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Mothers Who Knew

My life recently changed drastically when my little baby girl was born. I have always wanted to be a mother—I think that’s just naturally ingrained in us women. Since I was a teenager I was always super impressed by the mothers of the stripling warriors: 47 Now they never had fought, yet they did not […]

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Compassion for Those Around Us

I tend to think of myself as a pretty empathetic person. When people start crying, I can’t help but cry, too—even if I’m not feeling the emotions as strongly as them. Tonight as we watched a wildlife video and saw killer whales attacking and killing a baby grey whale as his mother tried to protect […]

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Falling Back in Love With School

The new school year could be starting as soon as in a matter of weeks for you! Nothing beats back to school shopping (even as an adult), but a new school year brings intense anxiety. Take some time to cultivate these habits to make this upcoming and future school years one of positive growth. Here […]

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Caught on Trend: Back-to-School

As back-to-school season kicks off, what’s on your list? While you definitely need the essentials to get your homework done, I’m sure there are other things on your mind like “WHAT WILL I WEAR?” Don’t worry. I’ve rounded up some of the top 2018 “Back-to-School” trends to make sure you’re getting A’s on street-style. Rhea’s […]

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Be Like A Pineapple: Part 3 “Be Sweet”

This blog post is the third installment of a 3-part series that I am calling “Be A Pineapple: Stand Tall, Wear A Crown, and Be Sweet.” Each installment has been posted monthly, for 3 months. Be Sweet If you’ve ever tasted a pineapple, you know how sweet they are! They almost taste like candy, and […]

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Not To-Do List—Pencil It In

When planning out your week, you may have your normal work schedule, an appointment on Tuesday, and movies on Saturday—but do you ever schedule in time to be happy? Now I don’t think just penciling in “be happy” at 8:45 am on Thursday will add to your happiness. Instead consider what things make you happy. […]

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I Am A Child of God

There are many things that I wish I would have known when I was younger, most importantly, the simple truth that I was a child of God. However, life being the adventure that it is, that was one of the lessons I learned the hard way. Which is why, in hopes of passing on some […]

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Small and Simple

Sometimes it can be easy to get caught up in the “big” things in life. I can think of several times in my life where either I or someone I know has said something along the lines of, “I just want to be done with school, move out of my parents house, and have a […]

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Why You Should Watch the “Be One” Event

June 1st was the 40th anniversary of the revelation that extended priesthood ordination to all men and priesthood covenants to all worthy members of the Church. Prior to this revelation, those of African descent were banned from these blessings. I know that for many my age, this Church policy has been a struggle and testimony […]

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Improve Your Public Speaking

Taking a public speaking class. Working as a radio and television anchor and reporter. Enrolling in a persuasive writing. These were by far the most painful growing pains I endured, and yet, they were the most freeing because I found my voice and realized I can do hard things. Brigham Young University professor Steve Fidel […]

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