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How To Make Your Home A Peaceful Place

Peace is something that's woefully lacking in our culture. Everywhere we look there is strife, unhappiness and fear. It's more important that ever to create a home that is filled with peace. In order to have a peaceful home, we have to take responsibility. Your home is...your home. As the woman, you are the one… Continue reading How To Make Your Home A Peaceful Place

Decor

Master Bedroom Project [and the contentment vs. laziness struggle]

I'm excited to start a new project for 2022 - formally decorating our master bedroom! I've never truly decorated our master bedroom - it's just a mishmash of furniture and decor that I've collected. I keep the room tidy and organized but I don't love how it looks. The room is well overdue for a… Continue reading Master Bedroom Project [and the contentment vs. laziness struggle]

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I Can’t Do Everything, But I Can Do Something {Homemaking Encouragement}

As a homemaker who commutes to an office job each day, I often feel like I'm just barely crossing off my weekly to-do list before it's time to flip the planner page and start a new week. There's so much more that I want to do. I want to make more snacks from scratch. I… Continue reading I Can’t Do Everything, But I Can Do Something {Homemaking Encouragement}

Faith

How To Find Practical Wisdom and Direction Through Prayer

One of the great blessings of living through an unprecedented pandemic has been, for me, learning to pray for guidance in both small and large decisions. It seems like every week there's a new question in my mind. In early March 2020: Should I visit my family in Tennessee this weekend? In mid-March 2020: Should… Continue reading How To Find Practical Wisdom and Direction Through Prayer

Enjoying The Journey

Lessons From The Coronavirus Pandemic and 6 Weeks of Self Quarantine

Like most of you, I've been "self-quaratining" at home since March 16. This is week six of only leaving the house for quick shopping trips, of working from home and having Paul home by 3 most days. Honestly, those things are basically my ideal life situation and I've enjoyed the chance to soak up extra… Continue reading Lessons From The Coronavirus Pandemic and 6 Weeks of Self Quarantine

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What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do

The words I've heard most often in the last week are these: "I just don't know." From friends, co-workers, family, church leaders, business owners, online content creators and strangers in line at the store, we're all there. How much toilet paper do I really need? How long is this pandemic going to last? What happens… Continue reading What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do