Here are some gems I discovered found in my feed reader today:
- Allie at No Time for Flash Cards posted Make Dinner Playtime. It’s a MUST read, especially if your children like going out to eat.
- Sarah at Moon Child explained TV Turnoff Week and gave lots of suggestions for making it work
- Joshua at Becoming Minimalist posted why fewer toys are better for kids
- Mariana at Riding with No Hands posted tips for choosing a wooden playset for your kids
- I loved the animals two by two activity that Pink and Green Mama posted
- Jeannette at Ready Made posted ways to recycle rice leftovers
- Michelle at Scribbit posted pizza bites
- Marie at Make and Takes posted chicken pesto pasta
- Aimee at Simple Bites continued her Spices 101 series with a primer on how to buy spices
- Ana at Knock Off Wood posted how to make a toddler-sized upholstered day bed
- Mandi from Organizing Your Way posted the importance of organizing your way at Simple Mom
- Danelle at Home Ever After posted how to make a spring cleaning plan
- Melissa at The Inspired Room posted how to get home projects done when you are really busy
- Almost Unschoolers posted cereal box robins
- Connie at Smockity Frocks posted a fun drawing activity for kids
- Steph at Somewhat Simple posted a wonderful dry erase activity book tutorial with printables
- The Mad Quilter posted a tutorial for a tiny wallet
- Natalia posted her Verna’s quilt tutorial at Piece N Quilt (the quilting is the best part!)
- Kansas City MamasÃ‚ shared tips for working out and losing weight on a budget
- Heather at Not a DIY Life shared 10 reasons why exercise is good for you
- This isn’t specifically about losing weight, but about hardships in general. Shannon at Rocks in My Dryer posted about the Wilderness in 2006.
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