While I busy myself making our new house a home I am in a constant battle over where to put stuff. Our old house had been renovated to our specifications, there was a place for everything. Well, a place for most things, we never did find a spot for the crock pot. The new house is [...]
Here’s the latest news from Homemade Frontier Headquarters – We’re moving! In, uhm, 11 days. On the upside we packed a lot when we listed the house. On the downside we are freakin’ moving in 11 days! While I crave the simplicity of going the moving supply store and picking up conveniently sized boxes, I am [...]
“Hey,” you’re saying, “I love the site and all the great stuff you guys are making, but where can I find the time to try it for myself?” The answer lies in getting creative about time management– and letting certain things slide. Here’s a list of things you can either start doing or stop doing [...]
Last week we got a survey call. Usually we hang up, but this was a public health survey sponsored by our region. They had the kind manners to mail us a polite letter asking us to participate when the call came. I think our local public health unit does good work, so I answered their [...]
Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s custom pen giveaway from Three in a Row Gift Co. Extra special thanks to Pam for hosting the giveaway. And the winners are Denise Malbrough Mandi Elizabeth Monika Abdel-Rahman Jessica Anne Hooray and congratulations! Winners expect an email from us soon.
At Homemade Frontier we love teaming up with small businesses. Three in a Row Gift Co. is one of those businesses. Pam is the owner of Three in a Row Gift Co. with a love for creating. She has been a sponsor at Homemade Frontier since the beginning. Thanks Pam! Today Pam and Three in a Row Gift Co. [...]
The first thing I ever knit was a sock and it was the ugliest sock I’ve ever seen. It was knit with the worst kind of squeaky acrylic yarn and was fluorescent green. It was so stiff that we used it as a mitt to open the fireplace gate to add more logs. I never knit it [...]