The household notebook – also known by many other names – the home binder, control journal, family organizer, command central, etc. It’s kind of the brain, if you will, containing all those things you need to keep track of in your home. All those things that, if you’re like me, you try to remember in your head, but can’t. After my great desk clean-off, I
We at Hodgepodge welcome Teaching Textbooks today to share answers for math phobia… How can you deal with a fear of math if your child has it? Don’t believe the lie that math is just a natural talent for the select few. Here are eight things you can do to improve your approach to homeschooling math and conquer math phobia. 8 Ways to Conquer Math
You asked for it! And we are so excited to introduce our video art course for all ages! With the same simple art supply list as our written tutorials, this format makes it even easier to build a love of art this year. Don’t miss the GIANT chalk pastel giveaway at the end! Video Art Course for All Ages It is a whole year of
I am thrilled to introduce you to my long-time friend, Paige Harbuck! She has encouraged me in so very many ways and just one of those is in the area of feeding your family. She is sharing a series on freezer cooking with us. Her tips will change your life! Here’s Paige sharing how to make a month of meals to fill your freezer…
Now we just couldn’t head into the new year without a look at a hodgepodge of healthy habits, could we? I’ll pulling out all the stops with the best of healthy mama habits. The Lord has blessed me with a wealth of tools and I just have to share about them and remind myself as well. It’s not always easy. But the blessings are huge.
Our artists have some top art tutorials here at Hodgepodge! I’m sharing your top 10 favorite art tutorials, below. In case you missed them, be sure to browse and pin to enjoy in 2017. Top Art Tutorials at Hodgepodge 100 Free Art Lessons for All Ages – really it is more than 100 free art lessons now. All in one spot for you. Browse and
I have an old hymnal – one passed down. I’m not sure how it came to be on my end table. But I’m sure glad it is there. Heaven came down and glory filled my soul, When at the cross the Savior made me whole… I’ve always loved the old hymns. Like many, I was fortunate to be raised on them. They are a part
When I was a kid, every Christmas morning my mom would make a huge batch of hot cocoa and a towering pile of buttered toast. And that was breakfast. Cocoa and toast. Simple, but I loved it. I still do. But when I got married, that was one of the first Christmas traditions to go out the window. See, my husband tolerates hot chocolate and