cutting out Christmas stress

As we draw nearer and nearer to Christmas day, and really, the whole season, I can’t help but make mental lists of all I need to do. Decide on a theme for cards. Photograph, design, and mail cards. Sort through Christmas decor. Decorate outside of house. Finish making gifts. Decide on a menu for family […]

October book reviews

Disclosure: These books was provided to me at no cost in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Here are the latest books I was offered for review!  The first is Hurt Road by Mark Lee of the band Third Day. I enjoy biographies so this was a book I looked forward […]

further thoughts on marital submission according to the bible (part three)

Catch up on the mini series here. Do you ever feel like your husband needs to “man up”?  Are you being too controlling in your marriage, which is preventing him from being in the God-given role as head of the home? In 1 Timothy 2:12, Paul (as directed by God) writes these words “But I […]

what is simple living?

Minimalism, simple living, modest lifestyle…they are all terms that have been floating around lately.  These are not new concepts but it seems like the blogging and social media world has become increasingly obsessed with this way of life. Whatever word you use, I’m sure it is a concept you have toyed with before.  The idea […]

balancing homemaking and hobbies

Today I want to share a quick post about finding a balance between homemaking and still having time for hobbies.  Personally, I could spend all day either sewing, knitting, or reading!  In fact, I have done that on more than one occasion…Even blogging is a hobby of mine that I could spend way too much […]