Get the Scents of The Holidays with This Special Grove Offer

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It's that time of year: Mrs. Meyer's specialty scents of the holiday are now available from Grove Collab0rative, and they're perfect for the holidays! Grove Collaborative delivers cleaning supplies, personal care, and paper products directly to your door each month. We use it every single month for things like Mrs. Meyer's Dish Soap, Acure Foaming Shaving Gel,…

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Why I’ve fallen hard for creative bullet journaling

  In 2015, I began bullet journaling. I didn't use my BuJo for daily or weekly plans, but I kept all of my vision- & goal-setting exercises, Bible study notes, and quotes to remember in one well-loved journal with an index for easy reference. That year I also fell in love with doodling and hand-lettering,…

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The art of juggling for work-at-homeschooling moms

I've been a work-at-home mom since the moment I became a mom—by choice, by necessity, by calling. I've also known I wanted to homeschool my kids since I was 16 years old. Reconciling those two things has not always been so easy, though. Any homeschool mom will tell you that homeschooling is basically a full-time…

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On recognizing & accepting limits and living my priorities

The first half of 2016 has been both full (in a good way) and busy (in a not-so-good way), and as we headed to Florida last month—on the heels of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, which had me work 12+ hour days for a week straight—I was determined to reprioritize, strengthen my boundaries, and regain focus…

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Anatomy of a tiny {closet-sized} home office

In the 6 years since Sean sold his last business to become a stay-at-home dad (a season that is sadly ending as he launches a new interior paint & trim business), we've tried several different office set ups—from various setups in the loft to working on the couch or at the breakfast bar downstairs. Although each…

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Confessions of an online shopper {what I *really* buy online}

Despite the stereotypes, I am not a woman who loves shopping. In fact, I pretty much despise shopping, and that was true long before running errands involved dragging five kids through the store! I don't mind heading to the mall to browse with my mom and sister a couple times a year, but looking for…

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Giving Tuesday offer: FREE Mrs. Meyer’s dish soap for you + $15 for World Vision!

Y'all. I really could not be more excited to share this offer with you today. Remember I told you about ePantry a few weeks ago? At that time, they offered a $10 coupon plus a FREE bottle of Mrs. Meyer's Multi-Surface Cleaner for Life Your Way readers. And, as I said, our family also received $10…

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Why Schoola is now my number one stop for kids clothing

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A few weeks ago Kristen at The Frugal Girl shared the new children's clothing site, Schoola, and I immediately hopped over to check it out. The premise is this: families donate gently used clothing to Schoola on behalf of their schools. You buy the clothes online at consignment shop prices and 40% of the proceeds are donated…

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