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Yes, homemaking is hard work.
For the mom who is frustrated her work is never done –
For the mom who has tried so many things and nothing has worked –
For the mom who is upset that she hasn’t figured this out already –
Even we can learn to manage our homes with peace and joy.
Organize your attitude
so you can organize your life.
Your home needs you, not a new system.
Motivation is hard to find, but you’ve found it here.
I’m Mystie Winckler, a second-generation homeschooler, married to my high school sweetheart, classically educating myself and my five kids for the last 16 years. I thought homemaking would be easy. I was wrong.
I decided to figure it out, and the answers surprised me every step. Turns out my frustration, anger, and perfectionism were a bigger problem than the laundry, dishes, and sticky floor.
Join me in conquering ourselves with the gospel first,
then following up with laundry, planners, and everything else.
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Instead of being scattered, stressed, and sad,
we can manage our days with cheerful calm
and end each one satisfied and smiling.
We just need the instruction, guidance, mentoring, and accountability so we learn those things we wish we’d known ten years ago.
- Get gospel-focused advice and encouragement.
- Level up your plans and progress, one step at a time.
- Find accountability with likeminded women without any social media drama.
- Experience the homemaking mentoring you’ve always wanted.
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