How to Cook for a Small Family

Portioning for Small Family Cooking  When meal planning it is important to know how to plan specifically for your own family size Mine is a family of three. By any standard we are a small family. When I first got married I knew how to cook. But, I didn’t know how to cook for a small family! I wanted to also tell you about products […] Read More

Scriptures for Homemakers

5 Scriptures for a Homemakers Soul | Renée at Great Peace #homemakers #stayathomemoms #workathomemoms #keeperathome #ihsnet

It’s winter.  Snow and ice are prevalent, and many long days are spent indoors. It often feels dark and like the house can become overwhelming. This is especially true for homemakers, homeschoolers, and stay at home moms.  That’s why I’m sharing 5 Days of Home and Keeping in Winter. Take a look at all five days to see what I’m sharing. Oh, and don’t miss the […] Read More

8 Homemaking Tips to Organize Your Pantry

8 Homemaking Tips to Organize Your Pantry | Renée at Great Peace #homemaker #keeperathome #householdchores

It seems as though the pantry can easily become a catch all, a place for you to hide away food boxes and cans and hope no one ever takes a look. Keeping the pantry organized can quickly become a household chore that no one wants to tackle. But, you can organize your pantry with eight simple tips. This way you can create a pantry that is […] Read More

How to Manage Household Chores Daily

How to Manage Household Chores Daily | Renée at Great Peace #householdchores #homemaker #keeperathome #moms #wives

Having a clean house is an amazing way to feel comfortable and cozy in your environment. After all, a cluttered house makes for a cluttered mind, and who has time for that? But, if you take a few minutes each day to manage household chores clutter stays at bay. While many people love when their homes are clean and tidy, having to do the work […] Read More

Prepare the Home for Winter Illness

How to Prepare the Home for the Winter Illness Season | Renée at Great Peace #winterillness #seasonalsickness #coldandfluseason #homemaking #householdchores

This is the winter illness season for colds, flus, and other yucks! In our family we all have struggled with head colds, sore throats, headaches and achy bodies already and we’re only a few weeks into winter. There are a lot of people we know who’ve faced the crud and it seems to be lingering.   Just last evening Young Man ended up with a sick […] Read More

15 Things Homemakers Need to do to Prepare Home for Winter

15 Ways Homemakers Can Prepare Their Homes for Winter | Renée at Great Peace #homemaker #home #managehousehold #keeper

With the fall months in full swing and winter not too far behind, many homemakers are getting their homes ready for the colder winter weather. The fall months are the perfect time to get a head start when it comes to getting your home ready for winter. The temperatures aren’t too cold just yet, there are plenty of sunshiny days to keep you motivated. Plus, […] Read More

Meal Planning without a Plan Saves Time and Money

Meal Planning without a Plan | Renée at Great Peace #mealplanning #groceryshopping #savemoney

As a homeschool mom, I’m always looking for ways to stretch a dollar. One of the ways that I do this is by meal planning without a plan.  What? You may be wondering how that is even possible. How can someone save money without having a plan for meals before grocery shopping? Meal Planning by Grocery Shopping For me, meal planning should begin where your […] Read More

5 Household Chores You Should Do Every Day

5 Household Chores You Should Do Every Day | Renée at Great Peace #householdchores #homemaking #keeperathome #ihsnet

I’m not much for deep cleaning on a daily basis. Believe me, I know women who vacuum their house every day. I’m not one of them. In fact, I don’t really see the need to vacuum daily. But there are some household chores that I do think need to be done on a daily basis.    Most chores can be managed by having a regular routine […] Read More