My new years resolution: deal with my notebook addiction

It’s already a bit late in the year to be discussing new year’s resolutions, but this is the earliest my schedule would let me post about it. 🙂 This year I thought good and hard on a new years resolution that would be both good for me, and one I can keep. The truth is Read More

Breed Profile: Finnish Lapphund

The Finnish Lapphund is a breed of dog developed to herd reindeer. These tough little dogs have quick reflexes in order to dodge swipes from wayward antlers, and a thick weather proof coat to ward off chills while they are working. Finnish Lapphunds make excellent family pets, and can be very different based on their Read More

100+ Hour Project: Spartan Racing

One of the perks of being a writer is that I get exposed to a variety of different topics. I doubt that I ever would have even heard about spartan racing if it wasn’t for someone purchasing an article based on the topic. I popped up a YouTube video of it and felt a thrill Read More

Happy New Year!

2018 was our first year running Renegade Housewife. It has been a wonderful year, meeting new people and proving that a blog with topics as wide as this one still has a home in the world out there. I’m glad that there are dog-crazy-photograph-snapping-experiment-conducting housewives (and house husbands!) out there everywhere that enjoy blogs like Read More

Merry Christmas!

(Psst. Want to see the blooper? We’ll post it if 20 people wish us happy holidays in return! It doesn’t have to be Christmas, we know there are a lot of holidays out there, but we’d like to share a little in the joy of this wonderful season.) Read More

SIDS happens.

On 12/19/16 my daughter died. She was 9 weeks old. I have always been afraid of SIDS, and after she died I learned more than ever this is a good thing to fear. It means your baby dies. Not ‘some baby’ somewhere out in the world. Your baby. Even though you lay her on her Read More

Writing experiment: Did Confict & Suspense help my story?

James Scott Bell’s Conflict & Suspense is a well written and enlightening book on the bare bones essentials of writing. I opened this book and immediately became enraptured by his easy writing style and great advice. Before I’d even finished the first chapter, my notebook was whipped out and I was making thoughtful edits to Read More

Is it too much to ask that you wear the clothes I wash before it is dirty?!

So today I was going about my life as a Renegade Housewife, getting the dishes done and doing laundry. It’s a lot of work, but work has been slow the past few days so I’m taking advantage of that quiet time to make my house respectably clean. In the bottom of the basket my son Read More

Writing experiment: Did Writing Down The Bones Help My Story?

Book Review: Writing Down the Bones I both loved and hated this book. I loved the simple writing, the personal tone the author struck, and the short chapters you could skip around without too much worry of losing your place. I hated the strong poetry slant that made me feel if I wasn’t slavering and Read More

Full moon experiment: Does moon phase planting work?

Gardening by moon phase has been passed down from generation to generation for so long, no one actually knows how long it has been in existence. There is no proof as of yet that gardening by moon phase does anything, and many scientists refer to it and other moon references as a myth. Still, the Read More

1 2 3 4 5 7
Font Resize