Today wraps up the week of Spiritual upliftment and inspiration from our Boot Camp team!
Have you been following along?
In case you missed any of this week's posts, don't worry: I've listed them here for you!
DAY 1 started with me talking about how we teach our children about the Spirit and bring Jesus into our daily routine at home. Check it out HERE for 5 simple tips that can make a world of difference.
DAY 2 we jumped over to Jessica Poe at Jessica-Poe.com for tips on fortifying our homes. Read along HERE.
DAY 3 Judith Kester pumped us up to prepare for Spiritual Attack with her post on our best eternal weapons. You can read her post HERE.
DAY 4 we had some awesome real talk from Pamela and Scott of That Mormon Couple. They shared their tips for strengthening an eternal marriage (or really ANY relationship that you want to last long-term). Check it out HERE.
and last, but certainly not least, was TODAY'S post from Lita Loves.
DAY 5 is a boosting post of motivation on the strength that comes as we simply love and serve others. See what Ashley has to say on her inspired post HERE.
I feel so grateful to be included with this group of strong and spiritual bloggers. Meeting them online through this project was really great and made my week so uplifting! I feel like I've definitely made new friends.
To keep up with all of us during the rest of the year, follow along on INSTA:
@Pineapple.Snow (my account for all things Alston family and our etsy shop)
@JudithKester (LDS family and lifestyle blogger in Sacramento, CA)
@ThatMormonCouple (Pamela & Scott MacDonald and their ADORABLE family. They lead with light and put their best faith forward. Such an inspiration and super cute to look at.)
@Lita17 (Ashley is such a breath of fresh air. Her blog is real and fun. Plus she talks about desserts all the time. ALL. THE. TIME. Who doesn't love desserts?)
@Jessica_PoePoe (LDS mama and all about family. Her thoughts brighten up my day!)
I really hope we can make Boot Camp a yearly thing. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this week and what stood out to you most! And above all, we hope that this week has brought an increase of the Savior and his spirit into your home. For more information on Jesus Christ and his love for us, visit LDS.org, and I highly recommend THIS article from the Liahona magazine, January issue.
"When we understand everything the Savior does for us, He becomes the most important person in our lives."
Have a happy weekend, and may the love of our Savior elevate your every day!