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Traffic Jam Weekend #238



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The bloggers bringing this fabulous party to you:

Kimberly: Being A Wordsmith | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

Evelyn: Eclectic Evelyn | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram | YouTube | Tumblr

Tracy: View From The Beach Chair | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest

Laurie: Seeking Serenity & Harmony | Pinterest | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Fb (Homestead) | YouTube

Michelle: My Bijou Life | Instagram | Pinterest

Lisa: Lisa’s Everyday Life | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest

Natasha: Epic Mommy Adventures | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest

Deja: Breakroom Buddha | Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter

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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #237…



Tracy chose How to Make the Crochet LEGO Blanket – (With Photos!) from Craft-a-Boo. “Now is the time to start thinking Christmas. This would be a fantastic gift for any Lego fan! I am going to get started on one for my Lego maniac!”



Antionette chose Regrowing Grocery Store Vegetables from 3 Winks Design. “Because it reminded me of being in Elementary School and it’s such a fun project to do as a family.”



Kimberly chose My Family Goals from Jennifer A. Lambert. “Wow! This post really spoke to me. Jennifer laid out some truths about her upbringing that she has tried to overcome. She also listed her goals for her immediate family. They are very much aligned with how I am raising my son and what I am striving to do better with my family as a whole.”



Sonni chose 12 MONTHS OF DRINKS – PIPING HOT SUN BREWED TEA from Curly Crafty Mom. “Summer is just around the corner. I am going to try Carrie’s set up with Earl Grey, Peach Mango and Apple Cranberry teas.”



Michelle chose 99 Problems and #Fibromyalgia Is All Of Them from yadadarcyyada. “This is a topic that is near and dear to my heart being a fibromyalgia sufferer myself. I have been fortunate enough to have never been disparaged by a medical professional myself. That said, few have done much to help me either. I am finally getting some solutions to my problems, but it has taken me going outside of my health insurance network and paying specialists myself.”


Deja chose Some Books Worth Your Time from Adventures in Weseland. “This is an insightful collection of books, that genuinely educates the masses on the important human rights issues that are currently happening around the world.”



Laurie chose Easy Reusable DIY Face Shield With Cute Bow Headband from Hello Sewing. “I really liked this post. I would love to make one of these to use. I’d like it instead of my cloth mask due to my asthma, it would be easier to breathe in.”

This post also had the most views.


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Being A Wordsmith

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1 Comment

  1. Tracy, thank you for hosting. I look forward to coming back over the next few days and visiting more links. There’s always such a good variety at TrafficJamWeekend.

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