The ultimate list of Latter-day Saint Bloggers, Podcasters, and other influencers

These men and women are spreading goodness and light in their own unique ways

Latter-Day Saint Bloggers and Influencers who spread goodness

I aim for this to be the ultimate list of Latter-day Saint bloggers, podcasters, and influencers who are spreading goodness and light online.  I’m starting with just 11 women, but I plan to add Latter-day Saint bloggers and influencers to this list regularly.  If you are a Latter-day Saint blogger or any type of influencer, fill out THIS FORM and we’ll add you!  If you know of someone who should be on this list but isn’t, have them fill out the same form!

But first, let me tell you a bit about why this site is named “Designed For Goodness.”

You are Designed For Goodness

Have you ever designed something?  Maybe you designed your new baby’s room?  Or perhaps you designed a holiday meal for your family?  Or maybe a beautiful printable quote?

What was your intent in designing it?  Did you hope it would be useless and of no benefit?  Or did you hope it would bring goodness into someone’s life? 

God designed you.  I believe He designed you for goodness.  I can imagine Him thinking of your incredible potential – all the good you would accomplish – as He carefully created you.  You have a unique set of talents and gifts and passions (aka your superpower) that allows you to touch others in a way only you can.  I believe God wants you to use that superpower for goodness.  He designed you for goodness.

I hope these examples of Latter-day Saint bloggers and podcasters who are spreading the goodness in their unique ways inspire you.  I’ve listed them in alphabetical order.  Also, I plan to continually add Latter-day Saint bloggers and podcasters here – there are so many amazing Latter-day Saint women out there who are spreading light and goodness online.  If your favorite isn’t listed here, tell them to fill out THIS FORM so I can add them to the next list!

Table of Contents

#1 - Amanda Louder - Sex Coach

Latter-day Saint podcaster and Certified Life coach

From Misty: I love Amanda’s bravery in addressing a subject that we (sadly) often think of as taboo in our culture.  Her respect for and understanding of this subject is inspiring. She brings much-needed light and clarity to the fun and spiritual aspects of sex.

Who Amanda Helps

I help Latter-day Saint women who feel like they are never in the mood for sex.

Where to find Amanda:

  • Amanda has an incredible – free – podcast called Live from Love.(so helpful!)
  • You can book a free session with Amanda HERE to see if her coaching is a good fit for you.
  • You can also find her on social media here:

How Amanda Helps

I’m a Certified Life Coach, and I help Latter-day Saint Women learn to embrace their sexuality and love their sex life. I help them work through their beliefs around sex, their frustration, and resentment for their husbands for wanting it and learn to fully embrace this important part of themselves to create a better relationship with themselves, their spouse, and their Heavenly Parents.  

Why Amanda Feels Passionately about sexuality

Because I was once these women. I didn’t understand my sexuality. I felt a lot of guilt and shame around sex. I resented my husband for wanting it. But after learning how to fully embrace it, I am living my best life. I can help other women have this too.

Amanda's Goals

I want you to feel more confident about yourself in every area of your life. I want you to have a better relationship and intimacy with your spouse. I also want you to grow in your testimony and relationship with your Heavenly Parents. Last, I want you to feel less frustration, anger, guilt, shame, and resentment.

Amanda's Gift for you:

I want to give you a Roadmap to Personal Pleasure!  This will help you:

  1. Get in touch with your body
  2. Figure out how you personally experience pleasure
  3. Get more comfortable with your sexuality

You can get yours now here:

#2 - Amberly Lambertsen - Family Life Educator

Latter-day Saint Blogger, Speaker And Author

Who Amberly Helps

I help married couples in every stage of life.

Where to find Amberly:

Contact Amberly here

How Amberly Helps

A Prioritized Marriage was created to inspire other couples to make their marriage a priority every day, no matter their current stage or situation in life. I believe that you have to make time for your marriage and your spouse and that you can make that time daily through rituals and traditions, communication and quality time. I recognize that my relationship didn’t reach perfection the moment we said ‘I do’. I know that if I want a strong marriage, I have to continue to work on it every day of my life! My hope is that I can encourage other couples to create a strong marriage and work on their relationship with their spouse every day as well.

