Planning healthy, nutritious meals can be one of the most challenging aspects of homemaking. Save time (and your sanity!) with this printable set of 30+ meal plans and delicious recipes designed to suit even the pickiest eaters.
Whether you’re new to homemaking or a seasoned pro, this book is an excellent resource. Discover how to systematically organize your home and your family life with this thorough and useful guide!
This devotional just for moms takes you on a deeply enriching spiritual journey in 90 days. The first 30 days are spent mercilessly uprooting the idols of your heart in order to pave the way for a more focused and Christ-honoring life. If you want to strengthen your relationship with G-d, this book will help you.
Hands down, this is one of the best gifts I’ve ever received! This is my secret weapon for getting dinner on the table on time every night. Once you’ve learned how to handle your Instant Pot, you’ll wonder how you ever fed your family without one! Here’s a tip: harness the power of pot-in-pot cooking to save time and minimize mess! You’re welcome 🙂
One of my favorite places to source school supplies is Dollar Tree. I find amazing deals on paper, pencils, pens, crayons, whiteboards, classroom decor, manipulatives, workbooks, coloring books, games, reading books, and more every time I shop! Inventory changes frequently, so be sure to check their website weekly for deals you can’t afford to miss!
I was privileged to be educated in both French and English for much of my childhood, so teaching French to my children has always been a goal of mine. Though I’ve studied French for many years, I felt stuck when it came time to impart my love for the language to my own children. When I discovered Whistlefritz, I fell in love instantly – and so did my kids! This amazing collection of DVDs and CDs is the perfect introduction to the French language for young children. You’ll love the catchy songs and high-quality videos. Note: This collection is also available in Spanish!
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I love Evernote. It’s basically my second brain. All of my lists, screenshots, and ideas for work and for play are stored here.
If you’re serious about making money blogging, you don’t need to empty your savings to do it. This set of 5 courses by Suzi Whitford is exactly what you need to start a profitable blog. If you thrive with detailed, step by step instructions, you’ll love Suzi’s courses. She is a former engineer with a brilliant brain and a warm, comforting demeanor. Her courses helped me to transform my blog from a hobby into a source of income!
If you’re going to host a website, Siteground provides lightning-fast, reliable service that surpasses their competitors. I’ve tried at least 4 of the other hosting services around and this is the first time I’ve received customer service this solid.
The gold standard in email marketing. I love the easy to use interface, the intuitive
I’m a visual person, so the kanban style boards help me to easily see the progress I’m making with my projects.
Divi is a site builder by Elegant Themes that makes web development accessible to everyone. I’ve built all my sites with Divi and I constantly receive compliments on how gorgeous they are. If you want to build a professional and beautiful site fast, Divi is the way to go.
I purchase all of my domain names from Namecheap. I love how sleek their site is and how easy it is to find what I’m looking for. The variety of the selection and the low prices have made me a loyal customer. I first learned of Namecheap a few years ago from one of my mentors and I’m so glad she steered me towards them. I’m already dreaming about my next domain name purchase!