Simple Meals for Hospitality

simple meals for hospitality to make having company more doable!

We love hospitality! We try to share a meal with others in our home at least two to three times a month. Sharing a meal in your home is one of the best ways to get to know someone (and let them get to know you!). Deciding on what to make when you have company over is one of the hardest parts of hospitality. Therefore, today I want to share some simple meals for hospitality that will make having Continue Reading

How to Have a Gingerbread House Party

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The Christmas season is the perfect time to be intentional and show hospitality by inviting people into your home. For us a gingerbread house party was just the thing! Where I live, people really tend to hibernate in the winter. Mounds and mounds and mounds of snow will do that to you. I have to work really hard not to do the same thing!  As a stay-at-home-mom, my time is limited, and with a Continue Reading

The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle Sale

The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle

Please note this sale has ended, but we are leaving this page up in order for you to be able to access incredible resources for your homemaking needs! The books cannot be purchased in a bundle, but they can still be purchased individually. You're a homemaker if you do any of the following: Work with willing hands Provide food for your family Open your hand to the poor Reach out to the Continue Reading

Tea Time and Crummy Floors

This post is written by contributing writer, Jen from This Gal's Journey. I'm nearly at your place; I really need to talk. Can I pop in? My stomach dropped as I read her text and took a 180 glance around my kitchen. The sink stacked high with last night's dinner all of yesterday's meal dishes, crumbs of every kind scattered all over the floor, the table half sticky with maple syrup, half Continue Reading

I’m a Stay at Home Mom without a Soul to Call “Friend”

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This post is part of our motherhood series. You can see all the posts here. As I squinted across the blanket of white stretching as far as my eyes could see, I wondered if this place would ever feel like home. As we drove around the snow covered peaks, flip flops long forgotten at home, we tested one house after the other to see if it fit as tightly as the mittens warming our hands. A few Continue Reading

6 Tips to Easy Summer Hospitality

Have a BBQ-Summer Hospitality

This post is written by contributing writer, Jami from Young Wife's Guide. Each summer is the same. We assume that we will have so much more time than we actually do. Church activities and Bible studies often take a summer break. You have more hours outside to enjoy the sun. School is out for the summer. And yet, summer always seems to slip away so quickly and things never get done! Continue Reading

Hosting a 4th of July Party {Virtually}

4th of July Hamburgers

We always spend the week of the 4th of July at the beach vacationing with my in-loves. Though I enjoy my time relaxing and eating a whole bunch of food, I sometimes day dream about having a really festive 4th of July party with neighborhood friends. Not that we really have neighborhood friends yet since we decided to uproot our lives and move 1,500 miles across the country, but that's neither here Continue Reading

How to Host a Neighborhood Pancake Breakfast {Homemakers Challenge}

Do you remember the days when you knew who lived next door, up the street, and around the corner? Summer was a great time for catching fire flies with friends, grilling out with family, and taking endless picnics at the local park. There was always something fun to do right next door. Unfortunately, with time, this tradition has changed. We rarely take time to get to know the people on the other Continue Reading