We all know that gardening is an excellent way to save money, while still feeding your family high quality foods. But what do you grow when you have room for just a few plants? You can grow these 5 expensive foods to save money:

Grow These 5 Expensive Foods to Save Money

Want to save money by gardening? Grow these 5 expensive foods to save money! Guest post by Kendra Stamy of A Proverbs 31 Wife We all know that gardening is an excellent way to save money, while still feeding your family high quality foods. But what do you grow when you have room for just a few plants? You can grow these 5 expensive foods to save money: 1. Bell Peppers Bright red, green and orange bell peppers are a flavorful addition to many dishes. Commercially grown peppers rarely sell for less than $1 each and organic peppers cost even more. Growing your own peppers just … [keep reading...]

Saving Money with Zero Waste Cooking

Have you ever tried zero waste cooking? Through zero waste cooking, your budget will stretch further allowing you to make healthier choices for your family. Guest post by April Lewis of An Apple A Day Wisdom Saving money is usually priority number one in my household. I'm a single mom and making a dollar stretch is second nature to me. Being able to afford organic or healthier options at the grocery store was always a pipe dream. Then I discovered zero waste cooking. Zero waste cooking principles have helped me save money AND allowed me to feed my family healthy, homemade food every … [keep reading...]

Steals and Deals featured

Steals & Deals {Wednesday, May 20, 2015}

Welcome to our weekly addition of Steals and Deals: Top Picks for Affordable, Stay-at-Home Shopping! If you're like me, you love the convenience of online shopping. As a busy homemaker and work-at-home mom, this allows me to shop at my convenience for the very best prices for everything from clothing to household goods to gifts and even groceries! I'm excited to share the highlights of my online shopping with you here each week, so that you never have to miss a good deal again!  If you want to receive an email highlighting the very best deals each week, you can sign up here! You can … [keep reading...]

Weekend Reads with The Humbled Homemaker

Weekend Reads {May 16, 2015}

If you want to keep up with the reads that give me pause all week long, follow my Reads and Recipes board on Pinterest. If you want to follow along with my personal life, you can follow me on … [keep reading...]

Weekend Reads with The Humbled Homemaker

Weekend Reads {May 9, 2015}

If you want to keep up with the reads that give me pause all week long, follow my Reads and Recipes board on Pinterest. If you want to follow along with my personal life, you can follow me on … [keep reading...]

One of my greatest goals as a homemaker is that my home be a sanctuary for my family. I want this to be a place of peace, rest and refuge.

Make Your Home a Sanctuary

Do you want your home to be a place of rest? Walk through these 5 questions to help you craft your home into a sanctuary where your family can draw peace! Guest post by Katie of Embracing a … [keep reading...]

Cooking with cast iron is a safe and non-toxic alternative to using nonstick cookware. Here's a step-by-step tutorial for restoring and re-seasoning a rusty cast iron skillet or pan!

How to Re-Season a Cast Iron Pan

Cooking with cast iron is a safe and non-toxic alternative to using nonstick cookware. Here's a step-by-step tutorial for restoring and re-seasoning a rusty cast iron skillet or pan! Guest post … [keep reading...]

April is Cesarean Awareness Month. While it's far from the ideal birth, I think it's time we offered grace for the c-section mom.

Grace for the C-Section Mom

April is Cesarean Awareness Month.  While it's far from the ideal birth, I think it's time we offered grace for the c-section mom.     Image by MamaGab Guest post by Gabrielle Daigle of … [keep reading...]

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