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The Power of Something Simple

The following is a guest post from Michelle Colasante I’m a sharer. Almost to a fault. There’s really nothing I won’t pass on if I think it’s good intel. Like my sweater? I got it at Marshall’s for $9! Think the roast in my oven smells divine? Oh, that recipe is so easy, you just […]

How Freezer Cooking Can Work with Real Foods

- A guest post from Katie Kimball – If I wasn’t so madly in love with my husband, I might marry my freezer. I am deeply addicted to the ability to freeze food and make life more convenient in so many ways. It’s easy to assume that cooking from scratch means I forfeit quick meals […]

How to Balance Structure and Flexibility in Your Life as Mom

The following is a guest post written by Jamie Martin of Steady Mom and Simple Homeschool. Is it really possible to find the right balance between structure and flexibility as a mom? Many organizational books and resources lean drastically toward one extreme or the other. Either we should schedule each minute of our day to […]

Looking for Some Easy Ways to Fill the Freezer?

There’s no doubt about it, having a few meals stashed in your freezer can be great insurance against crazy nights when take-out is oh-so tempting. But, even if you don’t have several hours in one sitting to devote to freezer cooking, you can have convenience without the can. Check out my guest post at The […]

Easing Into a Laundry Routine: A Guest Post

Mine is a household that generates two tons of laundry virtually overnight. Thankfully, I like laundry. But, it can be difficult to stay on top of it no matter how much I enjoy it. That’s where having a routine can really bless you — and the rest of the family. Clean underwear is one of […]

Family Feasts and Once a Month Cooking: A Guest Post

Mary Ostyn is my hero. Well, one of them anyway. I haven’t read her blog, Owlhaven, for long, but I’ve read both her books over the last year. Reading A Sane Woman’s Guide to Raising a Large Family came at a time when I was feeling quite overwhelmed by the immensities of my “life as […]

$5 Dinners and Freezer Cooking: A Guest Post

Photo Source: Barb McMahon Today’s post is brought to you by fellow mom and foodie, Erin Chase, also known as the $5 Dinner Mom. Erin recently wrote a book called The $5 Dinner Cookbook, a great complement to your arsenal of tools for crafting  good eats that fit the budget. Here Erin shares how her […]

Stockpiling and Shopping In Your Own Kitchen

It’s so fun for me to read how other moms manage their households and to hear what they do to make ends meet. Today, Connie shares some of her tricks to “eat from the pantry” all year long. Being a stay at home mom with seven children means I have to be frugal in every […]