Archive for August, 2013

A Good Night’s Rest

August 31, 2013  |  No Comments

It’s officially the weekend. Time to catch up on some zzz’s.

Since we’re on a productivity kick, one thing that is so important to a healthy, productive lifestyle is a good night’s sleep.

Research demonstrates that sleep is necessary for our nervous systems to work properly. At the very basic level -…

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Keeping a Fit Body & Soul

August 30, 2013  |  No Comments

At the Good Home Co., we are firm believers that keeping fit does great things for the mind. Some of our best ideas come from when we’re doing something active. And, of course, there are many wonderful scent memories that one can derive from a hike outside or exploring the…

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A Giveaway with See Jane Work

August 29, 2013  |  3 Comments

Labor Day is right around the corner and this means it’s TIME TO GET FOCUSED! This week we are all about getting productive and we’re going to kick it off with a very appropriate giveaway.

We are so excited to be partnering See Jane Work on our Labor of Love giveaway….

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Productivity Enhancing Scent Memories

August 28, 2013  |  No Comments

With Labor Day right around the corner, summer is starting to wind down and it’s Back to School or for those of us done with school, time to stop day dreaming a bit and time for “back to [focusing more] at work” season. ¬†At The Good Home Co., we know…

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Buttermilk Cookie Recipe

August 26, 2013  |  No Comments

The secret is now out. We present to you Grandma Euler’s Cookie Recipe with a bonus additional preparation suggestion… This buttermilk cookie doubles as a delicious shortbread. We don’t frost them and instead use them as a sweet biscuit with fresh raspberry sauce. Tip: Do not over bake; should be…

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The Inspiration For The Good Home Co.

August 26, 2013  |  No Comments

The Good Home Co. was inspired by my grandparents and their farm. I loved visiting my grandparents; farmers who spent their time cooking, cleaning and gardening. I grew up going to their farm where I was taught the old-fashioned way to keep a home and I loved it. Working on…

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