INSPIRATION

Be a Little Braver

This weekend I had Stake Conference and I wanted to go to the Saturday night meeting but I had a lot on my plate this weekend, like moving and putting away literally everything I own, finding someone to watch my girls, and fighting sheer exhaustion from said move. But I know there are blessing that […]

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Three Tips for Being a Better Friend

There’s one thing everyone of us wants and needs, and there are no substitutes for it. What we want doesn’t come overnight, and sometimes she doesn’t come in the way we expect either, but this one thing can change our lives forever — a good friend. In my experience, some of my most treasured friends […]

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The Gospel of Work

A couple weeks ago we had a relief society lesson on self sufficiency and learning to love to work and I can’t stop thinking about it. We discussed this quote by President Hinckley: “I believe in the gospel of work. There is no substitute under the heavens for productive labor. It is the process by […]

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What to Do When You’ve Fallen Off the Wagon

The month of July was great for a lot of reasons — we had lots of family and friends in town to visit, we started (and have almost completed!) a huge renovation on our house, we spent lots of time outside hiking and playing, and I’m not exaggerating when I say I really haven’t cooked […]

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Positive Self Talk

When I was in High School, I remember looking in the mirror first thing in the morning and pointing out all of my flaws. Things like, “are you kidding me with that zit!? I wish my hair were thicker. I’m getting flabby ‘teacher arms’, oh no!!” So many people, especially girls, have a hard time […]

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