About Debbie

You wish you could make your home an oasis with perhaps a garden and family meals with wholesome food, and a simple lifestyle, but it seems impossible.

When you think about plans that are supposed to bring peace to your family, you don’t know where to start.

When you wonder how you can pull it all together, you feel like giving up before you can even take the first step.

I get it. Making changes toward a more simple life made me feel like I was stuck on a hamster wheel and going in circles. My first years learning how to grow a garden was one trial and error experiment after another. I had to learn how to make meals more than just “food”. (well, at least they ate it!)

I believe that you can design a peaceful lifestyle, complete with a garden if you want, and meals that will make your family beg for more!

Can you begin to imagine what it will feel like when you realize the plans that you worked on have all come together as your family has settled into a peaceful lifestyle?

Imagine picking fresh green beans for your supper that night. Beans that YOU grew!

What if you had step-by-step tutorials that teach you how to grow herbs and food even if you “kill everything you ever tried to grow”? 

Imagine the satisfaction you’ll feel when your family is sitting around your table devouring your cooking that looks like it came off the cover of Cook’s Country!

What if you had more tutorials on how to use simple kitchen tools to make the most of that fresh produce? 

What if you had access to 40 years of experience in successful recipes that will become your family favorites.

What if you could get your hands on FREE workbooks that will equip you to design a lifestyle that is best for you and your family?

When you join the community at Seasons of Devotion, I will send you the key to the library that has all that! For FREE!

Joining our community is easy. Just click HERE for downloadable workbooks for family changes and plans, cheatsheets for the best seeds for your garden, and more!

More About Debbie

My husband and I raised seven children and homeschooled them all through high school. I started my first garden over twenty-five years ago.  I learned through trial and error how to have an abundant garden in the sub-tropical climate of central Florida. Our large garden became a big part of our diet as I learned the secrets to a successful garden. Fresh garden produce was part of the budget-friendly recipes I created without compromising amazing taste. With five boys and two girls, I needed to stretch the food budget in the most appetizing way possible! 

A large family will be busy, but I was waaaaay too busy in the community as well. One day, I just couldn’t do it anymore. With a lot of prayer and time to heal from the issues that drove me to that point, I finally achieved a good balance. The garden was the place where I could “tell all” to God and find a peaceful quiet where I could listen and learn to just “be”. 

Now, the garden is a place I go to nearly every day, to unwind and let stress go, while I listen for God’s wisdom.

Your home can be a peaceful refuge, even if you don’t want a garden. When you imagine a peaceful place in your home, what does your place of refuge look like?

You CAN create a home where you can establish a new, peaceful lifestyle and claim victory as yours.  A place where you don’t have to worry about pleasing everyone else and leaving yourself in the dust. A place that allows you to breathe deeply and ask God anything and tell him everything.  

Here at Seasons of Devotion, I have a library with lots of downloadable workbooks, prayer guides, and cheat sheets that will equip you to be successful.

Are you ready to experience the joy of a peaceful lifestyle? 

Start Now with your FREE workbooks.

You’ll be glad you did!

Looking for the
connected to the posts?

What are you waiting for?

Subscribe now!

Your comments and questions are welcome. You can reach me at [email protected]

God is good.


Then Jesus said, “Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Mat 11:28 NLT