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What’d You Do This Weekend? #42

As I explained here, our week has been….different.  I am happy to be back in the blogoshpere and sharing your awesome ideas!  We had a pretty big amount of links again this week, and they did not disappoint!  We are starting to see more fall posts, which I am totally excited about!  I know I can’t be the only one who has their fall scented candles out already… :-)

Let’s check out the favorites of the week!  As always, I love to see what everyone’s been doing, and Stumbled, pinned, and shared many of your posts.  Be sure to check out Tumbleweed Contessa for her favorites of the week.  Here are mine:

MOST VIEWED THIS WEEK: Cowboy Goulash by New South Charm

Cowboy Goulash by New South Charm

Cowboy Goulash by New South Charm

FEATURES:

Check out how easy it is to make your own Mosaic Garden Pot by Simple Nature Decor!

Mosaic Garden Pot DIY by Simple Nature Decor

Mosaic Garden Pot DIY by Simple Nature Decor

This DIY Canvas Wall Art Project by A Mom’s Take is such a cute way to show off those pics!

DIY Canvas Wall Art by A Mom's Take

DIY Canvas Wall Art by A Mom’s Take

And speaking of fall…check out this super easy DIY project: Pumpkin Scented Loofah Soaps by Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo!

DIY Pumpkin Scented Loofah Soap by Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo

DIY Pumpkin Scented Loofah Soap by Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo

August’s ad spot winner for both Pioneer Momma and Tumbleweed Contessa is To Work With My Hands!  Everyone be sure to stop by and show some bloggy love.  :-)

To Work With My Hands

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Weekly Worksheet: 2014 Week 35 (printable)

Weekly Worksheet: 2014 Week 35 (printable) by PioneerMomma.comThis week a lot happened.  Albeit, nothing happened on my blog.  If you’ve kept up with the news recently, there has been so much fighting and violence and unjust actions, just about everywhere.  It kind of got to me.  I couldn’t bring myself to write cheery, happy posts, when so much bad was happening.  Not just here, either, but in the world.  So, I went into hiding.  I spent time with my family.  I took a break from the outside world and tried to see what kind of difference we could make ourselves.

We didn’t make any sort of dent in the big picture, but any little thing counts.  Probably the biggest would be that I cut my hair this week, and will be sending it in to locks of love.  Every part of me wishes that I could help every cause out there.  But that is virtually impossible.  The time off was helpful, and we regained new focus.  It hurts to see so much suffering from so many places and not be able to just fix it with a snap of the fingers.  But we can do little things, and if you get enough people doing little things, it starts to add up.

So we are back to the grind, and with more motivation than ever.  I have many ideas that will be going into full force in the near future.  A well known quote keeps coming to mind this week:

Be the change you wish to see in this world – Ghandi

I encourage each and every one of you to keep this in mind as you go through your week.  We can all make a difference.

This week’s worksheet is a simple one.  I placed the peace signs, since they are symbolic to what I’d love to see happen.  Here’s how our week will look…

What’s For Dinner?

Sunday – Chicken sandwiches and steamed broccoli

Monday – Meatloaf and macaroni and cheese

Tuesday – Salmon (or pollock) with rice and steamed veggies

Wednesday – Chicken salads

Thursday – Beef stir fry with steamed rice

FridaySmoky Potato Corn Chowder

Saturday - Boys’ night

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This Week’s Goals:

Home – Deep cleaning (floor boards, ceiling corners, etc.)

Personal – Send in hair to Locks Of Love

Blog – Get back on track with at least three posts this week.

Tackle – No tackle this week, just focus on family time and getting back on task.

***

Focus Word:

Serenity

I chose this word because I think in the midst of so much hate, serenity is a clear and beneficial focus.

Ready to plan your week?  Click here or the picture above to print out your free weekly worksheet.  Have a wonderful week, friends!

