My 6-Part Morning Routine (& How It Helps Me Feel Successful as a Homemaker)

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Homemaking is a ministry.

I’ve internalized that over the past several years as I’ve risen up into my Biblical role as a woman, wife and mother.

All the logistical aspects of running a home well, such as meal preparation, laundry, tidying, cleaning, decorating, et cetera, are avenues to honor God by working hard, creating a space for hospitality and meeting the needs of our family. In this way we provide a secure, predictable environment for them.

This becomes their safe launching point into the world and the sanctuary to which they return when they need to rest and refuel.

It makes sense, but how to actually do it?

For me, a big part of this equation has been establishing habits, and not least of these is my morning routine.

I wrote about the Make Over Your Mornings eCourse over the summer, and today I’m sharing my new and improved homemaker’s morning routine.

Read more at Young Wife’s Guide here.


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  1. Theresa says:

    I find that doing a load of laundry a day keeps everything running so much smoother as well.

  2. Rachel says:

    I thoroughly agree with and love your sentiment when it comes to serving the Lord through our work at home! I’m really excited to check it out.

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