Are you familiar with the expression, “many hands make light work?” This is so true! The more help you receive for a particular task, the easier and quicker the task is to complete. Why not use this year’s spring cleaning as n opportunity to get the entire family involved including your stepchildren?
Fall brings with it many opportunities to spend time with our family. It may be getting too cool for the beach in some areas, but you get to enjoy beautiful autumn leaf colors, different fruits and vegetables and let’s not forget: football!
One of the biggest reasons people are unable to read their bibles as regularly is because of a lack of time. As busy people, moms especially, the first question we hear after a long day is “what’s for dinner?” Sounds familiar? More and more moms are hopping on the slow cooker train, and for good reason. It’s convenient, saves time and money.
Is it me or does it appear as though the price on everything goes up when a natural disaster is approaching? Along with price increases, when going into home improvement or grocery stores for storm supplies, there are either only a few items remaining, or nothing left on the shelves!
I have found that there are many things that we can do to prepare for a disaster before and after a storm while on a strict budget. Most things can be done ourselves using items found right in our homes.
It’s summertime and everyone is looking for something fun to do. Searching for activities to do that is not only fun but also wholesome may sometimes be difficult to find. In previous posts, I explain why the time and effort involved in choosing good entertainment is so important. I will briefly touch on these reasons and give you recreation options that suits the preference each family. Whether you like to spend your free time inside or outdoor, I’ve got you covered!