Riley Damitz explores 5 ways to help children learn life skills, grow in responsibility and learn to appreciate family values by helping around the house.Read More »
What We Gain When We Forget That Scruffy Hospitality
An article heralding scruffy hospitality garnered lots of positive views but Tara Brelinsky reflects that it missed the mark from a Catholic perspective.Read More »
5 Healthy Dinner Tips & Tricks for Busy Homeschoolers
Too busy for dinner? Gina Berrios shares five shortcuts and tricks for menu planning to help you serve healthy dinners to your family (almost) every night.Read More »
9 Surefire Ways to Eat Healthy & Stay On Budget!
Patricia Purcell shares her 9 best practices to eat healthy for her family, with beginner and advanced tips for keeping it on budget.Read More »
5 Do’s & Don’ts to Make Meal Planning Work!
When she started meal planning Elizabeth Turajski used to make the mistake of making a different dish from scratch every night. Her 5 tips to save you time!Read More »
10 Sunday Night Secrets to a Successful Week
by Mary Ellen Barrett | There are few things worse than starting your week in a bad frame of mind. Waking up on a Monday morning...Read More »
St. Mary Magdalene – Holy Hands: Cooking & Crafts!
This section is excerpted from Holy Hands; Cooking & Crafting with the Saints, an e-book written by Dessi Jackson and Lynne Wardach, and available through Seton Magazine. Short Story: St. Mary ...Read More »
Seton Eatin’: 3 Recipes that Seton Families Love to Cook
A month ago, we asked Seton families to send in their favorite recipes, and how cooking factors into their homeschooling. Here are three great responses from our families to inspire ...Read More »
Easy Salmon with Creamy Dill Sauce – Simple Kitchen Series
by Abby Sasscer | Christmas is just around the corner and I’m excited to share with you one of my favorite simple recipes: Baked Salmon with Creamy Dill Sauce!Read More »
5 Christmas Recipes from Seton’s Featured Families
Christmas is upon us again! Here are five favorite, seasonal recipes submitted by our Featured Families, traditions in their homes. Thank you for being a part of our Christmas issue, ...Read More »
Keeping the Spirit of Christmas Alive: Inspirational Traditions from Seton Families
by Christine Smitha | It isn’t easy to keep the Christmas spirit alive, especially after Christmas, when everyone else seems to have forgotten that it ever was Christmas.Read More »
Keeping Thanksgiving Simple… Real Simple.
by Lorraine Espenhain | Spending five or six hours in a kitchen preparing food is just not my idea of a good time.Read More »
How to Plan for Easy Dinner Times. No Mess, No Stress!
Stressed out home schooling moms tell me that it is not the actual home schooling that is sapping their strength. It’s not the housework, or yard work, or meal preparation. ...Read More »