7 benefits of imperfection

7 benefits of imperfection

This is a guest post from Rachel Meeks of Small Notebook. I have a lot of ideal goals at the beginning of each day. There’s so much inspiration everywhere I look, and my list of projects, ideas, and new things to try is a mile long. Some days I can only spend time on one (read more…)

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Display artwork in your home : the how, the where, and the what

Toblerone at Simple Mom has graciously asked me, Heidi from Mt. Hope Chronicles, to fill a guest spot on her site this week. I feel honored to contribute to this wonderful resource. All photos by Heidi I love to inspire others to find joy in the simple things in life as well as share my (read more…)

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Going broke by earning more money

The following is a guest post from Jason, a.k.a “Frugal Dad.” Jason writes about frugal living, personal finances, and a few other topics at his blog, FrugalDad. Photo by The Library of Congress One of the more challenging aspects of handling money is figuring out what to do when we get more of it. If (read more…)

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Link love :: the Good Times, Noodle Salad edition

Photo by Seth It’s vacation time around here! My family and I are taking this next week off of work, and we’ll be doing both a short holiday to the beach and a staycation right here at home. We are very much looking forward to much-needed rest, relaxation, fun, and reconnecting as a family. I’m (read more…)

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18 everyday hacks for cooking from scratch

Photo by Kerri As I wrote earlier, cooking from scratch has so many benefits. It’s healthier and cheaper than prepackaged food-in-a-box, and cooking provides a shared skill you can enjoy with your family. Once it becomes a lifestyle choice, your menu planning will become much simpler and pleasant. But many people, especially those who didn’t (read more…)

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