Are you looking for a simple & lighter option for dinner after all the wonderful, yet rich, holiday meals? Or maybe you're a seafood lover but don't want to spend all evening in the kitchen. Or perhaps, like me, you're on the AIP diet journey and in need of something a little different. If so,… Continue reading AIP Shrimp Sauté with Lemon-Thyme & Leeks (Ready in 20, AIP, Paleo, Gluten-Free)
Now that we've gotten our hearts ready to love on others, it's time for the practical stuff! (If you missed the first 2 in this series, you can find them here: Part 1, Part 2) But always remember, whatever you do to prepare, Let all that you do, be done in love1 Corinthians 16:14 Start… Continue reading Wise Women Living 3-Part Series: How to Prepare for Guests—Practical Tips + Free Planning Guide (Pt.3)
Exciting news!! Titus 2 in a TextMe World is now a podcast too! Find the Brand New Podcast available today on Apple Podcasts and Anchor.fm. What You Can Expect: Scripture-based truths to strengthen your heart along with practical tips that you can carry out in your daily life—starting today!Episodes will cover topics that are important… Continue reading Brand New Titus 2 in a TextMe World Podcast-
Feeling stuck in the monotonous and sometimes meaningless-feeling activities that make up the daily grind? I completely get you, and so does Kari Patterson, author of Sacred Mundane: How to Find Freedom, Purpose and Joy. And that's why I highly recommend adding her book to your summer reading list-and if you don’t have a one-today's… Continue reading Must-Read for Women This Summer– Sacred Mundane: How to Find Freedom, Purpose and Joy
If I asked you to describe a homemaker, how would you reply? A 1950s housewife complete with pearls and high heels? A Household Cooking and Cleaning Service? A Woman who sits around all day watching t.v. and snacking? In reality, the work of a homemaker is something that goes much deeper than any of the… Continue reading What is a Homemaker? You May be Surprised!
Here in the states, we mostly make our teas from one of those store-bought bags. In Mexico, my husband's home country, everything from flowers, to artichokes, to the bark of some trees is utilized in making tea. Today I present you a Mexican favorite with a little twist: Made simply from water, cinnamon sticks… Continue reading Homemade Cinnamon-Ginger Tea Recipe
As the weather warms, strawberry season starts to flourish and farmer's markets around the country begin to open, it as if our bodies know and they start firing off signals to our brains--give me freshly-picked fruits and veggies! Our taste buds begin to change and start to crave fresher ingredients. So here's a refreshing, yet… Continue reading Strawberry Citrus Spinach Salad