Homemaking Linkup!

by Emily Rose Brookshire on October 14, 2015 in Homemaking Link-Up

Homemaking LInkup

There are so many beautiful things about homemaking . . . and right here is the perfect place for us to encourage one another in this beautiful calling! We’d love for you to share a post or article from your blog about homemaking, whether it be about cleaning, character, cooking, etc.

To share a link to your post about homemaking, you can use the Linky below – just share your link directly to your post, title, and image (itโ€™s easy).

Don’t forget to link back here so that others can join, too! You can grab the code in the box below to share in the post you add to the Linky.



Emily Rose Brookshire

Emily Rose is a lover of truth, people, beauty, hospitality, and laughter. She works from her home studio drawing patterns, designing websites, and being the visual editor for her illustrator sister. Among other things, youโ€™ll find her hands mixing batter, stitching hexagons, and labeling packages for shipment. She blogs at Simply Vintagegirl and you can also find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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Rose @ Walnut Acre October 14, 2015

Thank you so much for hosting ๐Ÿ™‚

Jamie @ Medium Sized Family October 14, 2015

Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful linkup each week. I always find great advice from other bloggers here. ๐Ÿ™‚

Joanna @ Everyday Made Fresh October 14, 2015

Thanks for hosting!

Kelly @RaisingSamuels October 14, 2015

Thanks for hosting! Hope you are having a wonderful week ๐Ÿ™‚

Carolyn Henderson -- This Woman Writes October 15, 2015

I am post number 133 — Fear Mongering. And while I know that this, initially, doesn’t sound like it has much to do with homemaking — it does. When I was raising my kids as a fulltime homemaker, I knew many women who had the radio on, all the time, or they watched particular news shows (I think many of them felt that they had to “keep up with the world news” as a means of showing that they were intelligent, contrary to what the world says about homemakers).

The problem lay in that these women, in exposing themselves constantly to media noise, become fearful — that fear transfers to the rest of their family. This is not the blessing that we, as homemakers, can give.

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