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25 Days of Christmas – A Devotional For Incredibly Busy People

How To Enjoy Your Christmas (3 Word Lessons) – 25 Great Ideas To Help Your Family Make The Most Of The Holiday Season

Amish Sunrise Blessings Christmas Boxed Set

Christmas in Sugarcreek: An Amish Christmas Book: Book One (Christian Fiction)

Amish Christmas on Goose Pond (VOLUME TWO)

Freakin’ Fabulous Holidays

101 Days of Christmas
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Planning for a Stress-Free Christmas

Christmas Gifts They’ll Actually Like! 25 Easy, Homemade Gift Ideas – Plus Instructions
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30 Crazy (But Unique) Home Crafted Christmas Gift Ideas! Easy to Follow Instructions
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20 Easy Slow Cooker Christmas Appetizer Recipes: Holiday Cooking For Your Gathering
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Christmas Gifts and Crafts

101 Gift Ideas for the Holidays

200 Thoughtful Gifts for $20 or Less

A Christmas Wish: No Greater Love

A Pine Tree Christmas
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A Christmas Collection: Classic Cookies and Fudge
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20 Christmas Cookie Recipes: Sweet Treats For Your Holiday Party
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Freebie: Homemade Christmas Gifts {Kindle}

homemade christmas

homemade christmas


Homemade Christmas gifts don’t have to look like they came out of your 3 year-old’s Sunday School class. There are some amazing homemade gift ideas that can be made by real-life moms on a real-life budget!
In this book you’ll find step-by-step instructions for sixty gifts that you can make using easy to find items and you don’t have to be an expert crafter to do it!

Grab this kindle freebie at Homemade Christmas Gifts.

Freebie: 25 Days of Christmas Treats {Kindle}

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treats xmas

Do you love the holidays but find that they are gone before you know it?
Do you have the best of intentions to cook great food and plan delicious meals, but the time just gets away from you?
Would you like to create special family moments that your loved ones will look forward to year after year?
Then, this book is for you.  Inside are 25 delicious, no-fail recipes your family and friends will love.  Not only that, you will also get a 25-day schedule to get the most out of your baking time.  If you follow the schedule, you will have a homemade supply of yummy treats to give to teachers, take to parties, and to enjoy on your own – all month long!
Ready?  Download now and let’s get started…

Grab this kindle freebie at Christmas Treats.

Save $1.00 on Olay Holiday Gift Pack


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Recipe: Crockpot Applesauce

AFM Recipes

AFM Recipes



  • 8-10 Granny Smith apples
  • 1/3 cup water
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tsp cinnamon


  1. Wash and dry the apples. Use a potato peeler to peel the apples.
  2. Use a knife or an apple slicer to core and slice the apples.
  3. Cube the apples and put them into the crockpot.
  4. Add the brown sugar, water, and cinnamon. Stir to coat the apples.
  5. Cook on HIGH for 2-3 hours or on LOW for 7-8 hours. Stirring occasionally.
  6. Once apples are tender, use a potato masher to get the desired consistency. Allow to cool and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator (up to 5 days).

Recipe For A Great Holiday

christmas catcus

christmas catcus

Let’s not forget in all this holiday hustle and bustle family instead of placing value on the gifts and bragging what you receive for Christmas let’s think about what we already have. And reflect all that the past year has brought you.


  • 2 cups of counting your blessings
  • 1 1/2 cups of correcting your mistakes
  • 1 1/2 cups of forgiveness
  • 1/3 cup of laughter
  • 2 cups of saying kind words
  • 2 1/3 cups of prayer each day
  • 5 cups of God’s word read daily
  • 5 1/2 cups of serving God, the church and others
  • 2 tsp. of smiles
  • 2 tsp. of tears


Mix ingredients well. Bake in the oven of unconditional LOVE. Cool on the table of understanding.

GP: 4 Outdoor Play Ideas for Kids




Many kids would rather do their homework than play outdoors. We have raised a generation of house cats.


So how can we get them interested in the outdoor world?


For their health, it’s important that kids have a sense of autonomy outside the four walls of their bedroom.


Here are some ideas for getting them excited about outside play:


National Trust Membership


For a bargain annual membership price, you have access to all sorts of historically rich buildings, their extensive grounds, mills, coasts, forests, moorlands, archaeological remains, and nature reserves. Most National Trust properties tend to have fun play parks on-site, so you can settle down for afternoon tea, while the kids work off some steam.


There are plenty of play areas for the children. But importantly make sure have all the playground safety measures are in place, especially if your child has a natural instinct to climb and explore.


Create a Treasure Hunt


Obviously, before you start your treasure hunt, you should know your audience and prepare accordingly. The clues will have to be age appropriate – it’s no fun if they get stuck! Create a funky treasure box and fill it with chocolate gold coins, or some other prize that’s suitable.


For older kids, make the experience challenging by incorporating riddles and clues written in a code that needs to be deciphered; for example Nordic runes, for a Viking themed treasure hunt. Work backwards from the treasure chest, creating clues as you go. Try to present the first clue in a dramatic, surprising, and creative way.


If you really want to make things interesting, you can create a story narrative, such as fairies trying to relocate their magical circle after a goblin invasion or Jane Austen looking for her lost books. Let your imagination lead you!


Conserving the Wildlife


One sure-fire way to get kids to appreciate the outdoors is to introduce them to the importance of wildlife conservation. Gardening brings its own rewards: colourful flowers and edible vegetables are just a few. But planting the kind of flowers to attract bees and butterflies can turn your garden into a wildlife haven in the summer.


Try growing foxgloves, wildflowers, lavender, thyme, mint, wild pansy, and honeysuckle – choose as many native plants as possible. Over the last few years, the bee population has fallen drastically. And if they go, so do our pollinators!


Hedgehogs have suffered similar population drops. They hibernate during the October or November months, so are careful of tree roots, sheds, and compost heaps – you could help them by creating a hedgehog house. Leave out shallow dishes of water in the spring and summer months, but not milk; it gives them a poorly tummy. Tinned dog food (not meat) or boiled eggs are also much loved by hedgehogs.


Let your garden go a little wild and hang out bird feeders. If you have any cats, make sure you put your feeders in a safe place – you might need to do a spot of tree climbing! Go as organic as possible in your garden – pesticides kill unwanted creatures, but it also creates a toxic atmosphere for other wildlife.

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