Six Valuable Lessons that My Mother Taught Me Growing up I called myself the ‘black sheep’ of the family because I felt so different in my thoughts and actions. While my father, mother, and brother were quiet souls who were content staying home and living a fairly peaceful life; I wasn’t. In my youth, I… Continue reading Six Valuable Lessons that My Mother Taught Me
Encouragement for the Christian Homemaker Being a Christian woman is not a walk in the park. Often our days as wives, mothers, and homemakers are tiresome, tough, and tedious. This combination leaves us exhausted, feeling depressed, and burdened down by weight of our responsibilities. I want you to find the support that you need to… Continue reading Encouragement for the Christian Homemaker
Be an Encourager to Your Children Are you a mom that is constantly frustrated with the actions of your child? Do you find that you have to nag them to get things done? Do you wonder what went wrong and why your children don’t listen to you? Are you disheartened in hearing the nonstop whining… Continue reading Be an Encourager to Your Children
When Life Hands You Lemons…..Make Lemonade Yesterday was one of those days that my family will remember for a long time. The minute all six of my children and I sat down to do our schooling, our chocolate lab, Zuma decided she needed to go outside. Usually she does her doggy business, sniffs around for… Continue reading When Life Hands You Lemons…..Make Lemonade
The Weight of Mom Guilt Have you ever had one of those days? You know those days when nothing.goes.your.way? That was my day yesterday. In fact, at one point I would l could have called it a downright rotten day. Rocky Start to Our Day Nothing was going my way. (Yeah, I know selfish, right?)… Continue reading Mom Guilt and God’s Great Grace
Where are your priorities? What comes first in your life? Your health?Your looks?Your home?Your husband?God?Your children?Your hobbies?Your friends?Your career? “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Matthew 6:21 A quick look at your calendar, actions, thoughts, and activities can tell you where your priorities lie. Where you invest your time, prayers,… Continue reading What Are Your Priorities? Living the Life God Intended
TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO BE ORGANIZED Teach your children to be organized from an early age, because it will save you time and tears later on. Years ago, I taught my children the concept of, “in with something new, out with something old”. To this day, when we get gifts, clothing, or toys; we pack… Continue reading Teach Your Children to be Organized
Is Your Home a Well-Oiled Machine? A well-managed home is like a well-oiled machine. All parts move together in unison and working together for the greater whole. As the manager of your home, you are the not the only ‘worker’ of the house. What is the manager of the home? Read more here. But as… Continue reading Is Your Home a Well-Oiled Machine?
But, I Did Not Marry Prince Charming…….8 Ways to Help You Divorce-Proof Your Marriage Where is my Prince Charming? Are you like most women in America these days, wondering where your Prince Charming went? Maybe your husband is driving you crazy these days. You don’t feel any passion in your marriage. Or perhaps maybe you… Continue reading 8 Ways to Help Divorce-Proof Your Marriage When You Did Not Marry Prince Charming
Are you a procrastinator? What is stopping or preventing you from being productive at home? Does the thought of doing a task completely overwhelm you at times, often to the point of not even attempting to do it? As homemakers we can be a busy bunch. Our schedules and lives are full. There are faces… Continue reading Is Procrastination Stopping You from Being Productive as a Homemaker?