Read more about the article Honey-Sweetened Coconut Macaroons
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Honey-Sweetened Coconut Macaroons

The following post is from Shaina of Food for My Family and Olmanson Photography: Honey-Sweetened Coconut Macaroons Confessions: One of my favorite cookies to eat is also one of the easiest to make. Coconut macaroons are these chewy treasures. For years, I treated myself to them from my favorite bakery before finally getting in the…

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Printable Gift Tags for Every Occasion

The following post is from Jason & Jennifer Bruce of New Season Design: Printable Gift Tags for Every Occasion   When it's time to wrap Christmas gifts, we go all out. Cute bows, cute paper, and especially cute gift tags. But what about the rest of the year? Do you put the same thought and effort…

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10 Affordable Ways to Add BIG Decor to Your Home

The following post is from Lisa of The Pennington Point: 10 Affordable Ways to Add BIG Decor to Your Home Since our family has always been on a tight budget, there has never been much money for home decor.  Through the years, I scrapped and taught myself to redo junk and paint anything that wasn't…

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12 Ways to Make Social Studies Fun

The following post is from Jennifer Burke, a lifelong educator: 12 Ways to Make Social Studies Fun See all of the Homework Helps posts here. History and geography (Social Studies) are a passion for some and a pain for others. Most children are somewhere in-between and need a little boost when learning about the world.…

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10 Steps to a Styrofoam Free World

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Coffee and doughnuts after church, anyone? Unfortunately, since most churches probably use Styrofoam cups for their weekly fellowship, they help contribute to the 25 billion Styrofoam cups trashed every year in America alone. Styrofoam is technically plastic number 6, polystyrene. It can be accepted for recycling,…

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Planning a Homeschool Calendar with Six Week Terms

The following post is from Angie of Many Little Blessings: Planning a Homeschool Calendar with Six-Week Terms I felt stuck in a traditional homeschool calendar mentality when I began homeschooling. While I thought year-round schooling sounded like a good idea, I just couldn't imagine giving up our long summers. However, having taught for two years…

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Fun Birthday Traditions & A Printable Birthday Chain

I love birthdays- forget birthdays; we celebrate birth weeks or birth months here! -- but the one challenge we face in creating fun yearly traditions is that three of our daughters have birthdays within three weeks of each other. That's a lot of celebrating! We're slowly creating yearly traditions that are doable on that timetable.…

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