Emily Wilson

Emily Blogs at Queen of the Household where she encourages women by sharing what she is learning as a mom and wife. She also shares practical ways that she saves her family money and tips for managing and decorating the home on a budget. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube!

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Eat at Home More Often

One of the biggest budget busters is going out to eat. The more you eat at home, the more money you save, and it also is much healthier. You get to decide how a meal is prepared and what goes into it. Most likely, you know you should eat at home more often, but actually

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Stop Cleaning So Much! 3 tips to help you cut back on the time you spend cleaning your house

Last year one of my goals was to spend less time cleaning. I felt like I spent too much time with a scrub brush in my hand and I was over it. SOOOOO over it! I shared some ways that I cut back in this post —> How I’m Spending Less Time Cleaning, but it

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The One thing you need to have for an organized home.

If you search “organization” on Pinterest, you will find pictures filled with color coordinated bins, glass jars with chalkboard labels, and lots of closet shelves. I love seeing those pictures but —–> I’m gonna let you in on a little secret! shhhhhh….. It doesn’t matter how many aqua plastic bins you have, or how much

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Mom life doesn't have to be overwhelming. God made you to thrive!

As I talk to other women, I hear the same thing over and over. Motherhood is overwhelming. They are exhausted. How are they suppose to keep a clean and tidy house along with getting supper on the table and then still have time to spend with their husbands and kids, let alone have time for

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Stockings were always one of my favorite things to open on Christmas! I want my kids to be excited about their stockings each year too. I think my favorite part was always the chocolate. And actually it probably still is! Ha! In the video below I shared what we are putting in our kids’ stockings.

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What's Holding You Back?

Here at Queen of the Household, you may notice that even though I talk about meal planning, I don’t ever post recipes. Here’s why: I don’t like cooking or baking. In fact, I only do it because I have to eat and so does my family. It also saves us a lot of money when