Many Little Links: November 20, 2011

I Am Not Enough – The Finer Things in Life
Wow!  What an amazing post from Amy.  If you’re feeling inadequate in life, go check this out.

10 Days of Language Arts – Jimmie’s Collage
Jimmie wrote a wonderful series on teaching language arts.  Seriously — it’s great.  I think I need to make some changes based on reading it.  I’m linking to the first one, and then you’ll just have to click around for the rest.

Aquiring Blog Followers: 4 Simple and Effective Tips – Savvy Blogging
Fab advice for bloggers looking to gain more readers.  (And, really, are there bloggers that aren’t looking to gain more readers?  I’m sure there are somewhere, but I can’t imagine that’s the norm.)

Cooking for a Multivore Household – The VeganAsana
I’ve seen this woman cook for a large group of people with differing diets, and it is always impressive.  I really thought this was an interesting read.

Why I Turned Down a Book Deal (And The Lessons I Learned), Part Two – Blogging with Amy
This is the second post in a series, so you can go seek out the other parts of it (which were all interesting).  However, it was this second part that made me feel the need to read the rest of the series.  I was really hooked by this post.

New Mass Responses Booklet for Kids (Free Printable) – Catholic Icing
If it weren’t for the fact that my parish is going to have cards in the pews for the changes that are happening next weekend, I would probably need one of these for myself.  I plan on printing these for my kids.

How to Celebrate Advent with a Jesse Tree – Feels Like Home
Advent is very, very soon approaching!  Print out this free ebook on celebrating Advent with a Jesse Tree to help with your celebrations.

30 Truths About Homeschooling – The Homeschool Classroom (written by Kris from Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers)
Kris shares 30 things that she has found to be true based on her experience with homeschooling.  This is a really inspiring read, especially at a time of year when some homeschoolers are feeling a little burnt 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.


  1. says

    Greta links!!!
    The new Mass responses would be very useful for adults too, if we didn’t already have the cards to go by. I’m so curious how things will go next weekend, since it seems most people don’t pay much attention during mass!
    I have always wanted to do a Jesse tree. I don’t think I will be able to get it all ready for next weekend though, maybe next year?