 

What’d You Do This Weekend? #41

Oh, boy, it’s been quite a week!  Early in the week we were able to get to the garden to get some more work done.  Almost done clearing the grass out (seriously guys, grows as soon as you pull it!) and was able to harvest quite a bit.  Did you see the tomatoes??  Mid week we met up with my new friend Kelly for an awesome lunch near the beach.  It is so great to meet and make new friends through blogging!

The end of the week was a bit rough around the edges, we ended up staying home mostly, for various reasons.  Mainly, Hubby’s knee was still bothering him (no, we are STILL waiting to pick up the surgical process….).  So you might have noticed that I didn’t post a Friday Book Club or Weekly Worksheet.  Sorry about that, but they will be up next week.  As much as we all love blogging, sometimes ya just gotta take a step back to take care of family first, right?  Oh, and I also learned that 3/4 of a giant coconut oil container of change can be really quite valuable!

I was able to bring back a contributor post I had done, and if you grow your own food, it’s a must read: What Is Worm Compost (and why do I need it?) and you can also check how I curb writer’s block.

What is Worm Compost (and why do I need it?) by PioneerMomma.com

On to the favorites of the week!  As always, I love to see what everyone’s been doing, and Stumbled, pinned, and shared many of your posts.  Be sure to check out Tumbleweed Contessa for her favorites of the week.  Here are mine:

MOST VIEWED OF THE WEEK: Homemade Peppermint Patties by Born To Bake Forever

Homemade Peppermint Patties | Born to Bake Forever

Homemade Peppermint Patties by Born To Bake Forever

FEATURES

I almost drooled when I saw the deliciousness that is this Praline Sauce by Yesterfood!

Praline Sauce by Yesterfood

Praline Sauce by Yesterfood

Being fascinated by sweet tea lately, I’d love to try this Sweet Tea Chicken recipe from Living Chic on the Cheap!

Sweet Tea Chicken by Living Chic on the Cheap

Sweet Tea Chicken by Living Chic on the Cheap

This Fresh Pasta recipe by Ten at the Table doesn’t even need a pasta maker! 

Fresh Pasta {No Machine Required} | Ten at the Table

Fresh Pasta {No Machine Required} | Ten at the Table

 

August’s ad spot winner for both Pioneer Momma and Tumbleweed Contessa is To Work With My Hands!  Everyone be sure to stop by and show some bloggy love. :-)

 

 

 

To Work With My Hands

 

 

 

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Now, let’s get on with this week’s linkup!  To old, new, and future bloggy friends, welcome to the party!  I can’t wait to see what y’all bring to the table.  Link up as much as you want, and those ideas will be shared on BOTH blogs.  Be sure to say hello!  So share, mingle, create, and have fun!  Feel free to grab a button at the bottom of the post.

 

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5 Ways To Curb Writer’s Block (contributor post for Eyes on the Source)

Hey, everyone!  It’s Ashley again, from Pioneer Momma.  This post actually started out as something else.  And before that, another something else.  What can I say?  It happens to the best of us.  There’s a new monster in town, aside from that one called procrastination: Writer’s Block.

Writer’s block is when you sit down to write, and nothing comes out.  Or maybe something does, you’re just not “feeling it”.  It’s a real pain in the keister.  You’re all nodding in agreement at this point, right?  I wanted to share a few ways that I kick that monster to the curb.

**Want to read the rest of the post?  Head on over to Eyes On The Source, where you can check out the ways I curb writer’s block!**

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What Is Worm Compost? (and why do I need it?)

What Is Worm Compost? (and why do I need it?) by PioneerMomma.com for Eyes on the Source**This post was originally shared by me at Eyes On The Source, a couple months ago.  Thought it’d be a good time to bring it back here in case anyone missed it :-)**

Hey, everyone!  As you may know, we are working on our first garden this year.  Which, so far, has really been going swimmingly.  One of my favorite and most looked forward to parts of visiting our community garden plot is the thought of who might be there and what we can learn from them.  Our fellow gardeners have been so extremely helpful!

Our gardening neighbors are some of the friendliest and most knowledgeable people.  I credit much of our success to the tips we’ve received from each gardener.  All three of us were lucky enough to be there (sweatin’ our butts off!) for the latest lesson:  worm poop!

