I’ve been writing for The Homemaking Cottage for several months and I love it! Here are links to each of my articles. I’ll update them when new ones are published.

Try Your Hand at Handicrafts

Day Trip: Botanical Gardens

Build a Strong Marriage with an Annual Retreat

Lessons for Boys from Jane Eyre

Fantastic Fondue

A Refreshing Peach Tea Party

Peas, Please! Soup and Pasta Recipes

Triathlon for Kids

4 Habits to Create a More Sanitary Home

Ask Mrs. March: What are Your Thoughts on Children’s Behavior Today?

Art with Children Made Easy

Day Trip: Philbrook Museum of Art

Petit Fours Made Easy

Poetry Women Will Love

3 Homemaking Books I Love

The Lord Delights in Beauty

Sweet Zucchini (or squash) Pickles

Free Kindle Books of Interest to Women

10 Documents to Teach Your Kids

Fairy Tales All Children Should Know

Laundering and Care of Wool

Laundering and Care of Silks

How Not to be Tricked by Store Psychology

Ideas for Coming Out of Your Little Bubble

The Art of Folding Napkins

Fanny Burney: English Epistolary Writer

Scrumptious Sweet Potato Pie

Breast Cancer: What to Look For

Cure for Stacks

Oklahoma Cowchip Cookies

The Titanic Mystery

Ask Mrs. March: When Siblings Fight

Self-education for Women

Southern Thanksgiving Traditions and Food

Stationary Supplies Every Woman Should Have

Mashed Potato Variations

Home Safe Home

Christmas Traditions from the Victorian Era

Eggplant Parmesan Boats

Ending the Anger Dance

How to Help Increase Your Child’s Imagination

Historic Homemaker: Emma Willard

Barbeque Pulled Pork in the Crock Pot

Meet the Masters – Alfred Sisley

Winter Picture Books for Kids

Fireplace Anatomy and Cleaning Tips

The Making of a Homemaker

6 British Writers You Must Read

10 Things Every Child Should Know About Homemaking

Smoked Ham with Sweet and Sassy Glaze

Mocha Brownies

Reading: Kate Morton

Meet the Masters – Richard Peck

Historic Homemaker – Frances Beverly Jonson Monson