Make a Note Card {Craft Challenge, Day 102}

Make a note card to send to someone through the mail.

In the continuing spirit of making something for someone else, this week we’re going to spend some time working on snail mail. I have one friend who I sometimes write to in real cards and letters (hi, Jamie!) and I haven’t sent him anything in a while so I thought it would be fun to […]

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A Tour of the P. Allen Smith Garden Home

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I mentioned last week that I got a chance to visit the garden home of P. Allen Smith, who is kind of legendary in Arkansas as an expert in all things garden and home. We were visiting to learn more about the 529 plan in Arkansas, but of course part of the fun was also […]

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The Stories of the Best Places to Eat in the Ozarks

I had the pleasure of meeting Kat Robinson, who writes at Tie Dye Travels, at the Arkansas Women Bloggers conference last year. We didn’t get to talk much, but she seems like a really fun person who is really passionate about food. Especially local food. I haven’t yet read her first book, Arkansas Pie, but […]

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10 Things to Love About Arkansas

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Have I told you about my Arkansas blogger crush Kyran Pittman? She’s a transplant to Arkansas from Canada, a mom of three boys and a woman with great insight into parenting and life. She also happens to be Miss August over at Arkansas Women Bloggers, and she issued us a challenge to list a particular […]

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Live in Northwest Arkansas? You Can Help Prevent Cancer

cancer prevention study

The local American Cancer Society is taking part in a cancer prevention study and they need our help to find participants. This is a long-term commitment, starting with having some blood and a waist circumference measurement taken at one of several sites across Northwest Arkansas in September as well as filling out surveys at home […]

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