Monthly Coffee : My Favorite Blogs Posts in October
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Welcome to the Monthly Coffee, a little linky party hosted by me and Miss Angie from My So-Called Chaos. This party is all about sharing those fabulous blogs that you’ve read this month.
Let’s grow our blogger community by sharing the best posts you’ve come across. You’ll find new blogs to read, and we’ll all make new friends.
So pour yourself a steamy beverage, grab the button and share your favorite reads this month. That said, here were my favorite reads lately:
The Difference Between Treats and Rewards
I love how Sage Grayson’s Life Editor blog has great tips to help me run my life more smoothly and be more productive. Before reading this post, I had not really thought about the difference between a treat and a reward, but it’s a distinct difference. And I love that they’re both important.
Making Big Things Happen in a Small Workspace
Another blog that always gives me great tips for organizing my home is IHeart Organizing, and this month, I found a great post over there about getting the most out of a small workspace. My home office is tucked into our spare bedroom, and there are some great tips in here for maximizing efficiency in my workspace.
Make Your Bullet Journal Work for You
I have to admit that I’m intrigued by the trend of bullet journaling and that I really want to give it a shot. I’ve read a lot of posts about the trend, but I found this post by Busy Being Jennifer about ways to make a bullet journal work for you to be helpful and encouraging since I’m the type of person who would try to jump in and track everything.
6 Ways to Accessorize a Gallery Wall
Earlier this year, the Mister and I started a gallery wall in our dining room, and it has basically stalled with a handful of framed photos. As the urge to nest comes with cooler fall temperatures, I have been looking for inspiration to add to it. This list of additional accessories from Tatertots & Jello is a great starting point for inspiration to add some more personal touches to our wall.
Tips for a Successful Craft Fair
I’m not sure yet if it was a good idea, but I agreed to participate in a holiday trunk show in December to sell some of my crochet pieces. Given that this is my first craft show, I’m looking hard at ways to be successful, and The Friendly Red Fox has some great ideas about ways to have a great craft fair experience.
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