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Welcome to the 81st week of Turn It Up Tuesday! Last week, we had an awesome time on Turn It Up Tuesday with 431 links – another amazing week! We’d like to thank each and every one of you for making every week so amazing! Keep sharing your amazing posts with us here on Turn It Up Tuesday!
Welcome to the 74th week of Turn It Up Tuesday! Thanks for joining us last week as we celebrated Valentine’s Day!
Last week, we had yet another record-breaking week with 447 links – what an awesome week! We’d like to thank each and every one of you for making every week so amazing! Keep sharing your amazing posts with us here on Turn It Up Tuesday!
Turn It Up Tuesdays is all about being happy, excited, energetic…and having fun! Link up 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 blog hop the best that it could be!
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Here are the Featured posts from last week!
Danielle chose We Wear Short Shorts … #WomensLives from Barbie Bieber and Beyond. “I chose this post because, as a step-mother to a teen-aged girl, I have been given an new perspective on many young adult issues. One of the most prevalent ones is harassment. Many people think that ‘well that girl is asking for trouble, just look at the way she dresses.’ But the problem is much more complicated. This post gives the other side to the story that more people need to hear.”
This post also received the second most clicks last week.
Cathy chose ChalkLate (Chalk + Chocolate) Valentine’s Day Party Ideas from Play. Party. Pin. “Britni’s Valentine Chalkboard Party Idea Table is the cutest idea!!! I absolutely love tablescapes and she did this one up for the perfectly in time for a V-day party!!! What a great concept! The mini chocolate donuts on a stick are easy and I adore the chocolate milk!”
Tina chose Super Simple Chocolate Truffles from Little House Living. “Love the simplicity and yumminess of this recipe, two ingredients chocolate truffles, I’d love to play with peanut butter or nutella. Great idea!! Thanks so much for sharing,I’m making some this weekend!!”
Jillian chose How to Create a Budget Spreadsheet from Budget Girl. “I chose this post because I will be leaving my job soon, and working from home. Money will be a bit tighter, but I believe with a budget we’ll be just fine. This post gives a great, quick tutorial on how to create a budget worksheet.”
Kelly also chose this post. “After my husband recently changed jobs, I really need to overhaul our budget. Zach has some great tips about why and how to create a budget; and the free downloadable spreadsheet is very user friendly. It’s really handy how it can be edited to suit individual needs and I love how it includes a column for an emergency fund, in addition to savings! What a great idea.”
Lisa chose Strawberry Milkshake Cupcakes from Living Better Together. “I chose these Strawberry Milkshake Cupcakes simply on looks alone. They are gorgeous and mouth-watering delicious looking. Once I read the recipe, I was hooked. I love doctoring up boxed cake mixes and Rebecca did this one to the max!”
Lisa chose Coffee Pod Seed Starters with McCafe from Krystal’s Stitch. “Krystal’s great re-purposing use of the K-cups for seed starters is perfect. I hate throwing away the K-cups and now I can get my herb garden going easily. Not to mention, I get to drink more coffee…win-win!”
Mari chose Cherry Cheesecake Brownies from Flavor Mosaic. “I chose Michele’s brownies because the mosaic look was amazing. It’s one of those treats that bring a smile to your face because the presentation is so great! The cherries look so fresh and added such great color. I can’t wait to try it!”
Natasha also chose this post. “These brownies look absolutely delicious. I love cherry, I LOVE cheesecake, and I love brownies – the combination must surely be magical. Thanks so much for sharing with us! I look forward to trying it!”
Latisha chose Can You Homeschool and Work at Home? from The End in Mind with Lori Lane. “This post has very informative, encouraging, useful and relevant information that I needed this week.”
Latisha also chose 8 Must Know Pinterest Tips for Bloggers from All of Life’s Little Adventures. “This post has very informative, encouraging, useful and relevant information that I needed this week.”
Kelly chose 5 Tips to Keep Your Facebook Page Alive from Seven Graces. “I have been blogging for less than six months and was rather late to start a Facebook page. I haven’t been regimented with how I use social media to promote my blog, and this is a practice I would like to implement. These tips from Seven Graces will really help me to work more effectively on my Facebook page and hopefully get some more likes!”
Tiffany also chose this post. “I was so late to the game in discovering the benefits of scheduling out posts on Facebook. Kris not only gives great ways to use this tool but 4 other tips that will definitely make your Facebook Page a success.”
