Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web

Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web

I thought it would be fun to highlight one article each week from the Hoosier bloggers you know and love. You know, previously Featured Indiana Bloggers.

Just like the Hoosier bloggers themselves, no two weeks will ever be the same. Like a fine box of Indiana chocolates, you just never know what you will find.

If you are an Indiana blogger and would like to be featured on little Indiana, please let me know via email or in the comments below. Now, let’s get caught up with what our Hoosier bloggers were doing this week.

Indiana Blog Updates

Recipes

The Ginger Kitchen: Bento Soup Box — Soba Noodles, Spinach, and Green Tea are just a few of the unique flavors in this Asian inspired soup.

Everyday Mom’s Meals: Too Good Not to Repeat — Grilled Honey Soy Chicken, a recipe shared before this blogger had many readers.

Girls in White Dresses: Menu Plan Monday — A look at the week ahead, in food.

Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: Sea Turtle Smash Cake — Almost too cute to smash! Yes, it’s definitely too cute to smash.

Personal

That Darn Kat: Avoiding the Avoidance Avalanche — Trying to avoid stress by avoiding difficult situations…and people? This blogger urges you to stop playing the avoidance game.

Sarah’s Real Life: A Little Bit Boho — Jean jackets are still “in.”

Tulle and Trinkets: Green Thumb — New home, new garden.

You Think Too Much: Cautious Man — A song about love.

Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: Be Present — Remember when you actually enjoyed the moment? Put down the phone. Try it again.

A Latte with Ott, A: More Spring Pictures — New camera, new opportunity.

Walking by the Way: Life is Really Simple — One final quote to round out a series about living simply.

The Stay at Home Chef:The End of My Weight Loss Journey: How I Did It — Eighty pounds later, this blogger is back to her old pair of jeans.

Our Little Monkeys: Dinner in Our Yard — Hot dogs roasting over a fire. Spring is here.

Eclectic Insights: Sneak Preview – The Devil You Need – Book 6: Dancin’ With the Devil — An excerpt from a book set to release May 24.

Fencerow to Fencerow: Planting Delays of Nearly Biblical Proportions — Rain, rain, and more rain have delayed planting for this farming family.

Just like the Number: Chicken Audition — Did you know chickens can do simple math? Well, that just goes to show you need story time.

Walking the Off-Beaten Path: AWESOME NEWS for Our Local High School’s Soil Judging Team! and the Rest of the Story on the Mystery Beast — In a National Soil Judging Competition, Benton Central High School placed first. 

Something Monumental: Chain Earrings — A customer request leads to a unique jewelry style. What do you think?

Marian Allen: 4 #StoryADayMay #Caturday Dance by the Light of the Moon — A rather haunting story.

Tales from the Coop Keeper: The Crippling Begins — Gardening is high on this blogger’s list of favorites…but those first few days are hard.

May Dreams Garden: A Gardener Would Never Say — Humorous things a gardener would never say.

Stuff: Windows are Rolled Down…Finally! — Returning to Spring and warm weather and the way it affects our mood.

Education and Crafts

Acton Creative: Insert Reed “A” into Loom “B” — Images tell the story of getting the loom ready for weaving.

Travel and History

Historic Indianapolis: Indianapolis Then and Now: Ohio and Alabama Streets — Step back into 1952 and see the changes on this particular stretch of road.

Candidly Clyde: First Friday: Indiana Artists –– Artsy folks and their craft. A very in-depth and delightful look at artsy Hoosiers.

Arrows Sent Forth: Ben’s Cookies in London, A Sweet Reminder of Home — The January London trip was more than a vacation, it was a time to house hunt and plan for the future.

A Couple Cooks: Photo Essay Cambodia and Laos — Images of a different culture.

Decatur County History: Decatur County Preservation: Warren Home — A peek inside a Greensburg home including history and the renovations.

Small towns: Destinations, not drive-thrus. I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.

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