One of my summer joys is to open the fridge and see Paul Newman’s face smiling at me from a carton of cold lemonade.
I’ve written three times in a row about my favorite foods and drinks. That must be a record! Next week we’ll have a photo tour of cheeses I have loved, starting with New Zealand Cheddar (just kidding).
I’ve got quite the collection of links I’ve been meaning to share. Sometimes it amazes me how much I get to read and enjoy from other bloggers, every day for free. Here are a few good reads from a talented bunch of writers:
The Nester gives her advice on How to Yard Sale, whether you’re a buyer or a seller (and she knows).
Beauty is in the simple details: Real Life Accessories from The Inspired Room.
“How frustrating is it to see your kid fork over 5 hard-earned dollars for a junky little toy?” Stocking the Family General Store, from Like Merchant Ships.
Traveling this summer? Packing for a Trip with the Kids, from Make and Takes.
Green Cleaning Tips from Making This Home. Step 1: Ditch products that say “Poison,” “Warning,” or “Danger.”
Last week my friend and I were trying to decide what to do about sunscreen this summer since we planned a lot of outdoor play activities. It’s that dilemma of not wanting to put chemicals on our kids, but not wanting to send them out there with nothing. Just when it occurred to me to ask Stephanie what she thought, it turns out she already wrote about it: My Thoughts on Sunscreen, Part 2. Practical advice from Keeper of the Home.
Simple Mom has a week-long series on cloth diapering providing all the answers for the types, brands, and methods for anyone who’s been confused about so many different options and how-to’s.
Life as Mom has a frugal way to make chicken dinners go twice as far. So smart.
Life From the Roof gives thoughtful inspiration to help us clean out our stuff and Let It Go. That’s one of my goals this weekend, and this post makes it easier.