Homemaking doesn’t always come naturally. These great homemaking resources will help you be a better homemaker and save money. Gilmour has been kind enough to sponsor this post.
There are likely several things that go into your homemaking. Cooking, cleaning, organizing, shopping, and so much more. It’s a lot of responsibilities and it’s easy to get overwhelmed or feel like you aren’t doing a great job in all areas.
Many people seem to believe homemaking is something that should just come naturally. You may naturally do well in some areas but it’s unlikely someone naturally does well in all areas of homemaking. Continuing to learn new homemaking skills, or improving the ones we already have, can help make our lives better and easier.
There are some really great resources out there to help make us better homemakers and help us to be less overwhelmed. These are a few resources I have enjoyed.
Must-Have Homemaking Resources
I loved this book by Crystal Paine. I was also excited when she released Say Goodbye to Survival Mode the course, both are wonderful. So many of us are living in survival mode and that’s no way to live. Crystal gives great advice that helped her get out of this place and it’s sure to help you as well.
I recently read The Fringe Hours: Making Time for You by Jessica N. Turner and it’s great. She gives practical advice for using the bits of time that are normally wasted in your day to follow your passions.
This course is great for anyone struggling with clutter to help you tackle it for good. It’s an easy, self-paced, e-course that you can go through as many times as you need.
Home Comforts: The Art and Science of Keeping House by Cheryl Mendelson is an amazing resource. My mom bought it for me when I got married and I refer to it often. It had info on cleaning just about anything, cleaning schedules, and so much more.
Saving money on groceries is always my goal. I’ve been working for years to find ways to save as much money as possible while still buying good, healthy food. I often get asked how I do this so I created the Money Saving Grocery Guide to help. It also contains the printables I use to stay organized.
Homemakers are juggling so many things having a place to keep track of all of it is essential. There are so many great planner options out there now that are perfect for homemakers. Check out my post 10 Best Planners for Homemakers. I share some of my favorite planners.
As you can see by the photos in this post I love to have flowers in my home. I consider this a homemaking resource because it makes me happy and makes my home more attractive.
Just for fun, check out this flower quiz, what type of flower am I. I’m a geranium. It’s a fun way to come up with the next flowers you should buy.
Using these resources has really helped me with my homemaking. I also love the community of homemakers in the Facebook group Homemaking for Everyone. They share such helpful information and it’s a great place to ask questions.
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