Tag Archives for " Homemaking "
Laundry never seems to end. There is always more laundry to do tomorrow. Streamline doing laundry. Invite your family to a folding party. Laundry Day is always more enjoyable when shared! Laundry Tip One: Sorting Divide the whites from colors and delicate weight fabric from heavier fabrics. I do towels, sheets, whites, color heavy, color […]Continue reading
Is your child's room a mess? When your child is sent to clean his room, does he get distracted and play instead of clean? This is normal. Children are often overwhelmed and do not know where to begin. When they look at a mess it is easier to play. Cleaning a room is a complex […]Continue reading
Do you struggle to keep a clean home? Are you tired of the "Chore Wars?" Does your home drive you to distraction? Do you feel guilty when teaching your children because the home is not running smoothly? Do you periodically stop everything to ditch the guilt by cleaning your home, only to feel guilty, because […]Continue reading
I have been known to "fly by the seat of my pants." That really means I did things by mood and usually in crisis mode. Have you ever heard the phrases– "I work best in a crisis?" Or "I work best under pressure?" I do not really think that is true, I think it is […]Continue reading
I was reading Titus 2 (King James Version) and it sounds like women are to stay home and take care of the house. Really? What is a "keeper at home?" I looked at other English translations: New International Version Bible- "to be busy at home…" New Living Translation Bible- "to work in their homes…" New […]Continue reading
Keep Pedaling and Moving Forward!When parents begin to homeschool, many look for a curriculum as a vehicle to help move their children towards being educated. Maybe the vehicle is not just a curriculum, but taking other things into account that impact children’s heart, allegiance, character, work ethic, brain development, core body balance, executive function, socialization […]Continue reading