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Hi I'm Kalee

I'm a Modest Fashion Blogger & Graphic Designer.. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I recently graduated with my AS in Graphic Design. I am currently working as a Graphic Designer.. I love to travel. I also love to sing and play guitar.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born & raised by a Mormon family, and was baptized when I was 8.. Even though I was surrounded by the LDS church all through my childhood, I still had to choose if it was what I believed. After I graduated High School, I fell away from the church. I decided to take another path. I started hanging around people who didn't have the same beliefs as I did growing up and I developed some bad habits. I became unhappy, troubled, and distant from my family and loved ones. What I thought was happiness was only temporary enjoyment. I could see how badly if hurt my family and loved ones. My father encouraged me to keep attending church and meeting with my church leaders. I continued to go to church, even with my doubts. The church members were always kind and welcoming. After some time, I met with a church leader to talk about my lack of belief. During this meeting, I had an overwhelming feeling of comfort come over me. I then knew I was right where I needed to be. I felt happy again. From then on I continued to grow in the church. I know I am happy when I follow the church's gospel. I love my life, and every part of it wouldn't be possible without my Heavenly Father. He has blessed me with so much, and continues to. This is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I try to be a good example. I currently have a modest fashion blog. I post simple, modest outfits to show women that it's not hard to dress fashionably while also being modest. I also have a great opportunity teach a class for 7 and 8-year-olds at my church every week. I teach them about our church's beliefs so that they can have a better understanding.