Link Up Your Post with Turn It Up Tuesday #25

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The 25th week of Turn It Up Tuesday is here! !

Last week, we had another record-breaking week with 218 linkups! Thanks so much to my fellow hosts and our March team and to all of you for making every week so successful!

Thank you so much to all those who have participate each week and for those new to Turn It Up Tuesday – Welcome!

Turn It Up Tuesdays is all about being happy, excited, energetic…and having fun! Link up your favorite posts and meet some awesome bloggers in return! Link up your funny stories, DIY posts, recipes, mommy moments — anything at all, as long as it is family-friendly. We want to laugh, be entertained, be inspired, and have a good time!

Welcome our hosts!

TUT hosts

Now welcome our new guest hosts!

March 2014 co-hosts

Interested in co-hosting? If you are interested, please complete this form. Monthly co-hosts will be chosen on a first come first-serve basis. We’re now accepting co-hosts for August & September. Co-hosts will receive free ad space on Epic Mommy Adventures for 60 days!

And here are the Featured posts from last week!

eggs in a muffin pan

Stephanie chose Eggs On The Go! from Organizer By Day. “These look delicious, are high in protein, super easy to make, and can also be made ahead of time for a quick breakfast on the mornings we are running late. I will be trying these for sure!”


Jessica chose Teach your son to be a Gentleman, please. from Living in Mommywood. “As a mommy of 2 boys, I wholeheartedly agree! I hardly see “gentlemen” in today’s world. When I was “dating” a guy would get awesome points from me by opening doors, pulling chairs, etc. It felt good and made me feel like a “lady”. So, as a mommy, it is something I teach my boys to be good “gentlemen” to ladies. It’s good manners and something our world needs more of :).”

strawberry lemon bar

Cathy chose Strawberry Lemon Squares from Organizer by Day. “I love anything lemon and lemon squares are at the top of the list! I never thought to add jam to them; awesome idea! I can’t wait to try this recipe!”


April chose Back to Basics: Herbs & Spices from Budget Girl. “I’m working to build up my spice cabinet after my move across country. These are some great tips to remind me what I should focus on to make sure my dishes come out delicious.”


Kimberly chose 71 Sites for Monetizing Your Blog from The Missing Niche. “Turn It Up Tuesday #24 was chock full of great posts. It was hard to pick just one! But Karen’s post hit home for me. She didn’t just provide a list of 71 sites for monetizing your blog. She compiled it into an alphabetized PDF file with her own descriptions, requirements, tips, and bullet points! She makes it so easy for you.”


Melissa chose Wonder Bread and Other Poor Life Decisions from Meltdowns, Breakdowns, and Time-outs. “This piece had me laughing from beginning to end, shaking my head in agreement, thinking, “This woman is my kindred spirit.” It’s the brutal honesty of parenting – do we even know what we are doing and are we screwing up our children forever? – blended with the humor that the experience can only bring us if we let it. Definitely one to make you remember that you’re not doing as badly as you might think.”

womens history month

Stacey chose Women’s History Month – Role Models past, present & future from Looking on the Sunnyside. “I am always so intrigued by stories of powerful women, mostly because while growing up I was told constantly about the differences of men and women, women always being made to sound less than me. As I got older, I realized that the women could be equally as strong and successful as men and sometimes even more so. I want so much for my daughter to have that strength to be able to accomplish her dreams as she grows into adulthood…something that took me well into my 30’s to realize that I had that strength!”


Natasha chose When a 4 yr. Old Drops the F-Bomb from Forever Fitting In. “I just laughed the entire time reading this post, just thinking about all of the instances that my son has dropped not only the F-bomb but some other colorful words as well. Many of us have, and many of us still have to go through, this experience. Great post!”


The post with the most clicks was Peanut Butter Apple Crisp from The Pinterested Parent.

If you were featured above, feel free to share the badge below with pride on your blog or website!

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And the Best of the Best is…

womens history month

Women’s History Month – Role Models past, present & future from Looking on the Sunnyside


71 Sites for Monetizing Your Blog from The Missing Niche

As the Best of the Best, you win free ad space on Epic Mommy Adventures for 60 days! Please showcase the badge below with pride on your blog!

Natasha will be in touch to provide you with all the details!


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So now that you’ve seen the Featured and the Best of the Best and met our hosts and co-hosts,

let’s get started!

  • Show some love to your hosts and co-hosts simply by following them on social media and leaving a comment so they can follow you back.
  • Link up as many posts as you’d like! The more, the merrier!
  • Check out some of the other posts and make some new friends!

Grab the button below and showcase on your sidebar! Invite your fellow bloggers to join the fun!

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Link up your posts, make some friends, and earn the chance to be featured or become the Best of the Best on Turn It Up Tuesdays! We will feature the favorite posts each week!


Interested in reading all of the Featured Posts on Turn It Up Tuesdays? Or want to know if your post was featured before we go live next week? Then, check out my Pinterest board! Follow Natasha Peter’s board Featured on Turn It Up Tuesdays! on Pinterest.

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