Monthly Archives: July 2018

Utah Waldorf Conference Aug. 10-11

Announcing the 2018 Utah Waldorf Conference! I’m so excited about this conference my friend Krystelle is hosting in August. Read and comment below if you are interested in entering a random drawing for a giveaway of a two-day ticket, valued … Continue reading

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Countdown to Pioneer Day Story #1: Pioneering the Gospel in Austria

I got to attend this a-MAAAZ-ing family reunion a few days ago here in Utah, for my mother-in-law’s branch of the family tree, the Hiltons. The photo above shows just one branch of the branches. Perhaps I will share more … Continue reading

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Upcoming Online Summit About Hope With Autism!

Can autism be healed? Is there hope for improving symptoms of autism? I’d like to introduce you to Julie Matthews, who has researched these topics and will be sharing what she’s found online in a few weeks! I am thrilled … Continue reading

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Going Deeper with the Carol Tuttle Four Energy Types

I learned about Carol Tuttle’s Energy Profliling System┬áseveral years ago. I got to hear her speak at a Moms’ Retreat which was tons of fun. I’ve enjoyed learning about it, AND I’ve been frustrated that certain people in my life … Continue reading

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LEMI Training: or How to Homeschool Teens

  Last week I attended this thing called LEMI Training in Salt Lake City, UT. LEMI stands for Leadership Education Mentoring Institute. The purpose of LEMI is to train homescool parents on how to mentor youth to achieve scholar phase. … Continue reading

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55% off Tuttle Twins Books About Liberty

Have you ever wanted a series of books to help your children understand liberty and the reason why we celebrate Independence Day? The Tuttle Twins books fit the bill. The author, Connor Boyack, wrote the Tuttle Twins series of books … Continue reading

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Story for Independence Day: Grandpa Max’s Flag

  Here’s a great story to read for Independence Day to your kids. It’s called “Grandpa Max’s Flag,” by Peggy Epstein. This story tells of what it’s like to live in a land where people don’t have the liberty we … Continue reading

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