Oh man, these look so good! I haven’t tried them yet, but I think they definitely have to be on my “to try soon” list!
The Great Myth — Simple Mom
I just loved this! If you feel like you just can’t do it all, read this.
Is Cleaning the House Schoolwork? — The Homeschool Classroom
My kids have been helping around the house more, and this article definitely piqued my interest. (She even gave great ideas of some of the tasks kids could do.)
Simplified Screen Printing with Kids — One Golden Apple
This is probably one of those projects that I’ll never get around to doing with the kids, but it definitely is one of those that I would love to do!
Recycling Grocery Ads for Playtime Menus — Make and Takes
This is totally up my kids’ alley. They would love this!
Your Life, Simplified — Zen Habits
Love Zen Habits, love this post! I just wonder what “my perfect day” would look like. Hmmm…this is something to think about.
Joy the Baker’s Cutting Room Floor — Joy the Baker
Ever make cooking mistakes? Yeah, me too. Apparently Joy has some less than stellar moments as well. Definitely worth taking a look at, if just to feel a little better about yourself.
10 Tips for Looking Your Best — Simple Mom
Always great advice from Simple Mom. This covers a wide variety of topics about helping you to look better.
Workbox Tags and Cards — Homeschool Creations
If you are using Workboxes or thinking about it for your homeschool, definitely check out this link to some great printables!
Sorry, Miss Mason, But We Must Part Ways — Jimmie’s Collage
Apparently I’m just loving posts that are very open, honest, and real. Thanks to Jimmie for sharing what parts of the Charlotte Mason method just don’t work for her.
Teaching Your Kids Without Them Knowing They’re Learning — Simple Kids
Great listing of ideas of fun ways to work with your kids!
Chocolate Espresso Sandwich Cookies — Joy the Baker
I can’t say that I will be making these cookies (I don’t like coffee), but this post is a must read. Seems the Joy had a little bit of trouble with her bank, and she takes us along in her “letter” to the bank about her displeasure.