Let me introduce you to my daughter, Elizabeth.
Here's how Elizabeth did it:
She reviewed the personal progress book and highlighted every page. She highlighted scriptures to look up in blue. She highlighted actions items (talk to someone, write in journal, share testimony, etc.) in orange. Green items are time-sensitive. Yellow highlights was a personal indication of "I'm planning on doing this one." Her hand-written notes indicate that two value experiences overlap.
Most of her value projects had something to do with activities she was already involved in: Student council, community orchestra, etc. Some included new skills, like learning to knit an infinity scarf.
In this photo she is holding her new cookbook, a gift from our family. The page is opened to a recipe and picture of her with her young women president.
Last week I dropped Elizabeth off at college. Man, I miss her!
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