Mormon Life Hacker has been around since 2006, though on a hiatus from early 2007 until mid-2010. Because of that, 2011 is the first full single year the MLH has been in operation. It’s been an awesome year, thanks to all of you.
Your 5 Favorite MLH Posts of 2011:
These are based on your visits and comments.
- How to Put LDS Scriptures (& other apps) on Kindle Fire
- How to Create a Simple Genealogy Chart
- How to Watch BYU Football on Your TV Without Cable
- Google+ for Mormons: LDS Ways to Use Google Plus [guide]
- Message Boards and Forums for Beginners
Tevya’s Favorite MLH Posts of 2011:
A lot of people think that I’m “the Mormon life hacker” or that this is a blog I do. If you’re one of those, you should know aware that we have several other excellent contributing authors, that make frequent posting of LDS themed life-hacks possible. My thanks and respect to them. Because we don’t make money off MLH, and all must work “regular jobs”, I didn’t have a chance to get their input on the “staff picks.” So here’s my favorites that weren’t among your favorites. Many were written by these authors, and you, our readers. Or were made meaningful by your comments and interaction.
- Living the Whole Word of Wisdom – would love more non-tech life-hacks in 2012
- Put Your Ward List on Your Smartphone with Mapping & More – our first real “app review”
- Use Evernote & Online Resources for Powerful Scripture Study – changed the way I study
- Hidden Resources on FamilySearch.org series (parts 2& 3)
- Journal in Less Than 30 Seconds – changed the frequency & ease with which I journal
- Cool Links series (2nd & 3rd ones) – great, fun stuff in these
- LDSPlan Makes Home & Visiting Teaching Scheduling EASY!
What Are Your Favorites From 2011?
If you like MLH and want us to continue, please, please comment below and tell us your favorite posts, what you like most about MLH, and/or how a post has helped you out. Comments and feedback are our reward for the time and effort we devote to Mormon Life Hacker. Here’s to you, we hope you had an awesome 2011!