Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Carnival # 156 ~ "Forgotten" Edition

Welcome to the July 26, 2010
"Forgotten" Edition
of the homesteading carnival

Lizzie presents Summer Fun Ideas (Or What to do with a Bored Kid!) | A Dusty Frame posted at A Dusty Frame, saying, "Just some fun summer ideas I put together to keep my son busy.

Karen Eisenbraun presents Sometimes, You Should Stop Exercising. Really. posted at Healthy Theory.

Fred Lee presents Dangers of Household Spoons posted at Parenting Squad.

BWL presents Coriander – A Green Leaf Full of Life posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "Amazing health benefits from something we all have in our pantry!"

June Tree presents Free Ways To Watch Television Online, Catch Movies on the Internet posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "It's great to cut costs on family entertainment at home."

Pamela Jorrick presents Summer Days posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.

Tom Gilmour presents Commercial Services | Northeast Exterminating posted at Northeast Exterminating, saying, "Commercial pest control encompasses many more things than spraying for insects and rodent control."

Paul Atkinson presents 100 Best Twitter Feeds for Homeowner DIY Ideas posted at Masters In Public Administration, saying, "Some DIY because they’re control freaks, others do it because they’re on a budget. Whatever your reason, fixing or building something yourself has a rewarding feeling that doesn’t come with writing a check."

Fred Lee presents Are We Rich Or Poor? posted at Parenting Squad.

Brenda D. Chapman presents 8 Most Expensive State Construction Projects posted at Construction Management Schools.

BWL presents Checklist To Get Your Affairs In Order posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "After a scary plane ride, I decided that I needed to have all my affairs in order, just in case I got called home a little earlier than expected..."

Tom Gilmour presents Termite Inspection, Pest Control Specialist Philadelphia ¦ Trenton Insect Control Service posted at Northeast Exterminating, saying, "Termites are pretty slow to infest and damage a house, but once you are aware of their presence, severe damage may have already occurred.If you think you do have termites, it’s extremely hard to get rid of them on your own."

That concludes this "Forgotten" edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the homesteading carnival using our carnival submission form.



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