This week I have been training my daughter in the laundry room. She already folded and put away laundry, but I wanted her to learn the whole process. Sort the clothes Put a load in the washer. Add correct mount of soap. Make sure all the knobs are at the right setting and start washer.… Continue reading Average Housewife Dilemma: White Laundry Turned Pink
I went for a run. Read my Bible. Showered, ate breakfast, and made coffee. Put dinner in the slow cooker. Started a load of laundry. Now, I’m cleaning my desk, so I can plan homeschool the rest of the day. Right when I was finishing up this post, my mouse stopped working, and I had… Continue reading Productive Morning of an Average Housewife
Today I’m linking up with iHomeschool Network’s Birthday Lessons in August and I have the privilege of featuring Julia Child. By KUHT [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons Julia (Williamson) Child was born August 15, 1912. Growing up in Pasadena, CA, Julia rarely ate her mother’s cooking because they had a hired cook. She lived a comfortable… Continue reading Happy 100th Birthday, Julia Child!
I am raising my daughters to be homemakers. Whether they get married or not, they will have a home to take care of. I want to equip them while their young and as they grow how to keep a home. One of the ways that I have done that is to make my daughters a… Continue reading A Homemaking Journal for your Daughter
Have you ever had one of those days? or maybe it’s one of those weeks? You don’t feel motivated or your barely home, so the laundry waits another day, and the dishes and, and… I had one of those weeks last week and I found myself standing in my kitchen. I just stood there and… Continue reading Reality Check
I have been making my own bread for almost 2 years now. I really enjoy doing it because it’s cheaper, healthier, tastier, and my family loves it. It’s also really easy to make once you get the hang of it. It takes about 2 hours, but most of that time it’s rising.You can take that… Continue reading Thrifty Thursday :: Making Your Own Bread
There are endless ways to save money on cleaning. Just search on the web and you’ll get so many options you won’t know where to start. Now I’m going to add my ideas into the mix. These ways may not seem all that thrifty at first, but I have found that they really save me… Continue reading Thrifty Thursday :: Green Quality Cleaning
I really like having a clean house to live in, but lately my cleaning has taken the back seat to everything else. This has left me one step behind, when I would rather be one step ahead. That is why I have made it one of my goals this month to get back into my… Continue reading My Cleaning Schedule
Photo by Alan Cleaver This is my first time doing 3 in 30 and I’m really excited about it. It seems like it will be a great way to help me accomplish my goals month to month. I will be listing 3 goals I want to complete this month. At the end of the month I’ll… Continue reading Time to Set a Few Goals
I really like this pie crust for pot pie because it’s tasty, flaky and really easy to make.