Fast and Frugal Energy Balls HEALTHY & FRUGAL SNACKING My kids love granola bars, but one box does not go very far in my large family. It can get expensive to purchase boxes of granola bars on a regular basis. Do we really know what is lurking in all of those boxes of granola bars?… Continue reading Fast and Frugal Energy Balls
Preventative Health and Home Remedies Years ago, when all of my children were under the age of ten it seemed as if we were always sick and at the doctors. But fast forward to the year 2019 and our health has dramatically improved. While we still get sick, it has been lessened and there are… Continue reading The Eleven Preventative Tips that Improved Our Family’s Health
How to Succeed in Achieving Your Goals in 5 Steps 1. Write it down Goals that are written down are 80% more likely to be achieved. 2. Make it visible Post your goals in a highly visible area to you. One where you see on a daily basis. For example, if you are trying to… Continue reading 5 Tips on How to Set and Achieve Goals for 2019; No More Resolutions!
I get overwhelmed easily, especially when it comes to making a decision. When I get overwhelmed, I tend to retreat and just give up, never setting forth in accomplishing anything. However, if something is already categorized and made simple for me, my life suddenly becomes easier. That is why I don’t set resolutions, instead I… Continue reading How to Organize Your Goals in Six Steps for 2019
Are you like me and every year you set resolutions that go something like this? “I want to lose 50 lbs by the beginning of next year.” “I am going to get organized and keep my home clean every single day.” “Every day I am going to read my Bible before my family wakes up.”… Continue reading Set Goals, Not Resolutions for the New Year
Health and fitness. Nutrition. Diets. Weight loss programs. Heading to the gym. Perfect workouts. Eat this not that. Low carb. High protein. Bariatric surgery. No GMO’s. There is a myriad of information floating around out there on the internet. All proclaim to have the answer when it comes to health, fitness, and nutrition and it… Continue reading Making healthier choices.
RECIPES AND HEALTH Every Friday in our Facebook group, Training Keepers of the Home, we share tips on health and/or recipes. This got me thinking about health in general and that as women how we often put ourselves last when it comes to our own health. Many women truly do put their families first… Continue reading Making Healthier Choices as a Woman
Do you know there is a difference between joy and hope? Joy is not happiness. Happiness is a fleeting, a positive response or feeling to something you like or to something good that happened. Happiness is temporary. Joy is an attitude of the heart, with more of an eternal perspective. Happiness is for the here… Continue reading Hope and joy
Eating is expensive. Large families are expensive whether you have one child or six children to keep fed. We have six children in our brood to feed so it is necessary for me to stick to a written menu each month in order to stay within our budget. I will share some foods that we… Continue reading Eight Frugal Meal Ideas
Chapter 2 Book Study: VIRTUOUS CONDUCT This chapter touches many nerves as Erin dives deep into teaching us about modesty in both our actions and attitude. We learn that even if our actions or apparel may be considered modest, that if we have an immodest heart that it is practically the same.… Continue reading LIVING VIRTUOUSLY: A Wife’s Complete Guide to Keeping Her House and Home (CHAPTER 2 BOOK STUDY)