How Do You Spend Your Time?

photo source Many of the things I do in my downtime are a means to “escape reality”. I watch countless episodes of crime investigation shows on Netflix, read books about fantasy and romance, or scroll through Instagram. I do these things to give myself a “break” from life, but in actuality, they cause me more […]

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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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Is There An Emoji For That? (In Which I Try To Explain My Relationship With Depression)

I’m having a hard time. It’s a Tuesday afternoon and my feelings are getting the better of me. My work schedule is one that provides me with Tuesday and Thursday afternoons off, which usually is great. I can fill that time with other things, like hair and makeup clients, errands, or housework. Even though those […]

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Scotland Travel Log

Scotland- the land of rolling green hills, quaint towns, bagpipes, and castles. It is a place unlike any other, with thick Scottish accents echoing in the streets and strong diversity between cities and the countryside. While there are many wonderful places to visit, these are some of my favorite attractions when visiting Scotland: Edinburgh Castle […]

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Easier for Your Brain

“Back-to-school” season is in full swing, and I think it’s time to revive an old post. While you’re shopping for a “first-day” outfit and ordering essentials on Amazon, take a moment to add these habits to your cart!   5 R’s to Make School Easier for Your Brain    Repetition Memorization follows repetition. When we […]

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