Homemaking

Posts related to home management and organization

Brave Mice, Scared Mama

I woke up around 3am to nurse the baby back to sleep. I rolled over and he latched on. He was still mostly asleep as he suckled himself back into a peaceful oblivion. I heard some rustling from the other room and, the next thing I knew, Biscuit was crawling into my...

Why I Don’t Keep a Clean House (And Neither Should You)

I may scare a few people off my confessing this but I'll confess anyway: I don't keep a clean house. It isn't a goal I'm heading toward. In fact, having a perfectly clean house is not even on my radar. What? Isn't that everyone's goal? Isn't that the role of a...

SALE OVER Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2014 – Details

  By popular demand, 100+ homemaking bloggers are bringing back The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, and it's better than ever! The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a complete library of great eBooks on homemaking—a truly valuable knowledge base you’ll use for many years...

How to Start a Beginner Vegetable Garden

A vegetable garden can be a great way to reduce grocery bills and increase the nutritional value of the food you eat but starting a vegetable garden can be very intimidating. There are so many methods and so many seed options that a new gardener can quickly become...

N is for Nutrition: How to Eat Healthier

When my husband and I were both working full time, our meals consisted of a lot of prepackaged foods. Canned soups, frozen pizza, hashbrowns, mac n cheese, cereal etc. I didn't have a lot of recipes under my belt and didn't enjoy cooking (still not my favorite thing...

G is for Increasing Gentleness Toward My Children

One of our household mantras go like this: How do we behave? Polite and Gentle and show each other Love. We first started this when my oldest was learning how to properly pronounce an "L." It encouraged him to repeat words with the "L" at the beginning, middle, and...