If you want your children to trust you when they are teenagers . . . what in the world do you do?
Have you ever heard of homemade convenience foods? They’re like ordinary convenience foods in that they are convenient ~ ready to eat or quick to prepare to eat ~ but they’re homemade, and (potentially, at least) cheaper and more healthful.
There’s just one problem with homemade convenience foods: you have to make them.
With that in mind, this post is about the easiest homemade convenience foods: the ones with the biggest return on investment! Not a lot of extra work (if any at all!) but convenient to use.
If you’re wanting to eat more servings of fruits and vegetables each day, you need to implement the Pantry Principle! Here are a few ways the Pantry Principle can help you eat more fruits and vegetables.
Now it’s time to start applying the twelve principles of home management. What does the principle of safety involve?
I get the impression that some people are.
Whether we’re talking about moral standards, relationship standards, housekeeping standards, or whatever, they are apparently more associated with guilt, shame, discomfort, and fear than anything else. Or else annoyance, because of the guilt, shame, and discomfort they make you feel.
You know you need a clean home. You’re supposed to be nice to your kids. You want to be efficient with your work.
Your home needs to be comfortable. How do you keep up with it all and not hyper-focus on some aspects of home management while letting others go?