No matter what anyone tells you, being a homemaker is the most noble profession you can choose. It becomes your life – your identity and is all-consuming as you craft a home and love and care for your family. But in case you haven’t figured it out yet, homemaking is not a job.
I love imagining the kitchen of my dreams. Especially around Christmas time! Yes, I have a well-stocked kitchen already, but I’m always looking for ways to improve. And by improve, I may mean going more old fashioned. Check out some of these old fashioned kitchen Christmas gifts that I already have or that I’ve got my eye on this year.
Nobody has time for a stinky house. You want to be able to walk into your home and have it smell wonderful or at least have a neutral smell that you don’t even think about. With these natural and safe air fresheners for your home, you can be excited to walk in your front door again.
Homemaking is the art of making a house a home. At least that’s the way I view my homemaking profession. Sure, I want all the cute decor and pretty furniture, but I also want a healthy atmosphere for my family. One way I can support the physical health of my family is with these healthier homemaking baby steps.
Growing up, eating leftovers was never an option. It was a given. Leftovers were snacks. Leftovers were thrown in a big dish and became the most delicious casserole. As I got older, I learned some people just toss leftovers. If people knew how to reuse leftover food maybe so much wouldn’t be thrown away.