Tuesday Turn About #139 March Motivation

Hello Friends and Welcome to Tuesday Turn About!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend and your week is off to a great start! We’ve had a couple of days off of school here in Connecticut and that little break has me feeling reenergized.

Over the weekend, I took a day trip to visit my daughter at UCONN and we spent an afternoon together. It felt so good to hug her! We laughed, ate, shopped, and laughed some more. We found a new Home Goods/TJ Maxx and ended up spending a little extra time there while a snow squall came through. As a result, it gave us a little extra time together, and some more time to find a few more goodies.

It was a fabulous week here at Tuesday Turn About! With March right around the corner, I am excited to share some features that are perfect for the upcoming month.

Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your creativity with us! Don’t forget to head over to Cindy’s and Julie’s blog to check out their features too!

Before I share this week’s fabulous features, I have some helpful tips for you!

Be sure to visit each blog, each week, to get some great tips for the home (and for blogging too)!

Weekly Household Tip

One simple way to make your home feel neater and cleaner is to make your bed. It sounds so simple, but it’s true! Making your bed only takes about five minutes and is absolutely free. When you make your bed each morning, it will make you feel like you have accomplished a task and make you more productive. Your bedroom will instantly look neater and more like the retreat that you want to enjoy at the end of the day.

Weekly Blogging Tip

When you are writing a tutorial for your readers, remember to write it FOR and TO them, not ABOUT you.

For example, when sharing how to sew a pillow cover, sometimes we naturally say, “First, I put the two pieces together. Next, I sewed them on the machine. Then, I turned it inside-out.” (Notice how this is written talking about “me” and what I did.)

Try writing the post for/to your readers. “First, you take two pieces of fabric and put them together. Next, you sew them on the machine. Then you turn the fabric inside-out.”

The difference will let your readers know they CAN do the project, instead of the them thinking, “Yeah, YOU can do it, but I don’t think I can.” 😉

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Tuesday Turn About Features

Set a special table for a Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner Party!

Jen from Midwest Life and Style Blog shared an Elegant Green and Gold St Patrick’s Day Tablescape that’s perfect for a festive, Irish-inspired dinner party! Wouldn’t you love to be a guest at her table?

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Refresh your kitchen for Spring!

Niky, from The House on Silverado, shared her Simple Spring Kitchen Decor Ideas. Her fresh spring styling ideas are so inspiring!

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A moist, rich chocolate cake? Yes, please!

Elizabeth from Pine Cones and Acorns shared Nigella Lawson’s Dense Chocolate Loaf Cake. With bittersweet chocolate, coffee, and bourbon, this cake looks absolutely divine!

Check out our Tuesday Turn About Link Party Pinterest board! All NINE featured posts are pinned to this board each week!

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  • This party is for home decor and home-related posts only (recipes, organizing, DIY, crafts, etc.). Link up to 3 related posts. Please do not link up informational posts that do not relate to the topic.
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  1. Ladies, thank you for hosting an always wonderful link party And THANK You for the feature! Have a wonderful week.

  2. Leslie Watkins says:

    Love all of your tips this week! Thank you for hosting!

  3. That’s so awesome that you were able to spend time with your daughter! Family is everything

  4. Lynne, I am so honored to be included in this week’s round-up for Tuesday turn-about. Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. How nice you were able to spend time with your daughter. One-on-one time with our kids is the best! Thanks for hosting Lynne and enjoy the rest of the week.

  6. Lynne,
    Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by!!
    Thanks again for hosting this lovely party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it is greatly appreciated!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  7. Rachel - Tea and Forget-me-nots says:

    Really good idea about making the blog a ‘you’ rather than ‘I’, thanks for sharing!

  8. Thanks so much for hosting and for the sweet invite. I’ve been a little behind this week, but I made it just under the wire! Yay!!

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