Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sprouted Yogurt & Coconut Waffles

 Saturday Mornings it’s pancake or waffles at our home.  These are so much fun to make because almost every week we experiment with different ingredient combinations.  We wanted to post this ones because they were so delicious. Then, we like … Continue reading

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Emergency Preparedness: Simple and Inexpensive Refrigeration

For right now, we don’t have a solar panel yet.  If we needed refrigeration and it wasn’t winter and no access to ice, my first choice for alternative refrigerationi to have ready touse is solution 1.  Someone used this cooler … Continue reading

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Easy Homemade Body, Face And Foot Scrub

Our parents really liked this gift we made.  It is very simple to make and good for feet, body and face. You will need: 1 cup of epsom salt ¼ cup coconut oil (you may also use olive oil or … Continue reading

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Easy Homemade Raw Buckwheat Granola

If you didn’t know, boxed cereals are really worth pennies and they are sold for about $4-$5 a box.  What a rip off.  Well, we used to had them, but now it has been about two years that we have … Continue reading

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Easy Homemade Natural Mouthwash

We have been more careful about our oral health because of Danielle’s early tooth cavities.  A mouthwash is something new for our family.  We have never used one.  I thought it is great to use in between meals and after … Continue reading

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How To Make Natural Body Wash

This is so easy and very inexpensive.  All you need is a bar of soap and your favorite essential oil for fragrance.  We like a natural soap like castile or any other good one like goat’s milk, oatmeal etc.  Our … Continue reading

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How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar And It’s Many Uses

Here we are with Destiny and Danielle making raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar.  This is so easy and costs you nothing.  Well, nothing you really have to buy.  When we eat apples, we save the cores in a bag in … Continue reading

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A Woman is: Of A Quiet Spirit

Take the test if you are of a “quiet spirit” as in 1 Peter 3:4.  This character quality is related to a husband/wife relationship.  We can also be quiet outside and angrily loud in our hearts.  Here is example of … Continue reading

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The Woman’s Place

From Ladies Against Feminism, a timely word from R. J. Rushdoony We talk a lot on LAF about the “family economy” and how it eliminates the whole mythical “work-family balance” that causes eruptions in the blogosphere every time it is raised. Family is work, … Continue reading

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Homeschool Help: What Does a “Lifestyle of Learning” Look Like?

  Again, the Boyer’s advise on homeschooling our talented children have been very helpful.   My very adventurous girl will do her homework in the great outdoors and actually do it!  she is one of those who would hate to … Continue reading

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