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.
As a new(ish) parent (my son is 2), I feel overwhelmed with other people’s schedules of activities and experiences. It’s like the challenge to give your kid the most unique childhood is this unspoken contest I had no clue existed. Find out why I decided that my kid doesn’t come first.
I can be so lazy. Just because I’m a homemaker and stay-at-home mom doesn’t mean I flit around doing homemaker-ish things all day and am thrifty all the time. Sometimes I’m just downright lazy. Keep reading to discover some of my homemaking hacks for the lazy housewife.