According to my book the Cooking for Provincial France the French Cassoulet takes a lot of ingredients and a lot of time. Phew! It’s a weeknight. Home from work and school who has all that time? So instead of using duck, pork, lamb, and dried beans, we go easy with chicken and canned beans. It’s still a mighty delicious comforting… Read More
It’s not hard to boost your immune system for better health. Easy ideas you can implement today.
This week (August 10-14), members of the Homeschool Review Crew are coming together to share homeschooling tips with you. I will have a link at the end of each post so you can see all the great posts coming at you this week no matter what part of your homeschool journey you are at. Beginner, veteran, emergency homeschooling, young ones,… Read More
When things are crazy out of doors you can at least control what is going on in your home. With so much home time and the kids out of school get the family together and clean and organize your home from top to bottom. And of course you need all the tools and resources to get this job done. Which… Read More
I decided to purchase the ecourse Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing by Michelle Schroeder-Gardener of the blog Making Sense of Cents. If you’ve been wanting to earn money with your blog through affiliate marketing read on to find out if Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing might be the course to help you learn all the ins and outs. About the… Read More
I updated our low light living room with a faux ficus tree and I’m really happy with the results.