I joke with people about my personal life failure rate all the time… People make few BIG life choices. Things like marriage, buying a house, going to graduate school… Well, I did all three of those and failed miserably the first time. This is the story of what happened with law school. Life before Law […]
Setting up Parental Controls for Your Kids
As a parent, keeping our children safe online is one of the most important things we can do. With the increasing amount of time children spend on the internet, it’s essential to have the right tools and knowledge to protect them from potential dangers. Setting parental controls can be overwhelming and confusing for many parents, […]
Protecting Your Kids on Their Devices
These slides were for a presentation I gave on what to monitor when it comes to technology in today’s digital age. Not going to lie; there is a lot to do. Parents have a tough job setting this up and then continuing to monitor it all, but it is possible. NOT doing anything is the […]
Startup Book Reading List
So with this new SaaS startup I’m working on, I’ve been reading a bunch of books, and I plan on reading a bunch more. Even started an event with the local startup group here in town called “ReadUp” where we will read one book per month and discuss it. Let me know if I should […]
Family History Activity Sheets for Kids and Families
These sheets have been created to help kids and families find ways to participate in working on family history. These can be freely distributed; no attribution is necessary. Please use them however you see fit to best promote family history. Family History Activity Sheets Downloadable PDFs
What to do for Mother’s Day at Church?
When it comes to celebrating Mother’s Day with a congregation of people, it can become very difficult to make sure everyone is happy. There are a number of different reasons why this is a sensitive holiday for some: Infertility Death of a child Lost child Loss of a Mother Unmarried And sometimes traditional “gifts” for […]
The Best Places to Find a Technical Co-Founder
When creating a technology startup, one of the hardest parts for many non-technical founders is finding a technical co-founder. Technical co-founders can sometimes seem like unicorns, do they really exist?? Are they out there?? And where do they hide?? General Characteristics to Know About Technical People Generally speaking, and I know these can be seen […]
Are you Master or Servant to your Device?
“Handheld devices, such as smartphones, are a blessing, but they can also distract us from hearing the “still, small voice.” They need to be our servants, not our masters. For example, if later tonight you share inspiring thoughts from this devotional on social media, your smartphone is a servant. If you randomly surf the Internet, […]
New Year, New Family History Habits!
I wrote these up when coming up with the January Family History Activities sheet… This was the initial draft that just ended up having way too much content for a one-page activity sheet for kids. So here’s the longer version! Ten Ways to Do More Family History this Year Set the Family Tree app as […]
10 Commandments of Good Sportsmanship
My son is in the Golden Knights Youth Hockey program and his awesome coach was sending these out to the kids one per week and I am obsessed with them. His coach said that they came from a hockey magazine he has, but didn’t know who wrote them. I scoured the internet for these 10 […]