Weekend Links

Colorful buildings lining the Old Town Square in downtown Prague, Czech Republic.

Links I loved this week:

Intention in the Morning @ Clover Lane. I often forget this, too. Such a necessary reminder for all of us mamas.

Teaching girls to respect their bodies (and each other) @ a Delightful Home

Patience on the Journey of Motherhood Holds Great Rewards! @ (in)courage. For every mom that is struggling right now with the season that you’re in, read this and press on towards the rewards of mothering, the ones that we can’t see or feel yet, but await us nonetheless.

You are mighty, because you mother {A Mother’s Day video} @ Lisa-Jo Baker. Watch this!

How to Choose a CSA {Green in 365} @ Live Renewed. CSAs are such a great alternative for those who don’t want to or aren’t able to garden, but still want to support local farmers and enjoy the freshest, seasonal produce.

planting time @ SouleMama. Oh, how I miss my garden this year. I crave being in the dirt, to run my fingers through cakey black soil, to poke holes to be filled with seeds. To wait with bated breath each morning as I check on them, to see if new life has sprouted up like a miracle that catches me by surprise every spring.

4 Steps to Take When You’re Not Ready for Change @ A Holy Experience

Last chance to grab your eBook bundle! Sale ends tonight!

Edit: This sale has ended now– hopefully we’ll do it again next year! :)

I’ve told you plenty about The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle all week, so I won’t get into the details too much right now. The main things you need to know are this:

  • 97 eBooks and eResources, all geared towards inspiring and equipping homemakers in their various roles.
  • $640 value PLUS $140 in bonus offers, all for just $29.97!
  • Sale ends tonight, Saturday May 4th, at 11:59 pm EST.
  • This is a one-time only sale, and there will be no late sales offered. Once it’s finished, you won’t see this particular bundle back again.

Catch all of the details, including each and every phenomenal eBook included, as well as the breakdown of bonus offers, in this post.

If you already know you want the bundle and just needed the reminder, you can get yours now.


This week…

The buildings in the Old Town Square don’t mean that much to our kids… they prefer to chase brilliant bubbles from this entrepreneurial young man.

What I’m reading: Nothing. I’ve got a big list of books I can’t wait to read, but at the moment, life has been a little hectic. Now that our massive eBook bundle sale is almost over, I’m eager to take a bit of time off and spend it relaxing and reading!

What I’m doing: Staying up way too late in our Prague apartment, finishing up with blog work, doing trip planning, and packing up to head to Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic tomorrow morning, and then on to the Greece mainland this coming week.

What I’ve been making: Yogurt and kefir. Except not really “making” them, but mostly just pouring them into a bowl or cup and thoroughly enjoying. Since arriving in Europe just over two weeks ago, I’ve been delighted at the high quality yogurts and kefir available in almost any store I shop at.

What I’m enjoying: Today I took my 5 and 3 year olds out for our last day in Prague (while my husband stayed home with our sick 8 year old and 1 year old). My favorite part of the day was the last half hour before we went home, when we ducked into a little cafe near our rental apartment, called The Gingerbread Museum. The kids each chose a delicately decorated gingerbread cookie from the myriad options. Even better than the ones you can eat, though, are the incredible pieces of art and decor they’ve made out of gingerbread and colored icing– a map of historical Prague on the wall (my fave), chandeliers, flowers and scrolls along the wall, a pillar colored in a winding rainbow of colorful hearts. So captivating!

What have you been enjoying with your children lately?

About Stephanie Langford

Stephanie Langford has a passion for sharing ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes, and carefully steward all that they've been given. She has written three books geared to helping families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed, without going broke and with simple meal planning. She is the creator of Keeper of the Home.

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  1. Nikolia says:

    Greece! Enjoy! You will love it, especially during its Easter season!

  2. I loved Prague! As soon as your post showed up in my Reader, just the top of the photo, I thought, That’s Prague! I’m glad you included it in part of your trip and hope you enjoyed it. I thought to take a day trip to Cesky Krumlov as well but instead chose Terezin, a Concentration “City” during WWII, that was set up as a model for visitors from IRC and others to visit, but still a camp nonetheless. not sure if you’re including things like that on your sites with your kids but it was SO worth the visit. Always wished I’d fitted in Cesky Krumlov as well though!
    Oh, one other recommendation in downtown Prague, very near to the Square your photos are in – the Mucha Museum. He does all those ART NOUVEAU posters – I didn’t think I would like it because most of it’s not my style but some of it was brilliant! It’s a small museum, only a few minutes unless you are a big fan. Enjoy your travels, so fun!

  3. I keep seeing this ebook bundle but the idea of 97 books overwhelms me… I know that’s crazy, because if they were real, paper books I’d do it in a heartbeat, and stack them on my nightstand with the OTHER 97 books I have going at any given time… I think you’re talking me into it tho… so many of those I’d LOVE to peruse!