Worm compost (or vermicompost) is one of the best gifts you could give your growing fruits and veggies.  I’ll tell you why.

You know when you go to the store and try to find the best soil you can get and it ends up being super pricey?  Me too.  I am guilty of purchasing a few bags myself.  Little did I know that you can make your own for almost nothing!  AND it’s helping the planet!  Worm compost is a great way to create your own soil, whether you use it alone or in combination with other types.  The resulting compost is nutrient rich in nitrogen and phosphates, which both help to promote overall plant and root growth.  Plus, you know the composted soil you are adding to your garden is organic, so there is no worry on pesticides or added chemicals.

The number one thing you need to start a worm compost (aside from the bin) would be some worms.  Our gardening friend David said that you want the Red Worms, or Red Wigglers, and they are different from the regular earthworms.  These can digest more of the organic waste you will be putting into your compost bin, which means more compost soil to use for your garden.  We asked him where would be the easiest place to get them, and can you believe you can pick them up at a regular bait shop?  Come to think of it, when I went fishing in high school, it was the Red Wigglers that I used most often as bait.  You don’t need too many, just about a handful to start, as they can multiply quickly.

What Is Worm Compost? (and why do I need it?) by PioneerMomma.com for Eyes on the Source

You see that band around the worm there?  According to our spontaneous lesson, that band indicates that the worm is ready to reproduce.  Which is a great thing for your bin!  If you have a healthy compost bin, your worms should be reproducing regularly, and breaking down the organic waste on a pretty constant schedule.

What Is Worm Compost? (and why do I need it?) by PioneerMomma.com for Eyes on the Source

Blurry pic, but even Bubba got into inspecting the worms!

Ready to start your own?  All you need is a large tub, like the Rubbermaid type one in the picture ( I didn’t actually check, it could very well be an actual Rubbermaid container :-) ).  Poke some breathing holes along the sides, towards the top portion of the bin.  Make sure they are big enough to let air circulate through, but small enough to where your worms won’t get out.  They likely won’t want to anyway, once you start filling your bin.

Place a very damp newspaper in the bottom of the bin with some broken egg shells and some organic waste, like plant clippings, or excess fruits or veggies.  Make sure you don’t put too much, or your bin will start to rot and smell pretty icky.  After a few days to a week, check on your bin.  You should see some brand new composted soil, and you can add more organic waste to feed your new little friends.  Use your best judgement to determine how often to feed the little guys.  Check every couple of days, and if they are breaking things down enough, drop a few more things in.

What Is Worm Compost? (and why do I need it?) by PioneerMomma.com for Eyes on the Source

If, when you open the lid to the compost bin, they immediately try to escape out the top, double check that you haven’t added anything toxic to the mix.  Or maybe there is too much food, or even some items (like grapes and zucchini) just need to be cut up or opened first.

The great thing about the worm compost is that it is pretty continuous.  You can keep a steady flow going, and mix it into your regular soil, or even try using just the compost!  Be sure to keep the bin in a shady and cool location, as they don’t like to work very hard in the heat.  I don’t blame them!

I am incredibly grateful for our little gardening lessons, and can’t wait to start our own!  I have some clippings going, but we haven’t picked up the worms just yet.

What Is Worm Compost? (and why do I need it?) by PioneerMomma.com for Eyes on the Source

Some juicy shared strawberries after our worm lesson!

What do you use in your garden?  Do you use worms to compost?

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This week’s Book Club Friday Question: How would you describe the bond between Henry and Sheldon?

If you’d like your answer included in Friday’s post, send it here!

 

What’d You Do This Weekend? #40

Hey, friends!  It’s that time again: time to share all the fun things you’ve been up to this week!

Bubba is still on summer break, and he is enjoying himself, so far.  He especially likes that we redid his room and he has more space.  Tell you what, getting rid of unused items is a big relief.  On everyone!  He has been busy reading Calvin and Hobbes, building robots with his Legos, and writing in his science journal.  The journal entries he was excited to show me today were all about prehistoric underwater creatures.  It was pretty awesome!

