MeetUp Monday Linky Party – Week 13
Happy Easter & Happy Passover everyone! If you’re still coming down from the sugar rush like me, grab a cup of coffee (or water with lemon to cleanse the weekend away) and get ready to link up on this merry MeetUp Monday! I love reading all of the wonderful posts that are shared here each week, with some being especially featured the next week, in social media, and pinned on our board.
This week’s featured post is a beautiful and reflective piece about what it means to be a parent. If you’ve ever had someone make an odd or off-putting comment about you as a parent –and haven’t we all– then you’ll want to check out Melissa’s story: You are not a parent. She puts into words something that I’ve been feeling so much lately.
Most Clicked Posts
This week the most clicked post was a winner by a LANDSLIDE. When you’re a mom, it’s kind of a given that you’re busy. Add in a job (other than your job as a parent), errands, hobbies and other responsibilities… and that level of busyness just goes, up, up, up. Check out Elizabeth’s 5 Things Every Busy Mom and find some new ways to focus on you!
Now it’s time to link up!
Meet your cohosts:
(there are 2 of us so when you link up, you’re on 2 blogs! 🙂 )
MeetUp Monday Link Party: Let’s get to know each other on with this virtual blog party! Grab your favorite snack and link up. Share your favorite recent post with us and check out some other posts while you’re at it.
We’ll read all the posts and will feature at least one blogger favorite next week, so don’t forget to stop by again.
We will also pin our favorite post to our group Pinterest board. Make sure to check out the board and follow it!
Grab a button for your site!
1. Check out 2 other blogs. It’s not a party if you’re not mingling!
2. Please link up no more than 2 posts.
3. Please do not post to other linkups, reviews, or giveaways.
4. Help spread the word about Meet Up Monday! Tweet it, Facebook it, Instagram It, Pin it! Use the hashtag #meetupmonday so we can mingle on other forms of social media too
5. And if you’re feeling extra social, say hi and introduce yourself in the comments.
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