Happy Sunday everyone! I want to first take a moment to thank all of you for your kind and encouraging comments on my last post. You guys really are the best, and I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend! As usual, the highlight of my week was seeing all the great ideas you had to share at Thrifty Thursday, and once again it was SO hard to choose just a few to feature. In any case, these are the posts I really loved this week:
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First of all, this Homemade Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup from Creative Savings looks pretty incredible–SO much better than the canned stuff!
Next, I have always wanted to try making my own Ricotta Cheese! I’m excited to test out this recipe Katie from Life With the Crew.
This post on How to Freeze Waffles, Pancakes and French Toast for Easy Weekday Meals from Queen of the Red Double Wide has some great time saving tips!
Did you know you can make your own microwave popcorn? I can’t wait to try this DIY Microwave Popcorn A More Organized Life!
These Parmesan Potato Bites from This Silly Girl’s Life look like they would be great for St. Patrick’s Day!
And speaking of St. Patrick’s Day, I love these super cute St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Brownies from The Frugal Navy Wife! Pretty sure my girls would love them too!
Frugal Mom Eh created these St. Patrick’s Day Muddy Buddies. This would make such a fun snack!
But why stop at the food? This cute Pot O’ Gold Treasure Hunt from Live Like You are Rich looks like a super fun after school activity!
On the spring cleaning front, I loved these 8 Simple Strategies on How to Keep Your House Clean from Over Stuffed Life.
But of course sometimes it is our digital life that needs to be tidied! The Pin Junkie has a great post on 6 Easy Steps to Keep Your Pinterest Boards Organized.
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