Following The Science

Follow The Science

Technology

I heard the words “Follow the Science” so many times from 2020 into 2021. First, you can prove every good-faith statement either true or false. Second, in order to consider something “science”, it needs to […]

Roblox Avatars

Roblox Content Rating System

Parenting

Roblox recently “announced” that they were developing a content rating system for their Massive Multi-Player Online (MMO) Social Platform (Jargon, 2021). Two of my children played Roblox until I began digging into this a lot […]

President-Elect Do-as-I Order!

Current Event

Before President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. (Biden) took office, he made a series of statements for the WhiteHouse.gov briefing room detailing his plan for the day. In the screenshot above, I’ve highlighted two points that […]

Certificate of Completion 2020

Happy New Year 2021!

Current Event

Welp, that was it! Next? No one knows. Accomplishments Didn’t run out of Toilet Paper once during 2020. Teleworked more than 50% of 2020. Went on more than 12 hikes during 2020. Held Church Services […]

Pain Scale Explained
Parenting

Pain Scale Explained

During a Marine fitness training event in October of 2019, I learned something new about the pain scale. One of the events included a buddy placing their partner on their shoulders and running a given […]

Surviving Isolation
Parenting

Surviving Isolation

During the last few weeks, surviving isolation felt like an insurmountable task. Whether you were laid off, furloughed, switched to teleworking, or simply given restricted hours, the following applies. These routines also help normalize your […]

Criticizing Faith
Religion

Criticizing Faith

As I browsed the headlines a little while back, an article by columnist Jana Riess criticizing faith caught my attention. “For Latter-day Saints, a General Conference to remember — but let’s leave our smugness at […]

In the Spotlight

Fireproof Your Isolation

by Cree Dalene in Parenting 2

Fireproof came to me as I stepped out of my garage. I noticed my two youngest running towards the fire engine parked right in front of our house. First, I called them back to the [...]