Clean & Cook With Me | Cleaning Motivation & Staying at Home


hi everyone and welcome back to Faith
and Flour if you’re new here my name is Robin and in today’s video I’ve got some
cleaning and cooking inspiration for you and motivation and I’m also going to be
kind of showing you what we are doing now that we’re spending more time at
home I hope that this video finds you and your family doing well and adjusting
to the current circumstances I am an optimist and so I am looking at this
slowdown as a time to live life a little bit more slowly a little more
intentionally and to just kind of savor this time that we have to spend at home
instead of our usual busy schedules and I am just kind of going through the day
as I typically would I usually start by making my bed and then I do a little bit
of my Bible study I do a Bible reading each morning I take some notes and I use
the Bible recap app on my phone so that’s what I’m doing here and this is
something that I do to ground myself daily and I find that it’s really
helpful during this time that can be stressful for everyone when everything else is kind of
topsy-turvy I find that sticking to the routines that we can really does help
ground us and I have a weekly cleaning routine and if you guys haven’t seen
that video yet I will have it linked in the cards above but I have the first day
of the week Monday set aside just to do laundry and so I wash our clothes this
day and I don’t do a lot of other cleaning it’s a good day for me to be at
home I do work from home on my videos so I can do some editing and anything else
I need to do throughout the day while keeping on top of the laundry and it
also feels good when it comes to laundry to me to get it sort of done at least
one day a week of course it’s sort of never-ending and it’ll be piling up at
the end of the day once again but because I wash everything you know hang
it to dry fold it and put it away within a day or two I feel some sense of
accomplishment when it comes to laundry if that makes sense
Here I am sorting out the laundry and I am doing the hamper that is in Patrick’s
in my room and then Payton does his own which is a huge help and he’s already
done his and I basically just separate things into four loads so I have one
that is done on a hot temperature setting on a medium and then a cold and
then a separate one for delicates and that’s what I’m putting on top of the
washing machine and that will include my dresses and blouses and things like that
that I just want to wash separately because we did not have to go anywhere
this morning we took this morning rather leisurely Payton slept in he really
enjoyed not having to get up and go to his work program first thing this
morning and because I didn’t have to drive him I wasn’t in a hurry either and
so I sat on the couch I worked on my laptop for a little while and you know
didn’t even take a shower and to let her in the morning and we enjoyed that time
but now it’s time for me to fix some lunch and Peyton has requested Monte
Cristo sandwiches and so all this is basically is well I would say cross
between sort of a grilled cheese and french toast so you take bread and you
layer a slice of cheese a slice of ham another slice of cheese and then you dip
the whole thing in just a scrambled egg mixture and I’m making Peyton’s with
gluten-free bread he requires gluten-free but Patrick and I don’t so
I’ve gotten in the habit of making sure I don’t cross contaminate anything so I
make Peyton’s first and then I can use the egg mixture for Patrick’s and mine
and I’m really careful when I grill them that there’s no cross-contamination
you may even notice that I use two different spatulas to turn them so we’re
really careful when it comes to Payton celiac disease and that’s why I’m taking
all of these different measures to make sure that he doesn’t get any gluten from
what we are eating so what makes these Monte Cristo
sandwiches even more special is that you dip them in jam and this may sound
really strange if you’ve never had one before but I would urge you to try it it
is so good and so today we are using some strawberry jam that’s Peyton’s
favorite and so this is going to be a really fun treat for him this is
something that I used to make for the boys when they were young and so Payton
has some really great memories about these sandwiches and it’s become comfort
food for him right after lunch
Payton took Austin for a walk we’ve had some gray dreary weather but spring has
arrived and the weeds are in full force so Payton has agreed to go outside and
help do some weeding which is a huge help for us and it also gives him a
purpose and something to do to occupy his time while he’s at home and I think
giving your kids tasks like this when they are at home right now is really
good I think it helps them feel like they have a purpose it gives them a job
