If you can't be honest about paying the costs, you can never reap the benefits.
Luke 14:28 For which one of you, when he wants to build a tower, does not first sit down and calculate the cost, to see if he has enough to complete it? 29 Otherwise, when he has laid a foundation and is not able to finish, all who are watching it will begin to ridicule him,
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The first month I was married, I very carefully input all the contact information from my college phone book and then threw it away. Two months later, something happened to corrupt the file, and I lost all that data.
1995 was the last year I trusted important addresses and phone numbers to an electronic device.
Your address book/phone book is an important tool for not only you - but anyone who should need to get in contact with your family in an emergency. This is a place where oldschool has an advantage.
How do you keep your contact info?
What does creativity look like for you? How do you express yourself?
Being feminine isn't just about pearls and heels... and it's not about eschewing them. Historically, being a woman of value involved a long list of skills, from the physical to the interpersonal. In modernity, so many of the physical skills have been outsourced or industrialized that it's easy to overlook the invisible, interpersonal skills that bind our communities together.
What does it mean to be a woman? How can you make a difference, while embracing all that you are, and learning to be more than you thought possible?
Historical Femininity is the place to discuss. We'll mine history's lessons and take today's realities into consideration. Beauty, truth & goodness are our watchwords as we walk forward into tomorrow.