Blog Carnival – Edition No. 2

Welcome to the June 18, 2008 edition of a Carnival of Everything Home What a Carnival!! This carnival has brought 71 great submissions.  Please take the time to visit each one.  Remember to include a link back to this post.  And welcome to my new website which has been giving me a little bit of a headache these days.  I’ve been working on it everyday and just about every night so that it would be ready for this carnival that I promised everyone.  Hopefully, by the next carnival I will have all of the kinks cleaned up (such as – the links are all there but the colors are not showing up).  So go ahead and enjoy and get to know your fellow bloggers.

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GREEN LIVING

Mark Schauss presents What do the Numbers on Your Fruits and Vegetables Mean? posted at Toxic World Blog – Detoxify and Heal Your Body.

Lars presents Plant a Tree Today – How and why to plant a tree so that it grows fast and healthy! posted at InsightsandAdvice.com, saying, “How and WHY as a homeowner you should plant a tree TODAY!”

Sagar presents 100 Ways to Scale Down Your Life posted at EcoTrekker.

Busy Bee Kim presents 10 Easy Ways to Go Green posted at Busy Bee Lifestyle.

jay presents Everything you need to know about Fertilizer posted at Redz Landscaping.

nichole halsey presents Build this: Solar Food Dryer posted at Bad Human! Don’t take chemicals from strangers!.

GP presents Go Green to save Green posted at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, “t’s no coincidence that most frugal people are environmentally conscious, and vice versa. Frugal lifestyle choices tend to be environmentally friendly choices. What a win – win.. for your pocketbook and the plane”

Kathy Hester (GeekyPoet) presents Grow your own lettuce posted at Geek, Poet, Housewife  Wannabe. presents Save Money, Save the Planet posted at Healthy Savings.

Woman Divorce Support presents Using Organic Fertilizers For A Healthy Lawn | Spring Lawn Care – Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, “Many people want to have a beautiful lawn without all of the harmful effects of synthetic fertilizers.”

Eco-mama presents Natural Carpet Disinfectant & Deodoriser – The Power of Baking Soda posted at ecopolitan living, saying, “Multi-purpose, eco-friendly and economical Baking Soda – use this to clean your homes instead of chemical commercial products for a healthier lifestyle.”

Sara Ost presents 5 Bright Ideas to Save Energy posted at Sara Ost.

Sarah presents Why Is Proper Lawn Clipping Height So Important? | Spring Lawn Care – Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, “The importance of the clipping height of your lawn

Lovelyn presents Natural Spider Repellent posted at The Art of Balanced Living.

Tip Diva presents Tip Diva | Top Ten Tips – Reduce Your Water Usage posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Whether you live in an area with a water shortage or drought, or just want to be a little more green, here are ways you can reduce your water usage”

Teri presents Earth Friendly Cleaning posted at Teri’s Organic Garden, saying, “In this post you’ll find several recipes for handy – environmentally friendly cleaners that WORK!”

Stefanie S. presents 4 Non-toxic Products for Spring Cleaning posted at Focus Organic.com.

valereee presents Strawberry Preserves (no-pectin recipe) posted at Cincinnati Locavore, saying, “Make your own preserves from local berries — there are 2 secrets to no-pectin strawberry preserves!”

Jocelyn @ A Pondering Heart presents Pondür Me This Giveaway! posted at A Pondering Heart, saying, “I found a site called Pondur that carries organic baby clothes and I wanted to not only share, but give one away too!”

Sarah presents Ridding Your Lawn of Gophers, Moles and Other Rodents | Spring Lawn Care – Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, “If you’ve ever turned your ankle in a gopher hole, you know that these animal pests can be hazardous as well as make your lawn look unsightly.”

Maria presents Backyard Gardening: Frugal and Fun posted at Frugal Homesteading Blog.  Growing some of your own food is green, frugal and fun.  Here’s how to save money on your backyard garden.

FRUGAL

Rachel presents Top ten useful tips for in the kitchen posted at Bakedblog.com – a Mothers blog about baking, cooking, parenting, and enjoying all things in Life., saying, “Some of these tips are older, but they are all good and very useful!”

Brice Hogan presents How to Save $100 a Month posted at Financialzip.com.

