Erin Giddens

Erin Giddens

A stay-at-home mother of four children under the age of 9, Erin homeschools using a varied curriculum with emphasis on the classical liberal arts. Maintaining a small business that focuses on living healthy with essential oils, she and her family attempt to live a simple life in the rural Midwest.
She can be found online at http://www.abundanceandwisdom.com/lilshop/ and http://catholicmom.com/author/egiddens/
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  • Vendor Tables that Make Sense
    A way to network your small business is by participating in local vendor shows. Focus on the three A's and you will be successful.
  • The Perfect Gift for a Ten Year Anniversary
    The 10 year anniversary for a married couple is a milestone these days. Having recently celebrated mine, I share what I got and offer other practical suggestions.
  • Helping Your Child Find His Passion
    When it comes down to wanting the best for your child(ren), we all do. But what does it take to develop talents and find out what those talents are in the first place?
  • Football - Not Just for the Boys
    As a sophomore in high school, I joined the boys' football team. Here, why I did and what I hope this teaches my daughters one day.
  • Wheat Alternative Easier to Digest
    Everyone's digestion system is different. My body cannot tolerate an abundance of processed wheat. Here, the hard lessons I learned and how I'm moving forward.
  • Tips for Happy Piano Lessons
    If your young children take piano lessons you already know it's not an independent study course. Parents will be involved, so be prepared!
  • Coming Home from an Unplanned C-section
    When you bring home more than your baby from the hospital, your physical scar may be more than you bargained for.
  • Managing the Homeschool Schedule
    My family follows an un-traditional lesson plan that has never been manageable for me. This year organizing my home and setting priorities will be on my side.
  • Shed Those Unwanted Pounds of Clothes
    A stay-at-home mother of four, with a homeschool curriculum and small business to maintain, offers insight for de-cluttering those untidy drawers and closets.
  • Choosing the Perfect Piano Teacher
    If you are fortunate enough to live in an area with many piano teachers, it can be overwhelming to find the perfect fit between teacher and your children. Find out how to make this task easier.
  • Plan Your Homeschool Open House
    For extended family of homeschoolers, especially grandparents, it's nice to plan a small afternoon showcasing hard work and talents.
  • Foreclosing on the American Dream
    Seven years into marriage, with baby number four on the way, we decide to swallow our pride, file bankruptcy & foreclose on our nightmare of a starter home.
  • Stay-At-Home Mom Turns Executive
    Success & failure are inevitable, but turn everything to your advantage by making wise decisions from the start.
  • Healing from a Cesarean Section
    A c-section delivery can be a shocking and beautiful experience. Here are several steps to help you heal while still being mother to your newborn.
  • Broken Dryer Forces Family to Seek Alternative
    By choosing to donate or recycle your old dryer, you can conserve energy, save money and share important life lessons with your children. Here is one family's guide on washing and drying clothes without the use of a gas or electric dryer.

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