Hello! *waves* It’s that #DreamTeam time of week again but I’m taking a little break for this one, and so our lovely Heather of Shank You Very Much is joining up with Annette and Bridget this week as your hosts! I’ll keep it short and sweet as I’m up to my elbows in emulsion right now – wish me luck! Expect a rhyme about trying to paint a living room that contains a three and a five year old in due course! 😉
Hope you all have a fab week and I’ll see you next time!
Here’s the link up and how it works:
#DREAMTEAM LINKY RULES
1. Add one post to the #DreamTeam linky, which goes live every Tuesday morning at 6am and will close on Thursday at 9pm.
2. Add the #DreamTeam linky badge or a text link to the bottom of your linked up post. If you are adding this to a side/bottom bar or linky page, please do ensure this is clear to avoid being missed out of commenting.
4. Please comment on each of the hosts linked posts PLUS the post directly before your own (a total of 4 posts as a minimum). If the post before your own does not carry the #DreamTeam badge or text link, you are not required to leave a comment.
5. Optional. Get into the party spirit and tweet/add comments to any additional posts you have really enjoyed. Other bloggers are more likely to return the favour if you do! It’s a #winwin all round. As hosts, we will aim to retweet your posts again as we read them, as long as you have included your twitter handle in your sharing buttons.
*By linking up, you are giving us permission to send you an email and/or tweet reminder for the #DreamTeam each week.
If you are new to linkies I have written a separate post with all of the how-to stuff here which might be handy.
MY FAVOURITE POSTS FROM LAST WEEK:
I can really relate to this post and so many of the little joys that are to be found in a day at work. The things that you totally took for granted before becoming a mum – like that hot cup of tea you get to enjoy whilst catching up in the staff room, discussing something that isn’t Paw Patrol related. A great read and I think it sums up life as a working mum perfectly!
I absolutely love a good book, and every year I promise myself that I’ll read more than just the one that I manage to sneak in my case on holiday. It’s always a light-hearted romantic comedy type and pretty much always involves the leading lady ending up somewhere beautiful and idyllic. The kind of book that you can pick up, curl up with a cuppa and escape into. This sounds like exactly that type of book. Add to that the fact that it goes hand in hand with my own resolution to ditch the digital dependency this year, and this post ticks all of my boxes. I’m adding the book to my basket immediately!