Family Goals (free printable)

My cute husband and I were just talking about how we are in the busiest season of our lives right now. Even though we try to limit our commitments outside the home, we still have lots on our plates these days.  Time passes so quickly, between shuttling kids to activities and our own service and individual projects and interests. that […]

Scripture Sketchnotes: Elijah

I have been wanting to start this series for months and I’m so excited to finally share it with you!  My General Conference sketchnotes have been a big hit and I had so much fun making them that I wanted to start sharing sketchnotes regularly for other gospel topics and scripture stories. First up is a study of Elijah.  I […]

What I’ve Been Reading Lately: June 2017

The past few weeks have been slow in the reading department for me.  I feel like I’ve started and set aside 500 books recently because they just didn’t capture my attention.  These are the four I managed to finish and I have a bunch half-finished which most likely means I’ll have a big list for you next month.  What have […]

Quick Tips for Raising Happy Hikers

We are a hiking family.  We love camping and kayaking and just being outdoors together.  We’ve often said that our family is happiest when we’re outside.  Our kids bicker less and we parents are more in tune and patient.  We’ve been going on adventures with kids for over 12 years now, and we’ve learned a few things along the way. […]

Henri Matisse: Art for Kids

I enjoy teaching kids’ art camps during the summer months.  I generally have a class of 4-7 year olds and a class of 8+ year olds.  Each session is once a week for 4 weeks and I usually have two sessions during the summer. Over the next several weeks, I’ll share what we’re covering in class here in case they […]