One Project at a Time: 5/27/14

May 27, 2014

Picnic’s, park visits, bike rides and beach days. Summer has unofficially begun! Thank you for all your wonderful ideas for making Memorial day… memorable. I truly mean it when I say that I am always amazed by your talent, skill and creativeness.  Each week during our link party, you never fail to deliver!  If this is your first time joining us, welcome! Today is our link party where we turn the spotlight on you, inviting you to link your blog to ours while we feature three blogs from last week. Toni and I each pick our favorite and then we congratulate one of the blogs with the most views because of last weeks party.  If you don’t have a blog, don’t worry; you can enjoy visiting all the wonderful blogs linking up. Be sure to come back and visit as new blogs are linking up all week long!




With summer schedules keeping us busy and the temperatures encouraging us to stay out of a hot kitchen, one really great option is to use your crock pot. Many times the crock pot is thought of as a winter cooking tool. It’s time to change that thinking and start using it year round! Giving off low heat, your kitchen won’t become a sauna and with Janell’s post on Saving Your Dinero, you’ll have a great stash to get you through the summer and beyond!  Just click <HERE> to get all the details.





I first heard about this trick from a friend of mine and, really, it’s just too good not to share. It happens. Something hot is set down without a hot pad and all the sudden your wood surface is tarnished with a nasty white spot. For the longest time I thought it was a hopeless cause, but as JoyFul Homemaking shared, it’s not!  Just click <HERE> to see how simple it is to save your precious wood furniture!





With the unofficial start to summer, I’m obviously not the only one with summer vacations on the brain!  Hilda, from From Overwhelmed To Organized shared a straight forward approach to organized packing including a free printable which, I’m sure, is why she was among the most visited blogs from last weeks party. You can find all her tips along with the printable <HERE>


5 Ways to not get overwhelmed with packing


And now it’s your turn! So grab a button and link up today!


One Project at a Time Link party - ABFOL


18 comments on “One Project at a Time: 5/27/14

  1. Thanks for hosting ladies!

  2. Help! Where do I find your buttons for linking?

    • Rachel says:

      The button is the One Project at a Time: Tuesday Link Party graphic. Upload it to your blog and include our parties web address.

  3. margo says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my tip on removing white spots from wood furniture!

  4. Crystelle says:

    Thanks so much for hosting this lovely morning!! 🙂
    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  5. Thanks so much for sharing my recipes! Summer is great time to use your crock pot and get ahead on meals. Enjoy more time with your family and less time in the kitchen! Thanks!

    • Rachel says:

      Thank you for sharing! I’ve heard so many people talk about packing their slow cooker away for the summer… NO!!! Great post. Keep them coming!

  6. Thanks for hosting! I’m sharing my yummy and healthy Chocolate Coconut Snack Mix.

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