We spend so much time as a society trying to improve our busyness, one-upping our friends on how busy we are, and sharing the constant activities, places, and events we’re either participating in, preparing to participate in, or have just participated in.
To begin the series I’m including gift ideas for that Christian woman on you shopping list (or maybe for you, if you’re looking to treat yourself).
I can only begin to imagine the heartache this dear family is experiencing, and although you may not know them personally, I felt led to share their story with you.
This is caused by anything from major to minor; being transparent here, it’s generally something so incredibly minor I’m hard-pressed to remember what caused my day to go off the rails.
This green chili and chicken enchilada recipe makes enchiladas that are the perfect comfort food, and can be prepped (ideally) a day ahead and stored in the fridge overnight.
Being responsible for the Christian parenting–not just the physical well-being, but the spiritual life of our young children, can be especially daunting.
We often have amazing ‘goals’ we are striving for as we follow God’s teaching of how to raise our precious little ones into God honoring adults.
Today, I’m sharing a shortbread recipe that I tweaked one day after discovering all of my chocolate chips had vanished.
I’m still not 100 percent sure they didn’t grow legs and walk away, but I’m moving on (and keeping a better eye on the chips I’ve bought to replace them).
This recipe is a quick, easy, and versatile shortbread recipe that will work perfectly for gifts or gatherings this holiday season.
Bonus, it is simple enough for your children to do (mostly) on their own.
As someone who hates being rushed, and never feels like there is enough time in the day, why would I choose to make something like bread machine hamburger buns from scratch?
Without all the trappings the world has decided people need, truly happy people get to enjoy the life they’re living. They focus on their loved ones; making memories, working together, sharing struggles and successes, supporting one another.
In favor of being ‘real’, I’ll start this post by admitting I don’t enjoy sharing my kitchen with anyone. Especially not with children. I know, I can already hear the horrified gasps of other homeschool mothers who are much more domestic than I am.