Love this little gem of a book! Every page is filled with “everyday MOMents” that mothers in all stages and ages of life could relate to. From “white laundry” to “weeds and wildflowers,” Jessica’s meaningful essays highlight aspects of motherhood and shows how God is in the details of everyday family life. She also offers a FREE […]
Book review of A Princess Story by Jaci Wightman. If you love fairy tales but still believe you have to work hard for your own happy ending? Then you’ll love all the analogies Author Jaci Wightman weaves together into her newest book, A Princess Story. As an author myself, and someone who writes about and […]
As mentioned on KSL’s Studio 5, I’m a co-host for the on-line radio show — www.fromthelivingroom.com — Check us out and discover FREE inspirational podcasts to uplift and inspire! For the holidays, you’re sure to enjoy our shows — Defined by Divinity — The Exceptional Gift of Self — and Living in the Season.
THE GIVING LIST is inspired by my good friend’s 11-year-old daughter, who, instead of making a list of toys she wanted from Santa, she made a list of things she wanted to GIVE. On her list were things like…I want to help animals. I want to feed hungry kids. I’d like to make bookmarks for […]
Check out my Studio 5 segment on KSL’s Channel 5 on “Volunteering at your Library, Hospital, and Food Bank.” http://studio5.ksl.com/?nid=71&sid=36724240 Also, check out two of my favorite shows “Choose to be Amused” and “Seeing Your Spouse” from The Living Room Show, our value-based radio show with seven women in different ages and stages of life dishing on life, love, […]
Download our NEWEST SHOW from “The Living Room” — Struggling to really “see your spouse” and love them for who they are? Join us for today’s show as we explore WHY we loose site of the one we love and how we can see them in 20/20 again. We will help you remember all the wonderful […]
Transitioning back to school can be hard! Some parents cheer at the sight of backpacks, school lunches, and homework and burst into a hallelujah chorus in the carpool line. But for others—like me—kids in the classroom, at least in the beginning weeks, means a quiet and empty house that hums a varied rendition of back-to-school-blues. If […]