Resources to Help You Manage Your Home

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Today’s post is an extension of our series from Pursuit of Proverbs 31. We started this off in April using videos. Amy had some wonderful, unexpected circumstances happen in the middle of our series and has thus been unavailable. In addition, many of you know I lost my father in law at the end of April, so I was absent for a couple of weeks as well.

Amy is still super busy, so with her permission, I am going to finish up the series so we don’t need to stretch it out any further. Life happens, right? You just gotta roll with it.

So, chapter 8 in Pursuit of Proverbs 31 talks about using your resources or being resourceful. Much of what Amy touches on is saving money and simplifying. So today I’m going to share some of my favorite resources with you to help you accomplish these things. Sometimes we just need a little direction to get us started. Resources are a great tool for that — as long as you actually utilize them.

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  • Income Earning Ideas
  • Freezer Cooking Planners
  • Meal/Menu Planners
  • Household Management Forms
  • Plus more!

Crystal’s site itself a wealth of resources! Plus, don’t forget her book: The Money Saving Mom’s Budget

Organized Simplicity by Tsh Oxenreider

One Bite at a Time by Tsh Oxenreider

Simplify by Joshua Becker

31 Days to Clean by Sarah Mae

List Plan It – literally hundreds of lists to put your world in order

Investing in your home is worth it in order to manage it well.

What are your favorite resources for keeping your home in order?

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  1. Just got organized simplicity and I love it!!

  2. Kathy Sykes says:

    I couldn’t live without my family calendar posted on the wall in the kitchen. This keeps track of everyone’s schedule plus my parents. Also, I keep a bill organizer in my kitchen office so that I can have everything handy when needed. You know the kitchen is the center of the home and where people spend the most time. I recommend setting up a home management area there for your quick go-to items.

  3. Melanie Ewing says:

    I have read, enjoyed and applied a lot of things from
    The Messies Manual: A Complete Guide to Bringing Order & Beauty to Your Home by Sandra Felton! I really like her style of writing and laid back, common sense approach. 

    A random tip I found on the internet has changed my straightening/cleaning habits. The process is to work clockwise around a room. I find if I have a starting point, then I am much more likely to get going!

  4. Those are some great resources and I have several of them! But what struck me is that you said: “Resources are a great tool for that – as long as you actually *utilize* them.” Apparently you were talking to me there – sigh. I will keep trying though! :)

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