Does making homemade pizza intimidate you? I promise making homemade pizza does not have to be hard or scary. It is super easy, cost-effective and quick to prepare.
For more easy dinner ideas check out my go to week night meals
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Looking for a last minute Father’s Day crafts to make with your kids?
Here are 10 simple Father’s Day craft ideas all under $10.
For more Father’s Day gift ideas check out my post on Love Language Gift Ideas for Dad.
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With Father’s Day right around the corner now is the perfect time to plan your gift for dad. I find men the hardest people to buy for.
Yet, using your dads love language can provide great insight on what to give him.
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As I wrote about in How We Bought Our House on One Income a huge part of being able to buy our house was sticking to a budget.
Today I wanted to give an in-depth look at how I set up and track our budget throughout the month.
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In case you missed it my second article with Her View From Home got published today!
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I wrote this article one evening as I was reflecting on how grateful I am for my husband. We have been through a lot together.
Through it all, he has been my rock and the strongest person I’ve ever known. Even though I don’t enjoy going through struggles or times of waiting it’s all been worth it.
Not only has it made us stronger but my faith has been refined. As I learn to depend on God during the hard times. Over and over He shows me He is faithful and will bring us through.
If you can relate to this article I hope you share it or leave me a comment.
Teaching your toddler vocabulary, communication and other skills can seem intimidating. All it takes is consistency and lots of praise. Children’s brains are wired to learn.
A lot of people have remarked to me that Lyla says a lot of words for being 18 months. She will tell us “yes” and “no” and can repeat back most words we ask her to.
I think at 18 months it is expected that children know 20 words. Whether Lyla is doing better than average is up to opinion. Yet, I do know we are intentional in teaching her vocabulary.
It’s not something we sit down and do every day rather we try to make it a part of our interactions with her.
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I wrote this post a while ago and wasn’t sure if I wanted to publish it. I thought I would share it in light of mother’s day to encourage others new on the journey of motherhood.
As a new mom, I remember having many fears before having my daughter. Now more than a year later I know my fears were nothing to worry about.
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After a long winter in Canada, we are more than ready for warmer weather and sunshine. We’ve already had a few warm days which has got me thinking about what we need before summer starts.
Today I wanted to share my go to and most used items for mom and baby for the summer!
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As a stay at home my mom I have a very flexible schedule. However, that flexibility can sometimes get in the way of staying productive.
I don’t put pressure on myself to achieve a long list of tasks every day. However, I do try to set myself up for a day I can be proud of.
These are a few things I try to do each day to motivate myself to be productive and serve my family well.
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A few months ago on the YouTube channel, I have with my husband we posted a video about buying our first house as a young couple.
Looking back that video was a little vague. In this post, I want to give a little more insight and hopefully some help and encouragement for other young couples who are buying a house.
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