Category: Homemaking

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My 10 Favorite Green Smoothies

A green smoothie is a delicious drink made with green leafy vegetables and fruit. With one green smoothie you can consume 5-8 servings of fruits and vegetables! The best Green Smoothies are made with 60% fruit and 40% veggies.  The fruit mask the taste of the greens. This creates a vibrant green smoothie that’s surprising […]

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17 Ridiculously Useful Tips to Make Life Easier

Heating leftover pizza, easy deviled eggs, expand frosting, reheating bread, newspaper weeds away, picking up broken glass, squirrel away, flexible vaccumm, foggy windshields, get rid of ants and more ideas.

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Best-Selling Christian Fiction Books

My Favorite Christian Fiction Authors Best Selling Christian Fiction Authors (contemporary, no Amish). William Paul Young Kristen Heitzmann  Charles Martin Bodie and Brock Thoene Angela Hunt Susan Meisner  Randal Arthur Susan May Warren  Lynn Austin  Robert Whitlow Terry Blackstock  Deborah Raney Mary E. DeMuth  Nicol Baart  Dee Henderson C.S. Lewis George MacDonald Michael Phillips Brandilyn […]

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Notebook Planner: Your One-Stop Information Center

Are you organized? Do you have a chore check list? Can you find your dog’s shot record quick? Have a list of birthdays somewhere? What about you homeschool, is it organized? Do you know  what work to assign today or what they did yesterday? What if you could experience less stress, frustration and choas while […]

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Meal Planning: Save Time and Money

Meal planning isn’t necessarily easy, but it worth the effort–you save time, money and frustration by taking 20 minutes to plan your meals for the week.  A lack of meal planning means wasted money, extra trips to the store, frustration and cooking boredom. We are all faced with meals three times a day, seven times a […]

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Rainbow Salad: Prepare Once, Use for a Week

I found the ideas for this Rainbow Salad in the book The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health page 286. I make it when I get home from the grocery store. Store it in the same airtight bowl and it stays good for a full week. It consist of mainly lettuces, spinach, and […]

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Panini Recipes or Creative Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

NOTE: I made these BEFORE I went Wheat Free. Soup and sandwich is a quick and easy dinner.  There is something wonderful about crunchy toast and warm gooey cheese.  I’ve been experimenting with my panini maker. I promised to share recipes. These can be made in a frying pan, Rocket Grill, or panini maker. I […]

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15 Minute Cleanup Check Lists

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Telling a child to clean a room is overwhelming. These check lists are broken down into easy doable one to three minute chores. Assign a child a room or a few steps. Explain to your children if you complete the list every day each […]

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Refrigerator Magnet Menu Planner

Instead of meal planning charts and index cards and computer generated worksheets, etc. Try hanging meal magnets on your refrigerator! You can see all the meals we usually have at a glance and shift them around (hang high enough your toddler doesn’t mess up your week.) Step 1: Make a list of main dinner meals […]

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Do Not Pick Strawberries Until You Read This!

We have a vegetable garden but no strawberries. So we picked strawberries at Valley Home Strawberry Farm. If you plan on visiting a pick your own strawberry farm these tips will help. Wet picked strawberries mold within HOURS! Can you guess how we found out? We picked right after a rain. The next day  I […]

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