100 days of Homemaking Skills Series

Homemaking is a really complicated word – a whole list of endless tasks to create a haven for our families and ourselves. It brings about a whole lot of hard work and efforts to be that perfect Homemaker, although it’s still far from perfect. To test your abilities on all the walks of creating a home, is the most difficult yet challenging work of a Homemaker. From cooking to cleaning, from planning to budgeting, from crafting to sewing – and everything in between – that’s what a Homemaker does.

I bring to you the 100 days of Homemaking Skills Series. A series of post to learning some of the homemaking Skills that will help to make our lives a little easier. I know, I am far from being that perfect Homemaker but still I strive each day to learn something new, and take some tiny inchy steps towards my Homemaking goals. No matter if you love homemaking or are rather too annoyed by that word, let this series help you to enjoy the process a little more or rather push you towards enjoying it.

This series is just about that. Learning some new things or brushing up things you already know. Stay with me and have fun! If there is anything you would like to be added in this series, do let me know!

Day 1 – How to Sew a Button

Day 2 – Folding a fitted sheet – an easy way!

Day 3 – How to cook the perfect rice

Day 4 – How to prepare a soup 

Day 5 – Home remedies for cough & cold

Day 6 – Cleaning burnt pots and pans ( a stress free method)

Day 7 – How to make the most of your day 

Day 8 – How to knead a dough  

Day 9 – How to fold bedsheets in style ( 2 ways ) 

Day 10 – Baking a cake

Day 11 – Home remedies for headache 

Day 12 – Tips and tricks to meal planning

Day 13 – How to make a smoothie

Day 14 – 8 basic types of cuts you need to know

Day 15 – How to set up a sewing machine

Day 16 – How to clean window tracks – an easy way!

Day 17 – Easiest way to insert a comfort into a comforter

Day 18 – How to make a loose ring fit your finger

Day 19 – 3 steps to start your day with a BANG

Day 20 – Know the storage times of frozen foods

Day 21 – How to clean combs and hairbrushes

Day 22 – Basic Indian Bread – Chapati 

Day 23 – Basic Indian Bread – Paratha

Day 24 – Making hard boiled eggs – the perfect way!

Day 25 – How to make fluffy scrambled eggs

Day 26 – How to make the perfect poached eggs

Day 27 – How to declutter 

Day 28 – How to fold a tshirt in 2 seconds

Day 29 – Two easy ways to fold your socks 

Day 30 – How to fold a jeans /pant

Day 31 – How to make crispy French fries 

Day 32 – How to make white clothes whiter

Day 33 – How to help dark colored clothes maintain their color

Day 34 – Removing plastic labels from glass bottles

Day 35 – How to make your home smell great naturally ( guest post) 

Day 36 – How to deal with constipation 

Day 37 – Basic Indian Gravy – Makhni Gravy 

Day 38 – Basic Indian Gravy – White Gravy 

Day 39 – Basic Indian Gravies – Brown Gravy 

Day 40 – Basic Indian Garvies – Green Gravy 

Day 41 – Basic Indian Gravies – Yellow Gravy 

Day 42 – How to fix a hole in your clothes

Day 43 – How to clean a blocked drain 

Day 44 – How to revive wilted vegetables 

Day 45 – How to make sugar syrup 

Day 46 – 30 minutes to a clean home ( daily activities)

Day 47 – Guilt free potato chips ( oven baked )

Day 48 – How to chop an onion ( without tears ) 

Day 49 – 6 genius ways to organize your refrigerator 

Day 50 – How to make fluffy pancakes


3 thoughts on “100 days of Homemaking Skills Series

  1. I love this concept! Am lacking a lot of skills and breaking them into one a day isn’t too overwhelming. Will these be posted on the blog each day? Will it be emailed to subscribers? Thanks for the series!!


    1. Thank you Becky! I will be posting daily on the blog so stay tuned. Also subscribers will get it in their mail daily so don’t forget to subscribe. I hope you have fun with this series.


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