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Hi I'm Kandee Myers

I sell real estate. I love books. I like running. I relish making things pretty. Relationships matter to me. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I live life with my full heart. I am grateful for challenges as I thrive in the messiest of moments. I have recently been inspired by reading blogs. I have a small coaching practice in Tucson, Arizona. I am trained as an Arbinger Coach. I am disciplined in Positive Psychology often called the "Science of Happiness". I am personally familiar with the complexity of addiction. After owning a bookstore I realized what a difference a good book can make. I am inspired by words and love learning from others. I was married 32 years and have 3 remarkable children. The ending of my marriage is something I never expected. We were married in the Arizona Mesa Temple. I planned to be married forever. Change has come slow but acceptance is finally here. We have become friends through our shared disappointments. My blog, public speaking and coaching are hobbies. I love running and grateful to find it elevates my emotions. Making things pretty brings me joy and I am most passionate about my real job; selling real estate. Where we live makes a difference and I really enjoy helping others find a place they can call home.

Why I am a Mormon

I converted to the church in 1980. My conversion story makes me happy. I had a mighty change. I read stories in the scriptures of people who changed and think "Wow, I did that too". I am in awe and grateful I had the courage at age 18 to look at life differently. God prepared me. He planted seeds well before I was ready. I had two wonderful roommates who were seeking. I had a shift. A few years prior to taking the missionary discussions I had a close friend die. He was killed in a drunk driving accident. After his death he came to me. Possibly a dream. Maybe a vision. I knew it was real. We communicated. He was happy. He and I had dropped out of High School so when he said he was going to school I questioned his apparent joy. He said, "There is no homework". Flash forward a couple years and I was sitting with Elder Graham and Elder Bates. The Elders explained we have an opportunity to learn after we die. "It is like going to school but there is no homework". His words caught my attention. The Spirit reached my heart. I was forever changed. I love the teachings of Jesus Christ. I am grateful for the courage Joseph Smith had to ask a question. Not knowing has been as valuable to me as when I feel I have an answer. I am so very grateful for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Heavenly Father knows me and has absolutely reached down from Heaven to let me know He cares. I stand amazed.

How I live my faith

One of my favorite websites is lds.org. I fill up with goodness when I read, watch and listen to the many resources available. I am not a big fan of technology and to me the internet can be a complicated place but the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints website continues to reassure me that "all is well". Many of my prayers have been answered during early morning searches looking for moments of hope. It has become a rock in my storm. When I am curious about a teaching I find answers. When I am looking for a boost to my perspective I find new ways of seeing old ideas. I LOVE being able to re-listen to conference addresses and so very grateful for the videos. They uplift me, teach me and the spirit has been amplified in my life through the messages. To cross reference the scriptures on lds.org is amazing. To search meaning and definitions with just a click has opened my heart to better understanding the teachings of Christ. Regularly accessing lds.org has been one of the ways I have increased my faith and continue to feel firm in my testimony of things that are true.