Weekly Round-Up 8.16.15
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Happy Sunday, everyone!
I’m sorry that there was not party last week; I was out of host, and Miss Angie is moving + changing blogging platforms, but we’ll party this week.
Welcome to the Weekly Round-Up 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 through the week and promote our blogger community. I hope it will help you use this party to find new blogs to read and build some new blogger friendships.
So, here are the rules:
1. Grab the button.
2. Write a little list of your favorite reads this week and why.
3. Link up below and go find some fabulous new ladies to be friends with.
That said, here were my favorite reads lately:
I want to give this DIY Coffee Scrub, shared by Chair in the Shade, a shot. It would make a great pick-me-up gift for my friends that love the smell of java first thing in the morning.
Dana from Wonder Forest is absolutely right; we do need to cognizant of our privacy settings and how much information we share online. Check out her tips on updating your privacy in Facebook and Instagram.
I couldn’t agree more with Emilie’s perspective on overly-sensational headlines and graphics in the news world. There’s a big jump from what this graphic says and the author’s assumption that the user “will literally die.” Read more at Emilie Lima Burke.
I am loving this reader home office space, which is featured at IHeart Organizing. It looks like such a calm space to blog and take care of other home management needs.
I am happy to announce the Mister and I have FINALLY signed up for the Dave Ramsey course the we’ve been talking about taking for a year. Knowing that one of the first steps is to start an frugal living tips from The Organic Prepper are a great starting point.
Want to play along? Link your Weekly Round-Up post here: