Encouragement · Homemaking · Parenting

Does the Coronavirus Have You Feeling Stuck? 15 Ways to Incorporate Some Fun into Your Routine

Does the Coronavirus Have You Feeling Stuck In Your Routine? I will admit that I like having the same routine. I thrive with a consistent routine. However, my children have been feeling blah about this whole social distancing and shelter-in-place stuff with us not being able to go to the library, to youth group, or… Continue reading Does the Coronavirus Have You Feeling Stuck? 15 Ways to Incorporate Some Fun into Your Routine

Homemaking · Marriage

Learn How to Fight Laziness and Find the Joy in Homemaking

Fight Laziness and Find the Joy in Homemaking “How can I stay motivated?” “I never can get anything done at home” “Help me, get my life in order-I am so overwhelmed” These are just a few of the questions and comments I have received on the blog or on facebook regarding how to overcome the… Continue reading Learn How to Fight Laziness and Find the Joy in Homemaking

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Seasonal Chores and Keepers of the Home: Biblical Homemaking

  With this being my own personal season chore chart, you also can have the opportunity to create and print your own. ¬†Click here to download, create, and print the Seasonal Chore Chart. May I encourage you to continue reading more in The Mommy Blogger Series: Keepers of the Home for more informational articles and… Continue reading Seasonal Chores and Keepers of the Home: Biblical Homemaking

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How to Create a Morning Routine for Your Child

Good Morning Sunshine Let’s face it, mornings can be rough. Not everybody is a morning person. Personally, I enjoy mornings and think that the earlier I am up is even better. However, it is not the same for everybody. For example, my twelve year old daughter is not a morning person at all. But because… Continue reading How to Create a Morning Routine for Your Child