Horizons kindergarten math

Horizons Kindergarten Math Set – Review

I remember using Horizons when I was in school. Sis is starting kindergarten this year, and we needed a math program for her. When I realized we would have the opportunity to review Horizons Kindergarten Math Set from Alpha Omega Publications, I was really excited! Sis was, too! What is it? The Horizons Kindergarten Math […]

Curriculum Organization with Binders

Curriculum Organization with Binders

Let’s talk curriculum organization! I have a secret weapon when it comes to organizing our My Father’s World curriculum. It’s called a big BINDER! Yes, a simple binder helps me organize our student sheets and all my thoughts for our homeschool year. Let me show you exactly how I use my homeschool binder to organize […]

Choosing Homeschool Curriculum that Works for Your Family

Choosing Homeschool Curriculum That Works for Your Family

Welcome back to the Back to Homeschool Blog Hop! In case you missed it, yesterday I talked about my reflections on our very first year of homeschooling. Today I am going to talk to you about my process of choosing homeschool curriculum that will work for my family. Plus, I’m going to show you our homeschool […]

Favorite Dollar Store Cleaning Supplies - What To Buy

What Cleaning Supplies to Buy at the Dollar Tree

One of my favorite stores to browse and shop is the Dollar Tree. Even my four year old daughter loves going to the Dollar Tree with me! It is so easy to get kind of side tracked while shopping because you think, “Oh, it’s only $1.” Then you quickly realize that all those $1 items […]

Behold, Children are a Heritage Free Printable

“Behold, Children are a Heritage from the Lord” Free Printable!

I’ve wanted to have a printable with this verse on it for a while. Of course we believe are children are a precious gift from God! I just love this verse. Every time I read it I am reminded of how blessed I am to be the mother of four beautiful people. There are definitely […]

june monthly meal plan

June Monthly Meal Plan

June is just around the corner! Since I shared my May meal plan last month, I thought it would be fun to share my June monthly meal plan for those of you interested. I really enjoy monthly meal planning. Keep in mind, I use my monthly meal plans as a guide. I often end up […]

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Horizons kindergarten math

Horizons Kindergarten Math Set – Review

I remember using Horizons when I was in school. Sis is starting kindergarten this year, and we needed a math program for her. When I realized we would have the opportunity to review Horizons Kindergarten Math Set from Alpha Omega Publications, I was really excited! Sis was, too! What is it? The Horizons Kindergarten Math […]

Curriculum Organization with Binders

Curriculum Organization with Binders

Let’s talk curriculum organization! I have a secret weapon when it comes to organizing our My Father’s World curriculum. It’s called a big BINDER! Yes, a simple binder helps me organize our student sheets and all my thoughts for our homeschool year. Let me show you exactly how I use my homeschool binder to organize […]

Choosing Homeschool Curriculum that Works for Your Family

Choosing Homeschool Curriculum That Works for Your Family

Welcome back to the Back to Homeschool Blog Hop! In case you missed it, yesterday I talked about my reflections on our very first year of homeschooling. Today I am going to talk to you about my process of choosing homeschool curriculum that will work for my family. Plus, I’m going to show you our homeschool […]

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My mama's beans and rice

Mama’s Pinto Beans and Rice with Sausage

My mom is the queen of delicious frugal recipes, but we did eat a lot of beans and rice. As a child, I got sick of that meal quick. After I got married, I refused to cook beans for a long time because I thought I didn’t really like them. Now that I’ve been out […]

Lime-Cilantro Rice in the Dutch Oven

Cilantro Lime Mexican Rice in the Dutch Oven

Tuesday night here is Taco Tuesday! I LOVE Mexican food. Before Mr. Simple and I got married, we would eat at a Mexican restaurant every Wednesday night. It was our cute little tradition. My favorite part of eating at that restaurant was the rice. It was sooo good. Now that we rarely eat out, I’ve […]

5 Ways To Relax

5 Ways for Moms to Relax during Nap Time

This delicious and relaxing shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #McCafeMyWay #CollectiveBias When 1 p.m. rolls around, I get a little bit excited because I know my little ones are going to head to their rooms for quiet time and I’m going to get a […]

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moving-madness

Packing, Moving, and Unpacking

I’m writing this blog post from my new living room. We are currently totally overrun with boxes! It’s such a mess. We figured out we didn’t plan this move very well, and we have a lot more stuff than we originally thought we did. My original plan was to totally declutter the house before packing, […]

Downsizing - What, Why, and How

Downsizing – What, Why, and How?

It all started with one  little big problem. You see, I’m frugal. I always have been. Living simply comes natural to me because I was raised that way. I drive a 15 year old high mileage van with no car payment and it makes me happy NOT to have one.  I think car payments are evil! Unfortunately, […]

My favorite baby carriers!

My Favorite Baby Carriers

Baby wearing is the only way I get laundry folded and dishes done some days. I’ve been wearing my babies ever since I started having babies, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Baby wearing is great for both moms and babies. It’s no secret babies love to be held, and baby carriers allow […]

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