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In the fall, my mind always goes to all things home. Simple living, homemaking, nurturing. It seems to go right alongside the warm, comforting recipes I start making at this time of year.
Here’s what I’ve been reading:
The Simple Life Isn’t a Product … at Down to Earth. Living simply will look different in the various seasons of our lives.
A Glimpse at Simple Homesteading Life in the 1800s … at Countryside Daily. Not quite as idyllic as you might have thought.
Buttermilk, often maligned, begins to get its due …. at The New York Times. Buttermilk you might find at your local grocery store is pretty far off from true buttermilk.
Why My Kids Don’t Read ‘Award Winners’ … at The Unlikely Homeschool. Another example of good parenting. We can’t trust labels or ratings. Being aware of content in what our kids consume (books, tv, movies, games, etc.) matters!
The question we need to ask our daughters (and why we’re afraid to) … at This Simple Balance. A lovely, lovely piece on the value of motherhood and homemaking.
Is God calling you to do something small? … at Compared to Who? Often we want to ‘go big or go home’, but what if God is calling you to serve him in a small way?
Have you read anything interesting lately?
*A brief disclaimer…I found these particular articles read-worthy. That doesn’t mean that I agree with or advocate everything on the site on which individual posts appear.