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Here are my Top 10 favorite books on homemaking and organizing. I have been a wife and mother for over 30 years. In that time, my habits have changed, along with circumstances. Raising children, working, becoming a SAHM, divorces (that’s a post in itself. LOL) These books have given me inspiration to become a better, more efficient, homemaker. I also included my 2 favorite go-to cookbooks. They are what I used to learn all the basics. There is no order to the list, and you are under no obligation to buy. Some of them you can get to READ FOR FREE if you have Kindle Unlimited (I need to get one of those) Stay a while and enjoy some of my other posts. Feel free to comment on anything. I love the feedback.
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The queen of household tips and tricks. This is definitely one of my go-to books. She has several other great books as well.
This is a really fun book. Learn to clean your home in an hour and some good habits to get into. Great for people that work outside the home!
Housecleaning tips and ideas to help you live frugally.
Great book full of ideas to declutter your home and de-stress your life.
I have an older version of this book, and I LOVE it. This is what I used to learn all the basics. It has basic recipes, graphics on cuts of meat, and measurement conversions. When I decluttered all my cookbooks, this was my keeper.
I have to admit, this book I do not have, YET!!! I am definitely getting this book for each of my sons for when they move out. IF they move out. Maybe I will learn something too.
Do you see a pattern here? I love a neat and tidy home, and if i can save money… In my eyes, you don’t need to spend a fortune to be happy.
This book literally tells you how to clean EVERYTHING!!! Another go-to book for me.
This Set has it ALL. Awesome series!!!!
How to Create Your Own Freezer Meals
Tips for a More Natural Life
How to Create Your Own Menu Plans
Prepping Your Home for the Holidays
Teaching Your Kids About Chores
Getting Organized in an Hour a Day