Weekend Wandering

Weekend Wandering at LWSL

Our first Weekend Wandering of the new year, and I don’t know about the rest of you but I am still having a little trouble getting out of my pajamas after such a relaxing holiday break.  I’m determined to get back into a good routine…..starting tomorrow, of course!  In the meantime I am going to fully enjoy one last day of laziness and live vicariously through all of YOUR great ideas! :-)  Here are just a few of the posts I loved this week:

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I can’t wait to try this Mostaccioli Bake from The First Year Blog. I know my noodle-loving family would devour it!  Doesn’t it look delicious?

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And speaking of delicious, these Cream Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms from This Silly Girl’s Life look absolutely amazing too.  Mmmmm….mushrooms….

Stuffed Mushrooms | This Silly Girl's Life

I just love shortbread and these Shortbread Cookies from Simple Joys look like a breeze to make!

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I just love the idea of Resuable Paper Towels! These ones by The Seasoned Homemaker look so easy to make, and are absolutely adorable!

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I’m loving these Personalized Champaigne Glasses from The Real Thing with the Coake Family. She made these ones for New Year’s Eve, but they would be great for a birthday, wedding or anniversary celebration too!

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The Wonderful Jar from Sew Like My Mom reminds us of all the wonderful things that happened throughout the year. My girls would so enjoy doing this!

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A Life in the Balance shows you how easy it is to Freeze Broccoli and Other Veggies. What a great way to preserve your garden harvest!

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Have you seen this 52 Week Money Saving Challenge from Creative Couponing? I love this idea and you could use it to save up for practically anything!

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If you still need to set goals for 2014, you should definitely read 3 Reasons You Should Be Setting Goals This Year from Creative Savings. It even comes with a FREE Goal Setting Workseheet!

3 Reasons You Should Be Setting Goals | Creative Savings

Finally, having a natural home birth for my second daughter was one of the best experience of my life, and sometimes I wish for another baby just for a chance to do it again.  Someday I’ll have to share my own home birth story on this blog, but in the meantime I love how the Frugal Farm Wife explains how it can be a more frugal option!

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What did you love this week?

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  • Lauren January 5,

    I hear you on the PJs. My son has on the same pajamas for two sleeps! Just that kinda day(s) I guess, hah! Hope you’re having a great start to 2014!

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  • K C @ The Real Thing with the Coake Family January 5,

    Great weekend wandering. There are a couple I need to go pin. Thanks for including my personalized champagne glasses in the wandering!
    Enjoy your last day of PJ’s!
    KC

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  • Leslie R. January 6,

    Awesome collection! Thanks for featuring my UnPaper Towels.

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  • Elise January 6,

    Thanks for featuring me! I feel exactly the same way about my second home birth!

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  • Deanna January 8,

    Love that you had a home birth. Would love to read your story. :-) If we have a third baby it’s something we are considering (highly likely we’ll do). Baby number 2 we barely made it to the hospital (born in ER triage) and I wish I would have stayed home and saved myself the disagreements with the ER doctor.

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