Weekly link round-up :: the sensible artiste edition

by Tsh Oxenreider

Tsh is the founder of this blog and just finished 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.

I’m interrupting the How to be Disorganized and Unproductive series for my regular weekend round-up. Here’s what I’ve enjoyed from my RSS reader this week:

Photo from Angry Chicken


Photo from Picky Palate


Photo by Jake Hall


Photo from National Geographic


Have a great weekend, and I’ll see you on Monday with key number four!

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  1. Thanks for all the great reading this morning! I particularly liked the “pull of the credit card” and your post on blissfully domestic. I KEEP simplifing my sidebar- still have more to do but I totally agree with keeping it simple.

  2. @FitMom – Glad you liked it. And your sidebars look good – nice, clean site!

  3. Holy cow! That cardboard kitchen is crazy…I don’t think I’d ever have the patience to figure that out myself.

    Kristen a.k.a. The Frugal Girl’s last blog post…Food Waste Photo-8.9

  4. Thanks for this blog! I work outside the home, but my job is flexible (college professor) so I often find it difficult to focus and get things done. Your posts and links are so fabulous.

    OK, now I have a question for the creative crowd (hope this is ok)–since I am lacking in this department. My extremely creative and artsy daughter is turning 5 next month. We have every basic art supply I can think of–crayons, paper, markers, watercolor, stamps, yadda yadda yadda. What can we give her that fits the bill of being creative and fun for her? I have looked at those new Pixos things, but I think she would get bored with those. Besides we prefer more authentic SIMPLE things! Any suggestions would be so greatly appreciated.

  5. Enjoyed reading your blog over coffee this morning. It is better than the newspaper.

    EAT!’s last blog post…Mac and Cheese Bites

  6. Thanks for the mention! It’s an honor. Seriously, I am so impressed with your blog and want to take the rest of the summer off to catch up on reading it. But as a stay-at-home mama, we don’t get days off, do we? :)

    Aimee’s last blog post…Baby Talk

  7. I will recommend not to hold back until you get enough cash to buy goods! You can just take the loan or just consolidation loans and feel yourself comfortable

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