Can I tell you that June Cleaver made this homemaking thing look super easy? I mean she had two boys and still managed to bake and dress up every day. After getting married (seven years and counting) and having kids (three extremely energetic little ones), I can tell you June had me duped.
Turning a house into a home doesn’t just happen. It takes daily intentional effort. Plus, a lot of patience, creativity, energy, and can’t forget the Clorox wipes.
I started my first blog baby, Well-Rounded Home to share my homemaking mistakes so you don’t have to make them. To exchange shortcuts and tools that’ll keep you looking like Superwoman. To create a place where we can learn from each other. And most importantly, to let you know that you’re not alone.
There’s no pretense here. I freely admit that I’m no Paula Deen in the kitchen, my house doesn’t look like anything out of Traditional Home, nor do I have the patience of Mother Theresa. Nope, but I give it a go every day. When it’s all said and done, I’m creating a home that oozes comfort, peace and joy, and most of all honors God.
While I’m no longer writing new posts here at Well-Rounded Home, feel free to browse around and find helpful tips and advice for turning your house into a home.
You can also skip over to my new blog, Next Level Mama, where me and a few other cool mamas are inspiring and encouraging moms just like you to be their best.
A house is just a place you live, whereas a home is a place of character. A place where everyone that steps inside feels comfortable to let loose and be the best they can be.