Friday’s Favourites ~ 16 Dec 2011


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About Colleen Madsen

Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Comments

  1. challenge accepted: 6,868kg co2 per year – being vegetarian and not driving a car seems to do it… I am so on the good side 😉

    I love your favourites this week, a lot of smart links. thanks again for appreciating my progress…

  2. I enjoyed the message in the George Carlin’s video. I didn’t appreciate some of the language in it. He could have given just as good of a message without some of the language he used.

    • Sorry if that offended you Spendwisemom. As you say thought the message was enjoyable though. He hit quit a few points with that short video.

      • I had the opposite reaction: That was shockingly clean for George Carlin.

        Colleen – You need to add the link for the TED video you posted on FB. That was lovely. Or are you adding it next week? A nice accompaniment to Christmas.

        • Yes Cindy I have added it for next week and have tweeted it as well as facebooked it for now. I was lovely wasn’t it. I couldn’t resist getting it out there right away.

  3. pizza bough? or pizza dough?

    🙂

    awesome links for Fridays Fav’s. Thanks!

  4. The Everyday Minimalist is one of my faves. Last year I decided I would try to go as minimal as I could (not extreme, that’s not what I want), and her blog and Miss Minimalist’s helped a lot with the hard stuff. I like how even though she is a minimalist, she knows it’s ok to “like stuff” and enjoy what you want to, within reason.

  5. We (I mean my husband!) make pizza every Friday night using our Kitchenaid. I definitely *isn’t* cheating! Everyone raves over how fabulous the pizzas are, and it’s spoilt us for takeaway. So much healthier and cheaper too 🙂

    Using up the last of my plastic cups (where did they even come from? I don’t remember buying them!) Having a party in the park after school today, with lots of adults and kids. Decluttering a good portion of my fridge and alcohol stash in the process.

    • Hi Loretta,
      those pizzas sound delicious and I agree homemade is far better than any I have ever bought from a takeaway. Although some of the ones I have had in Italy have been superb even in the little quick buy by the piece places.

      Plastic cups, it’s a long time since I bought any of those. I wonder what my neighbours think of me when I tell them to bring all their own cups, plates and cutlery when they come form one of our common area neighbourhood get togethers. They are a community thing so I think it only fair that we all share the clean up and encouraging them to keep it green is a worthy cause in my book. I hope you had a nice afternoon in the park. Keep me posted on the big move.

  6. I am enjoying the comedy link, thanks & have looked up all the others. I even zilched 18 magazines while sitting here.

    Another idea for pizza, we make pizza dough from 2 cups of SR Flour and 200grams of plain youghurt, it is awesome! I got it from Simple Savings, definately not my invention. Home made pizza is a great way for us to get the kids involved in their food.

    • Hi Karen,
      I will try that recipe for the pizza bough it sounds simple and it might even be a lot of fun mixing it by hand.
      Well done with the magazines.

  7. Thank you so much for the link love!! I’m glad you liked them.