Weekend Links {10.1.11}

I can’t believe it’s October already! My baby is going to be two in less than 2 weeks…where does the time go? We’re in Oklahoma for a family wedding this weekend, but here are some of what I’ve enjoyed reading this week:

How to Start a Cookbook Club — Tea & Cookies (I want to do this!)

The “Mother of All” Fall Cleaning Checklist — Lil Blue Boo

Homemade Cough & Cold Remedies — Red & Honey

Getting a Spouse on Board with Natural Living — Simple Organic

Costco Price List — The Greenbacks Gal (love this resource!)

Real Food Tips: 12 Ways to Keep it Cheap — 100 Days of Real Food

Pray for Your Children — Impress Your Kids (a great reminder)

Enjoy your weekend!

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