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Goals and Things for 2021

Photo by STIL on Unsplash Hey! Happy Monday. Sorry I fell off the map at the end of my blogmas journey but when you make a decision to an entirely DIY Christmas on Thanksgiving you tend to spend a lot of time you hadn't planned on spending behind the sewing machine the week leading up… Continue reading Goals and Things for 2021


The Dignity and Sanctity of the Home

Merriam-Webster defines "home" as " one's place of residence." Alternatively home can be defined as "the social unit formed by a family living together." While both of these definitions are very generic and stale they get the basic point across. Home is a dwelling place where a family unit (however that may be defined) lives… Continue reading The Dignity and Sanctity of the Home

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Looking Forward and Planning Ahead

I think we can all agree that 2020 hasn't been the most splendid year that we have all experienced. The year started off, in my opinion on rocky ground simply due to the fact that it is an election year. We began the year being bombarded with campaign ads and propaganda insisting we consider voting… Continue reading Looking Forward and Planning Ahead

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Homemaking Monday: My Fall Homemaking Bucket List

Photo by Scott Webb on Unsplash HAPPY FALL Y'ALL!!! I have a confession. I have kinda a love/hate relationship with fall. I absolutely LOVE the colors, smells, and tastes of the season. I am never one to turn down anything pumpkin spice but I'm also not going to say no to a good old fashioned… Continue reading Homemaking Monday: My Fall Homemaking Bucket List


Creating a Cleaning Schedule that Works

Cleaning. It's like the adult version of "The Neverending Story" isn't it. You can spend hours cleaning a particular room of your house and then just a few short days (or minutes in my case in a home with three young children) it just has to be done all over again. And then, while you… Continue reading Creating a Cleaning Schedule that Works