Category Archives: radical homemaker

What A Cow Taught Us About Free Range Learning

A happy moo day to you. Continue reading

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On Being A Frugal Geek

Can you be a geek without the latest gadgets? Yes. yes you can. Continue reading

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The Boy With No Toys

Could you deprive your child of toys for his own good? Find out why one mother does. Continue reading

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Meaning of Life According To A Laundry Wench

Laundry mindfulness. It’s possible. Continue reading

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Confessions of a Subversive Cook

Innovating in the kitchen isn’t just about using up a leftover sweet potato. It’s a real life pursuit to eat well while living frugally. Continue reading

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Me, a Radical Homemaker?

Okay, radical sounds hip. I can live with that. But homemaker? The last few decades that word has been a synonym for drudgery. Besides, ask my kids who really does the dusting and vacuuming around here. They do. Continue reading

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