Weekend Links

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Source: Uploaded by user via Pj on Pinterest Links I loved this week: Peanut Butter Honey Cookies @ Creating Naturally 7 Ways to Include Children in Your Decorating @ Life… Your Way “I Already Spend All Day in the Kitchen, How Will I Ever Have Time for Special Holiday Food?” @ Kitchen Stewardship Eat Well and Spend Less on Edible Homemade Gifts for the Holidays @ Food for my Family (I particularly liked the different spice mixes and such in the Ingredients category) 147 Things […]

Making A Family Gratitude Journal {A Simple Thanksgiving Tradition}

A Family Gratitude Journal at KeeperoftheHome.org

By Courtney Dunkin, Contributing Writer Throughout history, many cultures have held celebrations of thanksgiving to recognize their gratitude for what they have. Most often, traditional thanksgiving celebrations have been held during harvest time in the fall. In the United States of America, our Thanksgiving has evolved into the start of the Christmas shopping season. You’ve probably heard jokes about how we give thanks for what we have and then race to the stores to buy more things the very next day. There is certainly some […]

We Are So Rich

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**I’ve returned from a much needed week-long computer break and I’m glad to be back! We had a very blessed Christmas, rejoicing in our Savior’s birth and enjoying special times with family. I’ll post just a little bit this week and then be more back to normal posting by next week. I hope that you all had a wonderful holiday as well!** It’s easy to complain about what we don’t have isn’t it? I often find that in the fall and winter, as the stores […]