Sunday, July 21, 2019

Corned Beef & Cabbage

March 6, 2019
Filed under Recipe of the Day

2 -to-3 pound well-trimmed, beef corned brisket (ask your butcher if your uncertain) 1 onion, cut into fourths 3 cloves garlic, crushed 1 head cabbage, cut into 6 or 8 wedges ~Place beef in Dutch oven. Add enough cold water just to cover beef. Add onion and garlic.Heat to boiling. Reduce heat to low. Cover […]

My plant based food diet

March 4, 2019
Filed under Darla's Blog

Spring is here and it is time to kick it up and lose a few pounds. This is easy to do if you don’t diet, but instead, just eat differently. Think about the types of foods you eat. What are they made of? Let’s take everything in a box and toss it. Either donate it […]

Get back in the kitchen!

March 1, 2019
Filed under Recipes & Cooking

Why would some moms buy designer clothes for their kids but give them the worst junk to eat? It’s your responsibility as a mom to give your children the freshest most nutritious foods available to you. There is just no excuse for giving your children hot dogs and boxed macaroni and cheese night after night. […]

Power of Prayer

March 1, 2019
Filed under Tip of the Day

Whether you learned to kneel as a child in Church, at your Mother’s side, in or before an altar, or if you’ve never prayed before, now is a good time to start! No matter your personal religion, prayer is often considered a stress relieving act of meditation that can calm body, mind and soul. During […]

Financial Do’s & Don’ts

March 1, 2019
Filed under Budgeting & Work from Home

5 Financial Do’s Do treat investing as a vital, non-negotiable budget item. If you make it a priority, it becomes one. Do aim to save at least 10% of your gross income across all your accounts. If you can do more than 10%, that’s even better. Do get rid of bad debt (credit cards), which […]

How to buy organic

March 1, 2019
Filed under Recipes & Cooking

Written by Happy Housewife Beth Organics have become such an important part of so many peoples lives, making them so much more available than ever before. For those who are still unsure of what organic foods are all about, here is some basic information that may make it easier to choose the organic section in […]

My morning (beauty) routine

March 1, 2019
Filed under Beauty & Fashion

I hate getting up early. It is my absolute worst thing in the world. Well next to flying. I hate that too. But I set the alarm clock for an half hour before the children get up. If it’s a shower day I set it for an hour earlier. You know I only shower every […]

Getting kids involved

March 1, 2019
Filed under Marriage & Family

Teaching children to pick up after themselves is a lesson of personal responsibility that will follow them into their adult lives. Picking up after them not only makes more work for you but also can lead you to feel resentment and anger toward those you love. Get tough. Let your kids know that whatever you […]

Home Cleaning Regimen

March 1, 2019
Filed under Chore of the Day

With Earth Day come and gone, I thought I would keep the spark alive with a series on household cleaning regimens, the harmful chemicals that lurk within them, and what we can do about it. Many have taken the natural cleaning product route for various reasons, the 2 biggest and most encompassing being: * They […]

Cooking Tips

March 1, 2019
Filed under Recipes & Cooking

* Never cook on High! And then you won’t burn everything * Don’t use Teflon pans, they can cause cancer * Always grease the bottom of your pan with oil or butter * Yes, you do need to preheat the oven * You do need to wait for the water to boil * Use your […]

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