good find friday: week 3


do your kids sleep???

my life and kids’ tips and tricks for tired moms

house of rose’s nightly bedtime routines: you are the death of me

this will move you. grab a tissue.

hands free mama’s taking off the ticking clock

for the home:

because i’m slightly obsessed with laundry rooms…remodelaholic’s fresh laundry nook ideas for small laundry rooms


spotify radio – i’m loving this so much.  i think it’s awesome how you can search an artist or group and then base your ‘radio station’ off of it.  my favorites to base my radio off of lately are ‘hillsong united’ (this will get you artists like jeremy riddle, daniel bashta, jesus culture, bethel, jeremy camp, etc.) and audrey assad (bringing you others like chris august, sara groves, all sons & daughters, gungor, etc.)  all great stuff.

you’ll have to hear the occassional ad for auto zone or something, but who cares?!  it’s free and completely unique to your own musical tastes…

Spotify may not have created that shift but they certainly provided a solution to easy-access mobile music streaming. They simply saw a consumer demand, just as any company in any marketplace would. I am certain that Spotify would want every single music fan on its service to pay the monthly subscription, but is it Spotify’s fault if we choose not to do that and listen to the ad-supported version instead? {source: allen, d. (2013, oct 16) why david byrne is wrong about spotify}


cider glazed chicken with browned butter pecan rice i made my own version of this recipe on monday night. we didn’t have cider, so i used white wine, chicken stock, and apple juice. this was a hit and even our girls ate it and liked it! huge, people. these days…that’s huge.

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