Hello Friday - Links I Love

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend ahead.  Here are some fun things I came across on the web this week.
 

 
 
  1. I will probably have to invest in all three of these products.  We all know how important it is to use sunscreen daily, which it think (hope) most of us do first thing with our daily face application.  But the proper use of sunscreen requires reapplication during the day. Who does that once their makeup is on?  These products help solve that problem.
  2. Even if you don't have kids, if you've ever been around them, you can sympathize and join in the laughter found on this Instagram account: average parent problems.
  3. I am excited to look now for cheap, cute little dishes (99 cent store maybe?) and get some rope and beads and make these darling hanging planters.  Hanging planters are a perfect way to add more greenery to your home while keeping it baby-safe.  These look so easy!
  4. Just a little interesting fact explaining the purpose of the extra lace hole in your gym shoes. Huh, who knew?

Links

  1. Growing Tulips in a Vase - spring flowers for those of us without a flower bed.
  2. Need help deciding how to decorate? Take the Ultimate Find-Your-Style quiz.
  3. Insight on how to deal with toddler tantrums and disciple without adding to the drama.
  4. 6 Easy Top Knots - because who doesn't need quick, easy up-do ideas?
  5. Are you a tea drinker? This little steeper man was just too cute not to share.
  6. Nailed it - there's a vast difference between 'old' millennials and 'new' millennials.
  7. In pursuit of reducing waste and repurposing - 101 Things to do with Mason Jars.
  8. Baked Apple Donuts - yes, please.
  9. Some cute ideas for the surplus of Easter eggs you have left over.
     

Linked Up

  1. New parents, need a laugh?  I have a 15 month old, and while not all are relevant yet, we've started down this road: 33 Ridiculous Things You Had No Idea You Have To Teach Your Kids
  2. You can't believe everything (most things, quite honestly) that you see online.  This guy (Zack King) is amazingly creative in 15 second increments.
  3. Who knew that Mr. Spock had photography interests? The Full Body Project, buy the late Leonard Nimoy examines our current standards of beauty.
  4. Last year I had 4 month old, so we didn't do Easter eggs. But these have me excited to try some new things this year.