On Changing Your Perspective:
Three Magic Words to Overcome Overwhelm I might have shared this before, but came across it again and I love the attitude adjustment. I know that when I find myself feeling overwhelmed with the housework, if I set the timer for ten minutes and get to work, I get the momentum to work until it's finished. I also have found that just starting a good BYU Devotional or a podcast while I start my work keeps me motivated to work the entire time it lasts.
And via my friend Carrie, the thing in your head that might change everything. I needed this one, particularly since Benji's sleeping habits have been so poor the last few months.
On the Health Effects of Having a Lot of Kids:
More kids, Longer Life? (I found similar things when I researched this topic a few years ago).
And absolutely Inspiring:An Amazing Man:
The Dutch Potato Project (I LOVED this -- get a tissue handy):
The Provo City Center Temple on a snowy day last month. I was able to tour it last week for the open house. The Open House goes on until March 20th, so be sure and visit if you can. It's such a beautiful building with a powerful, peaceful spirit.
And have you heard the story of this painting that survived the fire? Amazing!