Richard McLaughlin presents Shopping@UK.Shopping.com posted at Oh, the Places You’ll Go, saying, “I ran into a pretty cool site today for We Europeans, Shopping.com in the UK Searches a range of goods from computers, garden products, furniture, lingerie, jewelery & clothing – pretty much anything that you could want to buy, and they include product reviews both for the products reviewed and for the stores selling the product.”

James presents Being Frugal and Bargain Hunting posted at Ways To Simplify.

Dereck presents Want to be rich? Then shut up and listen posted at I Will Not Die.

Body For Life Results presents 5 Money Saving Tips To Help You Survive The Credit Crunch posted at Tame Your Debt.

HOME IMPROVEMENT

Praveen presents Tao of Simplicity: Clear the Clutter! posted at Tao of Simplicity.

Sagar presents 10 Most Beautiful, Unique and Amazing Celebrity Homes posted at International Listings Blog.

Linda W. presents Signs And Symptoms Of Dust Mite Allergies posted at The Eclectic Female, saying, “How to tell if you might be suffering from dust mite allergies.”

sarah presents Keep calm and carry on posted at SARAHSPY.

A Keeper’s Jackpot presents Spring Cleaning In Full Bloom posted at A Keeper’s Jackpot.

Woman Tribune presents The Ultimate Bed posted at Woman Tribune.

Amy L. presents Which Mattress Is Best For You? posted at Housekeeping Tips, saying, “Every year, thousands of people purchase mattresses, only to find that their new mattresses are as uncomfortable as the old ones.”

Amy L. presents Accessing Mattress Durability posted at Housekeeping Tips, saying, “If you’re going to spend money on a new mattress, you’ll want to know how long it’s going to last.”

Astrid Lee presents Why You Must Consider The Healing Powers of Colors When Choosing Color Schemes For Your Home posted at World Healing, saying, “Thanks to Home Improvement shows, home owners want their houses outfitted with just what they saw on television. However, perhaps before racing off to the paint shops, it may be best to take a look at color significance and their respective healing powers. An article for inspiration and insight into your world!”

Margaret Mary presents Sanderson Fabrics posted at The Earthly Paradise.

Amy L. presents Should You Buy a Mattress and a Box Spring Set? posted at Housekeeping Tips, saying, “Since most furniture stores sell mattresses and box springs as sets, you may have just assumed that you’ll need to buy a whole new bed if your mattress wears out.”

Andrew Caxton presents Coffee Tables Buying Tips posted at Home Decorating Reviews Blog.

Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips – Stocking And Organizing A Medicine Cabinet posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Everyone should have a medicine cabinet in their homes in case of a sickness or an emergency. Here’s what to do to make sure you’re stocked and prepared”

Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips – Getting Ready For Summer posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Temperatures have finally started creeping up and flowers are blooming everywhere. They can only mean one thing – summer is coming! Make sure you’re prepared before the season comes”

Tip Diva presents Tip Diva | Top Ten Tips – Cleaning A Room posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Ahh, spring. Flowers are blooming, spring is in the air – and for many, it’s a time to tidy up the house. Whether it’s a basement, bedroom, bathroom or garage, here are some tips to make the job easier”

Vera Lang presents posted at Be Safe Insure .com, saying, “Emergencies & natural disaster can happen everywhere. Prepare to be safe and well for when this happens. Besides immediate responsiveness to get out of danger, these Top 10 Disaster Preparation Steps can help you and your family to take care of yourselves.”

Jason presents Big Blue Box posted at Zola Jones Designs by Jason Loper, saying, “This blog often features posts about home decorating.”

Alanna presents Don’t Get Taken to the Cleaners by Carpet Cleaners posted at BBB Consumer Education.

Rt @ Real Muscle Online presents Better Work: How You Can Easily Simplify Your Workspace posted at The Daily Mind – Making the Daily Grind Meaningful, saying, “making your home office simple and clean”

George L Smyth presents One Minute How-To – How To Get Organized And Stay Motivated posted at George L Smyth, saying, “Paris Love explains the most important element to getting organized and maintaining that commitment.”

