In the spirit of Karly's post last week. I though I would share some of my favorite blogs and websites with you. Some of these are on my bloglist, some are not.
A Yankee in a Southern Kitchen has some great, down home recipes. She has fantastic pictures, too. I have gotten many a good recipe from her.
The Pioneer Woman is just plain hilarious. Her cooking page has really super recipes. I also enjoy her ongoing story, Black Heels to Tractor Wheels. It's about how she met and married her husband. Kind of Harlequin-esque. Good reading, she adds a new chapter about once a month!
Crafty stuff is everywhere on One Pretty Thing (thanks Teresa!). I seriously love her Daily DIY roundup. I try no less than 2 projects found on her posts every week. Love it. Seriously.
Vintage Holiday Crafts has a TON of free vintage clip art and cards. I love to print these and make my own tags and cards with these images. Totally rad.
The Lil Bee has all kinds of stuff. I like her writing and pretty ideas.
In my own mind, not so much in reality, I envision hosting all kinds of fun get-togethers. The Party Perfect blog has some really sweet ideas. I wish I had the time and energy to do this kind of stuff.
I found this site through a series of clicks and searches. It's in Japanese but easy to figure out. You upload a picture and it makes it look old and vintage. Sweet. Try it, it's kind of addicting.
Simple Mom totally helps me. Free downloads and tips. I wish I could be this awesome! Plus, I love her pictures. She is currently preparing for the holidays in a stress free way. Lots of great suggestions, I totally need this.
Home Ec 101 is so super fantastic. Being a Home Ec teacher myself, I love this site. It's organized into four basic categories: Clean It, Cook It, Fix It, and Wash It. A must read for moms. And dads. Basically everybody.
Baby Cheapskate posts deals on baby and young child stuff. A must read if you want a deal. For realz people!! You know I LOVE that!
I feel particularly bonded to The Lazy Organizer. She's like me, but way better. WAY WAY better.
And just a warning. I read Cake Wrecks, religiously. Seriously. I am known to take pictures of cakes and send them in. Professionally made cakes. Our WalMarts in town has some doosies!
What are your favorite reads?