Weekend Links

Links for this week:

Hitting the bottom and crawling out @ A Delightful Home

You can do something just for you @ Simple Mom

How Much is Too Much? @ Kitchen Stewardship

Homemade Plum Ice Pops @ good (cheap) eats

5 Ways to Save By Just Being You @ Money Saving Mom

I may not be the “est” but I am the “only” @ Inspired to Action

Please Don’t Let Me Disappear @ (in)courage

Avocado-Salmon Wraps: A Simple Lunch Idea @ Health, Home, Happiness

 

It’s heating up in the northern hemisphere! How do you stay cool in the summer time?

Image by Rebecca

Confessions of an imperfect homemaker

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About Rebecca

Rebecca serves as Stephanie's assistant here at Keeper of the Home. She grew up in the midwestern United States and at present lives in Colorado with her husband and two kids. She has a degree in art history, but is now quite happy to fill the role of stay-at-home-mom with a hobby on the side of photography. Her current obsessions include simplifying her life in whatever way she can and buying some land so she can raise some chickens. Her husband likes the simplifying but isn't so sure about the chickens. She writes at a humble place.

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