Is it hard to practice being a Mormon?

I guess this is a matter of opinion. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church), I don't think it is difficult at all, but you might.

Generally, Sundays consist of 3 hours of Church services, unless you are in the leadership of the congregation, then you could spend 4 to 8 hours at the church. Following Church, the rest of the day is spent with family. There is no shopping, movies, eating out, attending sporting events, working, etc. on Sunday.

Throughout the rest of the week, most Mormons spend about an hour a day praying and studying the scriptures at home. Monday evenings are set aside for families to spend time together. Often we will have youth groups or congregation activities at the Church sometime during the week. Usually a few times a month we will help someone else in the congregation, usually by cooking them a meal or visiting with them in their home.

In addition, our lifestyle consists of no alcohol, coffee, tea, tobacco, or illegal drug use. We try to dress modestly and keep our language pure (no swearing!). We do not have sexual relationships outside of a legal heterosexual monogamous marriage. We follow the Ten Commandments. We try to be honest, hardworking, and examples of Jesus Christ. We also follow the Biblical principle of the Tithe, which means we give 10% of our income to the Church. This money goes to humanitarian and charity work, as well as construction and maintenance of our church buildings.

Maybe you could try it for a week or so and see if you think it is difficult or not!