Home Culture

In day-to-day life, in the busyness of the home, we may have a tendency to lose track of what is most important.  There is laundry to wash, fold, and put away.  There is mending to be done, academics to teach to our children, three meals to provide for hungry bellies every day.  There is shopping […]

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The family table is one of the most important places in the home. It can be a place to be fed physically, emotionally and spiritually. Don’t you find it interesting that there was a table with food and drink in the temple and one of the sacraments of the Church is around the communion table? […]

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How can we be motivated every day for taking care of our husbands, children, and homes?  I’m sure you, as I do, wake up some days and find it hard to want to get going, and maybe find it hard to get started.  Maybe we feel like we’d just like to sit around and waste […]

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    Today I’d like to share my recipe for Pumpkin Bread.  This is a great recipe for those larger cans of pumpkin as it makes 3 loaves.  It’s a perfect big family recipe—but it freezes well for a small family too!     Autumn Pumpkin Bread 1 29oz. can pumpkin puree 1 1/2 c. […]

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Dear Friends, We are so excited to share that our sister site, A Wise Woman Builds Her Home, is hosting a fun October Fall Giveaway!   This month you can get a opportunity to win The Lifegiving Table Book Set that was just released on Tuesday! You can enter to win HERE. Hope you win! […]

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  If you are seeking to be a good wife and mother, there is something you must first have.  This is the key to all our relationships.  We cannot succeed without it! What is it, you ask?  Why, it is our relationship with Christ.  If we belong to the Lord and spend time daily with […]

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  Dear Mothers and Housewives, I was discussing social media with my dear husband recently.  While my husband only has one social media account for work, I have several that I’ve set up over the years.  I am very grateful for a husband who thinks carefully about how his time is spent and puts the […]

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Homemaking usually breaks down to my stressing out over keeping things clean and tidy, but what about homemaking as a social art? As my children and I work to clean the home, I give instructions: Make sure you dust the corners. Be careful to look under the cushions for things. Don’t forget to sweep under […]

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