to do that is helpful to the family and it gives them something else to do
besides sit around and be bored Payton was working on that outside I
came in to clean up the kitchen and I checked on him he was working diligently
and then I noticed her tug Austin he is I think part mountain goat I’ve said
this before her but we got him as a rescue and you just do have to wonder he
loves to climb up to these high places in our backyard last night I had made some banana and
not chocolate chip muffins and I used these silicone cups to bake them in and
I loved them to soak in the sink overnight so those were waiting for me
this morning when I got up and I’m just now getting to them but I’m going to
wash them each by hand and set them out to dry once the first load of laundry is
finished I move it over to the dryer and get the next one going I just recently did a laundry room
organization video I’ll have it linked in the cards above in case you guys are
interested but I also made sure as we understood that we were going to need to
stay home to have a lot of supplies on hand a lot of them I store here in the
laundry room so laundry detergent paper towels you know extra tissues things
like that we store in here and fortunately I didn’t have to go out and
buy a lot of things like this at the last minute we have a little bit of
toilet paper in the bathroom and hopefully the situation will calm down
soon and we can all replenish these things as we need them I know that this
is a source of stress for a lot of you and I know it can be really serious I’ll
show you a little bit of what we’ve done in the pantry a lot of you guys have
asked me questions about how we’re prepared and I did not really go
overboard with the preparation we normally have about this many dry beans
in our pantry and I keep kind of I’d say a modest stock we have plenty of space
and I don’t usually max it out the things that I did go out and buy a few
more of we’re like the canned vegetables canned tuna some canned fruit and things
like that that would have a long shelf life and also if someone were to get
sick in the family we could make some simple meals we wouldn’t have to do
anything very complicated it would be very convenient I did stock up a little more than I
would usually for Payton because gluten-free things can be hard to find
in the best of circumstances so I got him some snacks and the gluten-free
pizza crust that he likes plus I stocked up our freezer with gluten-free breads
and things they were not hard to find and hopefully that will continue to be
the case I also normally keep good at a pretty
good stock of dry goods in the pantry some gluten-free baking items plus just
your typical things like rice and nuts things like that so I checked those
things before I went to the store and tried to replenish anything that I was
running low on I did buy a few extra pasta sauces
because that’s a great convenience item to have on hand and I know we are going
to use it plus we have some chicken stock and vegetable stock but not a lot
so instead of buying more boxes like these I decided to stock up a little bit
on the bouillon cubes and you know the concentrated base for making stocks and
things like that having extra canned soup on hand would be great but we can’t
purchase those things because they usually contain either gluten or soy or
both and so those are things that Payton can’t have and so having these stocks
will make it easy for me to throw together a homemade soup I can add
either pasta rice or beans to that and all of those things I have here in the
pantry so that’s how I’m preparing to make those sorts of meals I also grabbed
one extra jar of peanut butter when I was at the store peanut butter is a
great plant-based source of protein and we all love peanut butter and jelly
sandwiches so that will make for a really quick and easy lunch while
everybody’s here at home two up at the top of the pantry I’m storing some extra
cereal coffee rice and then canned fruits and vegetables that I bought
these will be great if we need them and we will be sure to use them eventually
and I just put them up here to keep them out of the way plus I just made sure
that we had some extra snacks on hand in case we can’t run out and replenish our
supply we’ll have several things at home that we can munch on
we like chips and nuts and dried fruits and things like that and popcorn is
always great when we want to stay home and watch a movie so I made sure we had
some of that too the refrigerator really just looks like
it normally does I didn’t want to stock up more on fresh produce because there’s
a chance that we wouldn’t be able to eat it before it went bad and that would
just be wasteful and because we’re using imperfect foods I talked to you guys
