I’ve tried “Laundry Day.” I’ve tried breaking it all into 3 days, having a Washing Day, a Folding Day, and a Putting-Away Day. I have a hard time sticking to any of this! What happens when children get sick, or there school events that must be attended? Laundry falls by the way side. That’s what! So I have some hacks for you that have made tackling my laundry a lot easier. I hope it helps you, too!
Home & Garden
If you love Spring as much as we do at our house, you are going to love this family night lesson! It is all about growing faith in Jesus Christ. He created this beautiful world that we live in. Having faith in Jesus is the first principle of the gospel. It is the most important thing we can teach our children. Get the lesson and printable on the blog today!
My two youngest boys are both dreaming of a Marvel and DC Comics bedroom. I can’t promise that it will happen, but we’ve had a lot of fun checking out all the cool products and handmade goods out there. These are our most favorite, non-cheesy, non-cheap-looking favorites… because you know, sometimes character products tend to lean that way. I’ve included a couple items for baby too, because a Marvel & DC Comics themed nursery would be so rad.
I love the Biblical metaphor equating faith to a seed. It is scattered a few different places, but Matthew 13 expands on the concept well (check out Alma 32 if you use the Book of Mormon). Explaining faith as a seed is such a magnificent way to help children understand an abstract spiritual concept. Cultivating faith, indeed choosing faith, is an important value that I hope to pass on to my children.
If you can’t learn from my hacks, since I have none, please learn from my mistakes. If it pleases the audience, I have prepared a few of my more memorable home and yard fails for your reading pleasure. Perhaps you will find a lesson within each.
As a mama of three crazy busy little men (6, 4, 1), I totally know the joys of encouraging littles to pick up their toys. I’m really just trying to figure it out as much as the next mom. Here is what been working for me so far, hope it can inspire hope and ideas in your own clean up adventures with little peeps.
Christmas is over, the new year has begun, and if your house is anything like mine, the sugar and toys have taken over. Time for a few post-holiday activities to get you and the kiddos back on track, while still having fun of course. Check out these 4 post Christmas activities to help start your new year off right:
Hello peeps! I know, I know. Halloween isn’t for a while, but it’s never to early to get a head start on festive DIY projects right?? I really don’t have very many Halloween decorations… let alone homemade Halloween decoration… Like, I think I have one, and it’s a throw pillow. So, I AM EXCITED about…
Time for my annual finish carpentry ideas post. Dan (my husband) and his crew did some AMAZING WORK this past year and I always love showing it off. So, if you’re in need of some finish carpentry ideas or a Utah finish carpenter, here you go!! Pin your little heart out. You can also find the links to the previous year’s finish carpentry ideas at the bottom of this post.
Let’s talk about ways to use Norwex Cleaning Paste. Basically, it can do anything. I mean, it can remove PERMANANT marker! How freakin’ sweet is that?! I love using my cleaning paste for cleaning my glass-top stove and for whitening grimy grout in my bathroom. It really is so versatile. And it’s environmentally friendly! Check out these ingredients: marble-flour, natural soap, and coconut oil. Safe and simple ingredients that get the job done!
I’ve put together some fun ways that you can recreate some back to school magic at home to remind you of your favorite Disneyland vacations. Whether you call it a using a spoon full of sugar, or a adding a little bit of pixie dust, you can make everyday moments more fun with a little bit of imagination! Why not live life with a cherry on top all of the time?
Hey everyone! It’s Mariah here again to show you some more great Norwex products! I love my Norwex Kitchen Cloth for so many reasons. I used to have to clean my counters with powerful chemicals just to get the stains and sticky mess off, but now I only need WATER!