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
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
Biblical Home Management for God’s Glory In Proverbs 31:27, it states that “She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.” As Christ followers and homemakers, we have a specific calling to manage our homes. By managing our homes we put the needs those that live… Continue reading Keepers of the Home and Biblical Home Management
Morning Routines Every morning my children follow the same routine. Our routine allows my six children to move like a well-oiled machine as they get ready for school. We have the routine nearly perfected and it works well for us. However, today our well-oiled machine was not running smoothly at all. Somebody must have forgotten to… Continue reading Teaching Your Children a Lesson By Allowing Them to Fail
Overwhelmed? Anxious? Trying to tame the beast? Feel like your life is out of control? You are not alone. In fact, one study learned that 40 million American adults are affect by an anxiety disorder. Life can be busy. Life can get overwhelming. I feel like I have somewhat borderline OCDish (that’s a word, right?)… Continue reading Are You Overwhelmed? Anxious? Stressed? What Does the Bible Say About It?
I have a large family, six of whom are children. In this family we are a team. We often work together or independently for the greater good of our team. We serve each other, often reluctantly, but nonetheless. My husband and I believe that our children will benefit from hard work, routine, and serving… Continue reading Chores and children