Who We Are Following: Bloggers, Tweeters and Pinners

We’re always looking to the Internet for inspiration — Pinterest, Blogs and Twitter give us countless ideas and we would like to share them with you. Here are some notable bloggers, tweeters and pinners we’re following.

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Gypsy Nester chronicles the lives of David and Veronica after sending their children out into the world to fend for themselves. Without children to rear, they sold their nest and they’re filling their time with “Tales from the Road.”

laugh-lines On Laugh Lines Vicki Claflin quips and jokes about aging and all the good and bad things that come with it.

bowl-full-of-lemonsIdeas and tips on organizing, cleaning and budgeting is what you’ll find on A Bowl Full of Lemons. The creative team maps out a plan for you to simplify your life. Here’s your key to a life of order.

PinterestPinterest Karen Propes love beagles and has a knack for finding the craziest pumpkin carving projects. She’s got tips to share and boards to inspire – that’s why we follow her.

Virginia says she’s a food enthusiast, but she likes a whole lot more than food. From her Bath and Powder Room inspiration to what inspires cute, classy style, we’re watching for her favorite pins.

With boards like “Baking substitutions, mixes, spices” and “Michigan,” Connie Thelen shows us new ways of seeing things and pinspiring us.

TwitterTwitter @boomergparent is chock full of wisdom and ideas about getting older and how to do it right.

@sharongreenthal tweets and re-tweets about the things that matter in mid-life.

@MidlifeRoadTrip is tweeting their way across the USA giving us the best places to stop with budget tips to boot. Also, they love bacon.

Who We Are Following

The Internet is exploding with new slants and twists to simplify and enhance our lives. We’re on Pinterest, Twitter and the blogosphere, watching for what’s trending, what’s useful and what we think you might like. Here’s our list of who we are following:

theidearoomAt  theidearoom.com, Amy, as a science teacher turned-DIYer-blogger-crafter, shares fun projects to inspire even the craftiest of people. She has tips on everything from dealing with a child’s temper tantrum to creating a DIY vertical flower bed. For June, our favorite was her 30 day photo challenge post. Inspiring indeed.

Every-MileEverymilesamemory.com chronicles Pat and Cindy Bonish’s travels in their RV. They’ve been on the road for the last two or so years, living, loving and taking pictures of all the places they’ve seen around this beautiful country of ours. Their story is inspiring and their pictures are enviable. Their latest adventure was to Cedar Key, Florida; check it out and you won’t be able to trade in your house keys for RV keys fast enough.

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PinterestJen Simpson  pins and pinspires. Her boards vary – she throws a “pet-shaming” board in between her breakfast recipe and home improvement boards and you might even find a board dedicated solely to Valentine’s Day wallpaper. However unpredictable her pinning ideas are, the inspiration is always consistent.

Mandy Naranjo is full of tricks and tips to share and we’re so glad she shares them with us on Pinterest. She’s not short on ideas for what to do with a box full of buttons or what teens can do with their extra energy. DIY and crafts are what on Mandy’s mind and, you know, great minds think alike.

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@craftaholicanon If you have a DIY or craft question, @craftaholicanon will answer it. Really. Just tweet her – she’s standing by with a response or she’ll find someone who can give you the answer. In addition to answers, she also offers craft tutorials, creative ideas for the family and holidays.

@allthingsthrift tweets from every angle to keep things affordable whether you’re making holiday decorations yourself or you need a new blueberry recipe. Hair tutorials, DIY day bed pallet projects and a July 4th wreath are all on @allthingsthrift’s Twitter feed this month.

Pinners, tweeters and bloggers – there are a lot out there with great ideas; these are just a few we think are worth following.