Why Amberly Feels Passionately about Helping Married Couples

I want to help couples find ways to make their marriage a priority and strengthen their relationship during every stage of their life. I want couples to get to the empty nest/retirement stage in life and have an amazing relationship with each other. I want them to be ready to enjoy the life they’ve built together, and their relationship with each other, rather than needing to get to know each other all over again.

Amberly's Goals

I want couples, who try the things that I suggest, find that they are happier and closer as a couple. That they work better as a team and are ready to tackle anything life throws their way. I also want them to have a more fun, satisfying and intimate relationship with each other.

#3 - Angie Chandler - Family Resource Creator

Latter-day Saint Content Creator

Who Angie Helps

We help families with primary age kids have successful, hands on, engaging and meaningful Come Follow Me study with primary age kids through our digital subscription.

Where to find Angie:

You can find resources here

How Angie Helps

My team of experienced elementary educators and I write full lesson plans that directly align with the Come Follow Me manual from The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Along with the lesson plans we include a variety of activities and printables to enhance at home study. We believe that when children’s hands are on, their minds are on. Our materials reflect that and being gospel study to life. We have a digital subscription, ongoing workbook subscription and now an Everyday Coloring Subscription too. We also offer weekly IGTV videos on each lesson, secrets from a teacher every Saturday, daily reminders and discussions all on Instagram to help parents stay on track and teach effectively in their home.

Why Angie Feels Passionately about Come Follow Me

We create our lessons to help bring families to Christ through home centered learning. We know parents are busy and for many the call to teach young children at home feel hard. We strive to support parents in their efforts and help them make Come Follow Me possible.

Angie's Goals

Our lessons bring peace of mind to parents who have no idea where to start. When used consistently children begin to ask for gospel study at home. They bring life to learning the scriptures and more time to connect as a family. They truly invite the spirit to homes.

A Note From Angie

When people sign up for a subscription they will receive a lesson each week full of value. We typically send 15-20 pages of content per week with lots of variety for families to choose from. Each person who subscribes gets an engineer print to track their favorite scriptures as they study this year, a Book of Mormon coloring tracker to keep track of their progress, twelve lessons on the restoration, binder covers for their materials, a reading schedule and, currently due to COVID19, bonus singing time at-home activities for more support.

#3 - Becky Squire - Magazine Editor

Latter-day Saint Blogger, speaker and magazine editor

From Misty: Becky was the very first person to welcome me to Instagram.  She reached out and asked if she could help in any way.  I admire her goodness and genuine desire to serve as Christ would in her family and the online community.  She truly lifts other women.

Who Becky Helps

I help Latter-Day Saint women who want to recharge their soul, ignite passion for sharing goodness, and strengthen their relationship with others and Christ.

Where to find Becky:

How Becky Helps

I create a free quarterly lifestyle magazine with a faithful focus. It’s purpose is to bring women closer to Christ while also connecting with others and learning how to enjoy life.

Why Becky Feels Passionately about her magazine

Latter-Day Woman Magazine is a place for women’s voices to be heard. As we grow as a business and community, we are able to be a positive influence to more women.

Becky's Goals

I want you to have more connection, more goodness, and more spiritual capacity.  I also want you to have less doubt, less loneliness, less fear.

Becky's Gift for you:

My entire magazine is free! You can subscribe HERE.

Latter-day Women Magazine:

#4 - Brooke Snow - Gospel Self-Help Coach

Latter-day Saint Blogger, Podcaster, and coach

From Misty: I just recently found Brooke’s podcast at the recommendation of a friend.  I listened to ONE episode of her podcast (How to spiral up), and I knew I wanted her wisdom in my life.  Her approach to self-help with a gospel core is refreshing.

Who Brooke Helps

Latter-day Saint Women who want to marry self help and gospel principles.

Where to find Brooke:

Brooke is not on social media.  The best place to find her is to subscribe to her podcast. 

How Brooke Helps

I am a habits and identity coach. I help Latter-day Saint women uncover their divine identity through holistic habits that support body, mind, and spirit. My approach is to marry self help and Gospel principles. We all know that healthy habits bring healthy benefits. We all know what we “should” be doing. What usually trips us up is how to be consistent, how to stay motivated, how to keep going after getting derailed. I teach an approach to habits that is loving, forgiving, and sustainable so even the tiniest effort is rewarded. By small and simple things are great things brought to pass.

