Crafty blogs you should be reading:
1. Becky Higgins – the creator or Project Life. She shares lots of Project Life inspiration and tips, as well as many Project Life examples as well as other everyday things. She recently posted about an organizing system she uses for her page protectors, and it seemed so simple but SO much more organized than what my system is. I need to get to organizing those before they get too out of control.
2. Elisa Blaha – Enjoy It. Elise also does Project Life, but her blog is much more than that. She shares many different types of crafty projects – everything from sewing to knitting to simple home decoration. I even love just the visual inspiration that comes with her photographs. Also – I am a bit obsessed with the stamps that she sells. I have a few of them, and there are many more on my wish list.
Dessert recipes that I want to make right now:
1. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Devils Food Cheesecake from Sprinkle Bakes – I would like to have this for my birthday cake…you know like nine months from now…
2. Glazed Chocolate Donut Muffins from Crunchy Creamy Sweet. I need to make these ASAP.
Beverage recipes that I want to make right now:
1. Sunrise Mimosas from Wine and Glue. These look so delicious and spring/summery. Someone host a brunch so I can make these.
2. Coconut Water Champagne Fruit Punch from Love Veggies and Yoga. This sounds so refreshing to drink when it is warmer outside!
Dinner recipes that I want to make right now:
1. Simple Potato Hash from Relishments. This looks SO easy, and I’m a big fan of breakfast for dinner, definitely need to make this soon.
2. Deliciously Simple Ricotta Gnocchi from The Wannabe Foodie. I’m a big fan of gnocchi and I never realized it was not very difficult to make!
Ways that I am keeping track of blog subscriptions now that an end is in sight for Google Reader:
1. Feedly web app. While I don’t love it yet, it is growing on me, and I think I just need to get used to the differences between it and Google Reader.
2. Feedly iOS app. I really like this app. More than the Feedly web app. I didn’t ever really use the Google Reader app because it wasn’t a great interface and always took a long time to load and update on my phone, but the Feedly app is very slick and easy to use.
(There are other options to replace Google Reader as well, check out Julie’s post over on Healthy Living Blogs for more!)
*Twosday post inspired by Heather *