Christmas and Minimalism

For decades Christmas was a time when I would decorate almost every square inch of my house. In the kitchen there would be holiday towels, bowls filled with red and green baubles, and pine branches tucked into every nook and cranny. In the bathrooms you would find holiday scented candles with more decorative towels andContinue reading “Christmas and Minimalism”

Coronavirus & the New Stay at Home Moms

by Tina Bietler I am a stay at home mom. Admittedly I used to be an elementary teacher and working mother for many years, but several autoimmune illnesses lead to an early retirement from a job I loved. When I first quit teaching I was at a loss. I had been a teacher for overContinue reading “Coronavirus & the New Stay at Home Moms”