In this Easter season we are called to bear the glory of God, the goodness of God, the love of God, His victory over sin and death, and people around us should see something different in us. A sparkle in our eyes, courage, a genuine kindness, true and authentic hope.
First a warning: this easy ice cream cake recipe isn’t anywhere near as pretty as the ones you’ll find on Pinterest, but it’s tasty and less expensive!
As a mother of six, I am constantly on the lookout for good books for my children. Whether they are…
We may not be tasked with protecting the country or saving lives, but Theresa Ceniccola reminds us that as mothers, our work is important.
Want to read more but don’t have time? Wondering what book to read next? Consider joining a Well-Read Mom group, which provides quality book lists and a place for women to read together.
A new cleaning product that is safe and made with ingredients you could eat. This stuff is super economical because for most uses you’ll dilute it way down. With each order you’ll get a handy chart that tells how much to use for which type of cleaning you’re doing (I’ll share just a few, but there’s a huge long list): dish soap, appliances, carpets, bathrooms, laundry, hand wash, produce wash, pet stains, degreasing, permanent marker stains (!), and I just realized it can even be used for shampoo and facial cleanser — I don’t understand how it can be mild enough for that stuff yet strong enough to get out my nasty stains, but I love it!
Abbey Dupuy shares the virtues of creating a community of moms and offers some proactive tips for community building.
Kelly the Kitchen Kop shares how she is struggling with time management during a typical homeschooling day: how to fit it all in and meet the needs of her kids.