You Can Celebrate this Mother’s Day

You Can Celebrate Mother's Day: a young hand giving her heart into an older set of outstretched hands.

To some, Mother’s Day is a day of spoiling and relaxing. These ladies can kick back and be waited on all day by their husband and children. To others it is a day of stinging pain. A day forced on them by Hallmark and other cheesy greeting card companies. These ladies perhaps can’t have children, or they’ve never found Mr. Right, or perhaps they have bad memories of their own mother. If you find yourself in the latter camp, I’d like to show you that you can celebrate this Mother’s Day. 

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Why Homemaking is Important: The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Rules the World

Homemaker wearing an apron talking on the phone with a little girl in her arms while stirring a pot on the stove.

Homemaking is one of the most under paid, under appreciated jobs. With little immediate return on your investment, you may wonder why homemaking is important anyways.

I get it. In today’s society homemaking is not a popular topic of conversation. It isn’t a career for climbing the corporate ladder. It isn’t a “path to success” in the world’s terminology. And it most certainly isn’t going to make you rich quick.

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