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My Love/Hate Relationship with Homemaking

I haven’t always felt like the Queen of my Household. I’ve been married for 10 and a half years now, and for the first six years of my marriage, taking care of my home felt like a burden. In fact when I was first married I despised taking care of my home. I often complained

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Overcome Stay at Home Mom DEPRESSION

Stay at home mom depression is a real thing and it can seem almost impossible to overcome. Being depressed is seen in a variety of ways. You lack joy as a mom. Taking care of your home feels like a burden. You don’t have energy to care for yourself. You are overwhelmed by everything. Stay

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How to deal with all the toys at Christmas! It may feel like toy overload and that you have too many toys in your house. Here are 3 simple things you can do about all the toys. #toys #toomany #christmas

Ready or not, Christmas is coming and when you have kids, that means toys!  Toys from grandparents, aunts and uncles, friends. There are just so many!  And you know, it’s a lot of fun. We don’t tell our family and friends not to get our kids toys because they enjoy giving our kids toys and

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You can have a clutter free home with these simple tips. Create an intentional life by following these clutter free ideas. #clutter #organized #declutter #tips #simple

There’s a lot of talk about living a clutter free life and getting the clutter out your homes which is important. Decluttering is a continual process because our seasons of life change. What was useful to you this year may become clutter next year if it no longer serves a purpose in your home and

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My New Found Favorites from October

I haven’t shared a personal post in awhile, and I thought that now was a good time to share one. So I’m going “old school blogging” this week and sharing some of my new favorites from October.   1. I have been loving these new Extra gum packs*. They are perfect for carrying around in