March 2011 Roundup

Author: swampkitty05  //  Category: Admin, Monthly Roundup, Recipes, Social Media

As you all know, I have been doing my roundups of recipes from other blogs for ages now – almost as long as this blog has been in existence. Lately, though, I’ve been getting feedback stating that it was difficult to navigate in paragraph format, so I looked for other solutions for doing the roundups that would both let me get them up more quickly, and would be more user friendly in the long run. The solution? Quite literally right in front of my nose. Pinterest! So from now forward, I’ll be collating the links using the bookmarking features of Pinterest, which pretty much does what my roundups have done in the past – providing a direct link to the original blog that  featured it. The benefit? You get to browse the recipes in a much more visual manner. I’ll add new boards as each month comes to pass, and will provide the link to the roundup board in a blog entry here on the site. I’m almost all caught up with adding recipes (only have 50-100 more to put up for the past year), so we should be up to date  shortly. If you’d like the follow my boards so you can see the recipes as they’re added, follow me by clicking on the button below:

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One last admin note – I’m still working on the blog entries for my Jersey trip. I haven’t posted yet because I’m trying to work ahead a bit. I have to have surgery for carpal tunnel in a couple of weeks, and will be off of heavy typing duty for a couple of weeks after that, so I’m looking to build up a queue of entries so there won’t be much more long periods of silence. Other than that, I’m doing better than ever, so don’t worry – everything is fine here on this end.

So, without further delay, here’s the Pinterest board for March 2011…

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Now up on Pinterest:

March 2011 Roundup of Recipes


2007 PROPERTY TAX HOMESTEAD FILING PERIOD SET TILL MARCH 1, 2007 go to web site gwinnett county tax commissioner

US Fed News Service, Including US State News July 10, 2006 Gwinnett County issued the following press release:

Property owners may file for a 2007 homestead exemption from now through March 1, 2007. Homestead exemptions can offer tax savings to property owners who own and occupy a property as of January 1 st of the tax year for which the exemption is filed.

Property owners who already receive an exemption and had no ownership changes to their deed do not need to reapply. They will continue to receive their current exemption on property taxes.

The Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner co llects property taxes for the cities of Berkeley Lake, Dacula, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Snellville, and Sugar Hill. Property owners residing in these cities’ limits and who apply for a county exemption will also receive applicable city exemptions to which they may be entitled. in our site gwinnett county tax commissioner

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