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Get your young women, youth, ward, or family into a habit of family history! You only need 5 minutes to make a progress in family history & you can do it on your phone! The treat tags motivate & the task cards/textables remind. Send them daily or weekly. keep participants accountable! Consider doing a groupchat to share progress & doing it yourself--so they know others are in the trenches with them, with the challenges and rewards of trying to start a new habit that will help them #HearHim #lds Task Cards, Christ, Lds Yw Activities, Family Search, Lds Families, Lds Youth, Family Information, Lds Handouts, Rewards

Get your young women, youth, ward, or family into a habit of family history! You only need 5 minutes to make a progress in family history & you can do it on your phone! The treat tags motivate & the task cards/textables remind. Send them daily or weekly. keep participants accountable! Consider doing a groupchat to share progress & doing it yourself--so they know others are in the trenches with them, with the challenges and rewards of trying to start a new habit that will help them #HearHim…

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Connie Hendrickson
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Have you got a shop full of wood shavings and/or sawdust? Hate throwing it into the landfill? Try making these easy DIY fire starters to prep for summer fun at the cottage, camping or in your backyard fire pit. Do it yourself fire starters, Make your own fire starters, fire starter, repurposed sawdust, camping hack

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Claire Harrington
Is it worth it to hire a CPA or should you just do it yourself? Here are several questions to ask before making the decision! Diy, Budgeting Tips, Tax Refund, Work From Home Moms, Ways To Save Money, Budgeting, Financial Advice, Financial Tips, Budgeting Worksheets

Tax season is here! It's time for W-2s, 1099s, and wayyyy too many receipts. Four years ago, Ryan was laid off on April 7th, a little over a week before taxes were due. I had been making a part-time income from Surviving The Stores at that point but had kept up with nothing. And I mean that. Absolutely nothing. Does anyone find it hard to believe that I was an accounting major in college? It was 100% completely the wrong major for me... I'm not a 'rule-follower', I'm not naturally organized…

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Rachel @ SurvivingTheStores.com