Four Great Resources for Homemakers

There are some resources that I just go back to again and again as helps and encouragements for me as a mom and homemaker. I’m sharing four of my favorites here.

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This is a great little book by Mystie Winckler. I had the opportunity to review it my first year on the Schoolhouse Review Crew. I’ve long enjoyed using digital organization instead of a paper homemaking binder. And, although I know some of you just love paper organizers you can hold and touch and carry with you, many people are finding it easier and more convenient to organize digitally. If you like using your computer for everything- like me!- Paperless Home Organization has some great ideas and how to tips.

Not Just Tacos

This awesome book is more than just a cookbook- although it is a cookbook as well. Not Just Tacos, by Shirley Solis, is a culinary trip through Latin America. Shirley is a Latin American mom of six and a homeschooler. So her writing is a lesson in geography as well as a cookbook filled with Latin American specialties. Shirley gives some general information about Latin American foods and then includes recipes from a variety of Latin American countries. This book would make a great accompaniment to a geography unit study as well as a cookbook filled with yummy new dishes for your family to try. You can read my full review of the book here.

Strengthening the Heart of a Homemaker

This devotional by author Kristen Smith can be used in a variety of ways and is filled with encouragement for homemakers. It’s divided into thirteen sections with Scripture verses and journaling sections. Kristen constantly points homemakers to the source of our strength- Christ. And her devotional was inspiring and uplifting. You can read my full review of the devotional here.

How to Blog for Profit (Without Selling Your Soul)

Okay, this book, by Ruth Sokup, isn’t particularly for homemakers. But, if you are a homemaker trying to develop a business through blogging, this is an excellent resource. I read Ruth’s book a year or so ago and didn’t really digest it. I’m reading it again, slowly. And I’ve been using it to slowly but surely help to make my blog a place that I hope readers can come for encouragement and support. Yes, I’d love to make some profit from my blog. But I don’t want to do it in such a way that I lose sight of why I’m doing it. Ruth’s book is the perfect resource for this. In a friendly, conversational tone, Ruth writes about being genuine and authentic while finding ways to help provide for the family through blogging as well. I’m loving it!

There you go- four great resources to encourage and help you in your homemaking journey. Do you have other favorite homemaking books or resources? I’d love to hear them. Let me know in the comments.

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