October 1, 2021
It’s the Little Things #144
I don’t know about you, but I am fully team fall and am embracing all the fall goodness out there. I came across some fun finds this week including a fall recipe roundup from Half Baked Harvest, some kid closet organizing tips courtesy of Camille Styles and a delicious hint of pumpkin simple syrup from Our Savory Life. Don’t forget to check out my post about cutting back on paper towels – it is a good one!
The cooler temps in the evening have helped ignite my all-things fall cooking. Leave it to Half Baked Harvest to have the best roundup of fall recipes out there.
‘Tis the season for beginning the seasonal swap of summer clothing for the fall and winter clothing. Now would be a great time to take stock of your kid’s closets and glean some closet organizing tips from Camille Styles.
Embrace the pumpkin flavor with this subtly sweet pumpkin honey simple syrup recipe from Our Savory Life. It is perfect for that afternoon cup of coffee!
If you are anything like the majority of consumers, paper towels are a popular household commodity. Cut back your paper towel consumption with one of these easy swaps I shared this week on my blog.
What have you come across this week that has inspired you?
A couple Clean Mama Items:
Did you see all the new products for fall? Go here to see what’s new!
The 2022 Homekeeping Planner is officially in stock! The Classic and Citrus covers are going to be the first to sell out – grab yours now if you’re interested.
Order your 2022 Homekeeping Planner
Here’s a peek at the interior – you can see more images here. I’m most excited about the added space for to-dos. Here’s a glimpse of the weekly page layout….
Did you see the Fall Quarterly? It’s one of my favorite things on the site – a quiet approach to homekeeping and an invitation to slow down. I share my Pumpkin Pie Spice recipe, my Fall Cleaning Checklist and an invitation for a simpler fall. Check it out here.
Mmm, I made that tortellini soup from Half-Baked Harvest for Thanksgiving or Christmas last year, and it was one of the best soups I have every tasted. Alas, most of my family prefers chicken noodle soup from a can. 🙁