Welcome Being A Wordsmith readers to another week of Turn It Up Tuesday! Amazing week last week. Thank you so much for joining in the fun. If you’re new here…welcome! Feel free to share, share, share.
Turn It Up Tuesdays is all about being happy, excited, energetic…and having fun! Link up all of your favorite posts (old or new) and meet some awesome bloggers in return! Link up your funny stories, DIY posts, recipes, mommy moments — anything at all. We want to laugh, be entertained, be inspired, and have a good time! Thanks so much to everyone that joins us each week and makes this link party the best that it could be!
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Welcome the lovely ladies of Turn It Up Tuesday!
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Natasha from Epic Mommy Adventures | Stacey from This Momma’s Ramblings | April from April Noelle | Tina from The Happy Creations | Tiffany from The Mrs Tee| Melissa from The Coupon Chronicles | Kelly from Making-More | Silvie from My Silly Little Gang | Mari from Living in Mommywood | Tenns from Bliss & Faith | Kimberly from Being a Wordsmith | Elaine from Ramblings of a Bad Domestic Goddess | Ginger from Does Your Sister Have Normal Hair | Bev from Eclectic Red Barn | Anuja from All I Do | Heather from Goodlicious
And welcome our awesome guest hosts for June!
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Here are the Featured posts from last week!
Tiffany chose How To Beat The SAHM Blues from Perfectly-Imperfect Parenting. “Jenn shares some really great ways to beat the feeling of isolation that can come along with being a Stay At Home Mom… because let’s be honest – it’s not all coffee breaks and fun!”
Tiffany chose Why do women mom shame each other? from Love of Learning Mama. “Dale spoke on something that I have experienced myself – Mom Shame. That moment when another woman makes you feel less than what you are with words or actions. It’s not okay and we need to work together to make it stop.”
Bev chose Star-Spangled Garland from Sparkle. “What a great way to celebrate the 4th with this festive banner. I love that they are made with card stock and those Kree-ey-tivaluminum emblems are adorable.”
Bev chose Cinnamon Roll Muffins from LouLou Girls. “There is nothing like mornings and cinnamon rolls. So these muffins would be a perfect fit and so yummy.”
Mari chose Berrylicious Bar Cookies from A Dish of Daily Life. “I liked Michelle’s Berry bars nice filling combo I’d eat for breakfast or take for a quick lite lunch.”
Mari chose Hearty Breakfast Bowl from The Bikini Experiment. “Lauren’s breakfast bowl looks great, healthy and also filling,though I would tweak for myself with some fat free yogurt or a light almond milk. Great share.”
Stacey chose Fruit and Walnut Salad with Honey – Lemon Dressing from Courtney’s Cookbook. “Oh yum! I love finding quick no bake recipes, especially in the summer. Cold desserts that don’t require the use of the oven, certainly beat the summer heat. Thank you so much for sharing!”
Sarah chose the Organization Challenge from The Dot. “I chose this post because it resonates with me at this point in the year. School is winding down for my kids and for me (I’m a teacher), and that means it’s time to focus back on my “actual” life. And boy-oh-boy does it need some attention! I like that this is a post about the challenge in action vs. from the original poster of the challenge (it shows the work in real life!).”
Robin chose A Week of Homestead Photos May 29th – June 4th from The (mis)Adventures of a “Born Again” Farm Girl. “I chose this one because, being a farm girl myself, I enjoyed the glimpse of Mindie’s life on her farm. I think that we all can find something to bring a smile to our face, and these adorable and sometimes quirky animals are just the piece of joy we may need.”
Robin chose How to Make Liquid Laundry Soap with Three Simple Ingredients from Life Unprocessed. “I love DIY cleaners for the home. Especially ones that can save so much money, like making your own laundry soap! We make ours and it lasts for a year…and that is providing our daughter with enough to do her while she is away at college!”
Heather chose 10 Organized Laundry Room Ideas! from Mom of 6. “I too think a laundry room should be attractive and organized. I have an inspiring saying on my walls, a funny calendar, and some of my Mother’s Day artwork hanging. I love some of these organization ideas and may try to incorporate them into the laundry room in our new house. Great collection of ideas!”
Kimberly also chose this post. “Sharon shared some great ideas for doing that dreaded thing we moms hate doing the most. The lint container idea is awesome! I hate cleaning the lint filter because it interrupts my flow. This would absolutely change that.”
Heather chose Blackberry and Mozzarella Grilled Crostini from Hello Nature. “Blackberries, fresh cheese and toasted bread – wow. What a great idea! I love this idea and will be making this soon.”
Kimberly chose I Cut the Cord & I Have No Regrets! from Georgia Lee. “Fabulous title for this post! Although I can’t see myself giving up cable and doing streaming exclusively anytime soon, I believe it will be the norm in the near future. Some of my friends do it and they love it. Thanks for the details.”
Natasha also chose this post. “I cut the cord a year ago, and I don’t have any regrets either! And I appreciate it for all the reasons that you mentioned. Thanks so much for sharing!”
Lori chose DIY Coastal Themed Message Board from Fun Money Mom. “I enjoyed it because it is a low-cost and easy to make decoration that will remind you of the beach all year long.”
Lori also chose this post. “I enjoyed it because it is an easy and low cost decoration to make that reminds you of the beach all year long.”
Tina chose Blueberry Watermelon Hibiscus Ice Pops Recipe from Cooking LSL. “Wonderful recipe ,very interesting flavours. Summer is here. Thanks for sharing this beautiful recipe with us.”
Tina chose No Bake Cheesecake Squares from Lemons for Lulu. “I love no bake, easy dessert recipes. Looks delicious. Thanks for sharing this super yummy recipe with us.”
Natasha chose What the Hell Am I Doing?: A Being a Wordsmith Update from Being a Wordsmith. “I can completely understand what you’re going through. Honestly, I am going through the same things and feelings right now. And it’s really hard to break free of those things holding us back. I hope that we both get through this time with even more to give and share! Wishing you the utmost best!”
The post with the most views is Literacy Development in Toddlers and Preschoolers from Sicily’s Heart & Home.
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And the Best of the Best goes to…
Cinnamon Roll Muffins from LouLou Girls
No Bake Cheesecake Squares from Lemons for Lulu
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