When I was younger, my dad would call them “left-overtures.” I’m pretty sure back then he was just trying to find a fun way to make a reheated meal sound better. But that name hints that leftovers can be something better. It’s time to find creative ways to use leftovers. Continue reading “Creative Ways to Use Leftovers”
What do you do for your own self protection? Do you lock your doors, conceal valuables when you leave your car, or even try to be aware of your surroundings? All those things are helpful, but are you able to protect yourself if you need to?
Meal planning is one of the best ways I have found to save both time and money. Today I’ll show how to make meal planning work for you. Continue reading “Meal Planning: 4 Steps to Making it Work”
I think time management is something we all have to deal with at one point or another. I know I have to figure it out pretty frequently. Here are a few things I found to make my time management easier.
Yesterday I came across a very interesting article. The headline said, “1,000-Year-Old Onion and Garlic Remedy Kills Antibiotic-Resistant Bugs.” Although the article was about something very specific, it reminded me of the benefits and even remedies from plants and the rest of the natural world around us.
The clock read 12:00.
The first thing I noticed was that my husband was not in bed. Next I perceived the light was on in the kitchen. Then I realized I could hear my husband throwing up. Continue reading “Why I am a Homemaker”
It can be challenging at times, but it is a challenge I enjoy. When I stay within the monthly budget we have for groceries, we have money for better things. Here are five of the tips that I employ for shopping.
I love being a hostess, taking my own spin on a classic homemaker role. Preparing some food and the apartment so I can have guests in my home really makes me happy. Continue reading “Multi-Day Hosting”