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2009-04-18

Sit and Sip Saturday Links

Sit and Sip Saturday Links
Image by *Susie*

This week has been busy and slow at the same time. Busy in the sense that I've been working hard to get life back on track after a busy weekend and slow in the sense that everything is moving more slowly now that I'm into my last trimester. (Woohoo!)

I didn't have a whole lot of time for blog-reading this week, but these posts are those that I either enjoyed or have on my list to read, because they look so good! Enjoy!

Stewarding the Finances
5 Foundations of Personal Finance, #4: Give Generously @ Small Notebook
5 Foundations of Personal Finance, #5: Learn to Invest @ Small Notebook
11 Cheap (and free!) Toys for Young Children @ simple mom

Organizing Your Domain
50 Ways to Streamline Your Life, Part 2 @ LifeasMOM
Making Your Home a Haven: Evening Routine @ Tammy's Recipes
So Much To Do, So Little Time: Part 5, the Importance of a Routine @ Organizing Your Way
The Hurrier I Go, the Behinder I Get @ Mommy's Idea Book

Getting Crafty
How to Make a Felt Baby Toy with a Crinkly, Crackly Recycled Surprise! @ CraftStylish

Biblical Womanhood
Single OR Married: Intimacy=Not a Sliding Scale, But a Step @ Making Home
Tune-Up Tuesday: Down Days--Where to Focus? @ Beautiful Calling

Healthy Living
High Five Recipes: Crispy Cheese Crackers @ Heavenly Homemakers
Get Up, Get Moving, and Get Sexy, Part 1 and Part 2 @ Mommy's Idea Book
Cooking Healthy Food with Young Children @ The Nourishing Gourmet

Nurturing Your Children
Teach Your Child to Read--Charlotte Mason Style @ Journey of Discovery

Loving Your Husband
Help! We Just Can't Seem to Communicate @ simple mom

2 comments:

Christin said...

Oh thank you so much for mentioning my home school blog (Journey of Discovery). :) That was great of you! I hope that article can help some moms!

Brianna @ Heart(h) Management said...

You're welcome, Christin! I have a love affair with Charlotte Mason. She was brilliant, don't you think? I still have so much to learn, but the more I read, the more inspired I am! Amazing stuff.

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