A Rare Saturday Appearance

I have 50 blogs in my “Bestest” folder on Google Reader.  Now not all of those post every day, but I probably read at least that many posts daily once you add in my occasional reads. 

I know, I’m a blog addict.

But I enjoy reading about your lives and love the knowledge that you share with me.  You guys help me to be a better person.

This week was a particularly good week for blog reading, so I thought I would share just a few of my favorite posts.  You know, just in case you were busy watching cat videos and totally missed them.

On Problogger:  A New Linking Strategy: Out is the New In  I have to say that I’m pretty bad about this except when I’m linking up to a hop or referencing a recipe during Meal Plan Monday.  I found it quite coincidental that I read this today because I was already planning on doing a link post.  WEIRD.

On Mommy Snark:  Mom – 100, Kids – 0  Jenny blogs about all things parenting and I LOVE her mothering philosophies and this is one that I will have to remember in a few years when Allison starts rolling her eyes at every thing I say.

On Musings of a Housewife:  Food Safety VS Nourishment  I started following Jo-Lynne’s blog not too long ago because she has a good amount of information on living gluten-free, but I’ve found all kinds of hidden jewels on her site.  I really liked the simplicity of this post on real food.

Now that I have these written out, I’m thinking there HAD to be more than three I wanted to share. 

I guess that’s what happens when you don’t take dutiful notes.

Have a great weekend and Happy Championship Weekend to all my fellow football fans!

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2 Responses to A Rare Saturday Appearance

  1. Shirley says:

    I loved the Musings of a Housewife post! I have struggled with finding a happy medium between eating the SAD and feeling guilty that I couldn’t do real food 100% of the time. I’m learning that my personal best is better for my family than not trying at all. How did you carrots turn out?

    • Jen says:

      I started by just eliminating boxed foods like cheesy potatoes and noodle/sauce packets. Eventually I started slowly replacing foods with better alternatives. Brown for white rice, real potatoes for boxed mash, stuff like that. It’s only been the last year that I’ve been crazy scratch cooking lady. It can be really intimidating when you try to do everything at once.

      And the carrots are pretty good. They taste like dill pickles but next time I think I’ll add some peppers or garlic because they could use more kick. And it’s not like Allison will eat them anyways. Mer.