Weekly Wrap-up & Senior Salon Pit Stop #270

Welcome to Senior Salon Pit Stop #270

Welcome to this week’s Weekly Wrap-up and Blog Link-up.

Each week I will be sharing a great Linky for you to connect with and catch up on what’s new around the blogging world! I will also be sharing a few things that I’ve been up to in the last week, along with some of my favorite posts shared from last week’s link-up!

What’s been going on at Homemade on a Weeknight?

This week I have decided to expand what Homemade on a Weeknight has to offer through blog posts. I am going to start a series chronicling our adventures in “Modern Micro Homesteading”. At the moment we are starting our adventure at our current home with just under a quarter acre of land – but there is quite a bit you can do with a small plot like this. We have been raising egg layers for 7 years now and meat producers for about 3 years now. We also added egg laying ducks last year. We have also had a vegetable garden, mostly in the spring and summer, for about 5 years. In the coming months (while we hunt for a bigger plot)we are going to delve into year round gardening, microgreens for wholesale and quails for eggs and meat. Do you have any homesteading elements at your home?

What have you been up to this past week?

In case you missed it, here are the recipes that I shared to the blog this week:

By joining the Senior Salon Pit Stop, you signify permission (EsmeSalon privacy policy) to share your posts and images here and receive an email reminder when our next Senior Salon Pit Stop is LIVE. 

You may also be featured on EsmeSalon as part of the Top 10 featured posts.

These posts caught my eye last week! These posts have all been pinned to our Shared Pinterest Board – Senior Salon Pit Stop Weekly Features

Are you getting enough Vitamins? – from Natasha at Serenity You

Jalapeno Popper Dip – from Lois at Walking on Sunshine Recipes

Spicy Smoked Chicken Wings – from That Guy Who Grills

Come and meet your Senior Salon Pit Stop Crew.


Places to connect with Julie:

Places to connect with Esme:

Places to connect with Melynda:

Blog: https://scratchmadefoodforhungrypeople.blogspot.com/

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/melyndaebrown/

Places to connect with Estelle:

Places to connect with Maria:

A few simple rules for the Senior Salon Pit Stop Link Party:

  • For every post that you share – make one comment on someone else’s post.  Help make their day a bit brighter.
  • Unlimited sharing limit BUT we ask that you visit one other blog post for each link you share.
  • Posts can be on any subject that is family-friendly.
  • Posts with direct sales, shops, or affiliates must contain relevant post content.

That’s it! Come and join the fun and let’s make it worthwhile!

If you are looking for more fun places to link up your posts – check out our Ultimate Handy Linky Party List – check back often as it’s always growing. And if we have missed your Linky Party – please send me a message and we will get it added in!

If you leave me a comment with the numbers of your links, I will be sure to pin your posts!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-up & Senior Salon Pit Stop #270

  1. Estelle,
    My Link Ups for this week are Numbers 48, 49 and 50!!
    Thanks again for hosting this wonderful party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! I hope you have a great week! Stay cool!!

  2. Maria,
    My Link Ups for this week are Numbers 48, 49 and 50!
    Thanks so much for visiting and Thanks for the feature!! I gave you a Shout Out on Face Book and will do so in my next post too!! Thanks for again for hosting such a lovely party each week!!! I truly do appreciate it!! I hope you are having a great week!! Stay cool!!

  3. Thanks to you and your co-hosts, Estelle! We love participating in this link up! We raise chickens at the school I taught at until my retirement… the students loved it and all the teachers were so invested in the process and, of course, our “girls.” Your post brought back lots of fun memories!

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