Why Brooke Feels Passionately about her work

When you are consistent in the fundamental self-care habits, you are able to more fully show up in life to live your purpose, support your people, and be who God created you to be. It is thrilling to help provide a simple framework and protocol for Latter-day Saint women that supports them in doing whatever it is they are called to do on this earth!

Brooke's Goals:

I want you to have more hope in the journey of personal growth, more love for yourself, a closer connection to God, and to fall in love with the process of repentance (which is really all about changing and developing into who God created you to be.) I also want you to have less stress, less critical self judgement, less prideful fear of God, less discouragement, and be less stuck in unhealthy patterns.

Brooke's Gift for you:

The #1 habit in my life is meditation. I have a free mini meditation course called, “The Miracle of Meditation: How to transform your prayers for more presence, connection, and revelation. It’s such a great starting point for people who already pray but need a bridge between prayer and a meditation practice.

You can find it here:

#5 - Chrissy Olsen - Beautiful Printable Designer

Latter-day Saint Blogger, Graphic designer, and Photoshop Course instructor

From Misty: I’ve been friends with Chrissy for a few years now, and while she is a very talented graphic designer, what truly impresses me about her is her love of the one. She thinks about her followers as REAL PEOPLE and does all she can to make their lives easier through her gifts.  While she does have a store full of beautiful, inexpensive printables, she insists on making many available for free b/c she remembers a time in her life when “$3 for a printable would have been too much”.

Who Chrissy Helps:

I help Latter-day Saint women lead, teach, and minister with love.

Where to find Chrissy:

How Chrissy Helps

I create gorgeous printables that making ministering easy and fun. I believe we minister all the time without even realizing it. Every time we sit down and play with our kids, we are ministering. When we send a card or text a friend, we are ministering. Every time we serve in the church, we are ministering. And printables are a fun way to make ministering personal and easy. When you send someone a pretty note letting them know you are thinking of them, it makes their day! And it takes no time at all with a pretty printable download. Playing Book of Mormon Bingo while talking about the prophets is really fun and easy, and so memorable. Those teaching moments are priceless. Printables make life easier, prettier, and more fun!

Why Chrssy Feels Passionately about Printables

I love serving Latter-day Saint women. It’s an honor to create printables for women who are actively making the world a better place and sharing goodness. My purpose is to help these amazing women share that light with high-quality printables. And now there’s a course made specifically for these women so they can make their own printables too.

Chrissy's Goals:

My printables will help you find more joy in service and ministry with less stress and worry about the “how.” I provide easy ways for you to minister and teach so you just have to download, print, and enjoy.

Chrissy's Gift for you:

I would love to give you a free printable I Spy Temples Game!  You can get yours here:

#6 - Emily Clark - Gospel Resource Creator

Latter-day Saint Blogger, Graphic designer, and Primary Content Creator

Who Emily Helps:

I help Latter-day Saint women to be better teachers in their home and callings.

Where to find Emily:

You can find resources here

How Emily Helps

I share printer-friendly lessons, note sheets, scripture signs, lesson ideas & other resources to help support you in “Home-Centered” Gospel Learning. I’m also a big fan of “Keeping it Simple” in serving in your calling. You’ll find birthday printables, baptism notes, General Conference ideas, Primary Lesson activities and ideas and more.

Why Emily Feels Passionately about Helping Moms Teach the Gospel

As an Elementary Teacher, I LOVE teaching. But, I totally understand it’s not as easy or natural for everyone. Heyfriend is a place where I share ideas, resources, & encouragement to help teaching not be overwhelming for others.

Emily's Goals:

My goal is to help you simplify. I believe in keeping things SIMPLE and focus on teaching our families about Christ. It’s far too easy to get wrapped up trying to do “all the extra things” and totally miss the purpose of the lesson. I want to share ways we can better teach with the Spirit, and keep our lessons SIMPLE.

#7 - Emily & Dave Jones - Supporters of Youth

Latter-day Saint Course Instructors

From Misty: From the minute I heard about Emily and Dave’s Family Tech University, I couldn’t stop telling people about it. I shared it on Facebook, and Emily almost immediately reached out to thank me.  As I’ve come to know her better over the last few months, I’ve realized that she is a remarkable soul.  I sincerely appreciate her confidence in our young people and their capacity to choose to be wise.

