Sunday, May 23, 2021

Overcoming and Thriving in the Home



Hello Everyone,
I'm honored you came to listen while you enjoy your beautiful homes. Today I talk a lot about character and a little about Exodus.

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Here are the publications I suggested adapting into  personal "thrive" courses:





Below: there is a boys version available also:


note below; there is a manners book by the same author for boys/young men, called Man in Demand. 







13 comments:

Flossy said...

Hi Lydia - thanks for another fabulous and inspiring vlog.... I just love your tea cup set - so pretty!! I have managed to not wear a mask either for the past 18 months - have avoided it like the plague..... I get claustrophobic at the best of times so I certainly wasn't going to put myself through that either! Cheers from sunny Brisbane! xx

Flossy said...

Oh... I forgot to ask you - do you have a hard copy of your book that I can purchase Lydia? many thanks Flossy!

Lydia said...

You get a prize Flossy— congratulations! I haven’t heard of anyone else yet. Also maybe I’ll talk about how to educate with Christian values in everything. It’s a way of thinking; of filtering everything through the spiritual values in some of the verses I have quoted but there is much more.

Lydia said...

To get my book, email me: ladylydiaspeaks at comcast dot net

Laura Jeanne said...

Thank you Lydia, for another charming talk, which I listened to while I worked in the kitchen.
The sound quality was perfect once again and I am really enjoying that.

I think I might try to get a copy of that Cottage Core book, as it sounds right up my alley. I love to have old and well loved items in my home. It's been a real trial for me that in Ontario the second hand stores have been closed since the first week of April, and will remain closed for several more weeks at least. Of course, the low cost is another factor in my choice to shop at those stores, as we live on one income and growing children do need plenty of clothing! I've opted simply to not replace the things they have grown out of, and I'm waiting (not so patiently) for the day the government decides it's all right for us to go shopping again. (To clarify, the people of Ontario are currently not permitted to purchase any items in a store the government deems non essential, including clothing, shoes, household goods, etc. As everything in a second hand store is "non essential", they are all closed.)

God bless you Lydia, for bringing some cheer and encouragement into a time that is not always so cheerful. I don't know how it is in other places, but in Ontario, the mood is becoming grim as the government extends the lockdown and restrictions over and over again. If anyone reads this, prayers for the people of Ontario would be deeply appreciated. <3

Lydia said...

Laura, when I searched for books on Cottage Core I noticed several more of them. One is called Escape into Cottage Core, and another is called The Little Book of Cottage Core, as well as the one I have put a picture of here.

Lydia said...

There is also a cottage core coloring book.

Flossy said...

Hi Lydia... I'm having trouble using the link to email you about ordering your book... is there another email address I can use? Cheers Flossy

Lydia said...

Flossy I will try to get that fixed. My email is ladylydiaspeaks@comcast.net

CRcasita🌷 said...

Thank you for another episode of homemakers radio. I cleaned my home and made lunch today while listening. I place my phone in the pocket of my apron. That way I can listen and go about my day.

Mrs.O🌺 said...

Lovely video and thank you, dear Lydia! I sat with my coffee, ( I did do some tidying as well!), my highlighter and my new Bible and journal. The ship trip which is coming up sounds wonderful! ⛴
God bless! 🌺

Lydia said...

Dear Lydia,

This vlog was jam-packed full of extremely pertinent, valuable information. If I had done nothing else other than listening today, it would have been an hour well spent! Thank you!
❤️Holly

Deborah said...

Thank you for your inspiring and encouraging video. I set up a new tea station today. Even in the warmer weather I still enjoy a good cup of tea in the morning. I enjoyed listening and learning new ideas.