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31 Days Of My Favorite Links {October1-31}

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There is a 31 Days Linky going on.  Have you heard about it yet?  The goal is to blog each day for the 31 days in October about something you love or are most passionate about.

I pondered.  I wondered.  What am I most interested in these days?  Gluten-free eating?  Preparing for Christmas?  Celebrating Fall?  Creating the new meal routine for our family?  Greek Food?  Art Journaling?  Bible Study?  Blogging?  Photography?

Then it hit me  ~  ALL OF THE ABOVE!  I have so many interests that I decided to simply share them all with you! 

As often as I can this month, I will be sharing a few of my favorite links with you so that you too can follow your interests.  Today is the kickoff!

Here is the link for the 31 Days list of bloggers.  Hop over to see the wide variety of blogging ideas for you to follow for the next month.   Maybe you want to join in too?

Happy October 1st!

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  1. What an awesome idea. Love your button.

  2. This sounds like an idea I will love. Personal recommendations are always welcome.

  3. Misty
    Great idea, look forward to being introduced to new blogs:)


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