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#LightTheWorld Personal Progress

Christmas. Is. Coming. AGHHHHHHHHHHHH! I'm so excited, and I'm super proud of myself for resisting the urge to run at breakneck speed into the Christmas decorating, baking, and the typical December festivities. I've stepped back a little bit, focused on gratitude, and even put up Thanksgiving decorations! 

But. Now that Thanksgiving is over soon, there's nothing holding me back! No guilt about stepping into things too early, no, no, no, both holidays are checked off, Christmas is less than 50 days away (36 right now) and I'm going into full blown Christmas mode. Heheh. 

With Christmas there comes cookies, and gift wrapping, and trees, and Mariah Carey, and Pentatonix, and candy canes and reindeer and snowman and hot cocoa... and light and love.

We're going on #LightTheWorld Year 3, and I'm so excited to share the mega collection of related prints I made. For free, of course. 

To see everything there is to offer, go to mormon.org.

To save you a couple clicks, I've rounded up the videos for this year here!

Like I said before, Christmas gets busy!! There's the shopping, singing, eating, wrapping, tree-getting, tree-decorating, caroling, and so much more.

This cute #LightTheWorld planner will help you navigate the stressful holiday season by sharing your weekly prompt, service ideas, and including space to right all that you have going on. All of the service ideas are from mormon.org so you get the best of both worlds!

Get it for free here.

This is a great Sunday handout! It connects each week to a Personal Progress experience.

Get the #LightTheWorld Personal Progress packet here.

You May Also Like: Start A Christ-Centered Tradition with #Little Lamb - click here. 

You may also like: #LightTheWorld Family Nights! Coming soon on the Family Night page.

Give the YW a little something... without breaking your budget.

Attach a gift tag to a Ziploc bag and then see ideas on what to put in it below.

$1.00 per Young Woman - Candy

You can get large assortments of red and green colored candy and easily mix them up and put them in the bags for a low overall cost. Ideas include Hershey Kisses, M&Ms, and candy canes!

$1.75 per Young Woman - PocketBac hand sanitizers.

Okay. If you are in ANY SORT OF BAD MOOD AT ALL, go to the Bath and Body Works store. I am seriously not kidding at all. All of the employees were all cheerful, the Christmas lights were on, my favorite Christmas songs were blasting, and there were thousands of Christmas lotions to smell and choose from. I seriously was trying so hard not to cry from joy. Bath and Body Works has so many different Christmas lotions, and most of them are super overpriced, but their cutesy hand sanitizers come in many different cute Christmas scents and if you happen to be there on a Sale Day you can get great products for average prices. The scents range from Hot Cocoa and Cream to Twisted Peppermint to Vanilla Bean Noel. They'll love it. 

$5.00 per Young Woman  - Christmas Bath Bombs

Again, Bath and Body Works. I LOVE THAT PLACE.......

Also... life hacks: if you don't have a lot of things to put into the gift bags, shred red and green paper and add it to the bag! It's a great tactic which I use often...because I'm poor, lol. 

Be sure to Pin and share, and have a Very Merry Christmas!!!


Yours Truly,
Latter-Day Lucie


  1. Hi Lucie! Thanks for the comment! I love how you connected Personal Progress with #lighttheworld! Thanks for sharing this post with me.

    1. Thank you so much for the nice words and linking to my little blog on your post! Merry Christmas! ;)