Welcome to my blog. I write about life as a 30-something single LDS woman making my own way in the world. Hope you have a nice stay!
See All in Life + Dating
The time has come to follow in the footsteps of my Pioneer ancestors and make the trek (back) West.
On this Thanksgiving day, I look to past Thanksgiving journal entries (not helpful) and photos (like this tree) to express gratitude for the little things that make my easier.
It’s all about… time.
Oscar fashion only highlights that women still have so far to go in our fight for equality.
See All in Faith
Even though it's not always easy, there's one thing that keeps me committed to the LDS faith.
Missions can be unique experiences, but mine laid a foundation for everything I've accomplished since.
There's a new generation of Mormon women in town.
See All in Career
The Olympics (and life) have me thinking about the cost of ambition - the good, the bad, and the internal ugly.
Because, why should alcohol have all the fun?
Massachusetts is the best place to be sworn in.
See All in Politics
I have mixed emotions on the story of Aziz Ansari, and on feminists in general. Does that make me not a feminist? You'll have to decide.
Roy Moore's nomination is evidence that we still haven't learned to listen to each other.
Is the hype around Wonder Woman about female equality, or female power? Should it matter?
Ever wonder what it would be like to show Thomas Jefferson our modern world?
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What can you do on a 3-day girl's trip to NYC? Turns out, a lot.
Turns out, everybody has limits. I finally found mine.
This weekend there were two major events: the Presidential inauguration and the worldwide Women's March. Here's why I only went to one.