about that before I’m hoping that we’re going to have a supply of fresh produce
and that could change we’ve actually gotten notice from them that they’ve
had more orders than usual and deliveries might change so we’ll see
what happens with that and then in the freezer
I just tried to stock up on some proteins and things we are not big meat
eaters but things it might change if we don’t have a lot of fresh produce so I
tried to get a few extra things plus some fun things like hot dogs that we
could have with pork and beans and some extra chicken things like that that I
can stretch out by making soup or chili or something like that we have some
frozen cheeses in here plus some frozen bread and some treats like donuts and
ice cream so as you can see I just stocked our freezer with things that we
normally would use and yes I have it maybe a little more full than usual but
we don’t have a huge space we don’t have a big deep freeze in our basement or our
garage and I don’t have shelves and shelves full of dry goods and canned
goods but I do think that we have probably at least three to four weeks
worth of food if we absolutely couldn’t get anything else and like I said before
we are using imperfect foods and they deliver on a weekly basis and as far as
I can see I think that they will continue that plus I think that we’re
still gonna have access to food at the grocery stores we just really want to
minimize how much we have to go out when we don’t really need to and I think that
this whole idea of social distancing could be really effective if we all you
know just take it seriously and try to be mindful of the time that we spend out
if it’s not necessary so this is what we are doing and I feel pretty good about
it I’d love to hear from you guys in the comments what you guys have done to
prepare and how you’re dealing with being at home and to answer more of your
questions the number one thing we’re doing is what all the experts are
advising and that’s just washing our hands a whole lot more as mom’s and
homemakers we already know that we wash our hands before we prepare food before
we eat or touch our face in any way and just you know we’re being more mindful
about it so whenever we’re in contact with someone else if we’ve been out in
public at any time for any reason then of course we will wash our hands when we
get home and we’re just using paper towels a little bit more so that we can
control you know spreading the virus through a
hand towel and I don’t necessarily think that’s risky we’re just taking an extra
measure and we are just using the grove gel hand soap I just refill the glass
containers that we have on our counter and I also picked this one up recently
from the Grove Collaborative it’s Mrs. Myers I’ve always been a big fan of that
one and I have decided to buy the refill container just to be a little more
economical because we already have the glass containers that we can refill this
one is called oat blossom and it smells amazing if you’d like another
recommendation as far as using hand sanitizers ago I
picked these up a while ago from the Grove Collaborative I’m not sure that
they’re available anymore but we only use those when we are out and about and
we don’t have access to soap and water and since we’re staying home a whole lot
more we are rarely using them and as far as disinfecting cleaners I had a few
things on hand already – I have a few of these Clorox disinfecting wipes left and
I have some of the seventh generation disinfecting spray plus some method
antibacterial all-purpose spray and all of them claim to kill 99% of viruses and
bacteria so as far as I know these types of things are effective if they are
listed on the label I do know that you should not use my vodka DIY a
disinfecting spray because it isn’t strong enough to kill the viruses it’s
great for bacteria it’s great for your daily cleaning needs but if your goal is
to kill the virus then you’re better off using things like 91% isopropyl alcohol
or even 3% hydrogen peroxide straight do a great job and so I am putting those
things in a spray bottle and using them to disinfect some surfaces around our
home that are touched really often things that you know about already like
door handles faucet handles light switches all those kinds of things that
everybody is touching you know on a regular basis multiple times a day I
will spray those surfaces really thoroughly and then let them sit for 10
minutes so let them stay wet for 10 minutes and then you can use a paper
towel that’s what I prefer or a cloth if it’s clean and wipe it down now it will
only stay disinfected until someone touches it again so that’s why you have
to do it multiple times a day I am just a mom I’m not an expert so I research
these things at the CDC website and also at Consumer
Reports to find out what things are effective and as far as trying to boost
