Stress-Free Thanksgiving: Get Inspired

| November 10, 2012 | 2 Comments

Earlier this week, I talked a little about the blogging event I was participating in with The NY Melrose Family. Well, today is its blog hop!

Are you familiar with a blog hop? It’s kind of like a blog party where you — my darling, dear readers — are encouraged to go hop around the blogs and leave a little comment love. You can also leave a link to your Thanksgiving posts below too. I swear, this is all in good fun. So enjoy!

Now, onto the blog hop …


We are so excited that you joined us for the Thankful Series! If you missed a post be sure to check them out and be ready to get inspired!

Sunday, November 4th Uncommon Designs – Felt Thanksgiving Placemat

Monday, November 5th Cheerios & Lattes – DIY Thanksgiving Tree

Tuesday, November 6th Mom on Timeout – Ten Tips for Organizing the Holidays

Wednesdays, November 7th Crazy for Crust – Coconut French Silk Pie

Thursday, November 8th Sarah’s Cucina Bella - Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Bacon, Onions & Cranberries

Friday, November 9th Live Laugh Rowe – Thankful Printable

So, now that you’ve had a chance to catch up are you ready to meet some fabulous ladies?! The Thankful for Our Community Hop is all about finding your new favorite ladies. I have always loved our community because of how supportive everyone is of one another. The sweet comments that people have left have often brought a smile and sometimes even a tear to my face. I want all of us to have the opportunity to be inspired and meet some new ladies in the process. So let’s get the party started! The rules are simple.

  • Please stop by and follow your hosts through your favorite form of social media.
  • Leave a sweet comment on the two blogs before you.
  • Have fun and feel free to make as many new friends as possible!


Category: Celebrate, Stress-Free Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving

About the Author ()

Sarah Walker Caron is a writer, editor and recipe developer who loves to create delicious recipes the whole family can enjoy together. Her work has appeared in countless publications including iVillage, BELLA NYC Magazine, Yum for Kids magazine and more. She lives in Maine with her two food-loving kids.

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  1. Hi Sarah! Great to meet you from the blog hop. I’m following you via G+ now. I’m off to poke around your lovely blog…

    Happy weekend,
    <3 Christina

  2. Kate says:

    Can’t wait to get hopping!

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