Provident Living. Ideas for food storage, budgeting, cooking, organizing, gardening, decorating and more
Can You Afford to Stay Home?
Staying home with your children may be more affordable than you realize.
Cook Once A Month and Enjoy!
If your evening hours are hectic, try Once-A-Month-Cooking. You may rediscover your family and the joy of not cooking dinner!
Creative Cooking With Kids
Tips for helping kids participate in and enjoy cooking for the family.
Cutting Grocery Costs
With rising grocery costs, what can you do to feed and care for your family?
Fema for Kids [offsite link]
A site just for kids on disaster preparation. Includes lesson plans, information on FEMA, and information on current disasters.
Growing Vegetables and Fruit Indoors
This article shares specific information on how to grow tomatoes, carrots, strawberries...even corn...inside this winter.
How Real Women Clean
If you have a job or children you may want some ideas for keeping a house of order. Here are some tips from real LDS women who juggle families and outside responsibilities, just like you do.
Indoor Gardening Tips
When its cold and snowy outside you can still enjoy fresh, HOMEGROWN vegetables for dinner. Here are some basic tips to get you started.
Learning to Clean from the Scriptures
If you have ever wanted to be a better steward of your home, try turning to the scriptures. They are filled with good advice.
More on Cutting Grocery Costs
Here are some more tips for feeding your family for less money.
Once-A-Month-Cooking in a Group
If you want to have company while cooking meals for your family, try starting an OAM cooking group. Here are some tips from a successful, budget-wise OAM cooking group.
OrganizedHome.com [offsite link]
I´m not organized or domestic, but most of what is on this wonderful site looks manageable. From the realities of freezer cooking to having a yard sale, this will help you organize and declutter.
Quality for Keeps: Freezing Home Prepared Foods [offsite link]
When you actually break down and cook something, you might as well double the recipe and freeze half. This article tells you how to do it safely and includes instructions (not recipes) for a wide variety of items, including homemade toaster waffles.
Tips for Cooking With Kids
If you want to know how to handle children in the kitchen without boiling over, these tips may help
Wolf Achievement: Cooking and Eating [offsite link]
Recipes that can be prepared by Cub Scouts and other children. Warning: the recipes have names like Severed Bloody Fingers. (Boys will love the titles, but you may want to change them!)
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