I have to take a few days to turn my attention to some personal priorities. So you are getting a double issue of the weekend Sites to See. Take a minute to look if you missed Part 1. Thank you for taking the time to continue to read Laurel Plum Online. Your support means so much to me. See you again at the first of the week!
Look and Enjoy!
How to Be Outstanding from Think Simple Now
If You’re Not Using It, Get Rid of It: Ten Ways to Declutter and Put Cash in Your Pocket from The Simple Dollar
A portable and contained action file in A Solution for Lost Papers and Late Bills from Small Notebook
This special weekly feature may keep you from ever asking “What’s for Dinner” again! – Menu Plan Monday from Organizing Junkie
7 tips to top sleep, 3 tips for staying awake from the University Blog
100 Ideas for Your Green Family from Tree Hugging Family
The Living Room Candidate features Presidential Campaign Commercials from 1952 to 2008
I found several waiting in my reader from Blissfully Domestic:
- Perfect Polish: How To Create The Pulled Together Look
- How To Pretend Your House is Always Clean When Your In-laws Drop By For a Surprise Visit
- Laugh if you want, but with us doing so much landscaping and having so many food scraps from home gardens, I really have been itching to try this! Besides, wouldn’t it give the little man a wonderful time! – Worm Composting, If I can do it, so can you!
Fantastic Folder Books from Go Make Something
For Kids and Educational Resources:
100 Awesome, Free Web Tools for Elementary Teachers from SmartTeaching.org
LibriVox.org – an amazing collection of free downloadable audiobooks
Free Pocket Constitution and Declaration of Independence from The Heritage Foundation
Keep in Mind:
I came across each of these websites and stories either from Stumble Upon, RSS subscriptions, search engines or from others on Plurk! I am passing them on to you as I found them – in good faith. I can not guarantee the validity or accuracy in any manner. I enjoyed reading them and I hope you will, too.
Let me know if you did enjoy them in the comments. If there is an article or website you would like for me to consider sharing next week, send me an e-mail using laurelplum [at] laurelplumonline [dot] com (the spelling out is to avoid spam) or send me a Plurk!