Weekend links

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.

Photo by Ellen Munro

The Great American Backyard Campout is tonight, June 27! What a fun way to encourage family time in the outdoors, right out your back door. I hope you join in the fun.

“Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability.” – Sam Keen

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  1. Love the Laundry Post. That is my weekend project for today! I am soooo excited! (Doing the Happy Dance…still in my jammies)!!

  2. Yep, the laundry post was fabulous! Read it earlier and the part about having a specific time each day for each step of the laundry routine made so much sense! Working on that one.

    Brianna @ Heart(h) Management´s last blog post…The Baby Plan

  3. Thanks, Tsh, for the link – looking forward to checking out all the others!


    steadymom´s last blog post…Gardening with Kids – Update

  4. I too, love the laundry post. We totally need a system. The rest of the house seems easy to manage, and that’s the one thing that continuously gets away from us. We totally need a system. Time to get on it. I like the times of day for each task. Nice!

    Heather @ alis grave nil´s last blog post…Two Books, Two Reviews

  5. Thank you for the link to the “Let’s Explore Blog”; I am going to pass it on to my local homeschool network.

  6. I just found your blog from Small Notebook. I love it! I will be adding you to my favorites list right now. I have to share this with my friends. :)

    lilyhaven´s last blog post…A Giveaway! Hooray!

  7. Thanks for the links! I’m a very organized person but doing the laundry is one of my weaknesses. We have an almost 2-year old toddler who requires my full attention during the day so doing the laundry is just not one of my priorities (for now). This task requires a working strategy, motivation and discipline. After reading the post and the comments, I definitely got good ideas and a boost of motivation! Thanks again!

    Rowena´s last blog post…12 Things I Should Have Known Before I Became a Mom

  8. Thanks for the link to the Summer List. At the end of the summer, I always wonder where the time has gone. And I NEVER do all that I had hoped to. I am going to be more intentional this summer and create a master list with my family.

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