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Feeling Spread Too Thin

From Jaxon’s Soccer Game 1-17-09 by Jessawhy Most people find the holidays to be the most stressful time of year. Not me.  Somehow March Madness isn’t about basketball anymore.  The pace of my life...

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Exponent Classics: Womanliness

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’ll be posting some of our favorite pieces each Sunday from the Woman’s Exponent, the first regularly published newspaper for members of the Relief Society written by the sisters...

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producing, creating, parenting

by G I’ve had the most interesting time lately make art with my son.  It started at his insistence and I was merely humoring him. But as we went along, drawing and painting on...

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Sharing Time: a Mother’s Roles

by EmilyCC Phew!  I’m a little worn out from last week’s lesson, so this week’s isn’t quite done yet.  I’ll be putting something from the scriptures in here later. Family Model We have a...

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Mistress of History

by mraynes I once had a boyfriend who told me that women have no history outside of their husbands and children.  I was a young history major at the time and was only just...

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Friday Photo Feature: Susan Barnson-Hayward

By Susan Barnson-Hayward In high school I took a graphic design class that included a unit of photography. I thought it was magical how a little black box, a bit of light, a lens,...

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Guest Post: Turning the hearts of the children

Guest Post by StarFoxy I did not grow up in a feminist household. My parents (read: Dad) are strict conservatives, and would likely even call themselves anti-feminist. But while my Dad doesn’t call himself...