A Cloth Diapering Q and A

I've used cloth diapers for the past two years on both of my baby boys. I began researching about this diapering process while I was pregnant with my first son. At first glance, the entire concept of cloth diapering seemed monumental and completely overwhelming. I went to the internet with a long list of questions:... Continue Reading →

How to Make and Use Orange Pomander Balls

The bleak winter season makes me crave all things cozy and inviting, including fragrances. While I enjoy filling my home with festive scents, I don't love the toxic ingredients found within air fresheners and candles.  It's so easy to light Christmas candles and achieve that comfortable vibe, but did you know that synthetic fragrances are... Continue Reading →

Creating a Dried Orange Garland for Christmas

Our little farmhouse is looking quite festive dressing in all of its Christmas attire! I immensely enjoy how our home looks at this time of year. Stockings, twinkle lights, candles, cinnamon sticks, cranberries, and garlands all work together to create a cozy environment like no other. I recently shared some inspiration for how I decorate... Continue Reading →

Simple and Primitive Christmas Decorations

Our little farmhouse is looking quite festive dressing in all of its Christmas attire! I immensely enjoy how our home looks at this time of year. Stockings, twinkle lights, candles, cinnamon sticks, cranberries, and garlands all work together to create a cozy environment like no other. Living in a 100 year old farmhouse has inspired... Continue Reading →

Cloth Diapering | The Pros and Cons

I've used cloth diapers on both of my boys. That's nearly two full years of experience under my belt, so I'm fairly confident in explaining the pros and cons of this way of diapering to whoever is interested. In my opinion, the pros vastly outweigh the cons, but I also understand that cloth diapers may... Continue Reading →

5 Simple Autumn Touches for Your Home

I’m not really on the fall decorating train. I enjoy growing pumpkins in our garden and placing them on the porch amidst a few mums, but that's about as festive as it gets around here during autumn. Instead I take pleasure in placing small and subtle touches of the season around my home. No bright... Continue Reading →

The Various Methods for Drying Herbs

My herb garden is a work in progress. I’ve continued to add more plants of medicinal and culinary value to this section of my garden over the past three years. Read all about my Herb Garden plans here! This is the first year that many of my herbs have thrived. I’ve so enjoyed their unique... Continue Reading →

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