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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How to Keep Potatoes From Browning

This post goes out to Facebook fan Jessica. Good luck and have fun with your first major Thanksgiving cooking! I love to prep as much of my major cooking ahead of time as possible, especially for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. (I’ve even fed the family breakfast before bed to get a jumpstart on the next day. Note to self: bad idea.) Sometimes my prep backfires,…

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How to Make a Canning Ring Pumpkin via The Simple Homemaker

I don’t normally post crafts on TSHM. It is too easy to become mired under a pile of wanna-do’s and feelings of inadequacy, and I don’t want to increase that by making you feel like you should do more…more…more. But…crafts are fun, and as long as you commit to not overdoing it, I will post the occasional simple, affordable, totally doable project. Cross your heart?…

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The Perfect Holiday Redefined (www.TheSimpleHomemaker.com)

As mid-November rolls around, the fever hits. It begins with a little tickle, almost an itch, and in no time at all it is an all-consuming full body rash. It’s Holiday Fever! Do you feel the tickle? There’s nothing wrong with Holiday Fever that is kept in check, but when it isn’t caught early, it can take down a full-grown mama and her family, too, as collateral…

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Affording a Large Family

Rumor has it that raising a child through the age of 17 costs two hundred thousand dollars. That’s $200,000…which is a lot of zeros. Want to send them to college? Better get used to living in the poor house. Want more than two children? It’d be cheaper to get a lobotomy. (And most people will assume you have had a lobotomy if you’re crazy enough…

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Have I got an awesome deal for you people! In fact, as soon as I’ve finished telling you about it, I’m going to order it myself! For 5 days only, 27 respected Healthy Living authors have joined together to bundle 34 of their most popular eBooks, valued at just over $300, for the incredibly low price of $29. (Did you catch that incredibly low price?…

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The Simple Homemakers Simple Bread Recipe

Update: I posted this simple and delicious bread recipe a year ago, and since then many happy people have written to tell me that it really is simple and delicious. I am reposting it for all my new followers…and for all of those who didn’t believe me the first time around when I said it was simple and delicious. You know who you are!  Many…

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