Author: Tevya Washburn

How to Take Back Your Brain From Facebook

Facebook is holding your brain hostage. We all know the truth, we’ve all read the articles. It’s a simple fact: Facebook is bad for us. It gives you FOMO where you gotta see what everyone else is sharing online and makes you miss out on real life all around you. It gives you a false sense that everyone else’s life is better than yours. It loops you into the 24hr news cycle that is one of the most negative influences on our mental state. If you haven’t read the articles, or don’t believe me, take it from Psychology Today, or PsychCentral, who said...

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VidAngel: More Filtered Movies for $1 – A Quick Update of Our Review

Nope, no clickbait Mother’s Day post here. Just an update of my review of VidAngel. That post has quickly become the most viewed post on MLH. Since VidAngel has been hard at work improving their service (they even updated their logo since then), I thought I’d post a quick update. If you haven’t read the original, I recommend reading it first, as this won’t explain how it all works. This post, like the original, uses affiliate links. Price: SD for only $1 The price has changed, it’s now cheaper! The full purchase prices are still the same, but after...

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The Quickest Ways to Review LDS General Conference Talks

We all love General Conference. I often treat it somewhat like New Years. I use it as a time for starting over spiritually, implementing new systems, recommitting, and of course learning. But it’s kinda like drinking from a fire-hose, as they say. There’s so much, crammed into 2 days (plus Women’s Conf the previous weekend), that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. What we need is a refresher, quick ways to review what we heard and learned, that don’t take another 12hrs to review it all. Here’s how you can do that. Reading Method You can read the official summaries...

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7 Free Resources for Studying or Teaching the Book of Mormon

This is post 5 of 5 in the series “Enhance Your Scripture Study” I hate lists of things to try, do, or remember. I think that for most people it’s totally impractical to remember or apply them. If a post boasts “5000 Ways to Improve Your Memes” I won’t give it a 2nd thought. If it offers 5, I might think about clicking it. Only 3? Now we’re talkin’! So I’m apologizing in advance for this list. However, these are carefully selected resources that I use myself, and I think you’ll find very helpful for your Book of Mormon...

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6 Life Principles I Learned from Bronco Mendenhall’s VA Press Conference

As a BYU Football fan, I tuned in this morning to Bronco Mendenhall’s introductory press conference as the new head coach of Virginia (UVa) Football. I was struck several times by things that he said and wanted to do a quick share that seemed appropriate for all you awesome readers. The fact that I’m hearing some of them for the first time, speaks to one of the main criticisms leveled against him: he’s too private, making it so we didn’t ever really get to know him, or a chance to really understand his vision and strategy for making BYU football great. Part...

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