Small Victories Sunday Linkup {65}

Posted August 29, 2015 by Tanya M in Linky Parties, Small Victories Sunday Linkup / 19 Comments

 

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Welcome to our Small Victories Sunday Linkup! Dear Readers, kick back and relax with a cup of your favorite beverage and check out the best of the web right here that will inspire you to read, eat, craft, and live well!

Bloggers, our linkup is designed to share your BEST posts to inspire our fast growing community of readers. Share with us anything that will help others live a happier and healthier life. Sunday is the perfect day to reflect and celebrate the week that passed and look forward to the week ahead. Our linkup is open all week long so feel free to stop by anytime, it’s never too late to linkup with us. If you need writing prompts or to see past linkups, visit our main Small Victories Sunday Linkup page. 

A friendly reminder that our goal is to inspire others through positive posts, posts that are rude or offensive may be deleted from the linkup. Also, since my kids visit my blog, please keep content free of sexual themes. Thanks! 

Bloggers, give some love to your extra special hosts who do their best to encourage and promote your posts!

Ways You Can Follow Your Hosts:

Tanya M from Mom’s Small Victories | Pinterest | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Google +
Meagan from Sunshine and Sippy Cups | Pinterest | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Google +
Echo from Domain of the Mad Mommy | Pinterest | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Google +
Gail from Frugal & Coupon Crazy | Pinterest | Facebook | Twitter | Google +
Heather from Gemini Red Creations | Pinterest | Facebook | Twitter | Google +
Kimberly from Keystrokes by Kimberly | Pinterest | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Featured Bloggers

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Each week my co-hosts and I will feature our favorite bloggers from the previous week’s linkup. Visit each of my co-hosts to see who they’ve featured too.

Our Reader’s Choice for most clicked post was Mostly Blogging who shared How to Get Mind-Blowing Blog Traffic With Numbers. This post speaks to both my love of blogging and numbers, a former accountant, I can remember random numbers I read better than recalling what I had for breakfast! Janice has a fantastic blog full of blogging tips, I’ve been checking out and pinning lots from her site. Stop by and tell her I sent you! 

Some of my favorite posts were: 

September Sapphire Blogging Challenge , Kimberly at Being A Wordsmith shares my birthday month and she’s celebrating by hosting a blogging challenge with themed post ideas and linkups. Sounds like a great idea, join her if you can!

Almond Mocha Coconut Frappucino, Delightufl E Made a dairy-free almond joy in a cup? Yes, please! I’ve been missing regular milk but don’t mind almond milk when it’s in something. This looks heavenly, you’ll have to stop by her blog just to see! 

Finding Joy in Every Day, Sue from Book by Book and Living with ME/CFS shared this wonderful post about finding the joy in daily life, whether you’re healthy or enduring a chronic illness. A chronic illness diagnosis usually means the patient has to define a “new normal” and that including redefining what brings us joy. Sue’s post is a great reminder to all of us to find the joy in the little things in our everyday life. Keep a gratitude journal and make it a habit to track what brings you joy! 

My Weekly Recap

Reading:

There is a new and an almost closing giveaway on the blog this week so be sure to enter to win! 

A Few Good Men meets Scandal in The Ones We Trust by Kimberly Belle. An intense drama about a military family seeking the truth about the death of their son

I’m giving away 1 copy of The Last Breath, open internationally (ends 8/31/15)! This was one of my favorite books this year, a real look at war impacts a family of 3 sons.

Review and GIVEAWAY of 2 copies of The Wife, The Maid and the Mistress by Ariel Lawhon on the blog through September. An intriguing mystery told from the perspective of complex women in a time when women were regarded as arm candy for powerful men. Maybe the men should not have underestimated these women!

I loved this book my book club won from She Reads. Set in mafia era 1930’s NYC, this book is a fictional account of what might’ve happened to the real life disappearance of Judge Crater from the 3 women who knew him best, The Wife, The Maid & The Mistress. A great period piece. Enter to win one of 2 hardcover copies now (ends 9/30/15)!

Blogging:

 

Now It’s Your Turn to Share Your Favorite Posts and Small Victories!

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* Following your hosts is not required but appreciated!

* Grab the Small Victories Sunday button and place it in your sidebar or the post you are linking up.

* Share up to 3 of your favorite blog posts you want to share. Enter your link below and let’s celebrate our small victories together! Please refrain from linking up posts with mature themes like erotica, new adult or offensive language.

* Please visit at least 2 others for every link you enter. This linkup only works if we support one another, your visits are crucial to fellow participants.

* By linking up, you are giving the hosts permission to share your post on their social media pages to let others know of your awesomeness too!

* By linking up, you are giving the hosts permission to email you notifications when the linkup is open. Your email addresses are not shared and you can unsubscribe to emails at any time.

* Stop by our Small Victories Sunday Linkup Board on Pinterest and like and repin the posts to your boards.

* Spread the word! The more you share about the linky, the more visitors you will get to your content too. Please use the #SmallVictoriesSundaylinkup hashtag so we can find your posts and share them too!


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19 responses to “Small Victories Sunday Linkup {65}

  1. Hey, thanks for the shout-out this week, Tanya! I’m glad you enjoyed my article on finding joy in every day 🙂 That brought me joy to see you’d chosen my post to highlight! ha ha

    Enjoy your Sunday –

    Sue

    Book By Book

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