Category: Lifestyle

  • Experiencing a Miscarriage & Processing Grief

    Experiencing a Miscarriage & Processing Grief

    Disclaimer the things written in this post come from my own personal experience. Each person is different and processes grief differently. Each miscarriage is different as well.  In honor of the precious little feet that didn’t get the chance to walk through our garden. May you rest easy little one,…

  • The Power of Our Words and Why What We Say Matters!

    The Power of Our Words and Why What We Say Matters!

    Over the last year I’ve come to the realization that our words have power. You can research and see the different experimental studies that have been done on plants. An individual will verbally speak to two identical plants. The plant that has negative things spoken to it dies, while the…

  • Why Does it Feel like God has Abandoned Me..

    Why Does it Feel like God has Abandoned Me..

    Some photos used in this blog post were created by and belong to Kevin Carden. He’s a fabulous artist and I highly recommend you check out his work.  How many times do we go through the struggles of life and feel like God/Yahweh has abandoned us? When the things we…

  • Homemaking with Christ at the Center

    Homemaking with Christ at the Center

    It can be hard, living in society today that promotes the thought that, “women need to have a career to be successful or women need to have a certain degree to be worth something.” I know not everyone feels that society says that, but I do. It makes it hard…

  • When Life gets Rough | Put it in the Basket

    When Life gets Rough | Put it in the Basket

    As we live and grow in this thing, we call life. We often experience joy, laughter and happiness but there are also times of hardship and difficulties. Seasons where we just want to give up. Where we just don’t want to carry on anymore. These are the seasons I like…

  • Creating a Prayer Space | War Room

    Creating a Prayer Space | War Room

    Prayer is referenced so many times in scripture. The word “prayer” alone is referenced at least 127 times. The word “pray” is mentioned at least 2,164 times.  It’s important! Yeshua/Jesus shows us how to pray in Luke 11. He warns us in Matthew 6 to be mindful how we pray. “But…

  • Lessons Our Kids Have Learned Since Becoming Homestead Kids

    Lessons Our Kids Have Learned Since Becoming Homestead Kids

    Homestead kids are children who grow up on a homestead or farm where they learn practical skills and valuable life lessons. These kids are often surrounded by animals, gardens, and fields, allowing them to gain an appreciation for nature and sustainability. Homesteading also teaches kids the importance of hard work,…

  • Making Fire Cider at Home

    Making Fire Cider at Home

    Fire cider is a folk remedy that has been used for centuries to boost the immune system and combat colds and flus. It is a potent blend of apple cider vinegar, honey, garlic, onion, ginger, turmeric, and other herbs and spices. It is believed that the combination of these ingredients…

  • Making Colloidal Silver at Home | Natural Antibiotic

    Making Colloidal Silver at Home | Natural Antibiotic

    Colloidal silver has been used for centuries to treat a myriad of ailments, from wound infections to lung diseases. The ancient Greeks and Romans used silver to increase healing and prevent disease. In the early 1900s, colloidal silver gained popularity as an antibiotic before penicillin was discovered. During World War…

  • Building the Garden of Your Dreams | Even if You Stumble

    Building the Garden of Your Dreams | Even if You Stumble

    Oh, the garden!! From the fragrant aromas, colors and textures, to the beauty and abundance you can find here!  When we moved last year, it was a shmita year.  A shmita year happens every 7 years. It’s the year where you allow your land/garden to rest. You can find more…