Drumroll Please... Weekly Blog Round-Up

BY: Rachel Matuch |Dec 11, 2018

This week's blog round-up is by guest contributor Jemma C. Keeper of the Home, www.keeperofthehome.org Keeper of the Home is a community of bloggers dedicated to homemaking and healthy living. Unlike the hundreds of other homemaking websites and Pinterests of the world, Keeper of the Home focuses on educating its members about natural, organic products and creating a sustainable, eco-friendly household. From flavorsome recipes to home remedies and a Natural Living Guide, there’s enough here to keep any homemaker busy. My Boys and Their Toys, www.myboysandtheirtoys.com My Boys and Their Toys is a fun, informational blog written by a 30-something mom of two young boys. She posts about traveling with the kids and reviews numerous products, toys, and technology that they love. The family of four resides in Orlando, Florida so if you’re a parent in the area, you’re going to really enjoy her local entertainment blogs—starring Disney and Universal Studios of course! Also check out her Deals and Steals highlighting coupons and deals for parents. See Mom Click, www.seemomclick.com See Mom Click is written by a mom in Pennsylvania with a love for her family, Kindle, Keurig, and peanut butter. She shares recipes, product and travel reviews, and shopping deals for moms. Definitely check out her site if you’re hooked on your Kindle! She posts an impressive collection of free Kindle books and bestsellers on sale. Additionally, her site contains an extensive archive of amazing Giveaways. Detroit Mom and Her Views, www.detroitmomandherviews.com Detroit Mom and Her Views is a mom’s personal blog that includes different product reviews, giveaways... and also a section for insomniacs. Take a look at the list of recommended movies and TV shows to watch if you’re having trouble sleeping. Another great resource on the site is the homemade recipes page. You’ll find a selection of the writer's very own authentic dinner ideas as well as desserts, sides, snacks and drinks. Phroogal, www.phroogal.com Phroogal (think “frugal”) aims to help empower people to make better financial decisions and achieve their dream lifestyles. The site was created by Jason Vitug, a former Silicon Valley financial services executive who left his job to backpack across 20 countries. He provides advice on a wide range of financial topics including buying a house, accessing free credit reports, paying for college, and getting a pay raise at work.