Your Homesteading Heritage: Top Tips for Taking Your Family Off the Grid Gracefully

Going off the grid appeals to a lot of families but a fair number of them tend to hold back on their plans, simply because they don’t really know where to start in order to turn that dream into a reality. It can often help to learn some basic prepper skills as part of your […]

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Our Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Trip

We recently traveled to Bagac, Bataan and stayed overnight at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. We were able to book a room good for 2 adults and 2 kids for just a net price 5,500.00 pesos. It was their pre-holiday sale! I’m sharing some photos from the very gorgeous place. We joined the walking tour […]

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Tips on How to Reduce Your Utility Bills

If you have a limited household budget you do not want to be spending any more than is absolutely necessary on your utility bills. The money you have has to be split across so many aspects of your life that you want to make sure it stretches as far as possible. We are going to […]

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Surviving Your First Christmas After a Divorce

According to recent research at the University of Washington, March and August have continuously been the peak months for divorce during a 14-year study. Of course, a Michigan divorce can occur at any time. And regardless of when it does happen, those first holidays alone can be doozies. Here are some simple but effective ways to […]

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What You Need To Know About Building Your Family-Friendly Kitchen

Creating a family-centered kitchen is a necessary adjustment for homes with growing families. Features such as open floor plans, durable surfaces, and abundant food storage are important to consider when creating a custom kitchen to fit the needs of multigenerational homes. When designing your custom family-friendly space, consider the features needed to outfit a space […]

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