It's a cozy winter day, and I've been in the kitchen prepping chili. I've been contemplating ways to live slower and more intentionally. I've spent time homeschooling my little ones, and writing a grocery list. Such is the life of a homemaker, and I wouldn't trade it for anything! Today I would like to share … Continue reading A Homemaker’s Day | January 26, 2022
Happy Tuesday! I'm trying something a bit different today. Instead of writing about my morning here, I made a video about it and am sharing it below: https://youtu.be/38wvrQXsX2A In the video, I feed my sourdough starter, plant elephant garlic, homeschool my children, and prep dinner. It was a pretty typical morning in my home. I … Continue reading A Homemaker’s Morning || November 9, 2021 + Giveaway Winner
It has been a discouraging week, ladies. The presidential election of 2020 is all that is in the news right now, and I must admit that I've been waiting to hear the results with bated breath.Politics is not "my thing." I truly trust that it is the Lord is who puts our rulers in place, … Continue reading How Did We Get Here?
I have been tempted to throw myself a pity party this week. Tomorrow, we were supposed to visit Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. This was going to be a celebration of sorts since we paid off our cabin. Instead, we decided to forego our trip and start a new chicken flock amongst other things. We figured … Continue reading Here to Serve
This month has been full of joy for my family since we have welcomed our newest addition. Looking at his sweet little face makes joy come easy! This month, I've pretty much stayed at home, holding and tending to our newborn. It has been a time of reflection, and I've realized how thankful I am … Continue reading Joy at Home
We live in a two income culture where it is sometimes plain hard to keep our heads above water. And yet, our families need us to be at home. The security a stay-at-home mom brings to her family is priceless. So what's a mom to do? Can our families survive on a single income in … Continue reading We Can Afford to be Stay At Home Moms
The world is increasingly becoming a scary place. We no longer live in an era where safety is assured in public places. Last night my husband and I had a date night, which is usually code for running a few errands and enjoying a dinner together. While we were gone, Rusty pointed out an area … Continue reading The Refuge of Home
In my late teens, I wasn't living for the Lord. I quickly learned that a life spent worrying about myself was empty and futile when my daughter arrived on the scene. Oh my, everything quickly became all about her! But something still felt wrong in regards to my life. I still felt a sense of … Continue reading From Empty to Full – Finding Joy as a Keeper at Home