I remember always being confused by the saying “don’t take it personal.” I would always think to myself (and sometimes express out loud in frustration), “how can I not take it personal when you are speaking to me, about me?!” That’s as personal as it gets, right? Recently, though, I’ve gained new perspective on what… Continue reading Minimizing Yourself
Last Frugal Friday post for August!
When I looked for a picture to go with this post I came across a lot of 1950’s images of women in aprons cooking or cleaning and modern women multitasking (usually looking overwhelmed). As a homemaker (especially full-time) a lot of effort and focus go into preparing food and cleaning, which is great. But being… Continue reading The Other Side of Homemaking
If you are interested in moving away from processed food to more whole foods, it may appear to you that eating healthier is more expensive. This doesn’t have to be be the case. Here are a few quick tips to keep the grocery bill under control while nurturing your body. Don’t buy all your food… Continue reading Frugal Friday: Eating Well Can Be Affordable
1 Timothy 6:8 “If we have food and covering, with these we shall be content” In every direction we turn we face something or someone telling us that we can or should have more. More food, clothes, house, fun, money, stuff, beauty…the list goes on. The one thing we rarely hear is that we should… Continue reading Be Content
I guess the first question we should ask ourselves is, “Is a simple life important to me?” If your answer is yes, then I’m sure that’s why you’re here. If your answer is no, then let me take a moment to explain to you why a simple life can be exactly what you need. For most… Continue reading The Value of a Simple Life and the Right Questions to Get You There.
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