The Weekly Round-Up

The Weekly Round-Up
How it works
Throughout the week keep an eye out for blog posts by other bloggers that you love, and keep track of them.  You can save them in a draft post, bookmark them, write them down-whatever works for you.
On Sundays, grab our pretty button (code above) and create a blog post with a list of those blogs that you loved, inspired you, or you generally want to share with everyone and link up with our link!  You should also follow both High-Heeled Love and myself who host!
Why do we do this?
We believe sharing posts and focusing on other bloggers is important for building community and creating friendships!  It’s time to stop being so self-focused and branch out to others as well!
My Favorite Posts This Week
  • I really like Emily’s take on motherhood, and how it’s not a job (even if at times it may be difficult) and how it’s a lifestyle.  That you choose.  I don’t have kids yet, but have helped raise several young ones-even full time and this is how I hope I remember to feel when I have kids.
  • Beth went and got some headshots taken, and they are amazing. I seriously loooove them, so you should go check them out and tell her how pretty she is.
  • Megan from The Nautical Owl wrote a very well informed article about the crap they put in our foods and she even gives us great options to help you steer clear of the crap and eat the good stuff.  I agree with pretty much all of it (even though it’s hard!) and I love that she called it Diary of a Mad Fat Woman.  
  • Dianapantz wrote about 9 Netflix documentaries that will make you want to be a better person.  I have some in my queue, but need to add the rest of these! 
Giveaways you should check out this week:

Angie is a single lady who just bought her first home in a cute neighborhood in Salt Lake City, UT. She works full time, goes to school part time, and manages three (soon to be four) blogs. In her free time she enjoys hosting parties, decorating, creating art, crafting, reading, writing, good coffee, good wine and beer, and trying new things.
  • Aubrey S.

    Great links, Angie. I especially like the thoughts on motherhood.

  • Sarah-Louise Bailey

    Ohhh love this link up what a fantastic way to help support other bloggers :) must try and remember to join in next week :)xx