Monthly Archives: March 2015

Spring Has Sprung!

Spring is bursting upon us here in South Carolina!  I’ve been feeling slightly overwhelmed with so much still to do to prepare for spring, yet I can’t help but welcome the gorgeous sunshine and fresh air.  Our peach and plum … Continue reading

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Cleaning A House Where Kids Live

I just finished listening to this podcast episode entitled “How to Clean Your House (even when kids live in it)”.  It came at a key time and was such an encouragement to me!  I have struggled with balancing house cleaning, … Continue reading

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Less Work, More Food

I really enjoyed reading this blog post about getting greater results from your garden by doing less work.  That’s what I’m talking about!  As much as I enjoy a good hard day’s labor every now and then, I have plenty of … Continue reading

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Detect & Correct Common Causes Of Water Damage

I know how expensive a little leak can be, but this has some great tips for things you can do to detect and correct common causes of water leaks in your home.

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Grow Your Own Food!

I just got an invitation to this Homegrown Food Summit!  Perfect timing, since I just finished writing about the need for more of us to grow our own food. I hope you can find the time to check it out!  … Continue reading

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What Does “Organic” Mean??

I recently learned that wheat is often sprayed with glyphosate right before harvest to kill off the weeds in the field- leaving the heads of grain covered in poison!  No wonder more and more people are developing allergies and sensitivities to … Continue reading

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Train Up A Child

“Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” -Proverbs 22:6 Today my almost-3-year-old, Filip, ordered me out of the kitchen, saying, “Go away Mommy, I’m gonna wash … Continue reading

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