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How to Eat Well Without Using Coupons (9 Tips to Help You Save Money)

Cooking for a large family can become expensive quickly. It is easy to become overwhelmed and just order takeout. But if your family is like mine, and you have a budget and try to stick to it, then careful planning is necessary. Learn how my family saves money and eats healthily without using coupons. *Stick… Continue reading How to Eat Well Without Using Coupons (9 Tips to Help You Save Money)

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Cutting the Clutter

Six Tips for Cutting the Clutter by Laura Adams Clutter. The very word makes some of us shudder. One of the most important things I’ve learned as a homemaker is how to keep clutter under control. We have limited space. Our first apartment had a lot of closets, so that helped. Our current apartment has… Continue reading Cutting the Clutter

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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

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Training Keepers of the Home Resource Page

  As a busy mom, wife, homemaker, and a blogger, it has been essential for me to a trusty list of resources.  Of course, my Bible is the first place I turn to when I need proper guidance. However, the list of resources on this page have proven helpful and informative in my walk of Biblical… Continue reading Training Keepers of the Home Resource Page

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Save Time and Money by Doing Double and Saving Yourself the Trouble When Cooking

  Do Double and Save Yourself the Trouble As a mom, what are your most valuable resources? Time and money are two valuable resources that moms never seem to have enough of.  Meal times can be hectic and are often called the witching hour because the children are hungry and seem to be demanding your… Continue reading Save Time and Money by Doing Double and Saving Yourself the Trouble When Cooking

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Keepers of the Home : 5 Tips on How to Set and Achieve Goals for 2018; No More Resolutions!

    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… Continue reading Keepers of the Home : 5 Tips on How to Set and Achieve Goals for 2018; No More Resolutions!

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How to Organize Your Goals in Six Steps for 2018

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 2018

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Set Goals, Not Resolutions for the New Year

We are a few days into the New Year by now and many of you have set resolutions. Traditionally resolutions are set by well-meaning individuals wanting to better themselves and/or their life in the New Year. However, most resolutions fail because they are so vague. It is difficult to be successful at something that is… Continue reading Set Goals, Not Resolutions for the New Year

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Eight Reasons Why Debt is Bad for You

Why debt is not good for you: Relationships: Money problems are the number one cause of divorce for married couples. Stress and Medical Problems: Your health is worth it. Debt encourages you to spend more than you can actually afford. It prevents you from reaching your financial goals It can prevent you from owning a… Continue reading Eight Reasons Why Debt is Bad for You