I have decided to share some of my family history in a series type thing (if you will) because I think that this information is so important and the people who would have passed this kind of stuff on are gone now! It is up to us now to share their wisdom. This post is packed full of stories from three of my great-grandmothers and how they lived on absolutely nothing.Read More
One step at a time of corase! Here are some great tips and tricks to turn that overwhelming task into a pile of pebbles :)Read More
We all have seen those beautifully packaged bars of soap at the markets and online. We have even purchased a beautiful bar and been very disappointed in the way it left our skin! Hand-made soap is supposed to be skin-loving, rich, creamy, and super moisturizing. This post explains WHY some “handmade” bars are amazing and some “handmade” bars are just not. Before you waste your money ASK THESE QUESTIONS!Read More
You do not have to have a lot of land, a lot of animals, or be an expert in anything to start homesteading. All it takes is a few simple steps. This article contains 5 levels of homesteading. Choose what level you want to reach and follow the simple steps to get there! Easy as pie!Read More
Marriage. It is not 50-50. It is 100-100. Here is the story of a marriage, our marriage, that was destined for disaster from day 1 and how we are still going strong well over a decade later. Both of our parents were against us dating, no one thought we should get married at 18, everyone prayed for us to “grow up” after having a baby at 19, and neither one of us got what we wanted out of life and blamed the other person. To say it was an uphill battle is an understatement. This marriage should have died years ago, BUT, we learned a trick that fixed everything, changed the minds of everyone, and proved to the world it doesn’t matter how hard or fast you are hit with unfortunate events life throws at you- you CAN make it through anything.Read More
Vinegar is a beautiful thing! It is cheap, it is natural, it has some kick-but cleaning capabilities, and it is easy enough to work with that any adult can figure out how to use this stuff for green cleaning. Check this out for awesome ideas for vinegar infusions, green cleaning recipes, and so much more!Read More
The good, the bad, and the ugly in here! Read on for all of the best things I learned in caring for my premies.Read More
We all say we are going to do it- you know- for your kids or husbands or dogs… but honestly some of us get a bigger push than we are ready for to make switch to all-natural. Some of us come to a point we just don’t have a choice.Read More
Do you know why we wear uniforms to work? Its not just to all look the same or be easily recognized. They are used to hold the weight of the day. You store each difficult person, difficult task, heart breaking story you heard, or any other negativeness you experienced in the day inside the very fabric. When you take it off you aren't taking off just clothing, you are taking off the negativity and physically removing the weight of the day. You will throw that tainted fabric in a sea of water and drown all of the bad, wash it all away, then dry the twisted, mangled, soaked, and tired fabric back into the form it once stood in, so the next time you put it on it can once again hold the weight of the day.
Now my uniforms have been scrubs, suits, blue jeans, and even yoga pants and a sweatshirt covered in spit up with no bra....the uniform changes, the point of it does not.
I am asking you to use your uniform to it's full potential to ensure that you breathe a little easier, go a little farther, and stay strong enough so that you do not to crumble at the stones life throws at you each day. Store the hard times you had in it's fabric, wash them all away, start completely fresh and weightless the next day when you put on that tool, that uniform (no matter what type it is), once again.