We stopped by the garden this evening to clear out some of the grass and take out the cucumber plants.  They have pretty much had enough, and we’d like to get set up for our fall and winter planting.  Oh, wait until you see our harvest on Instagram tomorrow morning!  I’m going to be super busy canning and roasting and preserving (and of course, taste testing!).

This week I shared my Kitchen Inventory Printable for your home management binder, our first Friday Book Club post for August, and this week’s Weekly Worksheet.

Home Management Binder: Kitchen Inventory (free printable) by PioneerMomma.com   2014 Weekly Worksheet: Week 33 (free printable) by PioneerMomma.com

On to the favorites of the week!  As always, I love to see what everyone’s been doing, and Stumbled, pinned, and shared many of your posts.  Be sure to check out Tumbleweed Contessa for her favorites of the week.  Here are mine:

MOST VIEWED THIS WEEK:  Rocky Road Brownies by Something Sweet Winnie’s Blog

Rocky Road Brownies by Something Sweet Winnie's Blog

Rocky Road Brownies by Something Sweet Winnie’s Blog

FEATURES

Umm….this Fluffernutter Mug Cake by Our Table For Seven would be gone in seconds!!

Fluffernutter Mug Cake by Our Table for Seven

Fluffernutter Mug Cake by Our Table for Seven

In honor of Hubby picking up some more of the housecleaning this week, this Homemade Toilet Cleaner by Men Clean is perfect!

Homemade Toilet Cleaner by Men Clean

DIY Toilet Cleaner by Men Clean

 I absolutely love this idea for Blessing Bags by Thrifty NW Mom!

How to Pack a Blessing Bag by Thrifty NW Mom

How to Pack a Blessing Bag by Thrifty NW Mom

Thanks for sharing, everyone!

August’s ad spot winner for both Pioneer Momma and Tumbleweed Contessa is To Work With My Hands!  Everyone be sure to stop by and show some bloggy love :-)

 

To Work With My Hands

 

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Weekly Worksheet: 2014 Week 33 (printable)

Weekly Worksheet: 2014 week 33 (free printable) by PioneerMomma.comI think I have a new favorite food.  No, it’s not homemade, and it’s not from scratch, but those maple breakfast sausages are so stinkin’ good!  We had them for our “breakfast for dinner” night and oh my gosh, I could eat them every day.  Ok maybe not every day, but you know :-)

And the BBQ chicken, gosh.  I think I may be a bit hungry right now….is there a rule for blogging like “don’t shop on an empty stomach”?  I think there probably should be!

I haven’t finished the blanket yet, only because I have had to pick up some extra shifts at work, and I had to rework my time.  The shifts will help with our budget, and Hubby’s nephew doesn’t need the blanket quite yet, anyway, so it isn’t too big of a deal.  I am still working on it, and would like to give it to him before he goes to the fall semester.  Probably a lot sooner, but depending on my extra shifts, I’ll see when I can fit in crochet time.

How did your week go?  Did you accomplish everything?  Any favorite meals?

This is how our week will look…

What’s For Dinner?

SundayChili (did you see our tomatoes on Instagram??  Garden fresh, and growing fast!)

Monday – Hot dogs and macaroni and cheese

Tuesday –  Oven roasted chicken and veggies

Wednesday –  Salad Bar

Thursday –  Tacos

Friday –  Shepard’s Pie

Saturday –  Boys’ Night

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This Week’s Goals:

Home –  Fix vacuum cleaner.  I’m pretty sure my hair is the reason it isn’t working as well right now….Ew.

Personal –  Journal at least three times this week.

Blog –  Might be a tad redundant, but I’m still working on those projects….they will be ready to share at the beginning of September.  I’m so excited!

