Confession: I love reading blogs, I can easily spend an entire morning or stay up until very late surfing blogs, catching up with friends and finding new ones. I especially love blogs about vintage thrifting. Even though I almost never thrift shop, I'm way to tight to go around spending gas, hauling my kids from place to place to maybe find something or maybe not. But I think it's amazing to find these little treasures and I love watching other people do it. So the other day when I found this blog it took me all of about five seconds before I started following them in just about every way possible. They have such a cute blog! It's called House of Humble and it's got thrifting, Instagrams, DIY ideas, Pinterest inspiration, eye candy galore! The photography is good and full of interesting places that I wish I could go and maybe one day will, just not pushing a stroller with five little people and their ten little arms twenty little fingers and the hurricane of chaos we bring with us.
Blogs I Heart
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Posts to Read
I've tried to spend a little more time intreating on Twitter & Facebook lately and in doing so have come across some stellar posts this week! Here are a few I really enjoyed:
The best blog post I've read in a very long time by author and blogger Emily P. Freeman she is the author of Grace for the Good Girl which I've heard is a fantastic book and I really need to download the rest of it to my Kindle. I've really enjoyed her blog. She's doing a read-along online book discussion of her book which looks incredibly good.
An idea for a last minute Father's Day gift + a code to print a FREE 8x10 at Walgreens written by my friend Sarah H and published on the newly re-designed Paper Heart Camera blog
A funny blog post about making mistakes and being a less-than-perfect mom.
A touching blog post about how our happiness touches others and the importance of sharing & community.
I don't usually share stuff from Real Simple since their posts are so freaking hard to navigate and are so impersonal but lately I read this one about 8 reasons why (some) women love to clean and I have to say that I found it very inspiring and surprisingly deep.