Inspire Me Monday Linky Party #289

By: | August 31, 2020 | |

Welcome to the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party for August 31!

Featured Posts

There were 9 posts under consideration for Most Inspirational.

These were my two favorites from the last Inspire Me Monday Linky Party:

20 Simple Ways to Teach Kids About Politics [What They Really Need to Know].

As they were growing up, my daughters and I talked about politics often. I assumed everyone spoke about politics around the dinner table. Then, I met a woman who told me she never discussed politics with her children when she was raising them.

Maybe some people don’t know how to broach the topic. The admin blogger solves this. With an election coming up, people might be interested in knowing how to discuss politics with their children.

How to Have an At Home Spa Day

The admin blogger explains we need spa days due to the stress the Coronavirus causes. I say we need spa days whether or not a pandemic is raging.

I follow some of these tips. They definitely are relaxing.

The most popular post at the last Inspire Me Monday Linky Party was Crockpot Apple Cobbler Gluten Free.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Although not required, for arranging this networking event, it is considered polite to follow your hostess. That’s me! I’m Janice!

Meet Your Hostesses

The linkup will be seen on four blogs. Each host picks her own two favorites.

In addition to exposure here, graphics from the winning posts are pinned to the Inspire Me Monday Pinterest Board. The linkup will be open until this Friday morning which gives you time to return with additional post links.

Emily- Simple Life of a Fire Wife

Blog:  Life on Oak Hill





Janice- Mostly Blogging (That’s me! Welcome!)





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BonBon – Farmhouse 40





Nicole – Mama Of Many Blessings 






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126 posts were linked last week.

Guests, please share on your blogs and social media so the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party continues to grow.

  1. Natalie Quinn

    Thank you so much for talking. I’m also sort of a newbie on social media, looking for tips on how to share good types of content. I’ve seen a lot of people sharing infographics that look so nice and are pretty informative, but I never knew how to make them myself. Great message, thank you again!
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  2. Marielle

    Hi Janice,

    Thank you so much for featuring my post about teaching kids about politics. It’s such an important topic! Thank you for hosting, and have a wonderful week!

  3. Patrick Weseman

    Thanks for always hosting this party. Hope that you have a wonderful week.

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