Making soap at home has never been easier with this recipe!! Feel free to use whatever essential oil you want to make it smell any way you want! The possibilites are endless! Ingredients 1 Foaming soap container 1 cup warm water 2 Tablespoons of Dr. Bronner’s castile soap 15 Drops of LEMONGRASS essential oil Get… Read More Lemongrass Foaming Hand Soap
Honestly, there’s nothing quite like making your own soap. A lot of people get scared that they will have to deal with lye (a pretty dangerous chemical), but what people don’t always realize is that there are other options! Today, I’m going to show you how to make an EASY Easter soap, melt and pour… Read More Easy Melt and Pour Easter Soap
A good sugar scrub on your skin is always a must have after a long day of work! Not only will it leave you skin smelling and feeling good, you’ll be moisturized for hours!
If you are ready to add a spruce if gorgeous-ness (because that’s totally a word) to your yard, these seed bombs take the cake! They are a super fun and easy craft to make and it’s so fun and exciting to see what pops up out of the ground after you plant them!
After years of dreaming of having a Kitchen Aid Mixer, I was finally able to get one. I love having all that power to mix and knead dough, plus all the nifty attachments that are available. But before buying more gadgets that I might or I might not use, I wanted to do a little… Read More Must-Have Accessories For Your Stand Mixer
If you are a beginner gardener or a seasoned veteran, good quality garden tools are an important part of the job. Cheap tools can make the chore harder, while proper implements can make gardening chore a breeze. The biggest mistake new gardeners make is in buying cheap quality tools. If you can’t purchase everything at… Read More 5 Must-Have Gardening Tools
It’s been over three months since we moved onto our new farm, and the ideas about what we want to do with the place just keep on coming. The greatest challenge so far has been to slow down and truly evaluate how we want the place to look and function. We’re not new to agriculture… Read More Winter On The Farm: A Time For Reflection And Planning
Grandma used to make the best fried cornbread in the whole world. Some may call them hoe-cakes, but she just called it cornbread. It wasn’t until I was in graduate school that I asked Grandma for the recipe. Well, there isn’t really a formal recipe. You just have to learn how to do it correctly.… Read More Grandma’s Fried Cornbread
For decades now, evangelical Christians have argued that American culture has become more Godless over time. To be sure, the latter half of the twentieth century wreaked havoc on American society as more people came to accept relativism and multiculturalism as honorable “truths, ” and anyone who did not accept the new paradigm must be… Read More This Dangerous Book Review + Giveaway!
If you’re anything like me, it can be a little difficult to find the perfect Bible. Having a Bible that really brings the Word to life for me makes the world of a difference. Well, recently, my long-awaited search for a new and wonderful Bible has come to an end. I was recently offered the… Read More My Pick For Best Woman’s Bible