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Stretch your food budget, make organic more accessible, and simplify your kitchen life with one simple habit: freeze chopped onions.

Freeze chopped onions: Save time and money

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Read my full disclosure policy. Saving time and money in the kitchen is high on everyone’s list.  At our house, we prioritize better-quality and organic food, which can add quite a few dollars to our grocery bill. As a result, I’m constantly looking for ways to trim our spending […]

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A peek into our ongoing homeschool experience with a kindergartener, a preschooler, and an active toddler. Read about our successes, challenges, and tips! www.modernlivinghomesteader.com

Homeschooling in real life: A peek into our kindergarten

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Read my full disclosure policy. Find the faith-building ABC Magnets in my Mary & Martha shop and similarly adorable plain letter magnets here. We homeschool our two oldest children. Giggle is 5, and technically in kindergarten. Wiggle is 4, and technically in pre-K. I say “technically” because we don’t […]

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All About Reading (AAR) is a fabulous reading program. It is comprehensive and very easy to use, and it’s extremely effective. Read the full review here. www.modernlivinghomesteader.com

All About Reading Review: The simplest, most comprehensive way to teach reading

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Read my full disclosure policy. All About Reading (AAR) is a fabulous reading program. It is comprehensive and very easy to use, and it’s extremely effective. It’s even possible to use it with two other very young children rolling around the living room! It uses the Orton-Gillingham approach, which […]

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Getting started with chickens doesn’t need to be overwhelming! Follow this simple guide to start your own healthy, happy chicken flock. www.modernlivinghomesteader.com

The simple guide to backyard chickens

A hen is a regular source of delicious, healthful eggs throughout her laying life. She will gladly accept your kitchen scraps, reducing household waste. She improves your soil with free fertilizer. Then, at the end of her laying career, that same hen provides a satisfying meal and plenty of nourishing bone broth. Keeping chickens can […]

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Summer Squash Rice Bowl

A few days ago, David picked six summer squash, and we already have six more ready to be harvested! We didn’t have any summer squash last year, so this is a real treat. However, it requires focused and creative eating to make use of an abundance of summer squash. We’re finding ways to enjoy the […]

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