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Ways to Streamline Your Life (Part Three)

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Follow these ways to streamline your life so things will be easier, more fun, more productive. Use your time wisely so you can enjoy your life more! Ever feel like you’re riding a really slow horse in a long line of really slow horses? Life can be like that. You have places to go, people […]

My Baking Drawer

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Years ago I spent several weeks reading books on household organization. One of the tips I found (though I can’t remember where) was the idea of consolidating all your baking utensils in one place. Here’s my baking drawer. This is where I keep all my measuring spoons and measuring cups as well as the blades […]

Baking Day – Storage Systems

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Having wonderful baked goods is a beautiful thing. Stashing them in the freezer so that they are at the ready is even better. But, how you store them is pretty important. They won’t go bad, per se. Freezer burn won’t make you sick. It just tastes bad. And then, what’s the point? For most cakes […]

Time for Mom: What’s Your Plan?

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(This post is part of an ongoing discussion about how to become “a woman you can count on.” You can start at the beginning or just jump in here.) Successful time management is essential to a well-run home and a sane family life. There are plenty of books out there that address this topic. But, […]

Have You Gone Green?

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I’m looking for guest bloggers on green topics: recycling composting growing your own reducing waste anything else under the sun that’s eco-friendly Email me (lifeasmom at sbcglobal dot net) if you’re interested in providing a guest post.

Time for MOM: Spend Your Time Wisely

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(This conversation about becoming a woman you can count on started here.) In my efforts to grow as a wife and as a mother, I desire to manage my time better. As I mentioned last week, I feel woefully swamped. There are NOT enough hours in my day to do all that I want to, […]

Time for Mom: Put Your Hands to the Task

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If you’re just now tuning in, you can catch the beginning of the conversation here. My overarching goal for the year as a wife and a mother is to grow in reliability. I want my husband and my children to know that they can count on me. A few weeks ago I hit a low […]

Time for MOM: Prioritizing

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The continuing saga of learning to be a woman you can count on. My husband and I are having an ongoing conversation about priorities. It’s “ongoing” for a number of reasons, one being that it’s difficult to complete a sentence, let alone a conversation in a busy household where there are diapers to change, fights […]