Tired of dealing with pesky mole hills and destructive rodents? Did mosquitoes keep you away from last summer’s outdoor fun? Then it’s time to do something about it! Continue reading
Welcome to the first post in Lehman’s food preservation series!
The year 2020 brought a bumper crop of new gardeners to the scene, and in 2021, we’re watching for the food preservation trend to gain speed. Both of these skills are tasks many of our great-grandmas were very familiar with, and in reality, we are simply returning to the “old ways” but with the advantage of modern tools and information to get the job done. Lehmans is committed to helping your revive these valuable skills in your home so that your family is well fed and prepared for whatever may come.
Cold outside? A warm homemade meal is the perfect remedy! We gathered up some of our top recipes to give you some yummy inspiration for mealtime. Just click on the links below to get cooking. Continue reading
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
– Leonardo Da Vinci, brilliant Renaissance artist
I am not a fan of New Year’s Resolutions. Why should there be only one day a year when you are encouraged to make a fresh start?
That said, the beginning of a new year does make me think of ways to improve myself and the world in which I take up space. Because we stand for a simpler life, allow me to share some simple living thoughts running around my already-crowded brain this January. Continue reading
Happy National Soup Month! While we can’t avoid the cold weather, we can surely find ways to make it more tolerable, and homemade soup is the perfect remedy.
Happy New Year from our family to yours. We hope the new year brings you peace and joy!
Still finalizing your New Year’s resolutions? Check out our ideas to help you on your journey to a simpler life. Click here to read now.
On this Christmas Day, we hope you take time to enjoy all the beautiful, simple moments. May they bring you warmth and joy!
From all of us at Lehman’s
We had just trimmed our tree to help it fit into our tiny home, and what we were left with seemed too good to just toss back outside: branches and sprigs of fresh, soft pine with a fragrance incredibly befitting of the season.
As if 2020 hasn’t given us all enough strangeness and unfamiliarity, the year is coming to a close with a holiday season that, for most of us, is going to feel anything but normal. We can acknowledge the changes we’re making this year, and how inconvenient and even sad they can be, while still making the very best of it. Continue reading