Who Emily and Dave Help:

We help parents nurture children who are wise and balanced in the ways that they use technology.

Where to find Emily and Dave:

How Emily and Dave Helps

We are unique in our offering! We have curated a collection of powerful and convincing materials from the web and organized them into an online course for young people, ages 12 and up. Powerful and engaging videos, articles, and spiritual ideas combine to make for a potent learning experience on the topics parents are most concerned about, including social media, pornography, smartphone etiquette, life vision, and the importance of stillness. The aim? For a young person to come away personally convinced (not lectured and badgered) in their own hearts to be wise with technology. In a nutshell, we are experts at helping parents nurture the all-powerful Internal Filter- the most powerful protection that a young person can have in a tech-saturated world.

Why Emily and Dave feel passionately about internal filters:

The prevalent doctrine of “fear based” parenting was something that just didn’t jive with us as we were searching for the best way to handle technology with our own 5 children when they were young. Four of those children are teenagers now, and the approach of nurturing the Internal Filter has been powerful and life-changing in our family… we’ve seen it with our own eyes! We want to help parents achieve that same peace and confidence in their own homes.

Emily and Dave's Goals:

Parents who access the power of the Family Tech University Workshop will place before their children an experience that will nurture their heart-felt beliefs. Every parent’s hope is that when their child walks out the door- away from parental monitoring and away from digital filters, that they will still CHOOSE goodness. This nurturing of their most powerful protection- their desires to choose well for their own happiness, is our goal and specialty.

Emily and Dave's Gifts for you:

We have two gifts for you:

Powerful Tech Parenting: a 3 part video series:  

50 Chats to Grow the Internal Filter PDF download:

#8 - Heidi Hillman - Creative Goals Inspiration

Latter-day Saint Blogger and creator

From Misty: Heidi has an incredible story of how she found peace and connection with God using creativity in her time of trial.  She is a beautiful artist, and she uses and shares her art with others, but in addition, her goal and purpose are to inspire you to find time for your creative purpose and goals.  She is an inspiration to many.

Who Heidi Helps:

I inspire women to make time to pursue creativity and connect with God in the midst of their busy lives.

Where to find Heidi:

You can find here shop here.

How Heidi Helps

I share scripture journaling tutorial videos, scripture sketchnotes and other printables, journal inspiration, hand embroidery projects and book reviews. I show that you do have time for the things you love, even if you think you’re too busy. I’ve been homeschooling my 4 kids for 10 years and running a small business. If I can find the time, I can help you do the same.

Why Heidi Feels passionately about Creativity:

I have a passion for the emotional and spiritual benefits of art journaling. I love inspiring women to set their own creative goals and stick with them.

Heidi's Goals:

I want you to have more desire to put down your phone and create something beautiful. I want you to spend more time studying and enjoying the scriptures and finding meaning. I want you to have a more joyful, creative life.

#9- Jamie Johnson - Moment Collector

Latter-day Saint blogger, artist, speaker and writer

From Misty: If I could only use 1 word to describe Jamie, it would be faithful.  She is full of faith in God and Christ and those she loves.  She is also loyal (another meaning of the word faithful) to God and Christ and those she loves and serves – including her followers.  She inspires me to slow down, appreciate stillness, and find what she calls “wonder” in my life.  

Who Jamie Helps:

Women who are seeking to slow down and savor the moments of their beautiful, imperfect lives.

Where to find Jamie:

You can get her beautiful Moments Journal here

How Jamie Helps:

I have created a free week of wonder series to help women slow down and savor the simple. I create monthly journaling videos to help women plan out their months with intention. I offer free printable collections for women to use to create wonder in the lives of their families. I also write inspirational blog posts to help women be more faith-filled, hopeful, and appreciate the small and simple wonders of everyday life. I just published my first guided journal called the Moment Journal – a daily journal to record what matters most.

Why Jamie feels passionately about wonder:

I truly want women to find a meaningful, purpose-filled life by slowing down to savor the moments. Life flies by so quickly that soon our children will fly the nest. I want to help women create a life that is nourishing for their personal well-being, while simultaneously learning how to treasure the moments with their children.

Jamie's Goals:

I want you to uncover the wonder that is already naturally there in the middle of your ordinary days. I want you to experience less stress, less anxiety, and more peace. Wonder is being filled with a sense of awe and reverence for life and all the beauty around you. This is what I want to help you find.

