Homemaking Link-Up!

by Emily Rose Brookshire on March 16, 2011 in Homemaking Link-Up

There are so many beautiful things about homemaking . . . and right here is the perfect place for us to encourage one another in this beautiful calling! Below you can share the link to a post or article on your blog about homemaking, whether it be about cleaning, character, cooking, etc.

To share a link to your post about homemaking, you can use the Linky below . . . just share your link (make sure the link goes directly to your post), title, and image (it’s easy)!

Emily Rose Brookshire

Emily Rose is a lover of truth, people, beauty, hospitality, and laughter. She works from her home studio drawing patterns, designing websites, and being the visual editor for her illustrator sister. Among other things, you’ll find her hands mixing batter, stitching hexagons, and labeling packages for shipment. She blogs at Simply Vintagegirl and you can also find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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Alison March 16, 2011

thanks so much for hosting this linky…it’s always good to get ideas from other mums who are passionate about homemaking.


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Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley March 16, 2011

Thanks for hosting! So many encouraging ideas to be found here. πŸ™‚

Blessings, Lisa

Farmer's Wyfe (Pumpkin Pie Painter) March 17, 2011

Thank you for hosting and for the great information you always share on here. I was feeling tired today and then I read today’s post. I need to work at getting to bed just a bit earlier. Thanks for the reminder! πŸ™‚

Marci March 18, 2011

I so appreciate the link ups for ideas and encouragement from other moms. Thank you so much πŸ™‚

Patti March 20, 2011

This may sound weird, but I think I would like the Wednesday link up day better if the “requirements” for posting a link were a little narrower so that there would not be so many links to blogs. Right now, it seems a little overwhelming to see 172 link ups and it makes me not ever want to look at any of them since I know I won’t have time to read them all. Is there a way you could maybe have each week of the month be a theme or something to narrow it down? For example, the first week of the month could be about being thrifty, the second week of the month could be about parenting, etc. The themes could be whatever- Just a thought.

Sarah Mae March 21, 2011

Hi Patti, that’s a great idea! Let me think on, okay? πŸ™‚

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