I’ll have more on my Florida travels for you next week (aerial yoga was amazing and I cannot wait to share the pictures with you), but today is Saturday, so that means Saturday Shares!!! It is time for me to share my internet finds with you! I hope you like them, enjoy them, are moved and motivated by them.
Remember that virtual Bacon 5K Race I shared last Saturday? Well part of the “bacon challenge” is to eat bacon after or during your run, jog, or walk. Everyone is posting different bacon recipes on the Facebook page for the race, and this maple bacon cupcake recipe is my choice!
Spaghetti Squash Noodles with Thai Peanut Sauce from Family Fresh Cooking is my new “pin” of the week that has me intrigued. The recipe looks delish, and I’m always looking for a healthier or cleaner version to my favorite Thai meals.
Out of the Box Food blog offers fresh alternatives to processed kid food, and they have another winning recipe with this corn dog recipe.
The Frugal Village has posted a ton of great at home kid recipes for moon sand, flubber, sidewalk paint, window paint, play dough, tub soap paint, finger paint and more! These recipes make for a cheap and fun way to have fun and create with your children on winter days when you are stuck indoors.
Team Cancer Crushers of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training of South Florida is hosting another virtual 5K, Cinco De Miles 5/5/13 Run/Walk. Right now they have a discount code available for a limited time. Use code 15EARLY to get 15% off!! The medal above looks pretty amazing too!
Since I was traveling and leaving the hubby at home and in charge of everything, I put together a “home management” binder for him in case of an emergency. Here are the sites with free printouts that I used to put together my own binder. Just click on the picture to go to the blogs they came from.
IHeart Organizing no longer has her pintables for free. Instead I used her examples from her etsy shop to create my own pintables, since I didn’t need everything she had and wanted to add some categories of my own to spreadsheets.