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Culinary Arts in the Homeschool: Enjoy Cake Decorating

Posted by Kimberly on May 31, 2017 in Home Economics, Homeschool Information |

Are you enjoying home economics in your homeschool? One of the benefits of homeschooling is having the time to teach your kids all the skills they will need to use after they leave the nest, and being able to make it a fun part of your homeschool day! Another great benefit is that your kids […]

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Don’t Miss Out! Help for a Healthier Family, Healthier You

Posted by Kimberly on September 26, 2016 in Home Economics |

With just a few hours left before The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle disappears, I wanted to reach out so you don’t miss out. When it comes to taking control of your own health, you could go it alone: you could figure out your own system and see how it works. The two key questions to […]

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How to Keep Up with it All

Posted by Kimberly on June 1, 2016 in Home Economics, Resources |

**This sale has ended but watch this site for future sales!** How to Keep Up with it All Does being a mom and homemaker and Homeschooler ever feel a little too hard? There’s no question you love your family like crazy and would do anything for them, but it can be an exhausting job. If you’re […]

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Don’t Miss this Homemaking and Mothering Help!

Posted by Kimberly on April 27, 2016 in Home Economics, Parenting |

**THIS SALE HAS ENDED. Please stay tuned for future sales** Does being a mom and homemaker (and homeschooler) ever feel a little too hard? There’s no question that we love our families like crazy and we’d do anything for them, but we all know motherhood can be exhausting! If you’re anything like me, you wish your home felt more put […]

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Weaving for Kids

Posted by Kimberly on March 18, 2016 in Home Economics |

Weaving for Kids Does the process of knitting seem to take too long before you finally have a finished product? You may like to give weaving a try in your homeschool. We started to learn how to weave when my son was just a few years old, with a frame loom, and he was hooked! Frame […]

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Organizing Your Email Inbox

Posted by Kimberly on January 27, 2016 in Home Economics, Resources |

Face it. Your email inbox is out of control. If you’re anything like me, you’re addicted to emails and freebies from homeschool companies. You’re drowning in emails and have all but given up on organizing your email inbox. But it can get better! You can succeed at organizing your email inbox. It really does help […]

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Getting Organized: Meal Planning with Build a Menu

Posted by Kimberly on January 25, 2016 in Home Economics |

Are you focusing on getting organized in 2016? I am! I started with my kitchen this year. As I shared earlier, I started getting organized by taking care of my problematic kitchen cupboards and decluttering my kitchen day by day using Simply Stacie’s kitchen decluttering calendar. I also shared that my word of the year […]

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Getting Organized: Problematic Kitchen Cupboards

Posted by Kimberly on January 4, 2016 in Home Economics |

Are you trying to get organized in 2016? I sure am! I am so tired of all this clutter – it clutters my home AND my mind. Every spare chance I get will be devoted to creating beautiful spaces in my home. CREATE is my 2016 word. If you haven’t chosen a word for 2016, get […]

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Feeling Overwhelmed in Your Home and Homeschool? Flash Sale!

Posted by Kimberly on November 2, 2015 in Home Economics |

Are you feeling overwhelmed? I hear you. Sometimes I look around my house and wonder how things got so out of hand! … laundry and never-ending meal prep … money worries, gritty floors, soap scum, and the stain that won’t come out of my daughter’s favourite shirt … holiday stress, and trying to get my […]

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Sewing a Ty Lee Costume: Part 2

Posted by Kimberly on October 30, 2015 in Home Economics, Homeschool Information |

Last week for Fibre Friday, (Sewing a Ty Lee Costume: Part 1) I promised to show you our finished Ty Lee costume! We finished it this week, before we made the drive to Halifax to enjoy Hal-Con today. Sewing a Ty Lee Costume: Part 2 To create the Ty Lee blouse pattern, we traced a blouse […]

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