Thriving Thursday 6/12/13

It’s time for Thriving Thursday :)

Thriving Thursday is back this week.  One of the things I love most about hosting Thriving Thursday (along with the wonderful community, and the great posts I get to discover each week), is that I get to introduce you to bloggers and posts that you may not otherwise have come across. That is such a joy, so here are the featured posts this week:

1. Darby Dugger brings us “First Fruits or Leftovers” Does your husband get your best or your leftovers?  Definitely something to think about.

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2. I’ve just recently “met” Nan from Mom’s The Word, but she is so sweet and has a great blog, and this week brings us some practical homemaking tips with “10 Ways to Keep Housework From Taking All Day

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Thriving Thursdays is a link up for family-friendly bloggers, who are choosing to THRIVE in their lives. It’s a place for us to encourage and inspire one another to live life to the fullest–in Jesus Christ. Link up your posts about thriving–in marriage, faith, parenting, homemaking, relationships, in the kitchen, in frugality.

Everything we do can be a ministry and worship to our Lord. Link up as many posts as you want, and I hope that you’ll take the time to visit some other participants as well.

I am so blessed by the posts you all share! I really look forward to seeing all of the encouragement shared here each week. Keep it coming! Sometimes I highlight posts here, and I also pin my favorites to the Thriving Thursdays Pinterest Board.


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    • Crystal says

      Meghan, you’re right in that I don’t personally wear skirts-only right now, but I have been looking forward to your series and have enjoyed your posts. Blessings to you!

  1. says

    Thank you for your sweet words, Crystal, and thank you for featuring my “10 Ways To Keep Housework From Taking All Day” post! I am honored, my friend. Thanks for hosting today!

    • Crystal says

      Yes, Tanya, it is a great way to network! I have “met” some great bloggers through link-ups. Thank you for participating :)

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