Biblical womanhood · Marriage

Mom: Why You Have the Best Job in the World

Mom: Why You Have the Best Job in the World When I was in college, there was no doubt that when I graduated, I would join the workforce. When I became pregnant as a newly married senior in college, I didn’t even think I would take the normal 6-week maternity leave.   I was taught… Continue reading Mom: Why You Have the Best Job in the World

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Three Tips to Help You With Organization

Three Tips to Help You Organize Your Home I love to organize. It’s one of those things that comes naturally to me and I enjoy doing it. Whether you like to keep things organized or not, it’s a great skill to have for running a household. Keeping your home organized makes life smoother and more… Continue reading Three Tips to Help You With Organization

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Mommy Blogger Series: Daily Routine and Chores

*Updated 04/01/2019. Additions will be in bold.  As with any growing family a schedule should be adaptable as the ages and needs of the family change.  Flexibility is very important in making a successful schedule. Elisabeth Elliot said, “This job has been given to me to do. Therefore, it is a gift. Therefore, it is a… Continue reading Mommy Blogger Series: Daily Routine and Chores

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Weekly Chores

Routines and Flexibility Routines are not meant to confine us, but rather define us.  With a well-thought-out homemaking routine, we can look ahead with confident expectation. We can go about our day with a joyful anticipation of knowing what we are going to do next. Even though we may have the best-laid plans, the Lord is… Continue reading Weekly Chores

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Seasonal Chores and Keepers of the Home: Biblical Homemaking

  With this being my own personal season chore chart, you also can have the opportunity to create and print your own.  Click here to download, create, and print the Seasonal Chore Chart. May I encourage you to continue reading more in The Mommy Blogger Series: Keepers of the Home for more informational articles and… Continue reading Seasonal Chores and Keepers of the Home: Biblical Homemaking

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Keepers of the Home: Organization

Titus 2:5 calls women to be ‘workers at home.’  We are to be ’employed’ at home. Because we are employed managing our homes, we must not sit idle. In Proverbs 31:27, it states that “She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.”  By managing our homes we are bringing… Continue reading Keepers of the Home: Organization

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Biblical Homemaking: Cleaning Tips and Helpful Hints

Proverbs 31 Advice I was raised in by an extremely organized mother who deeply respected her role as the manager our home. She taught me as basic, unspoken lessons: A clean house is a happy home. A clean home is organized, clutter-free, and stress-free. A clean home is not a perfect home. A clean home… Continue reading Biblical Homemaking: Cleaning Tips and Helpful Hints

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Frugality and Biblical Homemaking

Frugality and Biblical Homemaking Frugality is being a good steward of the blessings that the Lord has given you.  Most of the time, it is up to the homemaker to do the grocery shopping, buying of clothes, and other household items for the family. The homemaker must be able to take the needs of her… Continue reading Frugality and Biblical Homemaking

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Mommy Blogger Series: 31 Tips to Help You Begin Saving Money on Groceries

How to Save Money on Groceries Keep a stocked pantry with the basics. Make a menu and stick to it. Make a grocery list and stick to it. Shop sales and stock up. Many plan their weekly menu around what is on sale. Shop for the basics 2 times a month (produce more often). Shopping… Continue reading Mommy Blogger Series: 31 Tips to Help You Begin Saving Money on Groceries