I love the save feature on facebook. I hated it when it first came out, because I knew if I used it, I would probably save and never read. But I've got over that (although I was right, I do sometimes save stuff without reading it), but using it has expanded my reading - now I can save stuff from business groups I'm in, and blogging groups, and even just what shows up in my feed. And the best bit is I can share them with you!
It's not your job to make your kids happy | Picklebums | I've been reading Kate's blog for a long time, she's one of the first Aussie bloggers I ever read outside of scrapbooking, and yet her advise is timeless, and so crucial for all parents.
How to choose fabric | Sew Delicious | Ros puts together beautiful fabric combinations, so I was excited to see her tips
Coconut Lime cookies | Boiled Eggs & Soldiers | we need to shake up our cookie repertoire as we head back to school in a couple of days, these look like a great place to start
We need to talk about death and dying | Sarah's Heart Writes | Sarah's words are always powerful, and thoughtful.
Nine tips for organiing your desk | Hightail blog | I am always drowning in clutter on my desk, so these tips are helpful (and on this week's to-do list once the kids are at school)
OLW 2015 January Pages | Emilie Ahern | Totally inspired by these pages to try a different album size this year
Backyard Chickens. What you need to know | The Multitasking Mummy | We had chickens growing up (ten was far too many, mum!), and it's on our one-day list, so I keep reading up about keeping chickens in suburbia
Favourite books of 2014 | Modern Mrs Darcy | I haven't seen many "I read" or "best of" lists this January, so I bookmarked every one I did see, how else will I find good reading material?
linking up with Calm to Conniption for the Ultimate Rabbit hole Link Up (what an awesome name!)