Tuesday, December 13, 2016

This Week's Featured Blog Posts from Blogging Business Artisans Members

This past week, Blogging Business Artisans members blogged about a love of stationery, art journaling, kitchen renovation, earning dollars while spending them, a coastal getaway, creating a holiday garland, banishing to-do lists, and holiday shopping. You’ll feel like you’re leafing through the pages of a favorite magazine as you visit each of these posts.

Duni of Peridot by Duni’s love of stationery is apparent in her post, Stationery & more!, where she takes you on a browsing journey through some lovely new items in her shop.

In More Morning Pages – An Angelic Soul, Sarah L. of A Cat-Like Curiosity shares how much she loves the freedom, experimentation and play of art journaling. Her passion will inspire yours.

Paige of The Room Kit talks about how you overcome a project hiccup in Kitchen Renovation: Roadblocks + A New Plan. Creative problem-solving to the rescue!

Want to make money by spending money? Visit Rose of randomcreative’s post, How I Earned $181.73 Cash Back Using Ebates, to figure out how you can earn a quarterly bonus.

While Sharla of Beaded Tail enjoys a coastal getaway, her cats settle for some pampering by Grandpa from Kansas. Visit Finally Friday to enjoy Sharla’s vacation views.

Natasha of MermaidsWhispers shows you how easy and fun it is to decorate for the holidays in How to Make a Super Easy Ornament Garland.

Cynthia of Antiquity Travelers talks about the value of unplugging from to-do lists, in Perspective, to find life balance.

Pam of Magdalene Jewels has lots of gift ideas for those who haven’t finished their holiday shopping in “CHRISTMAS Shopping” Gift Guide. This week’s post features Weeks 4 and 5 of Pam’s gift guide series.

If you enjoyed these posts, be sure to return to Blogging Business Artisans next week for another round of posts!

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1 comment:

Natashalh said...

Thank you for the link up! It can be difficult to keep up with everything over the holidays and this was a good minder of a few posts I need to visit.