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Monday Blog Linkies

Monday Blog Linkies

Blog linkys, hops, parties - whatever you want to call them! - are a great way of connecting with other bloggers and becoming a real part of the blogging community. Here are a bunch of linkys you can get involved with on Thursdays.

For other days of the week, please check out my Connecting With Linkies post.

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Anything Goes
Open: 12:05am Monday - 7pm Friday
Rules: Link up to three posts, old or new, add the badge, and comment on at least the host posts and two others.
Other: Share your link on Twitter with @dementedjan and @randommusings29 with the hashtag #AnythingGoes for a retweet.

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Big Pink Link
Open: 9am Monday - until there are 75 links
Rules: Link up to three posts, old or new, add the badge, and comment on at least the host posts and the post before yours including the hashtag #bigpinklink.
Other: Favourite posts are featured. Share your link on Twitter with @pinkpearbear@ThisMumsLife@AgentSpitback, and @TheOrdinaryMum with the hashtag #bigpinklink for a retweet.

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Creative Mondays
Open: Monday
Rules: Link up your creative posts, add the badge or a backlink, follow your host, and visit a couple of other linkers.
Other: Share your link on Twitter tagging @clairejustineo with the hashtag #CreativeMondays for a retweet. Favourite posts are featured.
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Good Morning Mondays
Open: Monday - all week
Rules: Link up as many family friendly posts as you like, add the badge, and engage with some other links.
Other: N/A
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From the Mouths of Babes
Open: 6am Monday - 11pm Friday
Rules: Link up your posts, old and new, about things your children say. Add the badge and comment on other posts.
Other: Share on Twitter with the hashtag #ftmob for a retweet.
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Marvellous Mondays
Open: Monday 6am - 11:55pm
Rules: Link up to two posts, old or new (excepting other linkies), and add the badge to the posts or your sidebar. Comment on at least one of the host posts, the post before yours, and one other, using the hashtag #MavMondays.
Other: Tweet your link to @MyPetitCanard, @helloarchie_, and @backwithabump_ with the hashtag #MarvMondays for a retweet.
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Maternity Mondays
Open: Monday
Rules: Link up your pregnancy, baby and maternity posts, add the badge, and comment on the hosts' posts and at least two others.
Other: Tweet your link on Twitter with the hashtag #MaternityMondays for a retweet.
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Over the Moon
Open: Monday - Thursday
Rules: Link up to three posts, add the badge, and share the party on your social media.
Other: Favourite posts are featured.
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Read With Me
Open: Monday - all week
Rules: Link up your reading related posts, add the badge, and get commenting!
Other: N/A
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Please let me know if I'm missing out on any awesome Monday linkies! :)


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