our immunity I’m doing things and so is my family like taking some vitamin C now
this is not proven to have any big effect if you do get sick but I just
like to take the extra measure and I have always kept a little bin under our
sink in the bathroom with cold medicines and so I just made sure that those
things were stocked up there is no treatment for the current virus that
everybody is fighting but you can do things to ease the symptoms and so I
keep things like use and Mucinex and alka-seltzer cold plus medicine we like
also theraflu is really good if you have flu symptoms because you drink it as a
warm drink so I just keep a stock of all these kind of things that I know my
family likes to use if we ever have a cold or flu don’t worry if you don’t
already have something like this in your home if there is a circumstance where
you need these kind of things I think they are going to be available at the
drugstore and the supermarket I just like having them on hand so I don’t have
to run out plus of course if you need to be treated by a doctor this wouldn’t be
you know an alternative you would still need to go to the doctor and then of
course anything that you would need would be prescribed so I hope that that
answers the questions that you guys have been sending me you know I think it’s a
great way to stay connected with each other several of you are from different
countries and you’re curious about what is happening here in America and we are
curious about what is happening where you are so feel free to leave your
comments and we can discuss what’s going on I mean this is a global event that
affects all of us and one of the good things that can come out of it is that
it brings us closer together and right now I’m just fixing some dinner and I’m
making a little marinade there’s no particular recipe for it I’m kind of
throwing things together so I had some lime juice some honey a little bit of
olive oil some cilantro and garlic and the chicken that I’m putting in there is
still a little bit frozen so I’m going to let it thaw right in the marinade in
the refrigerator and then I have some black beans that I’m going to let thaw
out on the counter and I’m going to be making what we like to call a power Bowl
which is kind of like a salad with some warm ingredients and I’ll show you that
a little bit later in the video so while those things are thawing out I am going
to be folding the laundry once the laundry was folded and put away
I started cooking the chicken for dinner and I thawed out the black beans and
added some corn to that I seasoned it with some chili lime seasoning that I
get from Trader Joe’s you can use any kind of you know Mexican seasoning or
tex-mex seasoning that you like and then ahead of time as I’m cooking the chicken
I let some kale and a grated carrot sort of marinate in a little bit of dressing
I use the Briana’s I think it’s balsamic dressing just a little bit to kind of
soften up the kale and give it some flavor and then I assemble everything in
a bowl and that’s why we call it a power bowl I change this up a million
different ways sometimes I use regular lettuce sometimes I use spinach
sometimes I just switch up the beans and the corn sometimes we use quinoa or a
brown rice I don’t always have chicken but Payton requested that so I’m kind of
catering to him today as you can see and I also added a little bit of dressing to
the top this is also from Brianna it’s there
chipotle ranch dressing and so that gives it a little more spice and flavor
and then after dinner we took a walk it was starting to get dark it was kind of
a grey and drizzly day all day but we still wanted to get outside get a little
bit of fresh air and get some exercise and so fortunately where we live we are
in a rural enough area that it is fine for us to be outside and when we got
back we played a game of rummy cube which is one of our family’s favorites
and so we are trying to make the most of this time and because we aren’t busy
with engagements and you know running out for different things we have the
time to spend doing something like this and it has been really fun and I’m
hoping that when this is all over we’ll look back and you know have had a good
feeling about the time that we spent together of course I do know that there is
uncertainty about the future and this is very serious for a lot of people I’m not
trying to make light of that at all but my faith comes into play here I realize
that I can lean on the Lord and trust because God is good all of the time and
no matter what happens He is still good so I hope that today’s video gave you
some encouragement and even though we have to practice social distancing I
hope that this will help bring us a little bit closer together if you
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great week and God Bless!

