In 2017 I was able to see I’d read the whole Book of Mormon. That might seem like a no-brainer thing to keep track of, but I didn’t read the book cover to cover. I began in the middle of Alma and ended in the middle of Alma. Here’s how I keep track of my… Read More How My Mormon Mom Planner Keeps My Scripture Reading On Track
It’s my birthday. No, this isn’t my fourth time turning 29. I’m also not 25 again. In honor of my birthday, I want to discuss something that’s near and dear to my heart – being grateful for our birthdays.
I recently completed the Self-Reliance: Personal Finance course provided by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In this post, I’d like to share a little about my experience. Maybe you’re on the fence about whether to accept the invitation to attend one yourself. Maybe you’ve heard about it but aren’t exactly sure if… Read More My Honest Review of the LDS Self-Reliance: Personal Finance Course
It was my idea. Something fun and different to do as a family. I’d done it once before, when I was nine-years-old, but it had completely creeped me out. I remember sitting in a tube in the murky water, certain something terrible was lurking below the surface waiting to pull me down to a watery… Read More When Life Feels Out of Control Remember This
In the October 2017 General Women’s Session of general conference, Sharon Eubank gave a powerful, energizing talk centered on the following statement from President Spencer W. Kimball about the women of the church: “Much of the major growth that is coming to the Church in the last days will come because many of the good… Read More Your Light Is On – Is It Covered Up?