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Financial Mistakes in our Newlywed Days

By | February 5, 2012

Image by epsos.de by Erin Odom, Contributing Writer With a new year always comes new talk goals, whether it be for your spiritual life, your health, or, for many people, your finances. Thankfully, besides our house, our family doesn’t have debt. But while we haven’t used credit cards since we were married nearly 7 years ago, Read More

Real Food Doesn’t Have to be “All or Nothing”

By | January 10, 2012

Image by sasha  by Erin Odom, Contributing Writer I must confess: I’m an all-or-nothing person. When I decide to do something–whether it be cloth diaper my child, achieve a natural birth in a hospital (shocking!) or blog, I go at it full force. But it can be to my detriment. Why? When you think everything has Read More

25 Things about Erin from The Humbled Homemaker

By | December 7, 2011

Today, we’re getting to know Erin a little better. Here are her 25 things! 1. I love Jesus!  2. My whole family (me, my hubby and two girls) all have red hair. I’ve never dyed it, but I probably will when it starts to turn gray. 3. I’m a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants person. I work best under Read More

Coconut-Cranberry Peanut Butter Truffles

By | December 3, 2011

By: Erin Odom, Contributing Writer The holiday season has officially begun and baking of all kinds of delicious treats has commenced as well. But you don’t have to be a master baker to make yummy candies for your family. Who says making holiday truffles has to be hard work? Chock full of seasonal cranberries and Read More

31 Real Food Baby Steps

By | November 12, 2011

by Erin Odom, Contributing Writer Today is my 31st birthday. I have NOT been eating real food for 31 years. In fact, I very much still consider myself a real food newbie—just like many of you. A newlywed friend recently asked me about some simple steps she could take to start eating better. I went Read More

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