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“He makes his home where the living is best.” Latin Proverb

“The house we bought wasn’t in the best of shape but it had a certain appeal since it was in a great area and not that far from the city. It needed a lot of tender loving care, as the expression goes, and we certainly poured a lot of sweat, toil and money into making it a very comfortable home.”
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There is no place like home English Proverbs
Encouraging Poems

“The longest road out is the shortest road home.” Irish Proverb
Funny Quotes about Life

“Many people allow the cheapest and inexperienced to help build their life without thinking about the future consequences of their decision or lack of decision as the case may be. We can surround ourselves with those who undermine our home, undermine the very foundations upon which one’s life is built.” Byron Pulsifer, The Art Of Bricklaying

“I think that when you invite people to your home, you invite them to yourself.” Oprah Winfrey

“You come home hoping to relax but know you have to complete work for your job that can’t wait. You can either moan or complain that you still have to work at home or you can be thankful that you have a job when so many others would gladly change places with you.” Byron Pulsifer, Optimistic Thinking

As our friends and families hover in the kitchen let’s remember they are hungering for more than physical food. I believe the light in a home shines brightest in the kitchen , Let Your Light Shine! Mary Jo Montanye, Grandma’s Simple Cookbook

“Blessed is the home where each puts the other’s happiness first.”

The road to laughter beckons me,
The road to all that’s best;
The home road where I nightly see
The castle of my rest;
Edgar A. Guest, Home
Motivational Poems

“Yet still the time:- ‘It’s so nice to come home’.” John McLeod from When Sunlight Finds In Rain

“True luck consists not in holding the best of the cards at the table; luckiest is he who knows just when to rise and go home.” John Hay

“Marriage counseling at home is like having your family doctor visit you at home to check what health problems you have.” Jessica Gardner, Marriage Counselling From Home

“Whether home or income, time or vacation, car or amenities such as fashion, beauty, jewelry and fashion – the elderly have that much more to offer compared to the younger.” Ben Friedland, How to age cool

“What children hear at home soon flies abroad.” Thomas Fuller

“We only have one planet, don’t we want it forever? Teach your kids to respect our home, and when they leave this Earth to make sure that they leave it in better shape than when they arrived.” Jason Hall, Captain Dad’s Treasure Map: A Guide to Parenting, Life, and Love, a Little Outside the Box!

“If you are a parent and you are asked to think about difficult people at home, you probably automatically think about your teenage kids.” Malcom Rockwood, Dealing with Difficult People

“I realized the clutter of my home was becoming more than just a personal annoyance and was actually affecting the quality of my life.” C. E. Mroz, 10 Minutes To Clean

“Your home is a physical and perhaps emotional comfort zone where you can heal and recover enough to address all your work problems the next morning.” Zak Khan, Break Out
Comfort Zone

A boy needs his mother to make their house a safe, loving place to live. It’s a gift to provide our sons a loving refuge and a warm meal, a chance to gather around the table for conversation, even with take-out pizza. Cheri Fuller, What a Son Needs From His Mom

“Assign a safe place for you – church, home, school, garden, or any place that you are comfortable with. From time to time, whatever glass you are holding, learn to put it down in that safe place.” Russell Davis, Take a Leap of Faith and Accept Your Imperfections

“Create a good habit of staying home for family nights, focus on simple entertainment for children.” Ronald Valentino, Habits: The Ultimate Habit Creating Guide

“If you are working from home, talk to your family members and let them know that you are doing focused work at certain hours.” Timo Kiander, Work Smarter Not Harder

“Respect starts in the home and with the family. . . ” Tucker Colburn, Step Parenting

“Fathers are expected and assumed to be the leaders of their family and leaders within their respective homes.” Akil White Khalid , Black Fatherhood: Trials & Tribulations, Testimony & Triumph

“Look around your home. Is everything you see something you truly need? If you can get rid of some of your stuff, you will feel a lot less stressed.” Ashlee Meadows, Stress Management: Destressing Tips For Moms

“The final factor to consider when gauging the importance of introversion is by looking at how you are able to recharge with ease. You can just sit at home to gain energy and come back with focus and determination.” Laurie Cain, Introvert’s Road To Leadership

“Action is the cure that will fix my doubts and banish my fears to the light. I cannot stay home in my comfort zone and home to change myself through will power. It requires dedicated action to my goals and will empower me to push through any obstacles.” B.W. Robertson, 13 Hard Lessons of Life

“You can put such things that clutter your home to good use by giving them away.” John Michaels, Learn How To Give On The Cheap

“What activities – both at home and at work – are fueling you and giving you the most enjoyment? How can you do more of that?” Karen Kelloway, NAIL IT!: Six Steps to Transform Your Career

“If you value spending time with your family, your path to your passion may consist of a lot of work from home or allowing yourself to have flexible hours with whatever project or passion you might be in pursuit of.” Tarik Turner, Changing #MyPerspective

“Sometimes college kids get sad at Thanksgiving if they don’t get to come home, or on Valentine’s Day, or on Halloween. Sending them goodies can help them get over these hurdles.” Lee Binz, Senior Year Step-by-Step: Simple Instructions for Busy Homeschool Parents

“I believe that if we are to create peace in the world, we must first create peace in the home.” Richard O’Keef, How to Get Kids to Behave: The Manual that was Supposed to Come with Kids

“In comparison, any person can have healthier food for less money by preparing their own meals at home.” Rand Bennett, Retire Early: How to retire early by utilizing 7 simple habits of early retirees

“What can you do to make your guests feel at home, as opposed to feeling like going home the next time they come to visit?” Carolyn Denise Owens, Timeless Wisdom: Lessons From Our Ancestors

Ensuring that your home is well-maintained does not have to mean calling on various service providers all the time. There are a lot of household tasks that could use your DIY skills. Rand Bennett, Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck
Common Sense

Every person is different, every home is different, every item is different, and we all have to decide how best to approach the clutter in our lives and homes based on our own values, sentiments, circumstances, and priorities. Taylor Haskins, 9 Lessons I Learned from The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

May every gathering in your home be one filled with lovely moments and warm memories. Shanna Hatfield, Savvy Holiday Entertaining

Candles are an easy, inexpensive, quick way to make any home more inviting. Jacqueline Whitmore, The Do’s and Don’ts of Holiday Parties

The tiny home movement is taking things the other way. People are tired of the waste, realize that they don’t need that much space, or they want an affordable way to be able to move into their first home. Nancy Ross, Tiny Houses: A Beginners Guide To Tiny House Living

A house is built by wisdom and becomes strong through good sense. Proverbs 24:3 (NLT)

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