Jamie's Gift for you:

I have two gifts for you:

A Week of Wonder: Discover the enchantment of ordinary days:

Free library of sketches, watercolors, scriptures and printables:

#10 - Jason Bringhurst - SUnshine Collector

Latter-day Saint blogger

Where to find Jason:

You can get her beautiful Moments Journal here

How Jason Helps:

I strive to share my faith and spread a little sunshine in a world with a lot of negativity.  I share stories of things that happen or have happened in my life. I also share thoughts on current events. I often share my beliefs and how my faith plays a part in my life. I also have a section of the blog dedicated to hydrocephalus, a condition my 8 year old son Xavier has, and our journey through over 20 brain surgeries.

Why Jason feels passionately about wonder:

I feel that there is good in the world and that many people crave good media. I want to contribute to the good media. There is too much of the bad media and more uplifting media is needed.

#11 - Kay West - Faithful Women Gatherer

Latter-day Saint blogger, event host

From Misty: I have never met Kay, but I hope to someday.  I’ve met many who know her, and their eyes shine when they talk about her.  They can’t help but smile.  My impression of her is one who “seeks not her own,” but truly wants to lift other women and see them shine. You can see that even in the profile picture she chose to include here (she is on the top left).

Who Kay Helps:

Latter-day Saint women who have a desire to learn and grow more in their testimonies of the gospel, and lift others along the way.

Where to find Kay:

You can her events here and testimonies of Christ that she has gathered here.

How Kay Helps:

At A Worldwide Sisterhood, we share testimonies of Christ from women in all seasons of life and different backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities. We provide a platform for all women to share and learn. The Spirit speaks to us all in a different way, so we share through video, blog, song, and poetry. We also share gospel messages from personal revelation to lift and inspire others. We encourage all women to share their voices and testimonies so we may all learn from one another and grow together in this worldwide sisterhood.

Why Kay feels passionately about women of faith:

I believe every woman of the world is needed to stand up and help shine the light of Christ into the world. Every voice and experience needs to be heard. Everyone does this in their own way, and every woman who shares the light of Christ should shine. I believe in ecouraging and lifting everyone and providing a platform and community for them to do so.

Kay's Goals:

I want you to gain connection with other like minded women, to feel a part of this worldwide sisterhood as we share together, encourage and lift one another. At A Worldwide Sisterhood, we want to inspire you with the courage to share your own stories and light. You will find stillness and peace as we provide a moment for you to pause, to read, and to listen to the messages we share.

A note from Kay:

A Worldwide Sisterhood has grown. I am the founder, but now we are a team of women from Canada, USA, and Australia, and we also ethnically represent Canada, Europe, Germany, Samoa, China and Japan. We truly are a Worldwide Sisterhood.

#12- Lynnette Shepphard - parenting coach

Latter-day Saint blogger, podcaster, writer

From Audra: Lynnette is such a bright light in the parenting advice sphere. She is supportive and encouraging, truly wanting to help you raise kids who grow up to be well-rounded adults who contribute to our world in positive ways. She has an awesome sense of humor. And helps to eliminate parenting guilt by giving simple, actionable tips you can try with your kids today.

Who Lynnette Helps:

I help parents of faith raise kids with all the skills necessary to thrive in life and do great things for the Lord.

Where to find Lynnette:

You can visit her website here.

How Lynnette Helps:

I am a Certified Leadership Parenting Coach, writer, and host of the How to Raise Grownups podcast. I feel strongly that the youth of today are among the best we have ever had. They come to earth with strong and noble spirits, and with important missions to accomplish. They do not, however, come equipped with all the skills, both practical and spiritual, to achieve the work they are here to do. My goal is to help parents better prepare their kids to launch into adulthood confidently. I do that by approaching parenting from a wide-angle lens that encompasses training children in life skills as well as faith skills.

Why Lynnette feels passionately about women of faith:

When I was a young mom of five insanely strong-willed kids, I lacked the vision and confidence to lead them well. I had no parenting plan other than daily survival. I have learned much in the trenches of raising my kids into the courageous teens and young adults they are today. I want to teach other parents the skills and the mindset that will help them mold their kids into faithful, independent, self-assured young adults.

