Tag: VLOGS

  • Today I have a video for you! I’m so excited to show you how to make mayonnaise because homemade mayo is so easy and good for you! In this video you will find out: How to quickly mix up a batch of mayo in your own kitchen What blend of oils I like to use…

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  • Homemade Tortillas In Seconds!

    I made somethin’ for ya’ll. (I’m practicing my southern drawl) I know my video quality is lacking, but do I get points for trying? I’ve really been wanting to show you just how easy and fast it is to make tortillas with a press. I’m not letting the fact that every one of my cameras…

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  • Notes from things I forgot to say…the beauty of my home management notebook is that I now can actually see where I will have time to tackle this Mt. Everest of organizational challenges. My notebook has been the final tool that has helped me be productive AND find rest in my schedule! And for me,…

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  • I met Jendi of Simple Vlogging Tips online this spring and she is the one who inspired me to begin video blogging. (She also made the awesome promo video for my book!) Though I hate being in front of a camera, I realized what a great way this would be to share glimpses of my…

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  • It’s time to plant garlic! Watch my video to see how Jesse and I planted our garlic this week.I ended up putting in 150 cloves – my biggest planting since living on the homestead (where I planted 700 – 1000 heads each year). Since I only need about 50 heads of garlic for my own…

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  • I’m so excited to show you a special something we created to help introduce people to my book Real {Fast} Food. Jendi from Scenes and Cinema is the brains and talent behind the video, and Jesse was the star of the show. Enjoy, and share it with friends to help spread the word!

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  • It’s a busy week – especially when I suddenly remembered my desire to make Easter as meaningful to our children as our celebration of Christmas. So, added to the business in the studio (working on 5 Easter dresses, between mine and my sewing girls’), I decided I wanted to celebrate Passover with a Messianic Seder…

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