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Back to School {Wordless Wednesday}

September 14, 2016

By Rhonda Bramell of Party of Five Arkansas Women Blogger member Rhonda Bramell is a working mom of three living in Springdale, Arkansas. Nobody will ever say her house is too clean or her life is too glamorous. Follow her family’s shenanigans at Bramell, Party of Five, where she has been blogging for nine years.

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Rhonda Franz: Sensory Activities with Rice {National Rice Month}

September 13, 2016

Rice isn’t just for eating, you know. Rice can be used for crafts and to keep salt from clumping and as the noisemaking element in a homemade rain stick. As a wedding guest, I have thrown rice at brides and grooms running from their ceremony to their decorated getaway car. As a special education teacher, […]

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Learning Never Stops

September 12, 2016

by Nancy Kay Grace, Miss September 2016 Learning begins in our early days of life and continues through to the end. In college, I studied human development and grew an appreciation for how we grow, change and learn. I continue to learn a variety of things, such as creating new recipes, blogging, writing a book […]

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Sunday Link-Up {Sept. 11, 2016}

September 11, 2016

 

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Keri Bucci: Mushroom Brown Rice {National Rice Month}

September 9, 2016

Arkansas Women Blogger, Keri Bucci who writes at My Table of Three,  likes to keep it simple yet full of flavor. On today’s Foodie Friday, she’s sharing one of her family favorites – Mushroom Brown Rice. While Keri uses instant rice, you could easily prepare it my favorite way – Perfect Brown Rice Every Time – […]

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What I Learned From Blogging

September 8, 2016

by Alicia Dowell Many years ago, (7 long years) I started blogging. At first, it was a way to share my story as well as a way for distant family to see how our little family was growing. I shared every post on my personal Facebook before I had a page for my blog. This […]

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Morning Lessons {Wordless Wednesday}

September 7, 2016

By Sara Milford of Everyday Simple Most days and especially Sunday morning, you can find The Rev. Sara Milford at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Hot Springs, where she serves as priest and constantly learns from her studies in faith and from her community. Her four kids and husband (of 18 years!) provide some of […]

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Swathi Iyer: Qubooli {National Rice Month}

September 6, 2016

I think I always have at least one rice dish in a day, and without that I don’t feel like I have had a proper meal. I have felt like that many times while I am traveling. Yes, we people from South India consume rice more than other parts of India. We make dishes with […]

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Miss September 2016 – Nancy Kay Grace

September 5, 2016

Blogging takes a lot of trial and error, a lot of learning. In September I’m honored to be the Arkansas Women Blogger of the month with the “learn” theme. Over the past 8 years I’ve learned much about blogging. As a speaker, I wanted to have a blog to share hope through devotionals. The reason […]

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Sunday Link-Up {Sept. 4, 206}

September 4, 2016
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