This blog in a few words….

I am currently taking part in a blogging challenge with the hope of making Delighting in the Days a better and more useful blog.  I want it to be more than my thoughts and ideas, I want it to actually be helpful to you as a wife and mother, because you ladies are doing important work (and I love you for it)!

Today we were challenged to write an elevator pitch in which we define our blog succinctly.  The idea is to provide a clear overview of our website in a few words.

I think I have been fairly clear on what this blog is about so far.  But it was good to consider it again.

So here is what I have come up with…

My tagline:

…peace and joy at home

Short Elevator Pitch:

Practical tips and encouragement for the Christian homemaker striving for peace and joy at home.

(I’m not completely happy with the way this sounds yet.  But it does provide a clear outline of this blog).

Long Elevator Pitch:

Delighting in the Days exists to provide encouragement, motivation and practical tips for the Christian Homemaker.  My goal is to help you create a happy, healthy home that is filled with peace and joy.

I want women to feel valued here.  To see the amazing power they possess to affect their homes and ultimately the world.

Here we talk about making our lofty goals a reality, delve into the nitty gritty of crafting the home we desire, and cheer each other on as we do it.

I hope that explains my goals for this little place on the web and communicates my love for the wives and mommas who visit here!

Find out more by reading my about page and my vision for this blog!


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Stacy Karen

Stacy is a DIY obsessed, healthy living advocate. A preacher's wife and mom of three, she loves to encourage others to live a natural lifestyle.

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  1. Love your tag line and your short elevator pitch. For your long one, I’d make it a little more concise and as one commenter said on mine – show a little more passion for what you are doing and less on what you want.

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I’ll be back for more of yours 🙂