Good Reads and a Reader Feedback Poll

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Photo by Michel Filion

Happy Thanksgiving weekend, everyone!

We’re traveling this week, so today I’ll simply invite you to browse the new Links Page for some of my favorite blogs and websites.

Your Feedback Counts

This past month I’ve posted links to Good Reads for your weekend reading enjoyment.  I like to highlight other writers and share with you some of the inspiring articles I’ve found.

Since our theme here is simplifying, though, I think it’s important not to post too often or overwhelm someone’s reading list.

Tell me what you think.  (Your answer will be completely anonymous.)

If you ever want to make suggestions or give me ideas for new posts, you can send them to me directly.

Good luck to those of you who are braving the mall this weekend. On Monday we begin a brand new series!

About Rachel

I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home. Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter.


  1. Hi there, I just recently discovered you and I have been so enjoying your blog – I just wanted to stop by and say that I totally love your Links age – Brilliant. I can’t wait to explore the ones I haven’t met yet.

    se7en´s last blog post..Fabulous Finger Paint in Se7en Steps…

  2. I wouldn’t consider you a quitter for not sewing those coasters together – that has always been my least favorite part of any project. I used to crochet, and liked it ok, but once I learned to knit, I never looked back. It’s a great thing to be able to do when you have kids, because knitting is very portable, easy to be dropped when the kids need you, and gives you a finished project the kids can actually wear! The videos on the net are a great way to learn, and I would recommend hitting your library for some books. Check to see if you have a local knitting shop – they will often offer classes, or even just show you how to get started with your project if you buy your supplies there.

    Mother Necessity´s last blog post..All Sewn Up!

  3. I voted “keep them” — and not just because my blog is on your list!
    For which, by the way, I humbly thank you. I’m so very glad that you take time to stop by and comment.

    Sometimes, I do feel overloaded with blog links. But Google reader helps me feel less overwhelmed.

  4. I just found your blog and I can’t even tell you how fabulous I think it is!

    You are going to teach me to live frugally ;) Can’t wait to snoop around some more!!

    Sarah@Life in the Parsonage´s last blog post..Oh I Dare…