“Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together” Vincent van Gogh.
We must include rest in our homemaking routines to recover the energy to do cheerfully what we love most: homemaking. In fact rest is probably the best investment we can make for ourselves and our family.
The power of a hot meal served with love is indescribable. Cooking for others is spreading love through food. Isn’t it a universal love language?
The Covid pandemic has become the greatest marketing campaign of the home of all times. Discovering the culture of the home is now up to date.
The fascinating world of hygge and the close relationship between domestic comfort and well-being with happiness.
The coronavirus is giving us the opportunity to make a lasting impact in society by inspiring others to take care of their home and family with excellence.
We especially value when people appreciate who we are. It makes us smile. And it is precisely the silent joy of normal days what validates homemakers’ work more than anything.
There are different ways to experience vulnerability. Accepting that we will always find ourselves in situations that we do not choose may help us to face our fragility more calmly.
When we develop a welcoming attitude in our hearts towards the people around us, an “inner hospitality” flourishes inside us. “Inner hospitality” is the art of making people feel welcome.
I want to share with you my fondest memories as a child of the Christmas season and the role traditions play in creating a strong sense of belonging.