Take 5, Ladies! The Best Advice Mom Ever Gave Me

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By Kate Lenhof, utahvalley360.com

More often than not, mother knows best. We asked five locals about their mother’s greatest words of wisdom.

Joilyn Anderson, Lehi She always told me ‘Remember who you are!’ and she encouraged me to live my life the fullest.

Joilyn Anderson, Lehi
She always told me ‘Remember who you are!’ and she encouraged me to live my life the fullest.

Brian Nelson, Spanish Fork  My mother tried to teach us that you will get out of things what you put into them. If you have a rotten attitude, things will be rotten. And if you have a good attitude, things will be good.

Brian Nelson, Spanish Fork
My mother tried to teach us that you will get out of things what you put into them. If you have a rotten attitude, things will be rotten. And if you have a good attitude, things will be good.

Jake Young, Alpine She always told me not to worry about the small stuff. She taught me that if you are kind to others and serve them, your own worries will disappear.

Jake Young, Alpine
She always told me not to worry about the small stuff. She taught me that if you are kind to others and serve them, your own worries will disappear.

David Page, Orem  My mom always loved to say ‘You’ll attract more flies with honey than with vinegar.’

David Page, Orem
My mom always loved to say ‘You’ll attract more flies with honey than with vinegar.’

Kim Jackson, Lindon My mom always looked for the good qualities in her children and encouraged us to develop those qualities by furthering our education.

Kim Jackson, Lindon
My mom always looked for the good qualities in her children and encouraged us to develop those qualities by furthering our education.

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Kate Lehnhof Nash first joined Bennett Communications as a summer intern in 2009. Now, as an associate editor, she writes for magazines including Utah Valley Magazine, Utah Valley Bride and Prosper. Kate lives in Springville with her husband Steve and enjoys running, reading, sushi and her french bulldog, Chief.

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