If you click on my “Testimonials” tab, you’ll notice that it’s a blank page. Ha! That’s because I don’t have any official “satisfied customers” besides my husband and kids who have learned that I usually know what they need when something is “off” with them. God told me when I was a teenager that one […]Continue Reading... 22 Comments.
As a teenager living in Massachusetts I reached a point in my spiritual progress where I felt stagnant. I enjoyed going to church each week and attending youth activities, I had learned to love the scriptures, I prayed and had a strong relationship with God, but I felt ravenous. I was no longer content just […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
Almost a year ago, I attended the AZ Whole-istic Living Conference. While there, I attended a class about the mood-boosting supplement Q96. It was taught by the husband of Autumn Stringam, a woman who has a remarkable story. After suffering with severe bipolar disorder, being hospitalized multiple times, and being suicidal off and on for […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.
For several years now I have been thinking a lot (i.e. obsessing) about food. What foods I should or shouldn’t eat, how they should be eaten (raw, steamed, soaked, sprouted, etc. etc. etc.). In this age of information, it is easy to find advice about nutrition. I have spent over a decade learning about nutrition […]Continue Reading... 7 Comments.
This morning I was sitting in my backyard, soaking up some of the early-morning sunshine and reading, and I came upon this scripture: Now they, after being sanctified by the Holy Ghost, having their garments made white, being pure and spotless before God, could not look upon sin save it were with abhorrence; and there […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
When I was about sixteen, the Stake Patriarch declared to me that there would come a time when God would “protect me from the vicissitudes of this life” and that I would “understand what it means to run and not be weary and walk and not faint.” As you might imagine, that is something I […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.