Many Little Links: August 21, 2011

How to Start Blogging – Savvy Blogging
A good starter guide for someone just thinking about starting their first blog (or even just a new blog).

Puff Paint Onesies – Alisa Burke
This is not your Grandma’s puff painting.

From Idealistic Memories to Realistic Goals – Simple Homeschool
Love this post from an author who had a wonderful homeschooling experience as a child trying to compare her memories to how she is homeschooling her own children now.

Delusions of My Future – I’ll Suddenly Get in Shape – A Slob Comes Clean
This post cracked me up, as well as other ones like “Delusions of My Future – I’ll Suddenly Be Crafty” and “Delusions of My Future – I’ll Suddenly Be Efficient.”  These are the things I think at about 1 am.  I’m a real go-getter at that time in the morning, and everything suddenly sounds possible.

Beauty is Everywhere – Zen Family Habits
A great reminder of the beauty that is in every task.

Tips for Creating a Media Kit for Your Blog – Blogging with Amy
At a certain point in your blogging life, this is probably a good thing to put together.

Little Changes Can Make a Big Difference – Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
I needed to read this one.  Sometimes, I feel like changes have to be big to be effective.

Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches – Macheesmo
Although not cheaper than just buying an Egg McMuffin, this one uses real foods and not 55 ingredients.  (That’s not an exaggeration.)

Painted Wood Floor – Alisa Burke
Wow!  This is a very cool idea.  (And had to take forever!)

Choosing a Homeschool Curriculum – The Happy Housewife
Sage words about homeschool curriculum shopping!

20 Ways to Cook a Whole Chicken – Saveur
Yum!  Lots of great recipes here!

Angie Kauffman
Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home.  Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBookspodcastsloves Pinterestdocuments the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.


  1. says

    Hello! Thanks for the link … love your beautiful site here and it’s always fun to meet another homeschool mom along the journey! Blessings on you today!