Hi! I’m Deborah Robinson with Old Ways Made New! Below, you will find links to some of our favorite resources.

I love using natural remedies, homesteading, homeschooling, and participating in living history on our 147 acre ranch in East Texas.
My specialty is knowing how to “get things done” around the homestead and staying focused on what matters most by keeping it real and simple! I can show you how to turn the volume down on stinking thinking and ditch the overwhelm because NOBODY has time to feel burnt out by the very thing that is supposed to bring them joy.
I look forward to working with you on your journey to a happy, healthy home!


My Favorite Resources for…

Healthy Home:

Need essential oils? Go to oldwaysmadenew.com/getoils

I love using Norwex products in conjunction with my essential oils. (I prefer to NOT affiliate with Amazon. Therefore, you will see me referring you straight to the manufacturer in most cases.)


For NuVet Vitamins and Joint Supplements (Dogs and Cats): (Use code 70479 to checkout) or call toll free 1-800-474-7044 | M-F 7am-5pm PST (Canadians – just call it in)


Email automation: Active Campaign – Start your free trial. I love their customer service, ease of use, built in integrations without the use of Zapier, and the opportunity to add on a CRM if that is something you see you need. Even without the add on, there is a place to add notes on your customers “dashboard”.

Create Courses for your Audience – Thinkific is my favorite. I have used Teachable as well. These two platforms run neck to neck, but overall I believe Thinkific has more flexibility in its platform and is more user friendly for students, especially when logging in.


Christianbook.com This is a great resource for biblical and homeschool resources.

Groups / Learning Center

Free Facebook Community Group~Old Ways Made New

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Essential Oil Customer Facebook Group

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