Welcome or welcome back to another Find Your Tribe linky. This is week #4.
It was a quiet week for the linky last week, but I know as much as anyone, how we don’t always have time to write, let alone find the time to link up! I have struggled to blog this week. My little boy was full of cold which brings with it, sleepless nights. As a single mum, I need as much sleep as I can get but then I have chronic health conditions and Chronic Fatigue on top. Add to that, my wonderful Mum who helps me, was having a well deserved week in Spain with my Dad, and you’ll see why I simply battened down the hatches and survived!
Thank you so much for your support this week. I have added all the posts to the Find your Tribe Pinterest board and if you would like to add your own posts to this board, please feel free to message me through the contact me page on here and send me your email address and I’ll add you as a collaborator.
As I mentioned last week and below, I am going to choose a post each week, to be the ‘Tribe Star’. This post will be added to the Tribe Stars Pinterest board.
This week’s ‘Tribe Star’ is Jessica from Admissions Of A Working Mother.
Her post, 10 Reasons Why Being A Working Mother Sucks Balls made me so grateful for being ill. I am fully aware that despite being unwell, if I wasn’t ill, I would have had to return to work and wouldn’t have been able to spend half as much time with my son as I do and have done, before he starts school. I had a lump in my throat, reading Jessica’s story of a working week.
If you’ve linked before and you know the score, scroll down, grab the badge and link up. If this is the first time you have linked up, please keep reading. It’s quite quick and painless I promise!
So, welcome to the fourth Find your Tribe Linky where the only criteria is that your blog was created in 2014 or later.
Why 2014 or later?
It’s hard when you are a new blogger or have a new blog. You may be nervous or unsure or just feel like a tadpole in a pond full of big fish.
This Linky is designed to help you Find your Tribe.
What is a Tribe? I’ve heard ‘your tribe’ mentioned a few times. Basically, a tribe is a group of blogging friends that you can turn to, to ask questions, for help, support and friendship with a shared interest. A tribe may help with retweets, sharing posts or a simple comment on a post that they enjoyed.
Running alongside the Linky is the Facebook group. In the Linky you will get to know people through their blog and will become familiar with names and logo’s but in the group, you’ll get to the person behind the blog and that’s the key part for building you tribe.
Each week I will feature one linked post as ‘post of the week’. If you are featured as post of the week, please click here and grab the code to add to your featured post.
I have also created a Pinterest Board that you can add all of your linked blog posts to and a separate one that I will add the weekly stars to also. If you would like to add your posts to the Find your Tribe board, I can invite you to join the board via email so please leave your email in the comments below if you would like to join.
Now all of that is out of the way, here are the Linky rules.
** You can link 1 post per week. Be sure to paste the Find your Tribe badge on the post you would like to link up (video instructions to talk you through the process here if you are unsure). It doesn’t matter what post you link. It can be a review, a rant, a family day out or any subject. Whatever inspires you. Please don’t link a post more than once though.
** Comment on my post that I will link as host.
** Comment on at least 2 other posts that are linked. The post that is linked directly before your post (or any 2 if you are first and any other that grabs your attention – support other new bloggers – it’s what this Linky is about.
It would also be great if you could share your post and the Linky (using the hashtag #FindTribe) on your social media channels to help other new bloggers find us. I will also retweet all your posts via Twitter if you mention me in your tweets @hannahspannahcb.
an example might be: I linked (short link to your post) to #FindTribe via @hannahspannahcb
Here is the badge to grab: