Interesting Blog Links-December 2015

I started compiling links of blog posts that I wanted to save in case I wanted to reference them again. I thought I’d share them with you. Hopefully, you’ll find something interesting to read.

I wasn’t planning on sorting into categories, but I have done and they will vary by month.

Baking & Cooking Related:

Food Network’s Prop Closet

Note: My kitchen wish list just got a lot bigger!

How to Freeze Cookies

Jar Sizes

Blog Post Ideas:

Exercising Related:

Living Room Total Body Workout

Getting Inspired:

How to Find Inspiration

You may be getting more done that you think

Homemade Gift Ideas:

Library Related:

Planner Related:

A Visual History of Filofax

Choosing the right planner size

Wrong Planner Woes

Planner Anxiety vs. Planner Influence

I Don’t Want a Planner for Christmas

I don’t want to use a planner anymore

Why I don’t decorate my planner

To the ones who want to do it all

New YouTube obsession: watching people organize their day planners

The article that catapulted my planner journey

Photo Links:

Recipes to Enjoy:

Fool proof Fudge

Bacon wrapped, Cheese stuffed chicken breasts

Recipe Substitutions

Sausage Muffins

Grasshopper Fudge

Travel Related:

Food Travelers

Work Related:

15 Lessons Learned from Freelancing

Finding Time to Work on Your Side Business


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20 Responses to Interesting Blog Links-December 2015

  1. great list of links. I love sharing things I want to remember for later. The library parody is hilarious!

  2. Maya says:

    These are some awesome links, thanks for sharing.

    Blessings in the New Year!

  3. Shann Eva says:

    Looks like a lot of great reads. There’s a lot about planners! I actually need a new one for the new year, so there’s a few posts I’m definitely checking out. Thank you!

  4. CE says:

    Loved the time link!
    Going to try it!

  5. goodenufmommy says:

    These look like great links! I’ll have to check them out! Especially the fudge! I’d love some pics!

  6. Very interesting finds! I’m always looking for at home workouts and I didn’t know cookies could be frozen.

    Happy New Year,

    • caendicott says:

      I knew the dough and baked cookies could be frozen. It’s just the baking of the dough from frozen I didn’t quite know how to do. All you do it bake the cookies for 2 minutes longer than you normally would. So simple!

  7. That’s a good idea and I like how you split them into categories. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Erica says:

    Thanks for sharing my post!

  9. Becki S says:

    What a fun and varying round up! I want to read that Librarian parody!! Thanks for sharing

  10. WOW some amazing links here! I cannot wait to check them out!

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