Homeschooling is a big buzz right now with many parents thrust into what they thought was not an option for them. And invariably some will like it, some will love it and some will hate it. Its human nature I suppose. Some will decide this is definitely the path they should have taken all along and others will pray for
Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor compensated in any other way. So a few years ago I made a huge leap of faith and started fermenting my own sauerkraut (this was giant for me I’ll explain
I don’t know about the rest of y’all but I am completely exhausted with this covid mess! I mean like really DONE! I am not someone who runs around a lot anyway but not being able to see my family (like my mom or siblings ECT) is really wearing thin. Anyway I’ve been cooking SO much more since this all
I don’t know about anyone else but sometimes I have this really cool interest and when I start to learn about it I get all freaked out because it looks SO overwhelming! Anybody else have that issue? So I thought I would write a post on Breadmaking Basics for Beginners since there may be a lot of you wishing you
So I don’t know about you but we are definitely buying less and shopping less since this COVID-19 mess. And I gotta tell you though my fridge shelves look different and barer we are eating great! How is that possible? To Buy less and enjoy more? Just keep reading to find out! Change your mindset! First off, if you’re sitting
So all the hype right now is on the new to many concept of homeschooling because of this not-so-lovely virus COVID-19 going around. It literally has our world in an uproar! And while I will in no way attempt to give advice on this nasty virus other than wash your hands and stay home as much as possible, I will
So it is completely obvious what is on the minds of most people right now. It seems to be pretty divided with one side freaking out and the other side doing nothing. I really think a common sense approach is a middle ground somewhere. Don’t panic! First off, freaking out and going into panic mode is not helpful anytime, much
here’s encouragement for bringing out the wild in your child that feeds a thirst for adventure their whole lives.
They’re on the counters, double stacked on the bookcases and peeking out of places they don’t belong.😬 I love to read!
Seriously, where in the heck does it all come from? I’m pretty sure it sneaks in at night and fills up my cupboards with STUFF. So this article on how to Declutter when You’re a Hoarder hits me smack in the face.