Morning Routine

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Jan

My Morning Ritual that Transformed My Life

  Hi.  I’m Shelly.  And I’m a human.  Being a human is complicated.  As a human, I experience a wide range of emotion.  I get to experience joy and peace and love.  But I also have a lot of weaknesses and fears, and those can be painful. I also have strengths that I am trying...
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I recorded some videos for my Instagram stories with the details about my morning routine so I thought I would post those here as well in case anyone wanted to see/hear me talk about my morning routine in addition to reading about it on my blog posts.  

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The Temple: Staying Close to the Lord

A few days ago I was asked by a member of my Relief Society presidency to prepare to share a few thoughts during our upcoming Relief Society lesson.  The lesson is based off of Elder Ronald A. Rasband’s talk, Recommended to the Lord and the question that I have been asked to respond to is...
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Prayer Journaling

About a year and a half ago, I wrote a post about prayer journaling.  I thought I would do another post to give some updates and talk about how it’s going for us. I have been writing in my prayer journal periodically for the past 2 years.  Prayer journaling has changed my relationship (for good)...
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An Ounce of Morning is Worth a Pound of Afternoon

Today marks 5 years since I became a morning person and began doing a personal development routine every morning.  You can learn more about that here. I am so grateful for this daily routine and for how I have been changed for the better because of it. In honor of this momentous occasion, I thought...
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Early Morning Temple

  One of my favorite parts about where I live is that I live so close to a temple. I feel very fortunate to live in a place that is surrounded by temples. My favorite time to go to the temple is early in the morning when it’s still dark outside. There is something symbolic...
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Sheep Unit: He Leadeth Me Beside Still Waters

“Generally speaking, water for the sheep came from three main sources: dew on the grass, deep wells, or springs and streams. Most people are not aware that sheep can go for months on end, especially if the weather is not too hot, without actually drinking, if there is heavy dew on the grass each morning....
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Feel 2018: Taking in the Good Heals and Strengthens my Brain and Spirit

I’m gonna get personal here for a minute.  Haha.  That’s what this blog is, right? … A space where I can share my personal growth journey. I’m an introvert and I’m pretty reserved.  As I have gotten older, I have gotten more comfortable talking to people and I’ve come out of my shell quite a...
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My Morning Ritual that Transformed My Life

  Hi.  I’m Shelly.  And I’m a human.  Being a human is complicated.  As a human, I experience a wide range of emotion.  I get to experience joy and peace and love.  But I also have a lot of weaknesses and fears, and those can be painful. I also have strengths that I am trying...
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The Parable of the Kitchen Counter: Maintaining Cleanliness

My oldest son got baptized on Saturday so we had some family come into town for that big event.  In preparation for all of our guests, I spent a few days last week cleaning and getting our house ready.  Part of that cleaning involved clearing the junk off the counters in the kitchen.  The kitchen...
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Journal Keeping: How Do I Want my Posterity to Remember Me?

  I can’t speak for everyone’s experiences, but all of the funerals that I have ever been to have been really uplifting and inspiring.  When friends and family members give talks during the funeral service, the messages are filled with memories, accolades, praise, beauty, accomplishments, and honor for the deceased person.  And I think that’s...
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