I love books and eBooks, especially those written by bloggers. And I’m really excited to give away a copy of Dana’s new eBook, 28 Days to Hope for Your Home.
I have met Dana a couple of times at the Savvy Blogging Summit conferences. She is a funny and down to earth and friendly. She’s written a guide for developing 4 new habits in 4 weeks to find real hope for your home.
The book’s tagline is “Not for the mildly disorganized.” And she means that. This book is not for everyone.
From her website:
If you’ve ever wondered how someone could sleep at night knowing there were dirty dishes in the sink . . . . DON’T buy this e-book.
If, at the end of a long day, you mindlessly put your dirty clothes in the laundry hamper and hang your jacket neatly in the closet . . . DON’T buy this e-book.
If you’ve never experienced heart palpitations at the sound of an unexpected doorbell . . . DON’T buy this e-book.
This book is “understanding the basics of what it takes to keep your home out of Disaster Status”.
This book may not be for you. But if it is for you, you can win a copy by leaving a comment on this post. Tell me what your biggest cleaning challenge is. (I revealed on Facebook the other day that my challenge lately is remembering to move the laundry from washer to dryer.) The book is also on sale right now through the end of Feb. for just $4!
Weekend Links and Seedy Links
There were some delicious recipes shared on Ingredient Spotlight this week. Here are a few that caught my eye:
Pineapple Poppy Seed Dressing from Debbi Does Dinner sounds wonderful.
This Sesame Chicken from Siggy Spice sounds right up our alley.
Chocolate Mojo Bars – oh, yeah! from Inside BruCrew Life.
Napa Cabbage Salad from For the Love of Grub sounds similar to a salad I ate at a potluck recently. It was wonderful!
There were two versions of Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole, which I’d never heard of before. The classic version from Getting Freedom and a lightened up version with Havarti from Vanderbilt Wife.
If you have allergies (or have a family member who does) you will want to check out Sunbutter Surprises, cookies adapted from Peanut Butter Kiss cookies – from Cheap, Easy, Quick, Healthy.
And finally, I have a new writing gig as a contributor for Savings Lifestyle. I’ll be doing copy-cat recipes (with a few other easy, cheap recipes thrown in) over there. You may want to pop over and read my first post, Smoked Mozzarella Chicken and Penne from Olive Garden.
To be entered to win a copy of 28 Days to Hope for Your Home, leave a comment on this post telling me your biggest cleaning challenge. Giveaway will close Monday, 2/13 at 9am Eastern and winner will be announced on the Eat at Home Facebook page. And don’t forget the sale on 28 Days to Hope for Your Home – just $4 through the end of Feb. (If you buy it and win, Dana will refund your money. Cool, huh?)