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TERRYN

0 In Book Lists/ Books

My Summer Reading List

I have always been an avid reader, at least as far as I can remember. There have been seasons where I have read voraciously and other seasons where I read just a few books, depending on my mind and surrounding circumstances. As an adult, I typically gravitate towards non-fiction books – specifically Christian non fiction or personal growth books that will help me as a business owner and leader. If you work from home, you may find these personal growth…

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0 In Homeschooling

Free First Aid Printable Worksheet Bundle

As homeschool moms, we can sometimes get caught up in teaching the core subjects of reading, writing, math, history, science. While I absolutely believe in focusing on these core subjects when your children are young or in certain seasons, it is important to touch on some other ideas in our homeschool. Often times, things like first aid will come up in a natural conversation when it becomes necessary.   But having a few resources on hand when these natural conversations…

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0 In Food & Recipes/ Keto Life

COBB SALAD TRIFLE RECIPE

Are you following a low carb or keto diet? Even if you aren’t, who doesn’t love a refreshing Cobb Salad every once in awhile? This Cobb Salad Trifle is full of healthy fats, protein, veggies and will keep you satisfied for hours! Not to mention, this is a beautiful and impressive dish to take to your next gathering or picnic! You will definitely get those “oohs and ahhs” when people see this dish coming in!   If you are following…

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0 In Essential Oils/ Homemaking

Your Non Toxic Guide To Spring Cleaning

Spring is finally upon us, which means – spring cleaning! You might not want to do a whole home spring clean, but chances are you could benefit from a couple spring cleaning tasks. With the warmer weather, cheerful blossoms, and chirping birds comes a natural surge in energy and motivation to clear out the old and welcome the new.   We can see this philosophy manifest in nature, as liver-supportive herbs pop up in the form of dandelions and chickweed, and our…

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0 In Essential Oils/ Healthy Living/ Uncategorized

Ways To Naturally Manage Fevers At Home

It’s a widely known fact in the world of wellness that suppressing fevers does little more than provide comfort while possibly prolonging illness unnecessarily. The common drug of choice for fever reduction, tylenol, is incredibly taxing on the liver and depletes glutathione, an antioxidant present in the body necessary for detoxification. Rather than suppress, consider letting the fever do what is was intended to do. Fever plays an important role in the immune system and in fighting off illness. I…

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0 In Essential Oils/ Healthy Living/ Natural Mom

What We Used To Naturally Treat a Respiratory Virus

After two years, the time finally came when my family was struck with the virus that the world has been obsessing over. Before I tell you how we managed, you should know that we are a family of ten, with 8 children ages 17 down to one. Our ten year old daughter was diagnosed with leukemia in January of 2021, so we have basically been in quarantine for a year. We have a prayer group dedicated to her journey and…

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0 In Modere/ Working From Home

How To Become a Modere Social Marketer With the Fastest Growing Team

If you’re reading this you’ve probably heard a little bit about Modere and are wondering if becoming a Modere Social Marketer could be a good fit for you. Modere is a 30-year-old clean + healthy lifestyle brand who flipped their business model to Social Retail 5 years ago. Some people have questioned the change, but it has been hugely successful, for good reason. It is reassuring to know this company is stable, but seeing huge momentum right now. The company is entering into momentum phase – the…

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0 In Homeschooling

How To Simplify Homeschool Planning When Your Current Plan Isn’t Working

Homeschool planning can be exciting and fun, especially when you first start your homeschool journey. It’s been said, after all, “People don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan.” While planning in a way that suits your learning and teaching style and your family’s personalities can be helpful, it should not enslave you. I’ve experienced times in our homeschool that were really overwhelming and left me feeling defeated, primarily because I had allowed the “open-and-go” plans to become the boss of…

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0 In Homeschooling

6 Ways To Simplify Your Homeschool During a Stressful Season

Any homeschool mom can tell you that even in a good season, homeschooling presents its share of challenges. Homeschooling involves a learning curve for most moms—from the trial and error of finding a functional daily rhythm, to figuring out curriculum, to managing home and extracurriculars, to learning your child’s learning style. And heaven help you if your kid’s learning style differs from yours!   When we find ourselves in the middle of rough times, whether it be weeks on end…

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0 In Christmas - Simplify The Season

Emmanuel Grapevine Wreath Ornament

This impressionistic ornament helps us remember that God came to be with us as Emmanuel. You may want to supervise your children when they make this ornament, as it does use hot glue or tacky glue.   Emmanuel Grapevine Wreath Ornament SUPPLIES: Small grapevine wreath (available at Michaels and Hobby Lobby) White felt, cut to approximately 5 inches by 2 inches Hot glue or tacky glue Wood bead Yellow chenille stem, cut to approximately 3 inches White craft foam, cut…

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