Saturday, April 6, 2013

Weekend Links - April 6, 2013

Lots of links this week - not feeling like doing much of anything else will lead to a lot of web surfing, I guess.

Spiritual / Inner Life
Marriage / Parenting
Homeschooling / Education
Homekeeping
  • I'm not sure how I feel about this trend, but the pictures are cool: Living in a Converted Church.
  • The Challenge of Letting Go of Books by Deb Lee. Yes. Some things are easy to "de-clutter". Books are not.
  • I saved this one because the chances that we will need to remodel a kitchen, or even build one from scratch, seem pretty high at this point. Which means we'll be looking at IKEA too: Are IKEA Kitchen Cabinets a Good Idea?
  • 5 Steps to Lowering Food Expenses from Go Gingham. Helpful advice if you're just starting out on your frugal journey. (Or you need a refresher)
  • On Making Do from Amy's Finer Things. Right now we're in a holding pattern: can't really do anything to this house (it's under contract and we should sign the closing either at the end of this month or next) and we don't have our next home yet. Making Do is the name of the game and it might be that way for a while. (assuming we aren't able to fix everything the way we'd like in our next house, once we get it)
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And speaking of Pinterest, my pins of the week:
Seems easy enough:

Another kitchen nook:

One day, friends. One day.

So, what did you read or pin this week? Do share!
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2 comments:

VanderbiltWife said...

I could link to Lisa-Jo every week, too. I try to keep it to once or twice a month. :)

I have The Hidden Art of Homemaking. I should probably read it.

Thanks for linking, as always! I'm off to read about Maggie Smith.

3dlessons4life said...

Love your list! My new favorite Easter song for this year was "You Have Won Me" by Bethel Live. (I can't get it out of my head....)

Hope you have a great weekend! :)

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