Many Little Links: March 12, 2011

Amy at Raising Arrows is working on a series about affording children this month.  She has already shared about affording to feed kids and affording to educate kids.  Great posts, and I can’t wait to see what she has coming up!

Still No Luck with Leprechauns – Run DMT
I think I have decided, after reading this, that I may challenge my kids on Wednesday as a school activity to put together some leprechaun traps.  I wonder if they’ll catch Seamus!

How to Protect Your Time From Too Many Good Ideas – Small Notebook
Wow!  It’s like this post was written just for me.  But, based on the comments, I realized that wasn’t the case.  If you’re one that is always wanting to try out some new craft/plan/idea/whatever, go check out this post.

No Partial Feeds, Please – Blogging…Your Way
Amen, amen, amen!

5 Reasons to Take a Walk with Your Family – Zen Family Habits
I love this list!  It was a great reminder that we need to take walks more often.

Working at Home and Homeschooling: 7 Life Lessons from a WAHM – Simple Homeschool
I thought there were really great tips for any parent in this post, not just those working from home and homeschooling

My Thoughts on Education – Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
A fabulous assortment of posts from Kris!

“I Cannot Keep Up with My Laundry” – Mama’s Laundry Talk
Some wonderful tips from Lauren about what to do if you just absolutely cannot keep up with your laundry.


  1. says

    These are great. I need to go read: How to Protect Your Time from Too Many Good Ideas. I always have ideas and sometimes I get the time to work on them and they don’t turn out like I want.