I am so glad I live in the age of technology. When I want to research a subject there are literally thousands of resources at my fingertips. Along with the resources comes sweet friendship with those who have shared what works and doesn’t work in their homes. Today, I want to share with you homemaking blogs I have enjoyed over the years.
A HOMEMAKING BLOG ROUNDUP
The Copperswife – Cheryl has a wonderful website for young and older homemakers. She has an amazing series entitled The Less Than Perfect Kitchen. I have a less than perfect kitchen that was built in 1913, so I have really learned to make do with the tiny amount of counter space that I have.
The Christian Homekeeper – Sylvia’s site was the first homesteading blog I found years ago. Over the years, I’ve enjoyed reading and learning from a wife and mother has been in my shoes one time or another. Sylvia even has a weekly radio program.
If You Do Stuff, Stuff Gets Done – Rhonda is a blogging buddy I found years ago through Blogger. She shares her CVS finds and savings every week; reading about her savings makes me jealous of not having a CVS nearby. She even shares pictures of some of the cutest grandchildren in the world.
Home Joys – Gina is a Mennonite homemaker. She shows the joys of gardening and food preservation for her young family. I have always wanted to butcher my own hog, Gina shared about their annual hog butchering.
While there are many blogs and websites written for homemaking, these are just a few I enjoy reading. Do you have any you could add the list for others to learn about?
Have you missed any days of the 31 Days of Homemaking Series? You can catch up HERE.