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  • The Heritage Journal - Small Notebook
    has protected and blessed me and Doug those are the things I need to remember In Judges 2 10 it says that After a while the people of Joshua s generation died and the next generation did not know the LORD or any of the things he had done for Israel CEV How sad that is I do not want that to happen to our kids I know they will grow up and choose for themselves whether or not they will follow the Lord I just want them to know specifically and clearly what Jesus has done for our family How he protected Lane during a complicated birth The job Doug was blessed with so that I could stay home The finances that are always more than we need There are so many more instances That s why we need to write them down so we can remember them and not forget 2 Comments March 18 2008 in Family Life About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous Nourishing Traditions Next Recycle at home with vermicomposting Comments berrymomma says March 31 2008 at 1 37 am You are so inspiring I have an empty journal too and I ve just found the perfect purpose for it Thanks Pants says September 27 2010 at 1 08 pm My husband I are currently trying to conceive I m headed today to buy a journal for our future little one I ve already had so many emotions tied to this I want my child to know how much he she was wanted I want to record things like what symptoms I had on a certain day etc minus the weird TMI that might freak my kid out haha The

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  • Recycle at home with vermicomposting - Small Notebook
    could be used I talked to Doug about this weeks ago but he was a bit apprehensive His main concern was that the bin would have an unpleasant smell I read that if the bin has air holes and plenty of cardboard or newspaper that shouldn t be the case His other question was Why We don t have much extra space Then a few days ago we were driving down a residential street and Doug paid attention to the bags and bags of leaves and grass clippings that were piled up on the curb waiting for the trash truck to haul them away He began to rant about how those bags were going to be tossed into the landfill instead of letting the organic material replenish the soil and how the land would have to be supplemented with petroleum derived fertilizer That must have changed his mind because later that day he told me we could try a worm bin I just need to find some worms I m trying to find them locally but it s a little hard to do that in the city I ll keep trying 4 Comments March 13 2008 in Gardening About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous The Heritage Journal Next The Garden Gnome Comments Amy Joy says March 19 2008 at 8 27 pm Hey girl This actually sounds do able I ll be doing my own research chatting with Layne and waiting to hear how your experiment progresses Keep us posted aj Amy Joy says March 19 2008 at 8 42 pm Check here under Texas for worm suppliers Pilot Point is fairly local http www cityfarmer org wormsupl79 html smallnotebook says March 21 2008

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  • The Garden Gnome - Small Notebook
    2008 at 3 11 pm What a cool gnome Does he live in your garden Thank you for stopping by my blog to encourage me It is much appreciated smallnotebook says March 12 2008 at 10 28 pm Thanks Sarah he gets moved around a bit He s been spending time with the cookbooks this winter Christi berrymomma says March 17 2008 at 11 56 am I love your gnome Have you seen the movie Amelie It s in French but if you don t mind reading subtitles then it s a wonderful movie Gnome plays a key role smallnotebook says March 18 2008 at 12 14 am That is a great movie Christi All those vignettes with the accordion music and saturated colors I love unique movies like that Doug Meeks says March 26 2008 at 11 52 am Amelie was sadly forgotten the night Rachel woke me up to quiz me about the all time great movies that I could watch 500 times Amelie is a true gem it does make Paris look like the greatest place Advertisements Hi I m Rachel I ll help you simplify your home Share this site Pin it Get new posts delivered

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  • Non-toxic household cleaners - Small Notebook
    me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous The Garden Gnome Next Lane Then and Now Comments Amy Joy says March 19 2008 at 8 44 pm I would recommend a book by Karen Logan entitled Clean House Clean Planet Check it out here http www amazon com Clean House Planet Karen Logan dp 0671535951 ref pd bbs sr 1 ie UTF8 s books qid 1205977378 sr 8 1 Catherine says March 29 2008 at 2 41 pm I think it s great that you re talking about green cleaning products It s so important that we get all the toxic chemicals out of our houses There s a great summary of what toxins are in traditional home cleaners at this website Pretty scary stuff And if you re looking for a good source for buying Shaklee Get Clean products I can recommend this website Jill says May 18 2008 at 12 08 am I ve been doing a bit of reading here and there regarding green cleaning These recipes that call for liquid soap ummm Stupid Question Alert what is that exactly Do you mean like dish soap Or hand soap Or is there something on the grocery store shelf that specifically says liquid soap on it I m dumb smallnotebook says May 19 2008 at 11 30 am That s not dumb Jill I just use a squirt of liquid dishwashing soap Dishwashing soap is my go to cleaner when I need something that can cut a little grease or oil I use it sometimes with a scrub brush and some baking soda to clean the bathtub and it smells so much nicer than my old bathtub cleaners that had a lot of chemicals in them Vicki says July 16 2008 at 3 52 pm I m currently using a

