The Simple Home

  • Title: The Simple Home
  • Author: Rhonda Hetzel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Simple Home Being in charge of your own life and making decisions based on what you want to do rather than what you have to do gives you a rare kind of contentment and shows you that every ordinary day offers m
    Being in charge of your own life, and making decisions based on what you want to do rather than what you have to do, gives you a rare kind of contentment and shows you that every ordinary day offers magnificent opportunities Award winning blogger Rhonda Hetzel shares the day to day practicalities of a simple life and shows you how to rediscover the heart of your home.Wit Being in charge of your own life, and making decisions based on what you want to do rather than what you have to do, gives you a rare kind of contentment and shows you that every ordinary day offers magnificent opportunities Award winning blogger Rhonda Hetzel shares the day to day practicalities of a simple life and shows you how to rediscover the heart of your home.With a year of monthly projects that make household management easier, Rhonda encourages you to set up good systems, make what you need and appreciate what you have Learn how to stretch money further, safely clean your home and cook from scratch with 40 favourite recipes, including step by step guides to baking bread and making cheese.Whether you re part of a family, living alone or thinking about retirement, this is an inspiring, indispensable guide to slowing down, taking stock of your life and finding pleasure and satisfaction at home.

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    1. This would make a good reference book and something to begin the year with, reading a chapter at a time. As I borrowed it from the library I read it from cover to cover over a few weeks. I love the idea of simplifying (though sometimes that can seem like certain things get a little more complicated) and like to think of my current occupation as a home-maker for my family. I'm particularly challenged to get on top of our budget and savings and to make soap from scratch.

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    2. I got this out from the library because I liked the cover and the month-by-month focus of it, but reading it I find that it’s not really a practical focus in this book, but reads as though the author was given licence to waffle on for a certain amount of words about twelve subjects.While we might have some useful stuff in theory in such a book, in practise she spends ~10% of the book telling you how to do your washing as if you’ve never washed your own clothes before! So much fluff, very lit [...]

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    3. This is not really a 'sit down and read it' book, though I did just that with parts of it. It's more a reference guide, and as such I doubt I'll ever be 'done' reading it as I tend to flip through it to see what Rhonda has to say on this or that, or see what she's suggesting for a certain time of year. I really like that in the back is an alternate chapter order for her readers in the northern hemisphere; very helpful for the seasonal information.

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    4. This book would have been great to read when I was starting out as a new Mum to help keep my house in order.

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    5. A very interesting, informative and inspiring book! :-)

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    6. I've enjoyed all of Rhonda Hetzel's books about leading a simple life, and ways to incorporate simplicity into the busy-ness of the everyday. The Simple Home is set out as a month-to-month journey, with each month focussing on a different aspect eg October - cleaning. She includes recipes for soaps & cleaners; family meals etc. The only thing I found a bit discombobulating was that I thought that it would be more along the lines of "this month, do blah, blah and blah" with a variety of diffe [...]

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    7. I purchased The Simple Home on 13th March and read every page. Since reading this lovely book it has already been a constant reference sitting out on the table in our living room. The book is set out month by month covering everything from cooking from scratch, preserving, finances, gardening, sewing/knitting/craft, gifts, cleaning, wellbeing and more. I've made quite a number of food recipes plus cleaners and have been inspired to knit and now have my vegetable garden going.The author Rhonda He [...]

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    8. Excellent read for beginning homesteads as well as ones who have been homemaking for a long while. Reading Rhonda's book has helped me rethink and refocus on how I want to live my life. There are many helpful hints to help direct you to simplicity. How much stuff does one really need? How full are we going to make our landfills, just with stuff we had to have. With the direction the economy is going it is important to learn some basic skills and grow from there. Rhonda shares a wonderful attitud [...]

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    9. In her usual style, Rhonda has a way of making me value the time and care that I put into my home and family through her works. Continuing in her normal tradition, Rhonda provides her readers with basic recipes (which I've made them all and can say are delicious) and a month by month guide on how to care for your home efficiently. My deep freezer is stocked and full for the winter, I'm saving time and money more consistently for my family by simply following the basics. Again, another great book [...]

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    10. I think the author tried to make this book inclusive, but there wasn't a lot in it for those who live in apartments with no gardens, no children, and not much money. Probably better for readers who have recently retired on a moderate income and who own their own home (like the author), or those on leave from work for an extended period.

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    11. How to be a servant in your own home. Than feel 'elegant' and special. Sad.

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    12. Loved All of Rhonda's book, A must read if you want to start a simple meaningful life.

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    13. Nothing I didn't really already know. Waste of time.

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