Tackle –  Family yoga.  This is a tackle because I have to catch everyone at the time they are willing to participate.  I think it will be good for all of us, though, and they seem pretty willing :-)

***

Focus Word:

Declutter

I chose this word because although I have been great at this, especially in the last year, I have a few areas that could use some help.  Namely, my computer desk!  There is no need to have toys, pens, books, notebooks, a fountain, and a fan on here!  Gonna focus on clearing out those spaces.

Ready to start your week?  Click here or on the picture above to get your free printable weekly worksheet!  Good luck, friends!

 

 

Friday Book Club: August #1

It’s time for our first Friday Book Club post!  If you are just joining us, August’s book of the month is Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, by Jamie Ford.  It is a fantastic book so far, written from the perspective of a Chinese man in his 50′s, whose wife had passed away from cancer, and has a son in college who doesn’t seem to be too much “in line” with the man’s perspective and traditions.

We are all probably at different parts of reading so far, so I decided that we will split the books each month according to chapters.  Each Friday we will discuss the designated chapters, and get everyone’s insight.  That way it will be easier for those just joining, to catch up, or for us to generally be on the same page (ha!  Pun accidentally placed, but now totally intended!).

First off, I love the fact that the book changes between years.  It is very well written, in that the reader sticks with the story easily, and feels like they are there with Henry (the man mentioned above).  I felt for him, having to care for his sick wife for those 7 years, and feel sad that he feels there is a void.  In the beginning of the story, Henry refers to his son, Marty, as being ungrateful.  This set the tone for me to believe that he is.  After all, he knows what he is talking about, right?  However, this leads into our question of the week:

Why do you think Henry believes Marty to be ungrateful?  How do you think their relationship compares or contrasts with Henry and his parents’ relationship?

I actually think that Marty isn’t appearing to be ungrateful.  In the beginning of the story, you see that he is going to college, and supposedly only comes around once in a while, and just to ask for money.  Henry doesn’t like that Marty is going against tradition and wanted his mother cremated, for the sake of saving money.  While I was apt to believe Henry at first, to me, it seems as though Marty is just concerned with following through on what his parents worked so hard to give him.  They helped him get to college, and he is making sure that he does the best he can, as evidenced by the honors report card.  Even in something as simple as the last glass of green tea.  Henry automatically assumed that Marty was pouring it for himself, when in fact, he was getting it for Henry.  I think that because of Henry’s loss, and his probable confusion in feelings at this time, he isn’t seeing Marty as he is, and is letting his judgement and assumptions get in the way of a more likely reality.

For the second question, regarding the relationships between Marty/Henry and Henry/Henry’s parents, I think that Henry is similar to his parents, although maybe not quite as harsh.  He already has a guard up, most likely somewhat put there in response to his parent’s “forcing” him to go to a school he hated and got made fun of in.  By saying he stopped talking to them when he was 12, because they insisted he speak English, he didn’t really get that family communication that a lot of kids need (in my opinion).  In a way, Henry’s parents were doing what they thought was best for him at the time, and Henry is looking down on his son, because Marty is going against Henry’s traditions and “rules”.  So to me, the relationships, while not as harsh as each other, are quite similar.

Here’s what some of you thought:

I think that Henry and Marty are one and the same in their relationships. – Cheryl, NY

Marty should have done what his father wanted and gone with his burial wishes.  He should have participated more with the family during a hard time. – Jenn, TX

So, what do you think?  I’d love to hear your answers!  And be on the lookout for next week’s question on Tuesday.  The chapters for next week will be 4, 5, and 6.  Generally speaking :-)

Home Management Binder: Kitchen Inventory (free printable)

How is your Home Management Binder coming along?  I am currently switching mine out into another binder, a bigger one, that I found yesterday while cleaning out a closet.  Can never have too much space for all that info!  Have you printed out the free Important Household and Medical Info sheets yet?  How is the Monthly Budget Worksheet working for you?

Another big part of my Home Management Binder is our Kitchen Inventory.  You may have seen me mention it before, as I really do believe it should be one of the top priorities in meal planning.  Not only is it an efficient way to get a quick glance at every ingredient you have in the house, but it is super easy!  The chart is self explanatory, and you just check things off as you use them.

