Many Little Links: November 7, 2010

Many Little Links

I am pretty speechless (and extremely touched) that I have been nominated in two categories at The Homeschool Post’s Annual Blogging Awards. Many Little Blessings is nominated in the following categories: Best Encourager and Best Homemaking Blog.  Thank you so much to those that nominated me.  Make sure to go do some voting for your favorite homeschooling blogs.  (The Homeschool Classroom is nominated in the best group or family blog category as well.)

Now that I have shared my excitement, let me share some great links that I’ve enjoyed:

8 Tips to Make Your Photography Better for Less than $6 – Life with My 3 Boybarians
Easy and inexpensive tips for better photography from Darcy.

Make Home a Haven Using Personal Filters – Small Notebook
One of these days, I’ll quit linking to posts like this because I’ll actually be doing some of the things in these posts.  Until then, I’m going to keep linking to them and wishing I could make my life more simple.

The Little Book of Procrastination Remedies – Zen Habits
I’ll probably always be a procrastinator.  But these are some really fabulous tips.

Corny Laundry Humor – Mama’s Laundry Talk
If you don’t check anything else on this list out, go to Lauren’s blog and watch her super cute video.  Then, you can be jealous of me that I got to be Lauren’s roommate at Savvy Blogging Summit.  Isn’t she just the cutest thing ever?  I could listen to her talk for ages (plus she’s darn funny).

Quick Tip: Use Middle Click, Simplify Your Life – Organizing Your Way
How have I never heard of this before?  Very cool!

60 Ways to Make Life Simple Again – Marc and Angel Hack Life
Seems like the perfect post to read when you think your life should be more simple, huh?

Fall Gardening: The Almighty Bean Hut – Earth Mama
I totally want one of these, although I would love to try growing peas on it.  Would that make it a pea hut?

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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.