31 Days of Creative Homemaking for the Modern Day Woman

I am a firm believer that you can have the home you desire for your family no matter your lifestyle and schedule.  With simple solutions and a creative mindset, I hope to share my real life tips and tricks to make homemaking a bit easier and more purposeful.  

Starting tomorrow, I will be blogging for 31 days on creative homemaking for the modern day woman.  You can find all of the posts in this series here to either read in order or browse by topic.

31 Days Introduction

Day 1: Why Creative Homemaking?

Day 2: Quick Dinner Tip

Day 3: Entertaining Supplies Storage

Day 4: What's In My Kitchen?

Day 5: Balancing Our Budget

Day 6: Focusing on the Heart's of the Home

Day 7: A Pretty Little Corner

Day 8: Menu Planning

Day 9: A Day in the Life of a Homemaker

Day 10: Getting Cleaning Done

Day 11: Simple Living and Homemaking

Day 12: Letting Go of Success for the Sake of Your Home

Day 13: Everything I Do Takes Less Than Five Minutes

Day 14: More Slow Cooker Secrets

Day 15: Letting Your Home Tell Your Story

Day 16: Timeless Decorating

Day 17: A Post About Hand Soap

Day 18: Being a Minimalist

Day 19: Homemaking Links

Day 20: Making the Bed

Day 21: Sharing Household Duties

Day 22: Balancing Blogging + Home Life

Day 23: Things I Do For My Husband

Day 24: Five Books to a Better Marriage

Day 25: Tips on Throwing a Party

Day 26: How I Get Ready For a Party

Day 27: Having Children in the Home

Day 28: Seeing Your Home For What It Is

Day 29: Creating Family Traditions

Day 30: Live Your Life

Day 31: 31 Days--In Conclusion


31 Days of Creative Homemaking for the Modern Day Woman is now available as an ebook!  Click here to find out more about this entire series in an easy to read PDF download! 


  1. Awesome! I'm also doing a 31 day series: 31 Days to Building a Cleaning Routine.

    I'm excited to read yours. I have started following your blog by email! Good luck!

    Betsy @ Romance on a dime.com

  2. I was blessed to be a stay-at-home mom for 15 years while I engaged in creative homemaking and homeschooling my two sons. I have been back in the full-time work force for almost 3 years now and I still long for those days. I believe God created women/wives/mothers to be passionate about the home. That may be counter-cultural but it's what my heart and faith tell me. I work Monday through Friday, but you should see me on the weekends! It's a veritable homemaking festival of baking and cleaning and decorating. It fills my soul. It is not as much as I want, but it has to be enough for now. Thank you for this series....I will be checking in every day to read up and to see if I can learn a thing or two. By the way, most of those at-home years were in Folsom and Orangevale. Thought you might like to hear that! We live in Idaho now. Melinda T.

  3. What a series! Love your blog! x

  4. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your 31 days series. As a woman whose main focus for the past 15 years has been school and career, your series has taught me a lot and has made me rethink things. I am getting married next year and even though I will continue with my career and long commute, I want to make sure I create a home for our marriage grow in. Even if I’m not home a lot, I want to use my skills and strengths to create a home that is warm and inviting. You really have given some great ideas to help with that.


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