Home Management Binder: Kitchen Inventory (free printable) by PioneerMomma.com

This makes meal planning a breeze!

This kitchen inventory sheet has saved me many times, for instance, when I am at work and have down time.  I can sit down and plan out our week’s meals knowing that everything we need will be there, and knowing exactly what I should pick up at the store on the way home.

Adding the expiration date was also beneficial.  By doing so, you can make sure that no item goes to waste, and everything gets used.  Sort of like the rotation system at the grocery store.  If you have enough of whatever food item it is, you can do that as well, but with this sheet, it’s not totally necessary.

What is the “location” column?  If you’re like us, we don’t have too much space at the moment, so I stick things where I can.  Which means I have a baker’s rack (really a big glass shelf given to us by a friend), our pantry (not a complete pantry, more like deep shelves), our fridge with freezer, and our chest freezer.  By writing down where the item is, I don’t have to worry about not being able to find it when I need it.  Huge help, since my “safe places” tend to be lost forever!

Click here or on the picture above, and you can snag your free printable Kitchen Inventory sheet.  Enjoy!

Do you use an inventory system in your kitchen?  What is your best organizing tip?

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AUGUST BOOK CLUB QUESTION OF THE WEEK:

Ready for our first question??  Are you enjoying the book this month?  I sure am!

Why do you think Henry believes Marty to be ungrateful?  How do you think their relationship compares or contrasts with Henry and his parents’ relationship?

Remember, if you’d like your response (and a link to your blog, if you have one) included in Friday’s Book Club post, email me here and I will add it!  :-)

 

 

What’d You Do This Weekend? #39

Did you see the clouds tonight??  They were beautiful!!  Well at least where I was this evening, hopefully yours were just as pretty! (shameless plug for my Instagram page to see the wondrous cloud pic)  The humidity is clearing up a bit and we haven’t had any more rain, but the breeze has been lovely!

This week I picked up an extra shift at work and realized that I’d forgotten how easy I had it on night shift!  Always nice to brush up on my nursing skills.  I also started listening to Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, our book club book of the month for August.  I am LOVING it!  Be sure to look for this week’s question in Tuesday’s post.  It’s so hard to put it down and pace myself!

You got a peek into our garden this week with Garden Update #3, and I shared this week’s Weekly Worksheet.

                        Garden Update #3 on PioneerMomma.com   Weekly Worksheet: 2014 Week 32 (printable) by PioneerMomma.com

On to the favorites of the week!  As always, I love to see what everyone’s been doing, and Stumbled, pinned, and shared many of your posts.  Be sure to check out Tumbleweed Contessa for her favorites of the week.  Here are mine:

MOST VIEWED: Rich Chocolate Pudding Pie by The Seasoned Mom

Rich Chocolate Pudding Pie by The Seasoned Mom

Rich Chocolate Pudding Pie by The Seasoned Mom

FEATURES:

This one touches home a bit, since Hubby’s surgery ordeal and it’s just generally good to encourage each other :-)

20 Ways to Encourage Your Spouse by Satisfaction Through Christ

20 Ways to Encourage Your Spouse by Satisfaction Through Christ

Vintage. Shopping. YES.

The ABCs of Vintage Shopping by 702 Park Project

The ABCs of Vintage Shopping by 702 Park Project

This beautiful arrangement is made from washcloths!!

How to Store Your Washcloths by Nancy's Daily Dish

How to Store Your Washcloths by Nancy’s Daily Dish

August’s ad spot winner for both Pioneer Momma and Tumbleweed Contessa is To Work With My Hands!  Everyone be sure to stop by and show some bloggy love :-)

To Work With My Hands

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Now, let’s get on with this week’s linkup!  To old, new, and future bloggy friends, welcome to the party!  I can’t wait to see what y’all bring to the table.  Link up as much as you want, and those ideas will be shared on BOTH blogs.  Be sure to say hello!  So share, mingle, create, and have fun!  Feel free to grab a button at the bottom of the post.

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