Many Little Links: January 9, 2012

Troubleshooting Tool: Down for Everyone or Just Me? – Blogging with Amy
Love this tool that Amy linked to!  Great for anyone with a website.

Easing In After the Holidays – The Homeschool Classroom
Our holiday break this year has been kind of funny and typically being a week here and a week there.  So, I’m actually going to take advantage of this schedule for the first few days of this week, when we start back after about a week and a half off.  (This idea is great after any break.)  I also loved Julianna’s recent post about Making Monday Mornings More Successful!

If You Want Your Blog to Reach Out, Read On… – Raising Arrows
Amy shares about the 2:1 Conference and how it can help your blogging life.  I love this post!  (Hey – and you could meet Amy, and me too!) Oh, and make sure to click through on the 2:1 Ticket pricing for a special surprise!

Speaking of the 2:1 Conference, you need to go check out the schedule of the talks!  There is so much to offer, even if you don’t homeschool!

Spam Sucks! How Much of Your Life is Spam? – The Art of Rob Jensen
If you say spam, it’s easy to think about all the junk emails and comments that you get.  But, what about the things we do in life that are spam?  This was such an awesome reflection.

Make a Cave – Lagniappe Academy
What a fun activity to do with kids!

How to Write a Month of Blog Posts in One Day – Blacksburg Belle
Now, if I could just make myself follow some of these ideas, I might be a lot more efficient.

Snack Attack – I Heart Organizing
Great idea for stocking the pantry with some easy snack options.

25 Handmade Gifts Under $5 – The 36th Avenue
Such fabulous ideas!  Seriously, you’ll be surprised.  Go check it out.

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.