I have been a homemaker for almost a decade, and I have found an important truth: No matter how much I learn in any area of homemaking, whether in the kitchen, budgeting, home management or as a hostess, there is always room to learn. There is room to grow, and more exciting challenges to take on as I strive to care for my family and all those who enter our home. Because this job of homemaking is more than a job. It is a high calling to serve those we love in a way no other job can.
However, despite my primary job as a homemaker, I am not perfect at homemaking. I have been known to set off the smoke alarm while cooking. There are dust bunnies lurking in my home. But, it is in my imperfections that I am inspired to reach out and help other women on this journey. My simple mission is to empower all homemakers to embrace the privilege we have been given.
I formed High Heeled Homemaker because I felt called to encourage other women who are homemakers. I see many women, young and old, who are ill-equipped to effectively manage a home, not due to a lack of drive, but a lack of education on homemaking. Our culture over the last 50 years has pushed against the idea of homemaking being a primary job for women. The detrimental result is that many women, regardless of their occupation, are not prepared with the basic skills of budgeting, cooking, household cleaning and maintenance, and etiquette. This has had a negative impact on family finances and personal health and well-being.
High Heeled Homemaker was created for saving and reviving a lost art that desperately needs to be taught to the next generation of homemakers to ensure their success. For the mom who feels frazzled and failed in the kitchen. For the wife who doesn’t think her home is “good enough” to welcome others in. For the women who just can’t quite manage all the money for each month. For everyone who wants to become better at making a home. You don’t have to do it all. You still matter, and you are amazing!
Just as in real life, we all have unique talents and abilities. Some areas of homemaking may come naturally, and others take time to learn. Here at High Heeled Homemaker you will find helpful tips and tricks for all areas of homemaking. From blog posts that give you actionable steps, to free resources for organizing your home. I have you covered. You can even enjoy a special purchase for yourself or a perfect gift for anyone from the shop!
We can make a meaningful impact on the world when we focus first on serving
our families well.