#BeInspired by Christmas Week

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christmas cookies recipe

It is the last #BeInspired of 2016 and what a year it has been.  Here at Tots 100 we really enjoy the round up posts and linky’s.  It is a great way to find new blogs on interesting topics. At the start of the month we asked for posts on adding hygge into your home.  

Kids of the Wild linked up a couple of posts including Wild Kids rock – 11 reasons to get into the wild NOW.

We also had some yummy recipes added including this caramel hazelnut tart & hygge from My Danglish Family who also explains what hygge means to them and how they embrace it into their family. 

If you haven’t linked up to #BeInspired before, every fortnight we ask you to share your blog posts, old and new, based on a topic. It’s a great way of sharing some of your posts and also finding new blogs to read- do make sure that you click on a few other posts linked up as you may find a new favourite read! Leaving comments is nice too as it makes us all feel our posts are reaching people.

For this last #BeInspired of the year we welcome your posts on how you prepare for Christmas.  This term we have finished early and many of us will have excitable children at home that we need to keep busy for a whole week until the big day!  Therefore we are looking for suggesting on how to fill the days this week.  What are your Chrisstma traditions? What plan do you make for Christmas week?

Our#BeInspired linky stays open for a fortnight so do share as many posts as you like, and make sure you come back later to see what other posts have been added. It’s a great way of finding out about blogs you might not have read before.


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