Holly and I sat down the day after Easter Sunday to discuss the matters of mental health and homemaking, and ways in which we use the gospel as a means of encouragement and foundation for the joys and hardships of homemaking. From running with tenacity as we share homemaking with the world, to learning to not place value in the works we do but in who we are, Holly and I invite you to listen in as we share hearts for tending to those entrusted in our care in a humble, service minded, gospel-led way.
“One of the things I’ve always struggled with is identifying what I do with who I am."
"We have to know that the photos we see online, people have stewarded their gifts to get to where they are. You don't wake up one day and are the best chef. I think some people are naturally gifted in some things. You don't wake up and know how to make an awesome apple pie! You have to learn, and grow, and steward those things to serve your family."
- Holly Grace Levell (@hollygrace.at.home on Instagram)
In this episode, Holly and I discuss her journal she shares on her website Holly Grace at Home, where she shares tips for slow homemaking and sacred heart shaping. She also has a newly opened mercantile of homemade goods for homemaking like aprons and vintage goods for beautiful usefulness.
A few little things that were mentioned in today’s episode + the coordinating details:
Wholehearted Quiet Time Companion (use code homemaker15 for 15% off)
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