This blog is dedicated to helping you to get your life together and to bring your home and your family a better quality of life.
We want you to be able to re-create your comfort zone.
How is it done?
Firstly filter out the noise. Yes you can turn off the TV even if only one night a week. Go more to the Internet and seek out sites that are positive and have no hidden agenda.
Then, too, you can learn to become a Creative Homemaker on a very gentle gradient.
What are the qualities of the Creative Homemaker?
- The Ability to lighten the load for all and to create a little bit of magic.
- The Ability to listen to your friends and family and make each one special
- The Ability to beautify your home, making it a place of joy for others. .
- The Ability to laugh at yourself and let your family laugh along with you.
- The Ability to turn your Home into a Sanctuary – to close the door and leave a troubled world outside.
Creative Home Makers are blessed with unique qualities; they are compassionate, but only sometimes competent and organized. They may not be great cooks, but they know how to get along with the in-laws. Unlike Lady Gaga the Creative Homemaker may or may not be a knock-out but like Lady Gaga they also don’t mind cleaning toilets!
The creative homemaker is good at forgiving and most of all she knows how to forgive herself.
We write because if we can make you smile, that is a very good thing nowadays. In addition if we can also give you some useful information you can use to improve the quality of your family-life that is better still. You can access these posts directly or via links in our monthly newsletter.
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Wishing you the joys of spring and summer and all good things!
Quote for the Week
When women are depressed, they either eat or go shopping.
Men invade another country. It’s a whole different way of thinking.
— Elaine Boosler