Battling for Liberty with File Folder Games from Home School in the Woods

Is it possible for games to be educational and fun? We are finding the answer to that question is, "Yes!" with the hands-on Á La Carte products from Home School in the Woods we have been using in recent weeks. When agreeing to choose items for this review I opted for two file folder games: Battle … [Read more...]

Crochet a Grocery Tote from Recycled Plastic Bags

I'm always on the lookout for  ways to use up whatever I have on hand. Like plastic grocery bags. You know, those plastic bags that seem to breed in the dark corners of the closet? A few years back, while on a train trip I took with a group of friends, one of the ladies from our group called out, … [Read more...]

Encouraging Hearts & Home Blog Hop 3.15.18

Winter seems to want to hold on, blustering in and blowing, but I'm ready now for Spring to arrive. How about you? This week I'll be featuring a few posts that bring me the hope of Spring. But first, last week's post was from The Guilty Chocoholic Mama. I love the thoughts she shares from her heart … [Read more...]

Dating? Courting? How Will Your Children Choose? {Parenting Made Practical – A Review}

If you want to be prepared to navigate the waters of dating, courtship and marriage, the video seminar Dating, Courting & Choosing a Mate... What Works? from Parenting Made Practical will be an excellent tool. Joey and Carla Link are parents who've walked the road and now have 3 grown and … [Read more...]

Finding A Place for Everything – My Decluttering Saga

We've all heard that age-old saying "A place for everything and everything in its place." Ugh. For me, that's easier said than done. It makes sense. When something needs to be put away it ought to be put in the place where it belongs. But the hard part is finding a place for everything. I quickly … [Read more...]