Brilliant blog posts

I was bowled over by all the link up’s last week to my new Brilliant Blog Posts linky (60 odd)-thanks SO much, I TRULY loved reading every single varied utterly ‘brilliant’, entertaining, moving and down right informative posts-what an incredible community of writers us bloggers are huh?!

It was hard to pick just three for special mentions as they were all wonderful but Mama and More’s vital post Bossy-where do you stand? on empowering young girls, not chastising when it comes to the word ‘Bossy’ is an important post to share.

Another notable post is by brilliant blogger Katie of Pouting in Heels (which got me nodding in agreement throughout) was, When it comes to other women, do you empower or compete?

Also thanks to the lovely The Boy and Me for her highly invaluable post on 10 Tips to Help Your Child When Reading A Book Together, of which I’ve implemented so much already.

Now onto this week, please do link up all the posts you want to shout about, new, old and as many as you like!

Please don’t forget to add my badge or link back at the bottom of every post you link up so others can join in too and don’t forget to comment on at least 2 other posts linked, to share the love.

As you know, posts can be of any genre: parenting, fashion, food, beauty, debate pieces…and this is not just open to parenting bloggers, everyone’s welcome so come along and if you read a post by someone else you think deserves a share, then please do tell them about my linky!

Also, if you fancy it, please do follow my Pinterest Board of the same name ‘Brilliant Blog Posts’, let me know if you want an invite, then pin your posts linked up here and any others you want to celebrate too! Simple! Plus if you tweet your post mentioning me/this linky, I will always RT too!

…I really hope you’re being stimulated and inspired by all the brilliant link up’s as you yourself are inspiring others!

Thanks!

Enjoy!

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    Ding dong – it’s midnight, and I’m in! Linked up about my Work.Life.Balance? interview series and also a post about long-haul flight essentials in case anyone is going anywhere gorgeous over Easter. I’m not, but no sour grapes here! Thanks for hosting, love this linky x

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  6. Mel

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