Totally Unprepared for Christmas? Just do this.

Totally Unprepared for Christmas? Just do this. Totally Unprepared for Christmas? Just do this.

Three Ways to Maintain Your Focus on CHRISTmas {Great for Homeschoolers}

Three Ways to Maintain Your Focus on CHRISTmas {Great for Homeschoolers} Three Ways to Maintain Your Focus on CHRISTmas {Great for Homeschoolers}

Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas — Week 9

Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas — Week 9 Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas -- Week 9

Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas — Week 8

Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas — Week 8 Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas -- Week 8

Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas — Week 7

Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas — Week 7 Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas -- Week 7

There are many ways to celebrate Easter with food, and many of them point directly to the Resurrection, such as this Jelly Bean Gospel or these Resurrection Rolls or these Resurrection Cookies. Chocolate Bunny Oatmeal has nothing to do with anything. It’s just plain fun. That happy, oblivious little bunny has no idea what’s about to transpire. Serve up bowls of piping hot oatmeal and…

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This is my last post as The Simple Homemaker…sort of. Here’s the deal people: I’m moving over to my family’s other blog, The Travel Bags. Why? Great question. You always ask the best questions. You’re so clever! There are several reasons: ONE: I need to be part of the team.  My family of 10 has a full-time traveling Christian music mission, as you probably know…

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8 Tips for Taking Down Christmas Deocrations

Our decorations stay up until after Three King’s Day, a.k.a. Epiphany, a.k.a. There Isn’t a Single Needle Left on This Tree. Why? Because I love Christmas, and I especially love the laid back days after Christmas, so why not celebrate all twelve of them! I know many people like to get the decor put away tout d’suite, because it feels clean. To each their own. Here are some tips…

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When I was a wee lass, we woke from our dreams of dancing sugarplums to a Christmas morning breakfast of 27 varieties of Christmas cookies: fudge, snickerdoodles, chocolate-covered pretzels, chocolate crackles, spritz, and 22 others, including my personal favorite, pecan fingers. Drooool! It was this ol’ gal’s a child’s dream breakfast! Yeah, my mom rocked the motherhood thing! Because she had done all the baking…

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Last week you finished up everything that can be done ahead of time. You’re prepared for guests or travel, your gifts are ready to go under the tree, other gifts have been mailed, cards have been sent or intentionally abandoned, cookies fill your freezer or pantry, outfits are hanging up, the house is decorated, and everyone is smiling because you’ve been spending time with them…

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Unless you are my super-organized friend Tammy, you probably have a few missions from the Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas to finish up. That’s what we’re doing this week–putting the bow on our Christmas prep. Take a peek at all your presents. Has everything been wrapped? Delivered? Shipped? Are your stocking stuffers organized according to person–I use shopping bags, but you can use whatever…

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If you’ve been following along on our Twelve Weeks of a Simple Christmas missions, you are almost finished with buying, wrapping, and sending gifts; you’ve got a great start on cards or you’re finished; you’ve got the meal planned and many of the non-perishables tucked away; you’ve got the month scheduled so as to enjoy your favorite activities without being overbooked; and you even have…

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