Inspire Me Monday Linky Party #326

By: | May 31, 2021 |
Inspire Me Monday Linky Party

Welcome to the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party for May 31. We are happy you joined us! If you are in the United States, thank you for spending your Memorial Day with us!

Featured Posts

There were three posts under consideration for Most Inspirational.

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

10 Tips to Be Positive

I found Betty’s post refreshing. For over a year, we’ve been hearing about the importance of being positive during Covid. Betty’s post reminds us that it’s important to be positive consistently regardless of Covid.

10 Cheap Gifts for Dad Who Wants Nothing

I must thank Suchot, the Curious Frugal, for these shopping tips. If you know men who say they don’t know want they want for Father’s Day or say they want nothing like I do, this post is for you.

The most popular post at the last Inspire Me Monday Linky Party was The Tree Fern Dell of Golden Gate Park.

Congratulations to all the winners!

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

Meet Your Hostesses

The linkup will be seen on five 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 Thursday 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!)





Facebook Page:



BonBon – Farmhouse 40





Nicole – Mama Of Many Blessings 






Erin – Table for SevenFacebook Pinterest

Erin – Big Green HousePinterest

Erin – Countertop CookingPinterest

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

There were 110 posts linked last week.

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

  1. Barbara Raisavljevic

    I tried to post a comment on the Hughes Views and News site post shared here, and after two attempts and two different log-ins (Facebook and then WordPress) my comment didn’t go through. I did think it was a good post and I wish I knew of a tutorial as good for switching from the WordPress Classic editor plug-in to the block editor. I once used Weebly and that system seems similar to a block editor. I didn’t like it. I’m afraid to switch because I’m not ready for a new learning curve, and I don’t want to mess up my blog. I’m wondering if anyone can suggest such a tutorial. I don’t usually get much help from the ones on the site.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Barbara,
      Thanks for your comments and your interest in Hugh’s post. He’s a friend of mine and very tech-savvy. I will contact him. Maybe he has an idea.
      Great to see you!

    • Hugh W. Roberts

      Hi Barbara, I got the comment you left on my blog post. As I moderate all comments before they appear on my posts, that’s why you won’t have seen it when you sent it. I’ve now responded to your comment. I hope my answer helps, but don’t hesitate to ask any further questions.

  2. Patrick Weseman

    Wow, that is so cool that my post was the most popular. That put a huge smile on my face. Very cool.

    Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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