December 14, 2014

Mingle Monday Blog Link-Up!

How was your weekend, y'all?
After how crazy busy last week was, I gladly welcomed a much more relaxed weekend with open arms. We went to a musical, spent time with family, went to Zumba, ate at one of our favorite Mexican restaurants, and did a lot of lounging. Let me just tell you... it was heaven.

Last week all of you were a part of a record breaking Mingle Monday with more participants than we've ever had. I can't thank each and every one of you who posted, tweeted, and sent up smoke signals inviting friends to join us. Please keep it up - it means the world! Let's get to some blog networking action going shall we?

Coming up this week...

+ my chewy ginger molasses cookies recipe
+ an inside scoop on our upcoming Christmas adventure (!!!)
+ a guest post from my favorite health/wellness guru
+ so much more!

   

HOW TO MINGLE

 ** Only 3 easy rules - that's all I ask! **


1) Link-up your blog below.

2) You must share a link to Mingle Monday on your post or the Mingle Monday photo.
 
3) Answer the weekly question in the comments section below and have FUN!
 
** What is your favorite holiday movie? **

(Mine is a toss up between The Grinch (Jim Carey) or Love Actually!)


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30 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! I love the Grinch and Elf but, my absolute favorite would be Miracle on 34th Street!

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  2. ClairejustineoDecember 15, 2014

    Great films!! I love these and my favourite one is Muppet's Christmas carol ( one I have watched for around 20 years with my children ) :)

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  3. Muppet's Christmas Carol or Home Alone!

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  4. My favourite is definitely Love Actually! Thanks for hosting Meg!
    xo, Laura
    laurasbestlife.com

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  5. I like the movie The Holiday (it's one of my favorites overall, and since it happens during the holidays, I'd say it counts haha)

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  6. The Grinch for sure!

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  7. Miracle on 34th Street, the original edition is my all time fav, but call it Christmas movie and I love it.

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  8. iris popescuDecember 15, 2014

    I really love the "Ultimate Gift and Ultimate Life", you should definitely watch these, they are very fulfilling! :)

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  9. Sam @ reddyorknot.blogspot.comDecember 15, 2014

    I'm such a sucker for Elf!!

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  10. Christmas Vacation with the Griswolds!

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  11. Ahh great choice! Old school or new school version?

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  12. I LOVE the Muppet's Christmas Carol. My hubby and I have been craving watching that!

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  13. i love all of those! We just watched Home Alone 1&2 last week and were cracking up. So. Much. Goodness.

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  14. Love Actually - Yes, yes, yes! So great! You are very welcome - I love hosting! Thanks for coming.

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  15. Such a classic! Do you like both the cartoon and the Jim Carey version?

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  16. Yes, the cartoon Grinch is definitely a great classic - love it!

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  17. Hahaha! I'm the same way - I love all Christmas movies!

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  18. I haven't seen either of these, but I will add them to my list! :)

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  19. Hahaha, yes me too! I went to an Elf quote-along last week and loved every hilarious minute of it.

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  20. YES! My family HAS to watch this at least one time (if not several) right after Thanksgiving dinner! :)

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  21. Brianne BraccoDecember 15, 2014

    Christmas Vacation hands down is our favorite this time of year. So much so that I always quote it and my in laws call me "Aunt Bethany" LOL...we even have a Christmas Vacation village in our house. :)

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  22. I am usually against remakes but, in the case, the new school!

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  23. MMMM Mexican! Weekends are always made that much better when Mexican food is involved:)

    Hope you have a good week!

    Cheers,
    Alyson

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  24. Elf...hands down! "Santa!!! I know him!" :)

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