Wednesday, January 2, 2008

New in 2008!

We hope you all had a wonderful and safe New Year! We would like to share some topics that we are planning to cover and some exciting new features in store for the Stay-At-Home Daughters blog in 2008! We are also opening up the comment section for discussion and suggestions: what would you like to see at Stay-At-Home Daughters in 2008?

Here are a few topics we are going to cover this year!
  • Handling "the college question" graciously
  • Hope Chests and what should go in them
  • The blessing of a simpler life at home
  • Staying productive at home during the single years
  • The High School Graduation issue
  • Being a blessing to your siblings
  • Contentment in every season of life
  • Ways to bless your parents
  • The fruits of the spirit (this will be a long series on each fruit individually!)
  • Practicing hospitality
  • Feminine Modesty (a checklist)
  • Tips on keeping siblings occupied and happy
  • How To Start and keep a Homemaking Journal
  • Feminine hairstyling
  • Simple plans for quiet time
  • The art of letter writing
  • How to make a perfect cup of tea
  • Starting a home business
  • Tips on memorizing scripture

You can also expect some great new features!

  • A new weekly feature called, "Tuesday Talks"
  • Tutorials for sewing and other homemaking skills
  • A Week In Skirts (documented by each of us)
  • Open discussions (where we ask the question and you offer your advice and expertise)
  • An official monthly Stay-At-Home Daughters podcast! (Set to launch this February)

And of course, we'll continue to document our family life, and post recipes and encouraging quotes, poetry, and articles from outside sources.

This year is looking like quite an exciting one!

Now it's your turn! All of you lurkers please leave a comment below and let us know what you'd like to see this year on Stay-At-Home Daughters!

6 comments:

Lady Why said...

I think your ideas are wonderful and I'm looking forward to watching it all unfold!

Mod Girl said...

"The High School Graduation issue"
I'm curious learn what exactly this issue is. As stay-at-home daughters to you advocate not finishing high school or is this issue regarding what your path will be upon finishing high school?

Flibbertigibbet said...

When I wrote "The High School Graduation Issue" I was referring to the actual graduation ceremony. I'm graduating this year and I am planning on writing about my graduation ceremony and about other graduations that I've seen presented. Hopefully this will be helpful to those who would rather not participate in the secular "Pomp in Circumstance" graduation, or those whose homeschool cover school doesn't offer this.

We believe strongly that women should be highly educated, and we certainly don't condone not finishing high school.

Later this year, we will also be discussing what our path will be upon finishing high school, which I've already written a little about in a three article series which you can access by clicking the "college" label in our sidebar.

Thanks so much for your question! Please let us know if you find anything else that is unclear or could possibly be misinterpreted.

Thanks again for stopping by!

God Bless,
Flibby

Lines From The Vine said...

It's sounding like this year is going to be great! I was planning on asking for your thoughts on new movies and books- I'm glad to see that will be worked into upcoming months.

Cheri said...

I will look forward to returning to your blog to read up on some what look to be, excellant topics!

Natasha said...

I look forward to seeing all these future posts!