How do Mormons live their lives?

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) live their lives similar to anyone else in their community. They live in regular homes, apartments, and neighborhoods, where their neighbors may or may not be Mormons as well. They drive cars, watch T.V., play video games, and enjoy other modern activities. They hold normal jobs - doctors, dentists, sales, business, construction, finance - whatever they want to do. They celebrate most national, local and Christian holidays. They attend public schools, participate in local sports teams, and shop at the same stores as everyone else.

The only differences you may be able to see in the lives of Church members are:
-avoiding alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs, coffee, and tea.
-avoid swearing and harsh language
-modest dressing (shorts and skirts to the knees, no sleeveless shirts, etc)
-no tattoos or excessive piercings
-very devoted to Church, spending an average of 4 hours a week in Church meetings.
-pray and read scripture daily
-very involved in family-oriented activities
-avoid shopping, movies, sporting events, and other entertainment on Sunday.

See the "Related Links" below to learn more about the Church and it's members.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) live their lives similar to anyone else in their community. They live in regular homes, apartments, and neighborhoods, where their neighbors may or may not be Mormons as well. They drive cars, watch T.V., play video games, and enjoy other modern activities. They hold normal jobs - doctors, dentists, sales, business, construction, finance - whatever they want to do. They celebrate most national, local and Christian holidays. They attend public schools, participate in local sports teams, and shop at the same stores as everyone else.

The only differences you may be able to see in the lives of Church members are:
-avoiding alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs, coffee, and tea.
-avoid swearing and harsh language
-modest dressing (shorts and skirts to the knees, no sleeveless shirts, etc)
-no tattoos or excessive piercings
-very devoted to Church, spending an average of 4 hours a week in Church meetings.
-pray and read scripture daily
-very involved in family-oriented activities
-avoid shopping, movies, sporting events, and other entertainment on Sunday.

See the "Related Links" below to learn more about the Church and it's members.