In February 2013, I heard an inspiring message by Hilary Weeks about the Power of Positive Thoughts. She shared the idea of “Clicking”. “Clicking” is a way of training our minds to focus on and think about the positive. My cute family was in the middle of the Dark Season here in Utah. I ordered […]
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I placed a group order for folks in my neighborhood for these Emergency Preparedness Glow-In-the-Dark Sticks & Necklaces. I have a few leftover that I want to share with you! Each green stick (embedded with a ‘Choose the Right & Shine Bright’ custom Sticker) is 4″ long and is $5. The ice Blue necklace is […]
I wanted to share with y’all a really neat idea for Family Home Evening in your home. My cute dad (a.k.a. Gerald Price) has been working on a Leadership in the Home class through Ricks College, BYU-Idaho, LDS Business College, and now wants to spread the word to FAMILIES! Iron Rod Leadership is a set […]
For a few years we have used this system as a family to write and remember the messages from LDS General Conference. We keep this hanging in the kitchen area year-round. It’s a great reminder of the principles and doctrines the prophet and apostles teach us. It also makes for an easy review for FHE. […]
Hello Folks… Just wanted to let you know I’ve reopened my etsy shop after my summer vacation. Simply Fresh Designs.com has been having technical difficulties due to busier-than-normal traffic. Give it a few days for traffic to settle down and all the downloads should work for you. If it is going extra slow, know it […]
A few months ago I was asked to do a Sharing Station Booth at BYU Women’s Conference. My topic: Creating a Family Emergency Plan. We were Booth #17. I asked two fabulous and willing friends to assist. Thanks Sara & Wendy! We spent 100+ hours planning, researching, and gathering emergency supplies to share ideas with […]
We are heading on a long road trip this summer and I knew that my boys would do much better in the car and at the hotel if they had legos to play with in their spare time. I saw some travel lego boxes made of wooden boxes with hinges (most of which seemed to […]
This summer, we’re going a different route with ‘brain work’ for the kids. My oldest requested a math workbook and that’s all. We’re doing a few book reports. Reading non-fiction encyclopedia-type books that the kids are interested. My newest idea was to work on very basic spelling for each child. My oldest two children are […]
I came across a wonderful quote on theJOYteam.org. With their permission, I am sharing my version of their Jr. Joy Team Manifesto. This is a great print to share with children of all ages to remind them that they are in charge of their own happiness. It is full of positive affirmations that uplift and […]
My darling friend Katie shared an inspiring SFD Nautical Printable on her new site: The Vintage Mother.A few weeks ago I was able to attend a marvelous retreat where we laughed, cried, were nurtured by the Good Word of God, felt of His Holy Spirit, and were surrounded by kindred spirits – women who understood […]