It’s DAY 6 of the 30-Day No Grocery Shopping Challenge, and I’m beginning to put more effort into making our meals more fun for the kids!
Today was a good reminder of the importance of planning food storage for kids!
It’s DAY 4 of the 30-Day No Grocery Shopping Challenge! I’m already beginning to ration what little we have in the dairy department! Not to mention the problems I’m having with our lack of food storage organization!
Homemade apple cinnamon granola from food storage. And BAD coffee. Here’s what I’ve learned from DAY 3 of the 30-Day No Grocery Shopping Challenge.
I don’t know what I was expecting from freeze dried scrambled eggs… but here’s how they turned out and what we learned during the second day of our No Grocery Shopping Challenge!
How long could you survive without going to the grocery store? Take the 30-Day No Grocery Shopping Challenge with me in honor of National Preparedness Month, and see how long you can hang!
I get it. Sometimes we just don’t have time to whip up a big breakfast for the family on busy weekday mornings. Thrive Life Muffin Mix to the rescue!
Bring a little nostalgia to your next backyard BBQ cookout with homemade ice cream made in an old fashioned hand crank ice cream maker!
Wonderberries are a fun addition to an edible landscape. Here’s a recipe I’ve adapted for turning these somewhat bland berries into delicious baked treats!
Here are my favorite homeschool curriculums for teaching multiple children at different grade levels, including workbooks and online courses. 1st Grade through High School.
A lot is going on in our country right now. A lot is going on with technology, the economy, and the world stage. It would be naive of us to assume that life as we know it will always be as it is now. Will you be caught off guard?
See before and after photos of our modular home with new metal roofing installed. What a difference!
Mice can be a real problem in and around the home. Here are 11 things you can do to keep mice away from your house and out of your food. Your additional tips welcomed!
Some materials and methods we use to homeschool our kiddos while also homesteading and running several small businesses. It’s a lot of work, but doable!
I’ve been super discouraged by our spinach crop this year. Something is completely demolishing what was initially a beautiful bed of leafy greens. Isn’t it sad to look at? I’m not sure if it’s mites, […]
A tornado and hail turned a small roof leak into a huge blessing!