Many Little Links: March 5, 2012

Home Economics: Budgeting – The Homeschool Classroom
This is a really easy skill to overlook.  Really — how fun is budgeting, right?  But, I like Roan’s approach to it.

5 Facebook Changes to Note – Blogging with Amy
If you have a blog, business, or some other reason to have a Facebook page (not just a personal account), then this is a must read, if you’re not already familiar with the upcoming changes.

Ten Great Events to Plan for Your Homeschool Group – Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
I just love all of these fabulous activities that Kris’ homeschool group does.  As a matter of fact, I think I might have to send it out to my homeschool group!

Pinterest and Copyright: What I’m Doing – Blogging with Amy
Oh, you noticed that I linked to Amy twice this week?  Yes, yes, I did.  If you’re a blogger and you’re not already regularly reading Amy’s blog, go subscribe now.

Homemade Singing Telegrams – The Happy Housewife
I was just tickled when I saw this post by Kristen.  Too cute, huh?

Signs We are Catholic: What We Expect of Each Other – Catholic Mothers Online
What a beautiful post by Amberly!  I especially love all of the practical examples that she offers up of ways to live your faith.

Lemon Drop Cupcakes – Giving Up on Perfect
Looks totally delicious.  I’m not even a huge lemon fan, and I couldn’t help but wonder when I could make them sometime.

Cherry Blossom Art From a Recycle Soda Bottle – Alphamom
This looks so easy, but so awesomely cute.  Apparently other people agree, because I actually only pinned it a few hours ago and from my pin it’s already been liked 75 times and repinned 387 times (as of my writing this post).  Whew!

40 Secret iPhone Features and Shortcuts – App Storm
I wouldn’t go so far as to call these “secret,” but I didn’t know many of them.  If you have an iPhone, go check this out!

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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.