Lynnette's Goals:

Parents will have more vision and confidence in their parenting if they follow the practical principles I teach. They will be able to lead their children well because they will know what they are going. They will worry less about daily challenges because they will understand that raising good people requires time. They will not get hung up on mistakes because those are an expected part of the journey.

Lynnette's gift for you:

I have created a free mini-course to help parents of strong-willed kids navigate the challenges of parenting. You can sign up here:

#13- Melissa Ott - Transformational Life Coach

Latter-day Saint blogger, coach

From Misty: I’ve only known Melissa for a few weeks, but even in that short time, it is evident that she is incredibly invested in her desire to help others transform.  She isn’t afraid to dig deep and change what she needs to be able to help others better.

Who Melissa Helps:

I help Latter-day Saints who are wanting to rise up to meet the demands of life in the last days with confidence in themselves and an understanding of God’s purpose for them.

Where to find Melissa:

You can find her courses here.

How Melissa Helps:

My mission is two-fold. First, I help people learn ways to manage their mind around the emotions they are creating for themselves. It requires taking massive accountability for their life and distinguishing between what they can and can not control. I act as a mirror into their brain to show them how the way they think about the things they can’t control impacts their quality of life. Secondly, we take things a step deeper and take a look at the beliefs they have created in childhood that have shaped the way they look at the world. We question which beliefs serve them, and which beliefs are limiting in nature. I have a powerful process where by we change those limiting beliefs into beliefs that are more true and that serve them. This is the transformation.

Why Melissa feels passionately about transformation:

My motivation for being a transformational coach comes from my own transformation process. I have been able to glean knowledge and unique tools from several coaches I have hired for myself and desire to pass my knowledge on to others. I believe that this level of personal development is necessary to navigate the challenges we face in the last days before the Savior returns.

Melissa's Goals:

I want you to enjoy the confidence, purpose, direction, patience and personal power that God desires you to have in life. You can shed limiting beliefs, insecurities, grudges, and the need for false pleasures. You will develop the skills necessary to combat Satan’s traps and make decisions based on your own God-given intuition, guided by the Holy Ghost.

Melissa's gift to you:

Get my free guide: How to survive the Covid-19 and homeschool like a pro:

#14 - Michelle Bowler - Military Spouse Supporter

Latter-day Saint blogger and podcaster

From Misty: I’ve known Michelle since she was 14 or 15.  I was her Young Women leader.  Even then, she was unbelievably good.  She has always been firmly on God’s team.  Her husband is a military chaplain, and she is often left home with their beautiful daughters.  Instead of letting frustration or bitterness overtake her, she determined to reach out to others and has created a beautiful online community of women supporting women.

Who Michelle Helps:

I help military and first responder loved ones, meaning spouses, children, mothers and significant others.

Where to find Michelle:

You can find her podcast here.

How Michelle Helps:

I’ve created the Waiting Warriors community to be a place where military and first responder loved ones are safe to engage and connect with others, be uplifted, and learn specific strategies to create a joyful life of supporting service. The Waiting Warriors Podcast gives a voice to imperfect, relatable stories that empower and lift military spouses in all stages of life. My @WaitingWarrior social media platforms provide a place of belonging for military spouses of any age, race, gender, and experience. We talk about creating a home in temporary housing, connecting children to absent parents, and prioritizing self-care during difficult times. We share our successes and failures. Most of all, we feel supported because we know there are thousands of others like us doing our best to create and share joy.

Why Michelle feels passionately about waiting warriors:

I want military spouses to learn how to be emotionally, mentally and physically healthy, in a word, to thrive. Marriages don’t have to be torn apart by deployments or hanging by a thread at retirement. Spouses don’t have to drown in loneliness and overwhelmed by parenthood during separations. Children don’t have to be estranged from their service member parents. I want to educate you on healthy ways to cope with and discuss the heavy burdens of the military lifestyle, instead of burying feelings and suffering from depression, anxiety, or resentment. I want to help you intentionally plan specific ways to connect, find joy, and grow closer as families during separations. I want to teach you to communicate and work together effectively to keep you marriage strong and healthy. In short, I you to understand, as a military family, that survival isn’t the only option. With proper tools and support, we can all truly thrive.

Michelle's Goals:

My goal is for my Waiting Warriors to not only have the tools they need to successfully navigate this lifestyle, but that they will have the hope and confidence that they can be happy through it all.

