The Two Week-Three Month Pantry eBook

What if we told you there was a simple food-storage system that could not only help you gradually build up a backup supply of food in case of future physical or financial emergencies, but that could also reduce your family’s food-fixing stresses today?

Where does Frugal Grocery Shopping Begin? 

Question: Where does Frugal Grocery Shopping begin? Answer: With understanding your job. With the meals you fix. You may think that frugal grocery shopping consists of acquiring the ability to use coupons to purchase $200 worth of food for only $4.37, but  that isn’t necessarily true.  If most of your purchases made with the coupons […]

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HOW TO MAKE DOING BORING CHORES EASIER

TWO TYPES OF WORK Managing a home requires two types of work: Daily Operations (i.e., chores) and Projects.  The purpose of doing Daily Operations is to maintain your home at its current level of cleanliness, order, effectiveness and beauty.  The purpose of a Project is to somehow make the future better. PROJECTS HAVE A BEGINNING […]

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The Power of Limits

Just because you have space in your home doesn’t mean you have to fill it.  Space is a resource that ought to be preserved.  Having a feeling of spaciousness in various areas throughout your home can make you feel good and improve your mood.  Human beings don’t do well in crowded spaces. Clothes don’t do […]

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Children’s Chores and “Adulting”: Why Chores Matter (Part 2)–Tips and Reminders

Learning how to do basic chores and other life skills at a young age matters.  Here are some things you can do… Adulting (v): The ability to behave in an adult manner and fulfill such grown-up responsibilities as: hold a 9-5 job, make monthly mortgage/rent, or car payments, or accomplish anything else in such a way […]

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Children’s Chores and “Adulting” : Why Chores Matter (Part 1)

Learning how to do basic chores and other life skills at a young age matters.  Here are two examples why… Adulting (v): The ability to behave in an adult manner and fulfill such grown-up responsibilities as: hold a 9-5 job, make monthly mortgage/rent, or car payments, or accomplish anything else in such a way as […]

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A Better Work Environment

The appearance and condition of our physical environments (at home or on the job) can affect how we think and feel during our workday. Cluttered, chaotic and unappealing surroundings contribute to scattered, negative thoughts. We feel overwhelmed and weary before the day even begins. In contrast, we are enlivened for the day when we can […]

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The Two Week – Three Month Pantry

Well, we did it! The Two Week-Three Month Pantry ebook is finally finished and ready for purchase! Click on the link below to discover how this great system—with easy recipes, inventories and shopping lists included–can help busy people or beginning cooks: Do the grocery shopping faster, Gradually build up a reserve supply of real food […]

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Home Storage Centers

In your efforts to be more self-reliant and better prepared for some of life’s emergencies, many of you may not be aware of the following resource… The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints operates Home Storage Centers in various locations across the United States and Canada for the purpose of helping “…Church members and […]

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Medicinal Soup Recipe

To those of you who attended the recent “Making Homemade Soups & Breads” class, here is the “medicinal” soup I promised to share.  According to Consumer Reports, studies have shown that chicken soup actually does help “fight the common cold.”  This is done primarily by reducing the following symptoms:   “Inhaling the warm steam of […]

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Homemade Granola

HOMEMADE GRANOLA Plow through your favorite bulk-food section to find the following ingredients…and have fun gradually adapting the ingredients and proportions to suit your own taste. Ingredients: 6 cups old-fashioned, rolled oats (not quick oats) 1 cups raw, shelled, sunflower seeds 1 cup flaked coconut 1 cup sliced almonds ½ cup wheat germ or wheat […]

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