Do you ever feel like you're never going to get it together as a homemaker?
The place is a mess. Again.
You're feeling the frustration build as you trip over a shoe. "OH MY WORD PUT YOUR THINGS AWAY!" You don't want to yell. You hate yelling. You just want things to be clean and somewhat organized. You're thinking, "One of these days I'm going to hire a maid."
You just want a clean home, one where people feel welcomed and loved but...it's so hard to keep clean! Most of the time, you'd rather do anything but clean. Besides, everything just falls apart over and over so why bother? You'll never get it together. You suck at homemaking. But...you don't want to give up, it just feels so...hard.
Do you ever feel like that? Do you ever feel so overwhelmed with keeping your home in order and making it a place of peace? Do you ever feel like you're botching this whole homemaker thing up? Yea, me too. I used to beat myself all the time over my (lack of) homemaking abilities. I thought for sure my husband wanted a different wife, someone who was naturally gifted in the homemaking arts. For years I felt like a failure at being a "Proverbs 31 woman."
But now, now I have a whole new perspective, and I now longer want to be a "good" homemaker, but rather, a gentle homemaker. If you're ready to try something new, and to get rid of the guilt and feelings of failure over your home, come on in and let's chat. I've got some encouragement for you so you can keep on.