#15 - Michelle Hansen - Organization Solutions

Latter-day Saint blogger and Creator

Who Michelle Helps:

I help moms organize their homes and their lives so that they can have a more peaceful home and life.

Where to find Michelle:

You can find her shop here.

How Michelle Helps:

It’s easy to look at Instagram and Pinterest and see the perfect million-dollar homes and wish we had the same. But I love helping my readers realize that it doesn’t create happiness. It’s all about working with what you have and using practical solutions to make your home beautiful and perfect for you. God designed us to be creators, and creating a beautiful home that we love is one way we can do that. I have tons of free designs that are designed to help others organize their lives, create better habits, and beautify their homes.

Why Michelle feels passionately about waiting warriors:

Creating a clean, organized, clutter-free home evokes peace and allows us to feel the spirit. And when we feel the spirit, we allow ourselves to feel happy. The Topical Guide in the scriptures says that “the Home is next to the Temple in sacredness”. I believe it’s our responsibility to do the best we can to recreate those feelings in our homes so the spirit can reside in our homes.

Michelle's Goals:

My readers will come away being inspired to create a beautifully organized home that invites the spirit. Although I don’t directly target LDS mom’s, this is my end goal. I want mom’s to have more peace, control and time to do the things that they love. It’s easy to waste time looking for things at home because things are unorganized. But if everything has a ‘home’ it is a huge time saver so they can get back to being with their family and doing the things they love.

#16 - Nicolette Alger - Financial Coach

Latter-day Saint blogger and Coach

Who Nicolette Helps:

I help women of faith to organize their finances and better manage their money.

Where to find Nicolette:

You can find her courses here.

How Nicolette Helps:

I help women of faith understand how finances affect their peace of mind, how religion and finances are interconnected, and how to shift from a scarcity mindset towards a more abundant mindset. My curriculum covers awareness-tracking your money, creating your net worth statement, as well as skills (value based budgeting, automation) and tools (savings plan, debt payoff plan). We discuss topics like improving your credit score, increasing income, decreasing expenses, adding income streams and maximizing cash flow. I help women and families move from financial chaos, anxiety and overwhelm to financial organization, awareness, peace and a having a workable plan in place.

Why Nicolette feels passionate about money matters:

I used to be confused about money, made big mistakes, and took years correcting those mistakes. I wanted better for my kids, my family and myself. Through years of study, and trial and error, I learned how to create the kind of financial situation I would like to have. I want to teach other people so they don’t have to spend the time I spent or make the mistakes I made.

Nicolette's Goals:

My goal is for clients to have less stress, fear and anxiety around money, less overwhelm. They will have more opportunity, freedom, organization, peace, and confidence in the present and confidence for the future.

#17 - Ty Alan Gardner - Storyteller

Latter-day Saint blogger

Who Ty Helps:

I help people seeking to see Christ in the mundane, the confusing, and the difficult aspects of life.

Where to find Ty:

You can find his free e-book here.

How Ty Helps:

I write regular articles intended to uplift and inspire those seeking to follow the Savior, as well as those who aren’t sure what to think about the Savior, the Church, or just the difficulties in their lives. I provide free e-books targeting the path of faith in the midst of struggle, and I am working on a full length book addressing similar issues. I also provide recommendations of tools that can be used to grow closer to Christ, to see more good in the world, and be a light to those around us.

Why Ty feels passionate about faith-promoting stories:

I believe that words have power. I’ve found time and time again throughout my life that the words I am filling myself with – through music, entertainment, reading, etc – have a significant impact on my outlook, my attitude, and my resolve. As we fill ourselves with goodness, we become instruments that can also create goodness. We become people who can act to make our world, our church, and our homes places of light.

Ty's Goals:

The goal of all my work is to provide people with more hope, grace, and commitment in their walk with Christ. Along with this desire is a desire to build not only open eyes, but open hearts – so that we can see Jesus in the places and situations we least expect. As we see Jesus working in our daily lives, we’ll also find an added ability to love people where they are.


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The Ultimate List of Latter-day Saint Bloggers and Podcasters

5 Simple Tips that will increase your success with Email marketing

Each tip takes just minutes to implement.  Grow your list and increase your open and click rates so you can impact more people and earn more income.

5 Simple Tips That Will Increase your success with email marketing

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