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9 Tips for Safe, Organized Spring Cleaning

By | February 14, 2014

This post is sponsored by Branch Basics. When I walked outside earlier this week, I heard an interesting sound.  It was…dripping.  Caused by melting snow!  I could almost smell spring in the air…. It’s been a brutally cold, snowy winter.  We’ve been cooped up, and we’ve been living in Crazy Town some days.  But it’s almost Read More

3 Tips for Planning a Harvest Party — A Halloween Alternative

By | October 23, 2013

By Jessica P, Contributing Writer Our family has done the trick-or-treat thing. So I’m not here to tell you NOT to trick-or-treat or do any other Halloween related activities. Families come down on either side of that issue and for sure, there’s the good, the bad and the ugly about the whole thing. But that Read More

A Natural & Classy DIY Scent for the Home

By | October 16, 2013

By Megan Ciampa, Contributing Writer Now that it’s fall and most folks across the country are spending less time outside, it seems I find myself hosting more get-togethers inside my home versus out. This is a natural progression of the seasons, where we gather more frequently inside and share holidays and other special occasions together. Read More

A Complete Homemaking Library for Under $30…Only Two Days Left

By | May 3, 2013

**SALE IS NOW OVER**  Please subscribe to our newsletter to be notified of future deals! I know it’s been kind of a crazy week around here. I normally don’t promote things so heavily or do so much all at once.  Really.  I try to keep it to a couple days a month, usually.  But I really Read More

Updating Your Organization: Homemaking and Homeschooling Tips

By | May 1, 2013

In the last year or so, it’s been my goal to get my homemaking under control.  My house was often a mess (toys and clothes and dishes and trash in all directions) and I didn’t clean it often enough.  Oh, I ran through and “blitz” cleaned it every couple of weeks, but I somehow expected Read More

Do You Need Help with Homemaking? Don’t Miss This Deal!

By | April 29, 2013

**SALE IS NOW OVER**  Please subscribe to our newsletter to be notified of future deals! Today I have something super fun to tell you about.  If you were around last week, then you may already have heard this was coming — but today, I’m releasing the full details. If you’re overwhelmed by all of this, you might Read More

FAQs About Ultimate Homemaking Bundle Sale

By | April 26, 2013

Since the bundle sales are new to some of you, and possibly confusing, I thought I would try to answer some of the questions that I get asked most frequently.  There is a lot going on with these and I want to make sure that you know what is happening. I’m posting this because on Monday, Read More

Coming Soon: The Ultimate Homemaking Ebook Bundle!

By | April 24, 2013

**SALE IS NOW OVER**  Please subscribe to our newsletter to be notified of future deals! I know there have been a lot of bundle sales lately.  But I absolutely have to tell you about this one. It doesn’t launch until next Monday (5 days away) but we (the authors) are finally allowed to talk about it!  The sale Read More

Guest Post: 5 Steps to an Easier Morning Routine

By | March 8, 2013

Image by Hugo Quintera This is a guest post by Laura of The Spinach Spot.  We’re having a series of guest posts throughout March and April so that Kate can focus on some time with her family, including the new baby! Whether you need to get out the door for an appointment, work, school or Read More

7 Tips on Why (and How!) Moms Need to Take Care of Themselves

By | February 22, 2013

As I write this, I’m almost 37 weeks pregnant.  All I really want to do is go to sleep.  The next few weeks will move both crazy fast…and super slow.  And frankly, I’ve learned, if I don’t take care of myself…I won’t make it. Moms need to learn this idea in general.  It’s so important to Read More

5 Tips for Home Organization with Small Children

By | January 29, 2013

Daily Tip: If your family or life situation changes, give yourself permission to quit a habit or find a new or easier way to do it.  You don’t have to be a super person; you have to be realistic. As anyone with small children knows, keeping your home clean and organized is…difficult.  Children like to make Read More

How to Create and Maintain a Workable Laundry Routine

By | January 19, 2013

Daily Tip: If something doesn’t work for you, that doesn’t mean you have failed.  It means that method wasn’t right for you – try something new. By Faith Storms, Contributing Writer Laundry is easily the number one chore about which I hear fellow stay at home moms complain. I don’t share this sentiment, but start talking Read More

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