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  1. Sunday, October 26, 2014

    Week 405 Menu

    The AYA Summit for Women and Girls put on by ONE in Washington, D.C. this week has completely taken over my brain. I’m having a hard time thinking about a weekly menu, but here goes!

    week 405 weekly menu by @janemaynard including FREE printable meal plan and shopping list!

    – Corn chips

    Chicken Soup with Rice
    – Homemade bread

    Creamy Pesto Fettuccine with Mushrooms and Tomatoes
    – Bread and salad

    – Take out (last night of soccer practices for the season – woohoo!)

    – Leftovers (something quick before trick or treating!)

    – Eat out – last night with my dad in town!

    – Dinner at friends’ home

    Click here for the free printable of this week’s menu plus the shopping list!

    Okay, folks, show us what you got! Share your menus! And have a great week!

  2. Saturday, October 25, 2014

    Friday Show and Tell on Saturday!

    Happy Saturday! I didn’t get a chance to publish this week’s Show and Tell post yesterday because I was at the AYA Summit for Women and Girls put on by ONE in Washington, D.C. It was AMAZING. I can’t even begin to process everything I saw and heard this week, which included meeting one of the girls who was kidnapped from school in Nigeria earlier this year. Needless to say, many tears were shed hearing so many inspiring stories. I will most definitely be sharing some of my week with you soon, but until then check out this news story the local D.C. CBS news did about the conference!

    review of 'washi tape christmas' by kami bigler by @janemaynard - spoiler alert, it's great!

    Today I would love to share a beyond-cute book with you that is perfect for the upcoming holiday season. My friend Kami’s new book Washi Tape Christmas came out this week. I received a copy and it is wonderful. I highly recommend it! You can buy it on Amazon, but if you buy it through Kami’s site you can get a signed copy! Even me, the most craft-averse person you will ever meet, is ready to dig out the washi tape and start creating!

    Here are a few posts I wrote for Babble this week:

    As always, please share your own stuff! And have a great weekend!