This blog is dedicated to lifestyle of our buyers with great ideas from health, DOY and other great ideas brought from our favorite bloggers.
One of the ways that we set the tone in the home is through our attitude. The Bible says
It is better to dwell in the wilderness, than with a contentious and an angry woman. -Proverbs 21:19
It also says:
A continual dripping on a rainy day and a quarrelsome wife are alike. -Proverbs 27:15
Living in America in this day in age is still an age where it’s important to be keeping up (or beating) the Jones’ family when it comes to climbing the social ladder. Whether it’s the size of your car or house, the number of children you have, or a number of things you have in your craft room; there’s always something that apparently needs to be upgraded in our lives, but the thing is, does it really?
"Some people feel they are touched by heaven in a physical way every Sunday," Freeman said as he entered New Life United Pentecostal Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Did you know that the average American woman owns around 27 pairs of shoes. Yep, you heard me right, 27. While the average American man owns about 12. Who in the world needs that many shoes?! I sure don’t, and I’m pretty sure you don’t either!
I’ve already learned how easy it is to make Christmas WAY more complicated than it needs to be! Between the pressure to have the perfect baked goods, the perfect handwritten notes, the perfect decorations, and of course, getting everyone on your gift list the perfect gift, it can become easy to miss what is really important.
What does being a good hostess mean to you? For me, it means having a tidy home (free of clutter and dust bunnies), being able to offer my guests a snack or meal, and looking presentable. My ideals might be different than yours, so I encourage you to take some time to figure them out.
It’s that warm, tingly feeling you get when you see that little child’s eyes light up as he opens his first gift. It’s that overwhelming generosity that directs you to reach out to that family who has been struggling, or that lonely couple down the street.