Menu plan Monday – basic & good

I’ve got a busy week as usual, but a lot of it will be spent at home. I hope to do a bit a bulk cooking while I make dinner, so I’ve planned this week’s recipes to cater to that. Here’s what I’ve got on our stovetop: Photo by terri tu Monday: chicken broccoli soup (read more…)

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Lazy Saturdays with Dutch Babies

What’s your Saturday morning routine? There’s not much sweeter in life than a lazy Saturday morning with the sunrise peeking in the window and coffee brewing in the French press. The kiddos are giggly and silly in our bed, and we’ve got breakfast baking in the oven. Photo by Dulcedo Dutch Babies are a simple, (read more…)

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30 days to a new habit

hab•it: (noun) An acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary. Photo by in cherl pin It is so very ironic that I am writing this post at 11:54 p.m. (and you’ll see why soon). I’m mulling over habits – habit changing, specifically – and what it means for us as moms. (read more…)

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Home Management Notebooks are a great idea.

Home Management Notebooks absolutely work for me. Here’s are quick links to my Home Management Notebook series: Having a Home Management Notebook is good. Identity and target your Most Important Tasks. Consider using a Daily Docket. Use a Weekly Checklist as your main reference point. Brainstorm ideas for what else you might need in your (read more…)

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The rest of my Home Management Notebook

Photo by esotericsean So far, I’ve discussed my Daily Docket and my Weekly Checklist as the essential components of my Home Management Notebook. I use the Checklist as my reference for my Docket – my general goal is to complete everything on the Checklist every week. Rarely does this happen, but having a master list (read more…)

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