• Simple Living

    February’s Challenge: Living with Less

    First off – thanks to all of my readers who commented/messaged me with their feedback on my last post. You guys have given me some really great food for thought (pardon to pun!) with paring down our grocery bill each month. I’ve also received quite a few questions about our bi-weekly meal rotation. Let it be known, I’ve heard you guys and I’ll be writing a post in the next couple of weeks with more of a “how to” in regards to meal planning. All of your feedback and insight, though, has sparked some interesting conversation between Jeff and me. The premise behind our $500/month grocery limit has been to…

  • Faith,  Simple Living

    Learning from a Difficult Year

    I feel like I can’t continue writing posts until I’ve written a bit about something that has become extremely near and dear to our hearts as a family. The year 2017 was a hard year for us: a year full of travel for Jeff, weeks of single-parenting for me, health issues, a difficult toddler, a child struggling with night terrors, school transitions, and so on. Yes, there were beautiful moments throughout this past year, but if given the option to relive 2017, the answer would be a hard “no.” Towards the end of the year, Jeff and I listened to a podcast by Dr. Josh and Christi Straub about establishing…

  • Simple Living

    Introducing….

    It seems that I’ve just jumped into this whole blogging thing without a somewhat formal introduction, so today I want to take the time to let you guys take a peek into my life, who I am, and what led to the the birth of “Me and My House.” Where to begin with this? I’m a thirty year-old stay-at-home mom to Zoe (4) and Elsie (2), and any stay-at-home mom out there knows that “stay-at-home” is hardly a fair description for the 100’s of roles we are each day. I wake up every morning as myself, but by 9:30 A.M., I’ve usually managed to enact the role of  Mom, wife,…