Here are some gems I discovered found in my feed reader today:
- Mariana at Riding with No Hands posted a couple of videos about motherhood
- Jen at Paint.Cut.Paste. posted a cute hand print flower painted tote bag
- Kara from Rocking Granola talked about moments to photograph on Mother’s Day
- Angie at Treasures for Tots posted a gardening project that was cleverly disguised as fun with her daughter
- Ali at Gimme Some Oven posted roasted red pepper and feta hummus. I can’t wait to try it.
- Sarah Rae posted how to make your own lunch box ice packs at The Kitchn
- Tsh, the original Simple Mom, talked about how to eat real food on a real budget
- Jules at Stone Soup posted 10 tips for optimum vegetable storage
- Lydia from The Perfect Pantry posted 10 must-have spices at Simple Bites
- Gayla at You Grow Girl! posted a wonderful garden project with hens and chicks
- Heather at Dollar Store Crafts posted home organization ideas
- Diane at In My Own Style posted her painted ceiling fan project
- Dianna at myself and Di posted a gorgeous refinished entertainment center
- Emily at Almost Frugal posted about tricks the grocery store plays on you in an attempt to make you spend more money
- Publix Penny Pincher posted how to make your grocery store cashier love you
- Vanessa from V and Co posted a tutorial for making a little girl’s hair bow at Somewhat Simple and a tutorial for a no-sew fabric corsage at V and Co
- Cami at Creating by Cami posted instructions for a chore chart for 3-year-olds
- I love the pretty pleated travel pouch tutorial at Sew4Home
- Lolly at Lolly Chops posted a gorgeous felt flower wreath that she made using her die cut machine
- I think I’ve included this before, but I adore the embroidered hand prints project at Plum Pudding
- Lisa at Workout Mommy posted an interview with Nina, the brains behind MomAgenda
- Roni at Roni’s Weigh wrote about healthy habits
- My friend, Lolli from Better in Bulk, posted a beautiful tribute to Stephanie Nielsen. You must watch the video.
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