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

  1. Olá Robin. Sou brasileira e já te assisto há alguns meses. Vc mudou a minha forma de cuidar do meu lar. Sou cristã e casada há 9 anos. Assisto seus vídeos todos os dias pra me inspirar. Que Deus continue te abençoando.

  2. Thank you for the video. We are also trusting in the Lord who is always trustworthy and dependable. He has taken care of us through several difficult times. ☀😊💛

  3. It was so fun watching you make your home abit of Heaven on earth. Cleaning and preparing your food, and yes……even catering to Payton some. I love watching you divide and sort your laundry, and washing in in different degrees of temperatures. All is well when you do things like that. It called taking pride. I don’t care to see people jumble their laundry all together and “dump” it in. And your folding of clothes……what a joy to watch!!!! Thank you for such a peaceful video. We need more videos like this in our day and age….even if we didn’t have the coronavirus.

  4. Your video is very calming! I love how you use these days for family bonding time. I am doing some deep cleaning and decluttering or sell some items online to get my mind off the situation. Since I am watching your channel I got inspired with the capsule wardrobe. So I am thinking of what I need and what to let go. I long for a shopping trip to Zurich when things are back to normal! God bless you and your family! Stay safe.💜 🙏💜

  5. Yum! Monte Cristos are so yummy but I never considered how easy they are to make at home. I will definitely try doing that.

  6. Thank you so much for posting this video! My anxiety is very bad right now as I already have a fear of germs and Illness. This video and all of your videos are so calming and reassuring. I’m in Canada Ontario and we have declared a state of emergency. We can leave our homes for basic necessities but are told to stay in otherwise. We still go for walks with our dog but that’s about it! My husband unfortunately still has to go to work though. Thanks again for this great video!

  7. Hi Robin – Thank you for your interesting and informative videos ..here in the UK we are doing similar things . I too appreciate how worrying it is for many but on the positive side it really seems to be bringing communities together.. our road and many other communities have formed online groups offering help with shopping etc to the elderly and less able. I believe that a lot of good things can come out of this situation where we have been forced to pause and focus on the most important things in life.
    On a lighter note, I notice from watching several YouTube videos that most Americans seem to put their wet washing straight into a drier and not out on a on a washing line to dry. Even here in rainy UK it is common to hang things out to dry in good weather (certainly through all the summer months). Obviously each to their own, but would like to recommend it, as the washing smells so fresh and sunlight is the best stain remover ever plus; of course, good for the planet 🌍🌳🙂

  8. I noticed you used a liquid laundry soap to wash your clothes. Are you not using your homemade laundry soap?

  9. Hi Robin I hope your ok and your family and Austin ❤️😘xx I have faith that we will get through this conoravirus 🦠at the moment today in the uk we have 2,626 confirmed cases and 103 deaths of corona virus 🦠 my charity shop will be shut next week and I will find things to do at home 🏠…. ❤️🥰stay well and stay safe xx and see you in the next video ❤️🥰xx

  10. Thank you for this video, it was just what I needed. I needed a reminder to put God first, to stick with routines, to take care of loved ones in special ways, to be positive and make delicious meals. God bless you!

  11. Yes, God is good and His mercies endure forever. Amen. Love your recipes. Easy to follow. Thanks for sharing. Stay blessed. ❤️🙏😇 Ara

  12. Thank you Robin for the video. We are loving staying at home. You have some really useful information. Since we live in a heavily affected area we have a new normal. We check the number of cases and the death toll in our area daily. It is to point now that everyone I know either knows someone with COVID-19 or knows someone who has died from COVID-19. We lean heavily on our faith in the Lord, but I will be honest that sometimes we are gripped by the “what if’s” or fear. I knew this virus was going to be bad because my friends in China were telling me about it. They recommend wearing masks, or scarves, or anything you can to cover your face. They also recommend wearing glasses or sunglasses as well. My friend in China lives in a city of 14 million and they only had 10 deaths. Now they are starting to slowly come out of isolation. They were in isolation for about two months. She said masks are the most important thing in this fight against COVID-19. I hope this helps. Thank you for the uplifting message. It was very timely.

  13. Love your videos and your calming influence. I am trying to remember that God is always in control, and trying not to watch too much of the news. 🌸🌷🌺

  14. Hi Robin – So comforting to see your video. I know a lot of people are saying they are having too much togetherness, I live alone and am really feeling the isolation. However, I am in the high risk group, so my family insists that I stay home and they are good about calling and FaceTiming. They can come if I need them but they don’t want to bring an germs to me. I have everything I need. My church has a begun a ministry to pickup up groceries etc for us older folks but really, I was stocked up when all this started and I plan on ordering HEB curbside when I do begin to need things. I love the care you show your family. God picked the best mama for Payton. Thank you for your video. Truly I loved seeing my friend in Christ this morning.

