Summer time is upon us! While it can be a new adjustment for some of us to have our kids with us all day, it is truly a blessing. Very soon, our kids will be grown, and all the time we had for making childhood memories will be gone. As a teacher, I am overjoyed that summer is here and that I am spending all of my time at home with my three littles.Read More
Isn’t cleaning fun?!? Said no woman ever. And yet, it is a daily task that consumes so much of our lives. I’ll be honest, there have been times when it feels like all that I do is clean. But suffering through the necessary evil of cleaning is much better than NOT cleaning, for sure! No one wants to live in filth and disorganization.Read More
This post is part of our May Homemaking Series. In this series of posts, we have examined many different aspects of homemaking.
In one of the previous posts in the series, I mentioned some of the basic elements of homemaking, such as cooking, cleaning, and childrearing.
If you’ve read my introduction on the home page of my blog, you may have noticed that aside from being a wife, mom to three kids, and a blogger, I also am a teacher. I have a bachelor’s degree in education and I work full time as an ESL teacher at an elementary school in East Tennessee.Read More
This post is the third post in my May 2017 series on homemaking. You can read the previous posts here and here.
So why should Christian women make striving for excellence in their homemaking a priority? How does homemaking tie in to a Biblical worldview? What does the Bible say about homemaking?Read More
In my last post, I wrote about what homemaking is. In this post, I hope to clearly articulate my thoughts about why homemaking is still important in this day and age in which we live. This post is probably going to come across as a lot more bold and controversial than some of my other posts…Read More
Thank you for visiting my blog, Start Homemaking! I am so glad that you stopped by, and I hope that you will find articles and resources that will help you to grow as a homemaker, and to accomplish your ongoing goals in homemaking!Read More
Hello friends, I’m back after an abrupt hiatus. I have to confess that I had simply become too busy to blog… or so I thought.
My kids had gotten sick several times, which included a five-day hospital stay for my 7-month-old son. Every mom knows what a monkey wrench family sickness can throw in your plans!Read More
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Hi, I’m Jordan Rios. Thank you so much for visiting my site! I am a wife, mother of three littles, and an ESL teacher. I make my home in East Tennessee…..learn more