What Are Your Dreams? Do Not Give Up!

What are Your Dreams? Don't give up!What are your dreams?

What are your dreams? Start a business or blog? Visit far off places? Learn to knit or sew? Open an Etsy shop? What ever they are, do not give up!

Our Dream

Building your own home is full of ups and downs. It is usually a pretty fast process once the paperwork is signed and the loan approved. I have seen these houses fly up in less than two weeks! Continue reading

The Beginning of a Dream…

The Beginning of a Dream

As a child, we always spent at least two weeks during the summer at my mother’s parents farm. They had 200 acres of land and raised cows. They also planted and froze Butter Beans and Snap Peas. My Papa was the best! He would have us kids around all over that farm. He taught me to fish, drive a tractor, and work hard. He was a hard man, but a good one, but heaven help, do NOT tell him you are bored!

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Dealing with My Overwhelm + Menu Plan Monday!

Happy Monday my wonderful readers!

Over the past few weeks, I have had quite a lot of ┬ádiscontent and overwhelm in my homemaking. I could not figure out what was wrong and was blaming it on every one in the house. I was sad, tired, and mad. Then I started Stacy’s new course, Homemaking How-To and it really opened my eyes. Continue reading

A Dream Coming True, Slowly

If you haCamper is at the landve been following my site for any length of time I am sure that you know that we are getting ready to make some very large changes. Changes that I am so happy and excited about. We are now one step closer! JP had finished the work on the camper and had stationed it out at the land! I am one very happy woman! Continue reading

Have You Set Your Goals for the Year? Follow this Plan for Success!

how to create good actionable goalsMy Goals

So Monday I posted a list of a few things that I would like to accomplish in 2017. For any of these goals to work they must fit into my life, where I am right now.

As I said Monday, we are in a pretty crazy season right now. We are in the middle of building a house. We are packing up 12 years of life, toys, crafts, and junk so we can move from our house to a camper! When we move out to the land where we are building, and into the camper we will have to drive our middle child 45 minutes to school every other week. And all of this while I am homeschooling our youngest! Continue reading