  15. Thank you for the calming and relaxing video Robin! In Switzerland it first seemed not that strict than what we heard from Austria (where we are originally from) but now I feel like it´s taken more and more "serious", only grocery shops, farmacys and doctors are open right now (allthough it doesn´t affect the work that´s been going on outside of our house – I wish they would stop working there :-D). Schools got closed as well but not all of the kindergardens are closed, just some of them… I am not overly scared but a bit worried with the close boarder to Italy where so many people are sick and even so many people die… but you are right, we cannot loose our hope and trust that everything will be better very soon! Stay safe and healthy, lots of greetings from Zürich!

  16. Hi Robin. Thanks a lot for the video. I am Liz from Kenya.
    Would you please send me your weekly cleaning routine? Thank you so much and may God bless you.

  17. 💕💕💕Thank you Robin for such a peaceful video to encourage us to abide in God, to keep up our routines, and to continue to love our families during this time. 💕💕💕

  18. Thank goodness for your video’s they make me feel so much calmer in these uncertain times. God bless to you and your family from the U.K. 🇬🇧
    Please take care 😊

  19. Robin, I love your cleaning and cooking videos. I look forward to them every week. You are a true inspiration. I think I am going to order from grove collaborative and get some ecloths. I love the way you have your pantry. I need to reorganize mine and put labels on mine. Keep the videos coming! God Bless and stay safe. Hello from Maryland!

  20. I love how during this time people are slowing down a little and spending more time with family. In my area I’m seeing so many people out walking and running and biking on the trails. It’s a good thing they we can learn from during an otherwise difficult time. I enjoyed seeing what you’re doing.

  21. Bless you Robin. This video was just what I needed to keep me going. Here in England we over 70s have been asked to self isolate for 12 weeks and that's an awfully long time, so seeing how you are coping is comforting. xx

  22. Thank you Robin for this thoughtful video. I watchedwhile I spun away on my spin bike!👍 I have a lot of lettuce & 2 limes in the fridge. No chicken but I'm going to try this recipe with pork. Maybe I can whip up the ranch with sour cream. We are all staying healthy so far. Prayers for the same for your family. Lets keep the healthcare workers & world leaders in our prayers, too!❤❤🙏🙏

  23. Thank you for sharing your faith and love with the world that is so fearful with the strength of God we can make it through this trying time be blessed 0:)

  24. Hi Robin I am writing this from the UK. Your video was very soothing and calming thank you. We are all having to change our behaviour and play a part in helping stop the Virus from spreading. Hopefully it shouldn't be too long before we are back to normal. Best wishes to you and your family. X

  25. Thank you Robin! May the Lord protect and keep you and your family safe and healthy. Is your other son still at college or did he already graduate? Thinking of all of you during this time. Thank you for being the calm and comforting soul you are. Anxiety is high everywhere and I believe the Lord gives us comfort and peace thru people like you. God bless you and your family.
    Shari

  26. Hi Robin, I've purchased almost all the ingredients for the powdered home made laundry soap from your recipe & notice here that you have liquid laundry soap. Is there a reason you stopped using the home made powder laundry soap? tks <3 stay safe <3 Quebec Canada

  27. Hi Robyn I enjoy watching your videos particularly when I need motivation to clean! Just curious I lived in Canada for a couple of years in the 1980’s and was introduced laundry North American style where the dryer is used all the time to dry clothes. I live in Australia where we have lots of sun so 80-90% of drying happens outside on a clothes line especially in the summer and transition seasons. I use the dryer minimally because I live in a sunny climate and even in the winter I mostly dry clothes on a rack inside near the fireplace. For environmental reasons I use the dryer as little as possible which I realise is not typical in the US. Living in a sunny climate like you do I am interested in your thoughts on this subject.

  28. What a great video Robin. I love your upbeat attitude during this time, and all of your tips and encouragement.

  29. Hi, Robin! Hi, everybody! I'm from Serbia and we are in lockdown. No going out for people 65+ at all, and we have police hours from 20:00 to 05:00. Also, no traffic from one town to another. People work from home if they can, kids have school online.
    Take care, you all 🍀

  30. I purchased some e cloths and they are amazing. You have inspired me to go and fold the mountain of washing sitting in my hallway…thanks Robin. Take care xx

  31. Robin thank ou so much for telling us about Imperfect Foods. I got our first order this week and the food is wonderful.

