1099 Top 10: Saying Good Bye to 2012 and Welcoming 2013

We like to regularly share our favorite posts from the Work at Home Mom niche. Some articles may come from Moms, but all of them will be great. Enjoy!
  • In a perfect world, we would all get Christmas presents that we love. However, if you get a gift that you don't like this year, Wise Bread explains what options you have.

  • Blogging with Amy shares that it is possible to have a good income stream with Google AdSense, which is good news for those of us who only get a check from Google every few months!

  • The new year is a time to reflect and look both back and forward. The Mom Writes contemplates 12 things she learned in 2012. Number 11 is one of the most important ones, I think.

  • If one of your resolutions is to better organize yourself and the time you spend on your blog and all of the related tasks, you'll want to download Tackling Our Debt's all in one blogging planner spreadsheet which will help you stay organized! Best of all, it is free!

  • Like most moms, you are probably still reeling from the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy. Bible Money Matters suggests 8 ways you can help the victims' families and the community. If money is tight, there are some ways that don't require cash.

  • This year I have seen all sorts of Christmas trees--conventional ones, Christmas trees made of rosemary, and now, thanks to Cookies and Cups, a Christmas tree made of Rice Krispie Treats. I bet this will be a big hit with the kids even after Christmas!

  • If you are a reader, you will appreciate Mom Advice's list of her 12 favorite books she read this year. This is a good starting point for a 2013 reading list.

  • The Christmas season is a busy one, but there is no need to forego tasty, nutritious food. Working Mother shares 5 Quick Weeknight Meals.

  • Mashable highlights the hub bub that was created after Instagram changed its terms of service, only to back pedal a day later due to users' vehement complaints.

  • Deep South Dish shares some versions of greens and black eyed peas, perfect for celebrating New Year's and explains how these traditional dishes originated.
Thanks to everyone who was included in this edition's list!

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