Finding the beauty in homemaking. Sharing ways to simplify this busy life, healthy kid friendly recipes, handmade ideas and natural cleaning tips.
Hi! I’m Elizabeth
I have always loved the idea of “home” ever since I was a little girl. Having a place where I belonged. The word homemaking never had a negative sound to it.
I mean, making a home? I can’t think of a more fulfilling day job!
My husband, Mark and I met in 2009 and were married the next year. We had 3 little girls before we were blessed with identical twin boys in 2017. And that is when things really seemed to speed up and get kind of crazy in our lives!
When our twins were 1 year old’s we started building our forever home on the Kansas prairie. To say things were busy is an understatement! I couldn’t find time for the things I loved to do, like sewing and crafting. Keeping up on the housework seemed impossible, especially since we found out baby #6 was on the way.
It was at this point that I really started to develop a realistic way to keep up on all of my housework while still making time for my hobbies. Learning how to manage my time well and having a cleaning routine that I can actually stick to, has helped me to see the real BEAUTY in homemaking!
And I want you to really enjoy your life as a homemaker too!
I’ve been sharing decluttering strategies and housekeeping routines for busy moms over on Instagram for the last 3 years will loads of positive feedback and success stories. You CAN take control over the state of your home and find ways to be creative in your role as a housewife!
On this blog, you’ll find ways to be more productive with little kids at home, and ways to feel more fulfilled as a busy homemaker. I share healthy kid friendly recipes and all natural handmade, DIY ideas.
Looking for ways to be the best Homemaker you can be?
Learn how to manage your time and keep up with all the things you need to do to keep your household running smoothly with 55 page my homemaking planner!
A Few Fun Facts About Me:
After high-school, I was hired as a cake decorator at our local grocery store when I had zero experience making or frosting cakes.
I have lived in 12 houses in my life. And even though I love packing to move, I hope I never have to move to a 13th.
I learned how to do laundry from my husband after we were married. Not reccomended!
I have always been a neat freak, and as a kid I would beg my sister to let me clean her side of the room.
I don’t like to travel, and get really homesick even as an adult.
My mom signed me up for sewing class in high-school without telling me. I was really mad at the time because I needed an Algebra class during that period to get into college. Looking back I’m so glad she did, because I didn’t last long in college and I use the skills I learned in sewing class all the time!