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Staking Tomatoes in the Garden

Mark has been arriving home after long hours working construction to spend time in the garden.  It is one of his delights of life.  Anytime I see him doing something new out there, I ask him if I can film him for just a wee bit.  He always does so well explaining things on the

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Adding Drip Lines and Fabric to the Garden

This past week, Mark has been working in the garden.  All the plants are in, growing up nicely so far.  He added some drip lines to make it much easier to water.  Here in Tennessee, it can get quite hot and dry as the sun beams upon the earth all day.  We have this system

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Being Productive with Toddlers

From my last post on Being Productive, I simply laid out what my life looks like right now.  For some younger mothers who have many little ones, their situation seems more difficult to schedule.  No, not really.  I always had a system.  I had 5 little ones under 5 years old.  I remember when I

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Being Productive and Proactive

Being productive with your timeIf a person sleeps 10 hours, they are awake for a total of 14 hours. I typically sleep 7 hours so I have 17 hours of time each day. What do you do with your time? If you feel overwhelmed with all that you have to do in a day, it

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5 Ways to Start Homesteading Today

Are you still dreaming about becoming a homesteader some day?   Some day when you finally convince your husband to sell the suburban home and move out to the country.  A day you can finally afford that pretty piece of God’s country where you can plant your roots and start growing. You go online and

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7 Days of Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning Every home needs a good, solid cleaning once or twice every year.  After the long, cold winter, you are ready to open up the windows to allow the light to shine in and the breeze to blow gently across the floors.  The light reveals the dirt that has built up over the long

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Get this Hoarder in Order:  Housekeeping Etiquette

Do Not Open My Closet… Are you always ready for visitors to pop in unannounced?  The answer for most women these days, is NO.  I know most ladies wait until about one hour before their husband comes home to tidy up the house.  The rest of the day, the house is a pig pen.  I

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The Mom Bucks Miracle

Winter brings something we all dread…Cabin fever.  The kids are full of pent up energy and have nowhere to run it all off.  It’s cold, damp, and raining most days, so the kids just stay in.  They bicker and quarrel, they sit around and do nothing and as a mom, I shake my head and

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