Link love :: the I’m Craving a Leisurely Walk on a Crisp Fall Morning edition

avatar
by Tsh

Tsh is the founder of this blog and is currently traveling around the world with her husband and 3 kids. Her latest book is Notes From a Blue Bike, and believes a passport is one of the world's greatest textbooks.


Photo by Polar Bear

I feel rather like a chicken with my head cut off, so much have we had going on this week.  I’ve been reminded how much we Americans rely on busy schedules to feel productive.  I’m enjoying so much of my home culture, but busyness is not one of those things.

This means I haven’t had a ton of time to read other blogs this week.  But I did score a few gems:

Food & Drink

Green & Frugal Living

This week, I want you, dear readers, to share a link under the “Green & Frugal Living” topic.  Feel free to share any link in the comments section that falls under this category! (And yes, it can be your own.)

Making Your Home a Haven

Kids & Parenting

Money Management

Organizing

Productivity

Taking Care of Yourself

And speaking of giveaways, the winner of the customized holiday photo cards and custom postage stamps is Kristen, who said her favorite holiday is… “Christmas! It always has been and will be….it’s just so cozy!” Congrats, Kristen – look for an email from me in your inbox.

Have a great weekend – and don’t forget to enter to win the printer!

Join the Conversation

Like This? Subscribe for free and have it delivered to your inbox.

Comments

  1. My posts tagged “green”
    And my posts tagged “frugal”
    After I’ve had breakfast, I’ll send some more other interesting links.

    Oh and thanks for the link to the pumpkin pie… I can’t wait to try it! :D

  2. Hmm. I can tell you that I just discovered Happy-sacks (www.Happy-sacks.com) which are great reusable sacks to tote sandwiches and snacks in. They come in cute designs too.

    Angie (from over at http://www.HalfAssedKitchen.com)

    Half Assed Kitchen’s last blog post…Skillet Spaghetti

  3. My entire blog is about being green frugal parenting! Stop by anytime :)

    meagan’s last blog post…sage reads: november 6

  4. I recently wrote a post about the ways my Grandma learned to save money during the Great Depression

    Green Living Tips from the Great Depression

    Josie’s last blog post…Green Living Tips from the Great Depression

  5. I’ve begun making all my home cleaning products. It’s *green* since they are all natural & frugal since the ingredients are basic & very inexpensive!
    http://sammyw.wordpress.com/2008/08/14/homemade/

    Samantha’s last blog post…Pan fried potato bites

  6. My blog is about frugal living with toddlers:

    http://thriftycraftmama.blogspot.com/

    MaryAnne’s last blog post…Simple Bird Feeder

  7. Thank you for the link to Little Birdie Secrets – what a great discovery! I’m going to re-organize my ribbons asap.

  8. Shameless self promotion here – I’ve been blogging about eating healthy on a budget. We eat mostly organic and stick to a tough food budget. I share some tips in some of the older posts. Current posts are sketchy at best – I’m working 12-16 hour days right now finishing a big project.

    Mary’s last blog post…Lean and green … green as in cash!

  9. @Josie – I just read your Grandmother’s tips — there is some great stuff in there especially with respect to water conservation. I hope your post makes it all over the Internet and back again!

    Mary’s last blog post…Lean and green … green as in cash!

  10. I just recently posted about creative & frugal ways to fix up your kitchen before the holidays! No need for a complete remodel…I shared tips & photo inspiration that are budget friendly!
    http://theinspiredroom.net/2008/11/05/inspiration-for-a-creative-unique-kitchen/

    Thanks for all the links, I always enjoy reading your picks of the week! Now, to join you on that leisurely walk!

    melissa @ the inspired room’s last blog post…Holiday Link Love: Let The Merriment Begin!

  11. Thanks for the fantastic opportunity! My blog, Deal Seeking Mom, is mainly devoted to saving money and stretching your budget, which is an important aspect of frugality. I look at frugality as a relative term. Everyone is free to choose which areas they are willing to cut back in either so they can build their savings or so they can spend more in areas that are important to them personally.

    Tara @ Deal Seeking Mom’s last blog post…Freebies Roundup: Huggies Potty Training DVD, Goody’s Ouchless Elastics, Mineral Makeup

  12. Okay, I could have sworn I left this comment earlier . . . sorry if it’s a duplicate!

    Anyway, my dear friend Meghan is doing DIY/frugal ideas for her NaBloMoPo theme. Here are two I’ve enjoyed so far: cut your own hair (turned out REALLY CUTE!) -http://pozing.blogspot.com/2008/11/b-is-for-badhairday.html and quiet night at home – http://pozing.blogspot.com/2008/11/d-is-for-decompress.html

    Megan@SortaCrunchy’s last blog post…Everyday Gratitude

  13. That picture is beautiful!!!!!

  14. me, my blog is green:-)Love the photo.

    Sunny’s last blog post…Another sunflower in my garden

  15. Hi….I’m so excited that I won the Christmas card giveaway! I’ll keep an eye on my inbox for more details….thanks so much!!!

  16. avatar
    Jolene Andrews says:

    x1lt9xujbar6i225

  17. avatar
    kristin braun says:

    We have a little shoe in my family filled with buttons. It was my Meemaw’s and was passed down to me. It’s a delicate thing made of milk glass and it used to sit on her vanity. I played with it every time I went to her house. Now it sits on my vanity and it will one day sit on my daughters. She’s already started collecting her own buttons.

  18. hmmm..quite agree with you anyways thanks for this awesome link list

Speak Your Mind

*