Weeds: Hope Versus Despair

Easter is coming soon and we are thrilled to be a part of the Easter initiative the LDS Church is producing. We encourage you to ponder upon the Savior and all he has done for us. He is our Prince of Peace and if we follow him and have hope we will receive the promise of Eternal Life. Here are some of my thoughts during this special time of year. 

Do you ever overly ponder and analyze the experiences you have in your life to try and figure out why something has happened? I sure do! I pick apart the nitty-gritty details. I’m also the type of person who uses analogies to better understand hard things. The story I’m about to share has helped me understand hope versus despair.

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Picture My Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Picture My IBS initiative, however, all experiences are my own and may not be representative of everyone’s experience.”

Do you mind if we have an online therapy session? I want to talk about something personal and at times scary. Having Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) the last five years has been a struggle. It’s embarrassing, life changing, and exhausting. I don’t talk much about it to anyone because of the nature of the disease and I don’t want to make anyone feel uncomfortable, but I feel a need to share some of what I experience so I can talk to others who might suffer or educate those who don’t have any experience with IBS.

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The Gift of Time

I have been compensated by Sundown Naturals® and Pollinate Media Group® for this post as part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Sundown Naturals® but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #GoodnessGiveaway #sharethegoodness http://my-disclosur.es/OBstV   


The Gift of Time

I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard others say, “I wish I had more time in my day”. Knowing me, if I had more time I would just fill it up with more unnecessary things. We all have busy lives full of important priorities and less important distractions, but is two more hours in our day the answer to getting more done? I don’t think so anymore. Here’s why:

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May – Mental Health Month

May is National Mental Health

Hello Friends, 

There are so many people who struggle with mental illness and our family has been hit in a big way by the effects of it. Our son and brother, Jeremy, suffered with Bi-Polar Depression and eventually took his life. You can read our story here. We want to support and help those who are facing issues and feelings like Jeremy did. 


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