Weekend Round Up- Stuff that Inspired me This Week

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A big part of my downtime during and at the end of each week is reading other blog posts and engaging with other bloggers. Thanks to the SITS Saturday Sharefest, I found some rrrreeaaallllyyy good posts! Here are my top picks:

13 Tips To Help You Beat The Winter Blues http://wp.me/p32xJn-olZ via Life Inspired

13 Tips To Help You Beat The Winter Blues

My Thoughts: You know what I do to keep SAD under control in the winter?
I don’t wear sunglasses and try to get as much sun in my eyeballs as possible. Craziest thing…. but it works for me.


Reflections had a great blog post about 4 Simple Ways to Start Blogging Creatively.

My Thoughts: These are super good tips and all Spot.ON! I think people’s About Page is one of the most overlooked parts of a blog (and one of the places I always check!).


View From the Fridge has a wonderful tutorial on a DIY Industrial LOVE Plaque.

Industrial LOVE Plaque from View From The Fridge

My Thoughts: I have this American Picker-like fascination with elements of junk. “Pieces and Parts” as I call them fill my basement like some demented  squirrel has been hoarding nuts. Now I know what to do with my treasures!

Homemade PooPourri recipe from Fabulous Farm Girl!

My Thoughts: I am not ashamed to admit my family uses PooPourri by the vat so it would be great to make some homemade stuff and have some $$. I love the stuff.  Plus the commercials make me scream with laughter.

Something else that inspired me this week was the fact I FINALLY got my act together and finished my ebook! Woot! Woot! Read the full scoop on this 9 month process (I feel like I just had a baby) HERE>

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1 thought on “Weekend Round Up- Stuff that Inspired me This Week

  1. Thank you so much for the shout out. You’re interested in and support of my writing means a lot. Thanks again for the recognition.
    Janice Wald Reflections

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