Friday, November 25, 2016

Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party

Welcome to Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party #72!

To our U.S. bloggers, Happy Gratitude Day! 

Show us your old posts and more on Traffic Jam Weekend!
Come on in to link up, share, and learn something with us.

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Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party at Being A Wordsmith

For any newcomers to Traffic Jam Weekend, this weekly linky party is all about linking up your old posts so you can get some new comments and traffic.
To the frequent TJW visitors, thanks for always linking up.


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The bloggers bringing this fabulous party to you:







These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #71...


Fashion Blog Traffic Strategy: My Journey to 10,000 Unique Visitors in 3 Months from Elegantly Fashionable


Gail chose Fashion Blog Traffic Strategy: My Journey to 10,000 Unique Visitors in 3 Months from Elegantly Fashionable. "Very interesting read from a blogger."



Kimberly chose Hamilton Surprise Wedding Rap Song from Gigi Eats Celebrities. "If you read GiGi's blog, you know that she is quite the firecracker. Her website and YouTube channel are filled with videos of her having a great time. So to see her new husband surprise her at their wedding reception (two weeks ago!) with a rap of their love story is priceless. They are truly soul mates."

Self-Medicating - A Confession from The Qwiet Muse

Reuven chose Self-Medicating - A Confession from The Qwiet Muse. "Crystal has shared a personal, insightful and helpful story about self-medicating that we can all learn and benefit from. A truly enjoyable read!

How to Bullet Journal in a Planner by Mom's Small Victories


Evelyn chose How to Bullet Journal in a Planner by Mom's Small Victories. "I am all about learning new ways to use my planner. #planneraddict"


I Wrote You a Letter by The Qwiet Muse

Mari chose I Wrote You a Letter by The Qwiet Muse. "Because it can speak to anyone. We all want to have someone in our lives to reach out to."


The A+ Toddler by Daily Dump, Life Is a Shit Show


The post with the most views was The A+ Toddler by Daily Dump, Life Is a Shit Show.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for hosting and I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.

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