Alyssa also chose this post. “Facebook is always a challenge, so I love these tips and plan to implement them on my blog.”
Jessica chose Negotiate Away Bad Debt on Credit Reports from Debt Free Divas. “Awesome advice! I was wearing the same shoes when I got divorced many moons ago. I was in a situation to buy a home but unfortunately the “ex” was still attached to my credit report. I had to clean up my report using the suggestions given on the post. A few months later, my credit score went up thus allowing me to buy my home.”
Tiffany chose Top 10 Movies for Valentines Day from Barbie Bieber and Beyond. “I loved this post simply for Valentine’s Sake (teehee) Thanks to Barbie I have a movie to watch this Valentines that I haven’t seen yet…”
Zografia chose Revamp Thrifty Chair from Fabi Fabu. “I am in love with the fur seat! I wish i had a chair like looking like that!”
Kim chose 6 Sanity Saving Tips for Busy Moms from The Sunny Patch. “I am ALWAYS trying to find the “best” way to enable me to do it all – and usually failing miserably. Like Tonia says, sometimes there are things that you just need to let slide off the burner completely in order to take care of the items that are the most important. I absolutely love the analogy “eat the frog” because that’s one of my pitfalls – putting off those tasks that HAVE to be done in favor of doing something that I WANT to do (housework v. blogging). If I “eat the frog” and just get the nasty over with – then I have more time to spend on doing what I love to do. It’s a concept that I preach to my two boys on a daily basis, yet I have trouble doing it myself. This was my most favorite post this week and “Eat the Frog!” is now taped to my computer monitor as a reminder to get the yuck done and out the way so I can do the fun stuff!”
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I look forward to seeing everything that you share with us this week!! We have some rockin’ bloggers that join us each week!
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Thank you so much for joining us last week – the posts were absolutely amazing!
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Turn It Up Tuesdays is all about being happy, excited, energetic…and having fun! Link up 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, as long as it is family-friendly. 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 blog hop the best that it could be!
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Jillian chose 10 Ways I’m Better Than I Was 10 Years Ago from Working Mom Magic. “I chose this post because every woman needs to hear that she is awesome and celebrate who she is. Lauren is doing exactly that in this post and I love it!”
Mari chose Multiple Photos Frame (Non-Permanent) from With A Blast. “Wow this week was tough I had three favorites but I stuck to Linda’s Multi Photo Frame because I love to display my photographs everywhere! This was a great, quick and easy way to show off your favorite photos without having too much of a commitment such as nails and frames. You can always switch up the tape etc…loved it!!!”
Cathy chose Chicken and Dumplings in a Slow Cooker from My Turn For Us. “This chicken and dumplings dish is the perfect comfort food for a crisp, fall day! I love that this meal is packed with fresh goodness, prepared in the slow cooker and ready to enjoy after a busy day! I pinned this recipe for those days when slow cooker meals come in handy! “
Meghan chose Getting Back Into (or Keeping Up!) a Fitness Routine from 10 Years and Counting: A Weight Loss Journey. “I have been trying to get back into shape as well and I constantly make the excuse, “I just don’t have time.” She has some great ideas as well as some short workouts that will be really helpful as I set my fitness goals.”
Stacey chose Wax Paper Melted Crayon Art from Giggles Galore. “I absolutely remember making these, as a kid in school! They were really so colorful and so much fun. Thank you so much for sharing an amazing way to use up the many pounds of broken crayons that have accumulated over the last 20 years!”
Rhonda chose 4 Ways to Ensure Your Child’s School Success from Lady Blogger. “With the all problems that we encounter in our school systems, it so refreshing to know there are teachers who care and who reach out to parents so they can help make our children’s school year a success.”
Rachel chose Stop Doing That For Your Kids from Your Modern Family. “With a busy lifestyle, the “because it is easier” is so tempting sometimes. Love her honestly and awesome reminder.”
Natasha also chose this post. “Great post! It may be because I was raised by stringent grandparents or that I am a single mom, but I am a stickler on my son cleaning up after himself and helping me around the house. I have even instituted Clean-Up Saturdays where we clean up the entire apartment. It’s great to encourage our kids to do for themselves – it’s definitely good for them!”
Yolanda chose How To Deal With Bedtime Anxiety from Barbie Bieber and Beyond. “The reason I selected this one is because I am in the pass where I am fighting with my son to sleep in his own bed. I know we will have lots of different bedtime issues as he grows up, so it was nice to read an article that let me know that I am not alone!”