Weekend Things

>> Friday, November 7, 2014

Weekend things already? Yeah. Things were quiet here this week. I’ve been under the weather, but am feeling a bit better today. And I’ll be back next week with a look into our freezer, some tips for $10 grocery shopping weeks, and more homesteading stuff.

I was flipping through some photos, and I don’t think I ever shared this delicious sandwich we made a couple months ago. It’s just roasted beets sliced with fresh mozzarella cheese atop swiss chard pesto on some toasted bread.

#1: As a photographer I love this Creating Fake Memories concept.

#2: Check out Frugality Gal’s 7 Old-Fashioned Skills That Save You Money. I’m already doing #1 (bread baking), but I could expand on the rest.

#3: This DIY Bath Towel Rack looks super simple and gorgeous to boot.

#4: The gift-giving season is upon us. I love this list of 25 Life-Improving Gifts for Less Than $10, as well as this list of 100 Non-Toy Gifts for kids.

#5: I’ve picked up an old lady craft to help distract myself during the TWW -- weaving! Here’s a quick how-to. I actually got this Martha Stewart Loom Kit, and I love it.

#6: Make this Frankincense and Cinnamon Winter Balm -- it’s a lot like the Natural Vapor Balm I made a few weeks ago, just with different essential oils.

#7: Some deals:

Lately on Writing Chapter Three



Psssst: Check out previous editions of Weekend Things!

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