Vera Lang presents Tornado Preparedness: Tips for Family Safety posted at Be Safe Insure .com, saying, “Oh, not as sexy a topic as getting new tomatoes planted, this spring topic is however of value, as it well,, can save your life. With the arrival of spring comes the threat of severe weather and dangerous tornadoes that can strike without warning. Did you know: 1. More than 1000 tornadoes occur each year. At least 20 of those will be violent. 2. Tornadoes are most likely to strike between 5-7 p-m. 3. May and June have the most tornado activity …..”

REAL ESTATE

Michael. presents Rule to Grow Rich By #1: The Best Home Renovation posted at Michael Emilio.

Joe Manausa presents Open Houses – Did You Know? posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “One technique that real estate professionals use to meet more buyers is to hold an “Open House” on a home for sale. Statistically, there is less than a 1% chance of selling that home due to the Open house, so you might wonder why do it at all.”

Joe Manausa presents Short Sale Advice posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “Some Short Sale Advice If you own a home that is highly leveraged (read that to mean that you borrowed as much money on it as you could sometime in the past three years) and you need to move for one reason or another, you need to know that you basically have four options right now:”

Joe Manausa presents How To Analyze Real Estate – The Real Estate Stack posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “the Real Estate Stack. This is the most basic of measurement models which allows an investor to take an investment and convert it to a mathematical model so that it can be compared with all other investment opportunities.”

Joe Manausa presents Frustrated Homeowners posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “there are no “painless” solutions to the housing problems until inventories return to a more balanced level. So what should my frustrated homeowner do?”

OTHER

Theresa L. Twogood presents Big Picture Progressive Exposure posted at OLIN e-Book e-Publishing.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents A Squirrely Lesson posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Sam Carrara presents 10th Wedding Anniversary posted at Sam Carrara’s Marketing Education.

Michael Snyder presents posted at Shattered Paradigm.

slee presents Building a Genius Baby…..One Language at a Time posted at Learning by Ear.

James D. Brausch presents posted at Lone Star Times.

David Cassell presents Keeping Your Study Skills Razor Sharp posted at selectcoursesblog.com.

Sheila Danzig presents Distance Learning Online: Educational Degree Programs that Benefit You posted at Degree Talk Blog.

Jose DeJesus MD presents Creating Incentives and Recognizing Excellence in Your Employees posted at Physician Entrepreneur.

Fiona Lohrenz presents The Big ‘No’! posted at Child Care Only.

Greg Laden presents Home Chemistry: A New Guide for Hobbyists and Home Schoolers posted at Greg Laden’s Blog.

AdmirableIndia.com presents Trip to Chikmagalur: Day 2: Trekking in Mullaiyanagiri, highest peak of Karnataka, Kalathgiri Falls and Raj Bhavan, Kemmangundi posted at AdmirableIndia.com.

Mike Remer presents Oh, Oh! Here Come the Holidays and the Cold Weather | My Path To Fitness Blog posted at My Path To Fitness Blog.

Brent Diggs presents Powersaw Poetry – A Toothsome Tale of Love posted at The Ominous Comma, saying, “A humorous poem dedicated to the fine art of yard improvement.”

James Brausch presents Measurements posted at Weight Loss Dude.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a carnival of everything home using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Blog Carnival - Edition No. 2

11 Responses to Blog Carnival – Edition No. 2

  1. Wow, Rosemary, what a great carnival! Thanks for including my article on frugal gardening. I love your blog theme and colors. I look forward to seeing it grow.

  2. Yes. Quite a Carnival. I want to thank you and everyone who submitted a post. A lot of good reading right here.

    I’m still working on this blog and hope it looks okay on any browser. Thanks for checking it out.

    Rosemary
    http://mydiyhometips.com

  3. wow. this carnival is HUGE.

    thanks for including our work.
    I hope it will benefit our collective readers!

  4. Yes it is huge. But then again I never leave any out. Everyone is welcome. Thank you for submitting.

    Rosemary
    http://mydiyhometips.com

  5. Thanks for including me! Great carnival!

  6. Miss Jocelyn, you’re very welcome. Make sure to submit to the next carnival. Thank you for submitting.

    Rosemary
    http://mydiyhometips.com

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  11. hi-ya, I like all your posts, keep them coming.

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