Day 12 :: Real, Simple Hospitality and Eats {Weekend Links}

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hile last weekend brought lovely adventures in Canada, this weekend brings me back to my quiet life in Farm Town–and pumpkin patches, lunch with our local-ish farmer, and dinner shared with new friends.

So as I rise early this morning to caravan to Amishland with my little family and sweet friends–blueberry muffins and coffee in tow–I leave you with a podcast that just may change your dinner parties forever, stress-free cleanup tips from a favorite food blogger, and a recipe that I’m sure will become a fall staple in my home.

Hope your weekend is full of beautiful foliage and simple, soul-filling meals shared with those you love.

Real, Simple Hospitality and Eats from Around the Web

How to Have Better Dinner Conversations :: Michael Hyatt Podcast

The Entertaining Aftermath: 8 Steps to a Quick Cleanup :: Simple Bites

Sometimes You Need to Make Soup :: This Vintage Moment

This is a post from a 31-day series on Real, Simple Hospitality.  Read all the other posts here.  Check out all the other 31 Day-ers here.

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About Jenn

Jenn is a mommy of three and wife to her best friend. She enjoys good books, having dinner guests, and elevenses. She is not afraid to lead a one woman crusade against the rampant misuse of the apostrophe. She is afraid to adopt kittens before the baby turns three.

  • Julia Stockwell Reynolds

    Hi Jenn, I just wanted to let you know that I am enjoying following along with your blog and so glad I found you through the 31-days link ups! Thank you for your encouraging words regarding hospitality. I am one of those taking baby steps. Your words challenge me, but in a non-threatening way, in a way that makes me think, “Yeah, I could do that…” So, thanks!

    • Oh, yay! So so glad to hear that, Julia! Often, I write wondering what–if anything–will resonate with people. Thankful you were encouraged! Let me know how the baby steps go! 🙂

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