Routine charts made
Our Lives-I love this blog! We have much in common and have become great blogger friends. I love her approach to organizing, she does it in small steps but ends up getting so much done. Last week she linked a post about organizing her spice cabinet, it looks great! Her beautiful headers are reason enough to go visit her blog, but make sure you take some time to look around, there is much wisdom all throughout her posts.
Remodelholic-I have to admit, I was giddy when Cassidy from Remodelholic linked up. I am a BIG fan of her site and have spent way too much time roaming her posts and drooling over her finished projects. She shared a huge accomplishment last week at “AP Tuesdays”–turning a plain jane garage door into a very unique carriage type door. If you head over there to visit, you must scroll down her sidebar to the “Learn Something New” area and check out some of her projects.
Give It A Whirl-Tracy linked up last week and made me smile. She has her very own Doozy List (I personally like #6) and even named it that!:) She has a great way of putting life into perspective, here is an example post, which I think all mom’s need to read and then ease up on ourselves! (isn’t her blog design very cool?)
Beauty Divine-my sister has done it again. She wrote a beautiful post with gorgeous pics, that reminds us all to not be consumed with perfection, and instead, to just keep on pressing on in what is important. Here is a snippit…“
Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” Galatians 6:9
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