I thought I’d pop on quickly today, amidst the laundry piles, sink full of dishes and garden that needs to be weeded to show you what I created (and what I use) to keep myself organized…or at least close to it.… Read the rest
This recipe has been a go-to at our house lately and it is absolutely ADDICTIVE. It goes with everything and we’ve eaten it for breakfast, lunch, dinner and for snacks in between. It’s the perfect mix of salty and sweet and the bottom crust crisps as it bakes, so it’s not tough, but actually tastes like crispy butter. … Read the rest
My MULTI-YEAR Charlotte Mason Inspired Naturalist Homeschool Planner is here!
I wanted something in a simple, minimalist style and I needed something that would work for multiple children. Many homeschool planners that are out today don’t take into account your method of homeschooling. … Read the rest
The next round of homeschool calendar pages is here!
You can read a little bit more about how I use them and my reasons behind creating them here, in last years’ calendar release. If you’ve been around for long, you know that I have a slight planner addiction, and they need to be aesthetically pleasing (as well as functional) to make the cut.… Read the rest
Our garden is producing LOTS and LOTS and LOTS of cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, and green peppers.
Last year my garden looked like this…
Everything was neat and tidy. My Type A personality was thrilled with the square foot gardening technique.… Read the rest
There will be seasons in life where everything just magically falls into place.
You have time to hang the laundry on the line. You brew kombucha and make your own chicken stock and since the children are playing so nicely with their non-toxic, BPA free, fair trade beeswax coated Swedish-inspired wooden toys, you can make some sourdough bread, feed the chickens and arrange some flowers on your farmhouse table.… Read the rest