We've all seen it on Instagram. The wife pans the camera over to show her husband and he rolls his eyes and acts too cool for whatever she is doing or saying. She laughs it off and I feel uncomfy. Here is the deal. I'm not judging those husbands. Instagram just may not be their thing and that's totally fine. (Ok... maybe I kinda am. Even if it's not their favorite thing they don't need to be fussy about it.)
a companion piece to the latest episode of Q.MORE Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Listen Online Listen on Stitcher Putting my personal beliefs and opinions out into the public sphere and dealing with negative feedback is part of my job, but also part of what I feel is my purpose. There is a significant part of my patriarchal blessing that specifically talks about the importance of sharing my thoughts and ideas with the women of the Church.
Representation matters. Today I am honored to feature the BYU 2018 Martin Luther King Day Student Essay Contest winner, “The Black Cain in White Garments,” by Melodie Jackson. We still have work to do to end racism in our LDS community. LISTENING to the words and learning from the experiences of our Black sisters is a great way to start. The contest essay prompt: June 8, 2018 will mark the 40th Anniversary of the LDS Church’s historic revelation restoring priesthood and
I don't think I can express to you how honored I am to share this piece on Q.NOOR's blog. I named this company Q.NOOR, meaning Queen of Light, because my mom always taught me that I was a queen-in-training. My desire to learn about my fellow queens-in-training and women of God, both Mother and Father, has grown so strong in the last few years of my life. Amber has truly offered us a gift in this piece, Crowned in Charity
Clothes are fun, but knowledge is freaking forever! Check out this little list of rad book recommendations for the women in your life. There is one shirt, because like I said, clothes are fun. Nevertheless, She Persisted The sweetest children's book sharing the stories of strong women. In the Company of Women A BEAUTIFUL coffee table book sharing the stories of women in business. At the Pulpit A group of talks given by women in the church and