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Twitter and Blogging

It’s Saturday and that means another post on blogging. If you’re new to this series, it’s all about sharing what we know and learning from each other. Even an experienced blogger can’t know it all, there’s just too much out there and it’s always changing. I’ve covered Facebook Facebook can be a Blogger’s Best Friend-Setting […]

Facebook can be a blogger’s Best Friend

We talked about Pinterest and hopefully you are organizing your boards and Pinning your posts. Now it’s time to talk about Facebook! FB is my #1 referral to my blog. I know there’s controversy out there about people not seeing posts and all the changes Facebook put us through with the introduction of Timeline.  Ignore all that. […]

The best of Chocolate, Chocolate and more 2013

It’s the end of another year. I’m not a big one for resolutions. I know I’ve got the same ones everyone else has, Eat healthier, exercise more, save a little more money… And I know that I’ll break them all at some point in time. But I do keep trying. That’s the real point of […]

And More-Updating old photos

Since my move to WordPress, I’ve had to do a lot of updating on posts. Behind the scenes tech stuff. Boring! But while updating older posts, I’ve also had to look at the photos. I won’t say I’m a fabulous photographer but my skills have definitely improved since I started out taking photos on my […]

Pinterest-How I Pin

Pinterest is an amazing resource to drive traffic to your blog. Pinterest and Facebook are consistently fighting for the #1 spot for referrals to my blog. The beauty of Pinterest is you don’t have to be an amazing, professional photographer to have a photo “accepted” which lets all of us have an opportunity to have our recipes […]

And more-Food Blog Forum

 photo credit: Jennifer Holt of Walt Disney World  When I first started blogging it was all about a baking project my daughters and I started 2 summers ago. It’s changed into so much more. In addition to sharing what I love, blogging has also opened up an entire new world of friends. Some are fellow […]

Candy Corn Butterfingers

Homemade Candy Corn Butterfingers, just 3 ingredients and it really does taste just like a Butterfinger Candy Bar! I found this recipe back when I first started blogging. There’s nothing better than homemade candy. However, when you get a candy thermometer involved, there’s lots of room for error. So even though I found an amazing […]

Thursday’s Treasures

What a day today has been. Hubby decided to “improve our internet and consequently I was without internet all day! It’s working now. Thought I was going to go nuts. How did we ever get along before the Internet and facebook? So straight to the features from last week Mudslide Cupcakes from Baker Becky Candy Corn Pop […]

Strawberries and Cream Pie

One of my goals this year is to share with you some of my favorite friends in the food blogging world. I’m thrilled to have Melissa of Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen posting today. A true southern cook, you need to make sure you check out her Sausage, Egg and Hash Brown Biscuit Bake, perfect for […]

Thursday’s Treasures

I’m loving Fall. If it would just cool down a bit more I could start dragging out all my sweaters! I want to get straight to the party but because I love you and I love sharing, I want to share a few things with you first.  Have you heard about Online Blocon? It’s a blogging […]

Mississippi Mudslide Cake and a #giveaway!

Mississippi Mudslide Cake-from the Grandbaby Cakes Cookbook, 3 layers of rich cake sandwich a Kahlua infused chocolate whipped cream, crushed cookies and chocolate ganache, this is a chocolate lovers dream cake! I get so excited when one of my friends publishes a cookbook. I know these people, I know their recipes, I know they are good! […]

Twitter Etiquette

We’re continuing our journey into the world of Twitter. I’m so thankful to Carla of Chocolate Moosey for sharing all her knowledge of Twitter, I feel so lost trying to figure it all out on my own. I think that is probably the best thing about the blogging community. The willingness of everyone to help each other. I can’t […]

Thursday’s Treasures

It’s Thursday, time to party! The kids have got me running all over the place today so we’re going to get right to the party! Debi from Recipes for my Boys and I love seeing what you link up each week. I few links that caught my eye last week were Small Fried Apple Pies from The Domestically Impaired Guide to […]

Thursday’s treasures

I’m so glad you’re all here! It’s Thursday and I know you’ve brought some yummy goodness to share again this week. Before we get started I want you all to pop on over to Recipes for my Boys, Dear sweet Debi is celebrating One Year of Blogging!!! She’s been pretty quiet about it but I […]

Cinnamon Swirl Quick Bread

Cinnamon Swirl Quick Bread filled with cinnamon sugar and pecans, for an easy breakfast treat or snack. I want to introduce you to my favorite, must have, if you don’t ever get another tool in your kitchen, you have to have this one, tool. (how’s that for a run on sentence!) No, it’s not a […]

Cinnamon Glazed Pecans

Cinnamon Glazed Pecans, just a few ingredients needed, watch out, they’re addicting! This recipe for Cinnamon Glazed Pecans is one of my favorite ways to fix pecans for a party. A little sweet, a little cinnamony, a lot pecany. Here in Georgia, pecans are a staple. We pick our own. You can read more about […]

How I use Pinterest

I promised you when I celebrated my one year anniversary of starting this blog I would share a little of what I learned along the way. There are so many opportunities for bloggers, or anyone for that matter, to share with others what they love through Social Media. Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google + Stumble Upon If you […]

35 Pumpkin Recipes

Chewy Pumpkin Spice Molasses Cookies from Amy’s Cooking Adventures

Thursday’s Treasures link party 102

It’s September! Can you believe it? I’m officially saying fall is here even though we are barely getting into the 60’s at night. Fall means cooler weather, leaves changing, sweaters, cool boots and…. pumpkin and apple season! Yeah baby! Bring it on! Before we get to the party, congrats to Devi McDonald! She was the […]

Thursday’s Treasures

I’m back! In case you missed it, I had the privilege of chaperoning on the 5th grade Washington DC trip. Amazing, exhausting, educational, full of good times and great memories. I went with my son five years ago and I just couldn’t believe how some things had changed. Just goes to show, even if you’ve been someplace […]

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