Does your homeschool or your spiritual home need a little “home improvement”? Isn’t it always worth the effort in the end? Read about the application of home improvement in your physical home, homeschool, and spiritual home.
Is home improvement worth the time, money, and achy feet? Does your homeschool or your spiritual home need a little “home improvement”? Isn’t it always worth the effort in the end? Home improvement can be costly and time-consuming. Read about the application of home improvement in your physical home, your homeschool, and your spiritual home in the WeE-book™: Home Improvement By Deborah Wuehler
In order to make something more beautiful, we must go through a process of tearing down and rebuilding. This is true for our physical homes, our homeschools, and our spiritual homes. Home improvement takes labor, time, cost . . . and sometimes achy feet. If done correctly, the end results will be worth the effort.
Take a look at the topics applied to all three areas:
- Prayer—commit your project to prayer as you seek the Lord’s guidance, wisdom, and provision.
- Plans—knowing ahead of time what you want the end result to be can reduce frustration on down the road.
- Research—know what you want to do, how you want to do it, and what it costs up front.
- Getting rid of the old—be ready to get rid of the old so you can replace it with the new.
- Choosing the new—cost, research, lists, and time . . . it takes it all!
- Time commitment—patience is key!
Take out your list pad, roll up your sleeves, and plan to read: Home Improvement—A WeE-book™ Now!