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Are you ready to be challenged on your homemaking journey?


With Traditional Homemaker my goal is to help you make small changes in your diet and lifestyle that will result in huge changes for you and and your future generations.

I hope to encourage you to take the path less traveled by listening to our ancestors rather than popular fad and money-driven science. 

Together we can filter through the noise of our day and find a balance of traditional living and modern science by researching outside the box and listening to our bodies.

By providing practical food and lifestyle advice from my own experiences and those I trust I hope to encourage you on to make healthier choices for you and your family. 

A New Homemaking

Change is difficult and it doesn’t all happen at once. And even after I’ve implemented change, I still have the liberty to chose convenience over what I know is healthier.

That’s the joy of not labeling this homemaking lifestyle: I can do whatever is going to work best for me and my family at the moment. This way I am not causing extra stress in my life, nor am I avoiding social gatherings because of how I choose to live at home.

My articles can be overwhelming and in depth so here are a few points to begin with:

1. Eat only what comes from (or was fueled by) a plant. Minimize what was concocted in a plant. 

2. If it didn’t exist 150 years ago, then it probably isn’t food. Consume in moderation.

3. Eat butter. 

4. Eat the whole egg.

5. Drink raw milk. 

6. Don’t stress about food.

7. Make lifestyle changes one at a time. 

       8. Homemaking is one of the most noble career choices. 

       9. Cook at home. 

Numbers six and seven are just as much a reminder for me as for you. Life is short. I’m going to enjoy food and this homemaking journey as much as I can. 

My diet isn’t perfect nor do I try to make it perfect. I make allowances for myself that leave no room for guilt. I aim for the 80/20 goal. Eighty percent of the time I eat a traditional diet to my best ability and resources; 20 percent of the time I just eat. Ha! 

When you are feeling like a little background and history lesson, please head on over to my Why Traditional Homemaker? page and find out more about the guidelines I use for my health. 

Or go here to find out more about my personal story!  

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Remember, one day at a time, one change at a time. 

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