails.
  • Finally, as we get older, many of us are doing our best to eat a healthy diet. Getting the right vitamins and nutrients every day can not only help you feel your best, but also help you live longer. If you’re taking supplements, though, things can get a little tricky. According to health experts, more isn’t always better when it comes to certain nutrients. In fact, taking too much vitamin A has been shown to cause a slew of health problems. Reagan tells us what to watch out for.
  • And in our GTU Parenting Moment, as children get older there are things that parents should begin to discuss with them. By the time they reach their teenage years, it’s imperative that certain topics are talked about openly and honestly. One of the problems today is that teens are often filled with misinformation. Ignorance can lead to horrible life decisions and mistakes. Parents are responsible for arming their children with the knowledge that they need. It is imperative that they learn specific things at home, from people that they trust and want the best for them. Here are ten topics you must discuss with your teens. https://www.moms.com/teen-parent-important-talks-topics-issues/
  • Hope you join us for these Hot Topics and so much more on GTU Hour 2.

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