#LIGHTtheWORLD Featured Bloggers

#LIGHTtheWORLD featured blogger - this blogger went above and beyond to light the world! - The Red Headed HostessWe at The Red Headed Hostess have loved working with so many different bloggers and sites to help #LIGHTtheWORLD this Christmas!  What a wonderful experience it has been!  So many different bloggers and sites have gone to countless hours to share their talents to help us all #LIGHTtheWORLD.  Make sure to visit THIS ARTICLE to see  links to over 30 wonderful ideas that you can continue to use to serve those around you and continue to #LIGHTtheWORLD throughout the year.

We are highlighting three exceptional bloggers to help you see the wonderful things they are doing!

#LIGHTtheWORLD featured blogger - this blogger went above and beyond to light the world! - The Red Headed Hostess

First is Heather Mecham of LDS Youth Leadership.

Heather is a young women leader, blogger, wife and mother of two daughters. She writes about her passion for teaching youth leadership skills at ldsyouthleadership.com. Her goal is to help youth leaders feel less overwhelmed by helping them teach the youth of the Church to lead.

 

#LIGHTtheWORLD featured blogger - this blogger went above and beyond to light the world! - The Red Headed Hostess

Next is Melia Rios-Lazo of Brightly Street.

Brightly Street loves sharing bright ideas to strengthen your home and family such as christian living, family history, home organization, meals in a jar, digital scrapbook, holiday planning, home school, General Conference fun, tons of free printables and more. We love to share with you ways to help you as a family succeed! Visit us today at www.BrightlyStreet.com

 

#LIGHTtheWORLD featured blogger - this blogger went above and beyond to light the world! - The Red Headed HostessAnd finally we have Montserrat Wadsworth of Cranial Hiccups.

This is what she says about her blog:  “Every once in a while, and totally unintentionally, my mind spews out a good idea. You’ll find a little bit of everything on this blog. It’s my place to share all the ideas, activities, crafts, and resources that I have gathered and tried over a number of years as a mother of eleven children.”

 

Thank you to every writer, blogger, and creator who worked so hard and participated!  We look forward to working with you in future campaigns!

 

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