5 Simple Tips for Gardening With Children

5 Simple Tips for Gardening With Children 5 Simple Tips for Gardening With Children

How to Boil, Peel, and Use Up Hard-Boiled Eggs

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The Serve One Another in Love Cafe

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Getting Through Hard Times {Finding Raisins in Your Cookies Instead of Chocolate Chips}

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Enjoying the Extras in Life Without Letting Them Take Over

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  At the Simple Home, we like to keep Christmas going and going and going. That’s great news for you, and here’s why. I belong to the Positively Real Media Network. It’s a bunch o’ non-judgmental Christian mamas that like to “keep it real” while striving to eat and parent in a wholesome, but realistic manner. (I say “striving” and “realistic” because right now I’m eating…

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IMPORTANT NOTE: If you live in my house, do not read this. I’m serious. Do not read! I’ll know if you do, so click away. That goes for you, too, Honey! (Insert angry eyes.)  Okay, folks, it’s officially the last minute. If you forgot the stocking stuffers, I’ve got your back with some great ideas–or at least some bulky ideas that will take up space….

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Festive Traditions Giveaway (www.TheSimpleHomemaker.com)

Please note: This review is for an e-cookbook. If you purchase or win this cookbook, you will be able to download it instantly onto your computer. It is not a hard copy, although you can print it yourself. To skip my review and buy Festive Traditions for instant download, make sure you go armed with the discount code SIMPLE25 for 25% off: Buy Festive Traditions….

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I’m supposed to be writing about Brussels sprouts. Somehow, I can’t force myself to think about Brussels sprouts right now (although these particular sprouts were unusually delicious). Another school shooting took place last week. I’m sure you heard. I wasn’t going to write about it, because it feels like capitalizing on tragedy. But somehow, I find myself here in the dark writing, a small child…

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10 Alternatives to Christmas Card Chaos (www.TheSimpleHomemaker.com)

This is a long-ish read, so feel free to click through to the section you want. The Christmas Card Chaos Alternatives are at the bottom. But you’ll be missing some good stuff…or at least some stuff. Lottsa stuff. My Family’s Christmas Card History My Philosophical Assessment on the Christmas Card Insanity (In other words, why?) A Little Reminder About Reality Versus the Internet A New…

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It Must Be Christmas - Stephen Bautista

My husband singer/songwriter Stephen Bautista just finished his brand new Christmas song, “It Must Be Christmas.” I couldn’t wait to share it with you, so he made a home recording and put it up on You Tube just in time for Christmas! I’d love it if you had a listen. If the video isn’t showing up here, you can pop on over to You Tube and have a listen…

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Truth in the Tinsel

Three things before we begin: This is last year’s review of Truth in the Tinsel, before we got into it much. I’m reposting this, because we really liked it, and I share things I like with you…because I like you. This post contains affiliate links. In fact, I think all the links are affiliate links. Whoa. Intense. If you want to skip my review and…

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