Welcome to Week 7 of the Lekker Linky, the linky party where South African bloggers from all genres are welcome to share their posts, old or new. (if this is the first time you’re thinking of joining us, here’s a post that explains why joining a linky party is an awesome idea.)
A few guidelines
1. The LekkerLinky will will be open from Monday to Friday every second week.
2. The linky will run in a two-week cycle. The first week is for linking up; the second week is to allow extra time for commenting and sharing if you didn’t do it on the day that you linked up.
3. Accessing the linky will alternate between my blog, and Carly’s (Mom Of Two Little Girls).
5. Everyone who links up will have their post commented on by at least one of the hosts.
And in case you missed it, see Carly’s post for all the guidelines + more about the linky.
Some highlights from last week’s LekkerLinky
Every new linky week, each of the hosts will give a special mention to their personal favourite post from the previous link up.
These were our favourites from week 6:
Carly chose How Not To Deal With A Distracted Child from In The Meantime, “because she was able to recognise the problems and took steps to make it better. This is all us as parents can ever do.”
Jeanette’s favourite was Money Mistake: “I didn’t take out car insurance” from Mel’s Postbox. “Insurance is sometimes seen as a grudge purchase, but it is actually a safety net for in case something goes wrong.”
And my pick from last week was Mom Just Saying’s first Afrikaans post, Skole Politiek… is dit werklik nodig?, firstly because I think it’s lovely that Marishka finally wrote her first Afrikaans post, and did a great job of it too. Also, being a homeschooling mom who hasn’t experienced school politics and mom cliques, it was an interesting read for me.
1. You may link up one post per week, old or new, it doesn’t matter.
2. Please ensure that you grab the LekkerLinky button from the sidebar of my blog, and add it in the html portion of the post you are linking up (see how to do this in my previous post).
4.You must comment on each of the host’s posts (that’s 3), plus the post linked up directly before yours (which makes 4). Any more is a bonus, and helps to spread the blog love.
4. When commenting on each other’s blog posts, please remember to use the #LekkerLinky hashtag in the comments, so we can see where you are commenting from.
5. Share the post linked up before yours (and any of the others you decide to read and share) on twitter using the hashtag #LekkerLinky and tagging the hosts again.
6. Commenting and sharing must be completed by the end of the Friday of the following week.
And now, it’s time to link up. ?