Many Little Links: October 16, 2011

Real Food Tips: 8 Meal Planning Pointers – 100 Days of Real Food
I’ve already mentioned that I’ve been struggling with menu planning lately, so I really enjoyed this post.

What Bloggers Can Learn from Steve Jobs – momcomm
Even if you just read the subheadings, you’ll still get something great from this post.

Lunch Box Idea List – Wendolonia
Don’t pack lunches?  No problem – there are still lots of great lunch ideas!

The One Big Mistake Bloggers Make – DIY Themes
It’s easy to get busy and overlook this!

Vegan Asian Sesame Noodles – The VeganAsana
These are one of my favorite ways to have pasta/noodles.  Delicious!

Are You Really Productive as a Night Owl? – Savvy Blogging
I have found myself thinking about this a lot lately.  In fact, not only have I thought about it, but I’ve become more and more sure that I’m not really productive at all at night.

Keeping a Clean House While Homeschooling – Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
I have been working on my daily schedule lately, so this post really resonated with me.

Amida’s Biggest Homeschool Mistake: Saving Projects for a Rainy Day – Simple Homeschool
I’m guilty of this.  Very, very guilty.

How to Make a Mini Marshmallow Shooter Gun from PVC Pipe – Oh Amanda
Love it!  My kids would love it too.  Maybe Eric will make some.

Art Haiku – Jimmie’s Collage
I love how Jimmie combined so many subjects into just one lesson!

Tips for Getting Your Workout Schedule Back on Track – Eclipsed
Great tips for finding time for working out.

And, just to be sure you don’t miss any of these, I have three sweepstakes (aka giveaways) going on right now on either Many Little Blessings or The Homeschool Classroom:

Five family registrations for the regional Great Homeschool Conventions

Sage green Dish Drying Mats (three of them, plus I wrote a review)

$100 Visa card plus a gift pack

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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.