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You Can Do This!

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The week ahead will not be without its challenges. But, you can do this!

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The Weekly Ramble

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The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. Talking about big dreams, freezer cooking, and getting things done.

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How to Save Time While Shopping

If you don’t have the time or you feel rushed while shopping, it isn’t much fun and it can cost you, both in time and money. Consider these tips for saving time while shopping.

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Our European Vacation: Paris Again and Better

Our European Vacation: Paris Again and Better

Are you needing a little kick in the pants when it comes to taking care of things on the homefront? I totally get you. Check out the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle that’s on sale this week. It’s chock-full of great ideas that will motivate you and make you feel like you can totally rock the Holly […]

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Enjoy the 50 Books Reading Guide

Enjoy the 50 Books Reading Guide for FREE (Limited Time)

Read and enjoy with your kids fifty books that will entertain as well as inform. The reading guide, Fifty Books to Enjoy with Kids, will help you provide extension activities to each book on the list. This post does include affiliate links. If you make a purchase from one of these Amazon links, I am […]

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Reader Q&A: Military Career? Yay or Nay?

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This week’s Q&A involves questions about careers in the military. What do you think about it? What advice can you give to a young person’s aspirations?

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A Homeschool Day in the Life with Kids Aged 17, 14, 12, 10, 8, & 6

A Homeschool Day in the Life with Kids Aged 17, 14, 12, 10, 8, & 6 | Life as MOM

Ever wonder what life is like when you’re me? Ha! Here’s a little peak into a day in my life with kids aged 17, 14, 12, 10, 8, and 6

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When Your Heart Breaks for a Friend

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We all know someone who’s hurting. How do we care for them and help them know they’re not alone? Recently, an old family friend shared the sad news of her miscarriage via Facebook. She is a young mom whose mother once comforted me many years ago — fifteen, in fact — when I had my […]

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