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  • Lane Then and Now - Small Notebook
    herself with a spoon and she only eats foods that are yellow Six months ago she was learning to call me Mama Now she has her own baby that she feeds nurses diapers and kisses good night She delights in pretending that her baby is calling her mama She loves to play Where s the baby She squeezes her eyes shut as if to hide and if we don t say anything she will prompt us Baby Then we are supposed to call out Where s the baby so she can open her eyes and laugh hysterically She thinks her name is Baby I ve tried to teach her that her name is Lane but she absolutely will not say it I point to myself and say Mama and then point to her and say Lane She points to me and says Mama but then points to herself and insists that her name is Baby She still likes to wear things on her head She asks for hair barrettes by calling them P s which means pretty When we go out she dresses up with her hat coat purse bag baby doll stroller bracelets and my fur scarf which she loves She likes to talk on the phone draw with pen and go out for coffee and cake She says goodbye to trees and stuffed animals She rearranges all my stuff She is still brave and fearless 2 Comments March 9 2008 in Family Life About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous Non toxic household cleaners Next A Paper Towel Alternative Comments molly says September 19 2008 at 2 41 pm Loved this post I have a 15 month old daughter and am having as

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  • A Paper Towel Alternative - Small Notebook
    So now I use them to mop the laminate floor They do a great job but I haven t given up my bounty select a size rolls yet Jasi says May 18 2008 at 5 47 pm That s awesome but I have some questions How do you clean a germy bathroom Toilet sink disinfect doorknobs How do you clean meat and possible contaminants off of kitchen counter tops How do you help defend against cold and flu germs I m really interested in using microfiber cloths but reluctant to toss potty germs into my laundry Do you have any ideas Monica says March 7 2010 at 7 39 pm I bought some large microfiber cloths at Target cut them in quarters and overcast stitched the edges I wet one and use it to swipe the bathroom daily ala FlyLady style I start with the shiny side on the mirror and faucets then flip it over the wipe off the counter and then lastly I wipe the toilet lid seat outside bowl Once I ve used it on the toilet I m done using that cloth Then it goes on the edge of the basket in laundry room to dry and then gets washed with the load of rags later in the week smallnotebook says May 19 2008 at 7 37 pm Hope they work out for you avlor Good luck for the hamster cage I know pets are a good reason to keep a few paper towels around just in case Jill I love using the microfiber on laminate floors I don t have a Swiffer but my kitchen is so small I can just take a minute to wipe it up by hand smallnotebook says May 19 2008 at 7 40 pm Good questions Jasi I definitely think it s ok to use paper towels if you need to for germy things or food safety I still have my old roll of paper towels sitting around in case I need to use them Since I don t use them to dry hands or wipe crumbs or clean mirrors or that kind of thing one roll lasts me many many months For cleaning the toilets I just can t bring myself to do that either even if it s probably fine I guess it would be the same as cloth diapering but I m just not ready for that yet I will still use a paper towel for that or even paper napkins left over from a takeout restaurant We don t cook a lot of meat but I think the last time I cooked a roast I trimmed it in the sink and then sanitized the sink and rinsed it out If there was meat juice on the countertop I might use a paper towel I wouldn t use a dish rag to clean meat and then use it to wipe the table for instance The dish rags get switched out for clean ones at the end of

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  • My Favorite - Small Notebook
    Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous A Paper Towel Alternative Next In Search of Soap Comments AlaskanAndi says January 4 2010 at 12 52 pm This is a fantastic scripture And posted on my birthday I feel special Advertisements Hi I m Rachel I ll help you simplify your home Share this site Pin it

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  • In Search of Soap - Small Notebook
    bar It s an all vegetable soap made of saponified olive coconut and palms oils plus shea butter It was really easy and fun to make A Beginner s Guide to Soapmaking 2 Comments March 1 2008 in Handmade About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous My Favorite Next Tulip Magnolia Comments Amber says September 16 2010 at 11 31 am Hi Rachel i dont know if you remember me but wanted you to know that i finally got around to making soap and you recipe was wonderful I love it So thanks for having this tut on here Btw i was googling recipes for soap today and somehow came across this article its word for word from your blog so thought i would let you know just in case you werent aware of it http www veggiesoaps com articles soapmaking soap making tools 1 asp I havent looked at the rest of the site but the words are the same down to using the ikea plant box Blessings mandy says September 24 2010 at 9 04 pm Where do I find instructions on adding

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