  32. A wonderful and calming video, Robin. I found it to be very comforting. Thank you, as always! The kids and I have spent the day going through the toys. It's been real! haha Love, Jennifer

  33. Thank you for sharing your lovely content,yes we are all in same place being careful is important, also being calm, here in Australia we are recovering from the awful fires, and now we have panic buying which presents a whole set of new problems. Very best wishes to all, be safe

  34. Hi Robin!! Looks like you and your family are making the most of a difficult situation! Good for you! Like you, I am so grateful for the gospel in my life that keeps me comforted because I know that my Heavenly loves all of His children, watches over us, and is in control.

  35. Amen. I love the opportunity to slow down. I don’t understand how some are already bored,,, LOLOLOLOLOL. I LOVE being home and being able to be a homemaker

  36. Hi, Robin! I love seeing what you cook. It's always so healthful and "clean." I also got a kick out of your (still) using a Christmas plate, and using clothespins as chip bag clips. Keepin' it real! ~ Stay safe! Regards from the Midwest.

  37. Hi there Robin 😊🖐, I love your videos, and this one especially for several reasons. Just one question if I may. I notice in your kitchen, the glow of a blue object with steam coming from it. Is that a vaporizer or a humidifier? Hubby and I are in the process of researching which one would be best for us. Since I suffer regular bouts of Sinusitis, and medicine getting harder to get over here in Western Australia, because of extra purchasing. Would you mind sharing information about how you use yours, if you use essential oils or not. My hubby has learned that one of them can only take special oils made for it , whilst the other one you can use whatever essential oil you choose , such as Eucalyptus or Tea Tree in my case. Maybe you could do a little "how to" using yours ? I don't know. Just an idea. We desperately need one or the other, and would love to know what you have and how it's been for you. Thanks so much, and please stay well. Once again, loving your very motivating, and inspiring videos. Warm Christian love to you all from across the 🌏 ocean. 🙏🌼🌹💜

  38. Thank you for another wonderful video. Just gave me the motivation to go clean up my kitchen so I don't feel so stressed when I wake up. Life is so different. Take care.

  39. A wonderful video all around – loved all the cooking and showing us how you stocked your food and how special you made Peyton feel❤️

  40. Lovely video !! It gives me a lot of relax. I need it because my son is in Nepal and can not go back here in France because of the corona. Stressful situation….i pray for you and your family to stay in good health ! Sandrine, France

  41. Positive thinking and a voice of calm. Both my niece's children are autistic so I know that a disturbed routine really throws them out of sync. I hope Payton does well during this time. Is your other son coming home? Here in UK schools are closing except for children whose parents are in the health sector as they will be needed in our hospitals. I feel blessed that we live in a rural area and have a 2 acre garden to be out in. For others it will be harder. My bible reading for today focussed on God is good and it is wonderful to have a friend in Jesus. Thank you for your channel.

  42. Great video. Always soothing. I am watching your videos while I iron or wash the dishes. Here in Our city in Germany, schools were closed. But fortunately, groceries are still open. 😘

  43. Love watching your youtube channel….I know that you use ecloths….just would like to know how you go about washing them.

  44. Would love a video about planning meals around produce you have on hand since supplies are so uncertain now. Thinking of trying a mail order subscription like Imperfect Foods. Love your vegetable pasta recipe!

  45. I hope you and your family are fine. I know the Lord has a plan for all of us and I am taking this time to slow down and spend time doing things I usually don't have the time for…

  46. Also, does the law in Texas require that everyone be confined and quarantined ? Here in France, we cannot go out unless for groceries or walking around the block.

  47. "Casting all our cares on Him for He cares for us". Another peaceful and well done video Robin. Thank you, and God bless our country and it's people, and God bless you.

