Blog Posts from A Quaint Life. A simple lifestyle and food blog.
Closing down the gardens for the third year and planting bulbs in hopes for next season
Cozy dinner ideas for fall and winter eating
Sharing a days worth meals for whole food ingredients and from scratch cooking meal inspiration
sharing a weeks worth of from scratch healthy lunches that are simple to make
we invite you to come with us as we prepare our Sunday dinner
An update on the progress of our city farmhouse
New things coming for A Quaint Life
Sharing my list of easy foods for summer entertaining
Some new surprising additions have come our way!
Before and after pictures of our new garden space.
Sharing my tips for living the simple farmhouse life when you live in the city
Update on our farm and where we are at
Thoughts on developing patience
Hospitality and what it means to bring people in.
Some encouragement for you and me in this whole motherhood adventure.
Getting things ready for Fall!! The leaves are turning, the smell of rain is in the air...
Growing your own produce has never been more important than it is now. Here is my easy to grow list and why.
A bit of hope through these uncerttain times
Taking time to grow quarantine or not.
We work from home, homeschool, and hang out here all day every day, for the most part. Why getting dressed matters.
What ever is to come, let us use our hands in a purposeful and useful manner.
A theme of late. Getting dressed, and being my best self, ever day.
Random thoughts on this modern life.
Take an inspiring walk with me through the garden.
Progress in the gardens. We are on our way.
So much comes from being in nature. That connection brings a deep sense of belonging.
She's old, rickety, used, dirty and a bit scary to go in. But she's a work horse and thankfully as of this day, still standing.
I am not one by nature. I would sleep the morning away if possible. But perhaps there is something to the morning day light that has surprising benefits.
Deep thoughts on this deary day.
Thinking a bit about what we do and why we do them. And what do they mean for our kids?
Why is it imporant? Values I am hoping to instill for my child and myself.
We are back! Traveling overseas with kids is overwhelming to say the least. Sharing my best tips.
Antique run. What I am bringing in to create an old world home.
We are the creators of our space, and the cultivators of our homes. Homemaking is truly an art, a way to live and a way to serve others.
Sharing some good and not so good truths about homeschooling. It truly is not for everyone but it is for me. Heres why.
The gardens are coming along, new spaces are being developed and some things are still being sorted out. Turns out we have more visitors in the gardens then we bargained for.
Looking for the good, always.
Our farmhouse in the city is an old 1950's ranch style home set on a country style street in our small town. We are turning back the clock a bit and creating a true farmhouse.
This ground cover is too good not to share here!
a short guide on making your own compost
My love story with gardening.
Check Out More Favorites From The Farmhouse!
Sourdough Maple Glazed Donuts
Puff Pancake Recipe
How To Dry Brush A Door For Old World Charm
5 Easy to Grow Flowers For a Cut Flower Garden
DIY Garden Trellis For Climbing Plants