Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Link Love: June 22, 2011

I am loving the warm summer month of June! And what I am loving more is the fact that today I will be sharing with you some awesome links I have found on the Web lately.



Hope that you find at least a couple of stories that will bring delight to you!


My entryway and a Huggable Hangers giveaway by I'm an Organizing Junkie
A lady had an entryway closet that looked exactly like ours. Therefore, her organizing project inspired mine. In fact, I copied it down to the last detail!

Five Simple Steps to Tone Your Thighs by Tip Junkie
An easy step-by-step guide to get rid of that thigh jiggle. Bookmark this if you want to look like a million bucks in your summer shorts.

10 Tips to Save Money on Groceries Without Coupons by Simple Midwest Mom
Too busy to get into couponing? There are still many other ways to cut back on your grocery expenses.

How to Lose Friends by In The Name of Love
A well-written blog post by Bianca Juarez about cultivating friendships -- something I am still trying to figure out up to this day.

Happy Mother's Day by Jill Thomas Photography
A gorgeous maternity photo shoot of actress Autumn Reeser. I loved her in the television show No Ordinary Family.

How Should We Respond to Osama bin Laden's Death? by JoshHarris.com
It was difficult for me to process my feelings and reaction to bin Laden's death. Josh Harris wrote a very thoughtful and helpful perspective.

Simple Tips to Grill the Perfect Burger by Lifehacker
I have never grilled a burger but this article makes it so easy. You will see me flip some patties soon!

Eight Easy Ways to Get Traffic to Your Blog by Style Me Pretty
Helpful tips by Abby Larson. Beginners will learn a lot of this post.

Erasing Hell by Francis Chan
The most beautiful response to a theological debate that has produced the good, the bad, and the ugly.

How You Can Come With Us to the Philippines by Chatting at the Sky
I am doing everything I can to get more people to sponsor a Filipino child through Compassion International. Please take the time to read this.

Dating Delilah by Judah Smith
A youth pastor wrote purity from his own perspective. The ebook is free to download.

What to Do with Old Cards and Letters by Simple Mom
I managed to keep all cards and letters since I was in elementary school! Yes, believe it. Now I know what to do with them.

One Habit that Radically Changes a Family by A Holy Experience
Six ways to develop the habit of daily family Bible reading.

Why Is It So Hard to Connect Spiritual Value to Our Work? by The High Calling
Our spiritual life should stand out in the workplace. The way we do our work must be driven by our deep love for Jesus. One of the many great posts in an excellent blog about being Christ-like in the marketplace.

iPad Resources by Andy Naselli
I haven't seen a good iPad 'must-haves' list in a long time. Andy Naselli wrote a very good one.

A Balanced View on Singleness by Boundless
Are you single and Christian? A deeper look on pursuing marriage honorably.

Catalyst Adoption Story
I love how Catalyst uses its influence to encourage believers to adopt. This story by Andy and Tanya Ehlers is making me seriously consider foster care in the next couple of years.

Japan: three months after the quake by Boston.com
Haunting photographs of Japan three months after the 9.0 earthquake and tsunami rocked the country.

2 comments :

Laura said...

Ahhh that's awesome, so glad you were able to get your closet working for ya and that I was able to help. Yay!!

Samantha said...

I am so grateful! I had no clue what to do with it until I saw what you did :-)