  48. Hi, Robin! Dinner looks fantastic! I’ve been fortunate because I’m usually home anyway, and I enjoy it. In fact, I’ve been out more than usual to try to get our regular groceries that aren’t on shelves. I’ve been making a trip everyday to see if they’ve restocked yet. I am thankful for all my cleaning supplies and cold medications. I don’t have a huge amount of supplies, but some of my friends have made comments about my pantry and supplies in the past. 😆 I wasn’t one fighting over toilet tissue that’s for sure! I like how Jennifer L. Scott says, “Being prepares is chic”, so I guess I’m chic.😏 I’ve found the little mom and pop stores in our small town to be fully stocked. Thanks for the video!

  49. Always love your videos , the sandwich looked lovely but you lost me at jam, hope and your family are safe and well . Xxx

  50. Thank you. I am not religious, though I am a Christian, I do find great solace in your posts. Thank you. You are brining me a sense of peace in a much crazy world.

  51. We tend to buy items ahead of time, so we haven't had a problem really needing anything but bread and milk. I enjoy reading so I have not had a problem keeping entertained since I have been sick the past week. We are not discouraged because God is in control.

  52. Hi Robin! I’m glad you and the family are well. We are fine here in NorCal so far. We had a second case of Corona confirmed yesterday. First case person has recovered. God is good. 😊 I am required to be at work so much of the time there is spent disinfecting and cleaning. Hazards of working with the public. Be safe and be well. ❤️

  53. a hug from Italy …. unfortunately hundreds of dead here every day … hopefully this pandemic will stop quickly ..
    Thanks for your motivational videos. kiss Silvia

  54. Im from the UK and this difficult time is showing how kind people are being in helping vulnerable people in our society. Love to you and your family xx

  55. This was a great video! I love the recipes I may try the chicken dish. Oh and I love your dress! So pretty. Just

  56. One more thing I would like to add. I do like to look for the positive and things, and I have to say I love having all my kids home! It's been great. We have played Escape the Room, card games we watched movies. I always try to have a family dinner every night but kids have college classes, work schedules and we can't always do that now that they're older so I am enjoying having everyone home

  57. Oh I just noticed you have switched to another brand of laundry liquid not the Method.🤔
    Any differences?
    Over here I cannot get to buy any
    Mrs Meyers from a local DIY Shop.
    I was told has discontinued all Mrs Meyers products.
    So far I love the dish wash.
    I wanted to try out the Laundry Liquid to buy from local shop but the range were limited that all products.
    Amazon do sell it but the Delivery Charge is expensive is not worth it.🙄

  58. Nice purple flowers.
    What are these flowers? 🤔
    Over here in Singapore 🇸🇬😷 is already more than a month we are coping well here.
    I did not over stocked.
    Bought 🍚🍞🥚🥚 and canned food.
    🥦🥒🥬 cannot keep so buy enough will do.
    I only buy what is low at home.😁
    More than a month ago citizens rushed and some did over stocked.
    I continue to buy what is low.
    Must think for others.
    All rushing to get
    🧻🧻🧻🧻🧻🧻😆🌏🌎🌍.
    Wash 🤲 with soap and more often.
    Remember to take Vit C with zinc.
    Sambucol Black Elderberry Cold and Flu capsules is a Must to standby.
    Echinacea equally good too.

  59. My daughter also has Celiac Disease. She made sure to go out and get extra GF foods for herself because they definitely can be harder to get in the best of times as you said. Her doctor is very pleased with her results over the past 2 years and we didn't want this situation to negatively affect her progress. We also home can a lot of garden produce so we are set in that area. Stay healthy!

  60. enjoyed the video! the game that you were playing at the end of the video reminded me of rummy! only without cards! I always enjoy your video's they are so calming! thanks for sharing and god bless! xoxo

  61. I live in northwestern Pennsylvania, up near Lake Erie; last fall I prepared for our usual winter storms and icy roads by stocking up on food & household goods….well, our 2020 winter never really arrived, but 2020 coronavirus did….so, I’m more than prepared….I’m not celiac, but I do react to gluten, I know what it is to cook different foods to meet dietary needs….as far as the virus, I’m using common sense, I’m trusting the Lord and will not live in fear….great video….