Back to School Fall time means that children are back to schooling. And long gone are the lazy hazy days of summer. Your mornings probably are rushed as you pack lunches, make beds, and send the children to school. Or maybe you homeschool, but your mornings are still rushed and hectic. So when dinnertime hits,… Continue reading Five Fast and Frugal Crock Pot Recipes For Your Busy Schedule
Where the writing begins. Simple. Easy. Real. Honest. I have a lot to say. Maybe nobody wants to hear it. However, here are a few random facts about me. I am Jesus’ girl. First and foremost in everything. I love to write and been keeping a journal and/or writing since I was thirteen years old.… Continue reading Faith, family, and frugality
Blog. It is a rather odd word if you think about it. It was not a word that had even entered my vocabulary until I began having children. Since the birth of my children, I actually had began a few blogs and eventually would abandon them for various reasons. Originally, I thought that my blog… Continue reading Introduction and a few other things…..
Have a staycation. If you cannot afford to travel anywhere at all, stay home. Make a day out of it or week. Prepare ahead of time. Relax and enjoy all that you have worked hard for. Take small day trips, if you want to avoid hotel costs. These are usually more affordable and are great… Continue reading 30 Tips to Help Your Family Save Money This Summer
FRUGAL, FINANCIAL, AND DEBT FREE MONDAYS In our large family, clothing our children could easily become a very expensive endeavor if we were to buy only brand new clothes. When it comes to buying clothing, how much do you spend on average per person each year? Whether you have one child or ten children, clothing… Continue reading How to Save Money on Your Children’s Wardrobe: 9 Tips to Save You Money!
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
For the Love of Writing I love writing and by the age of 42, I have been writing for the majority of my life. Just as the types of writing changed over the years, so has the purpose and intent of my writing. As a child, I wrote to be creative. When I was a… Continue reading Mommy Blogger Series: Keepers of the Home
The Story Behind the Debt Once upon on a time, there was a girl who graduated college and was excited to begin her future. With stars in her eyes and a wedding ring on her left hand, she landed her first teaching job and bought her first home with her new husband. The new husband… Continue reading “Debt is Dumb, Cash is King”
As a young wife and mother who has the desire to find the truth about homemaking, marriage, and finances; where are you supposed to turn? The World Wide Web can be a confusing map on the information highway. Are you seeking the truth, but confused about where to turn? Do you need some money saving… Continue reading My Favorite Top Ten Christian Blogs