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Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

Happy New Year and welcome to a new year of Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81 sharing.

With a new year, we welcome new projects, new ideas and new visitors to our link party.

Here is the last week of 2020’s party, TTA 80 if you would like to visit again.

Carol’s Blogger Tip

This week’s first blogger tip of the year is about analyzing your blog and how to address problems.

Over the past few weeks, I examined the changes I made in 2020. Then I looked at the items that I need to focus on in 2021.

Do you analyze your blog numbers? What is working, what’s not? How do you do that? One of my go~to people for blog analysis is Jennifer Grayeb of The Nimble Co. She recently published an article about “7 Reasons Your Website’s Rankings Have Reduced“. It’s not long, but very insightful.

Bottom~Line: Check out this article. It will give us valuable information.

Here’s a little trivia question: Can you spot the change I made on this page? Let me know in the comments.

Now, let’s see what your hostesses have been up to this week.

Carol at Bluesky at Home

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

9 Simple Ideas to Set Up Your Planner | 11 Blog Changes from 2020

Michelle at Thistle Key Lane

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

Transitioning From Holiday To Winter Decor | Decorating With Plates Simple and Easy

Julie at My Wee Abode

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

FREE 2021 Watercolor Calendar | 5 Easy Steps to Create Candle Rings


Let’s take a look at this week’s features.

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

Are you ready to look forward to 2021? These projects will give you some inspiration.

This wreath is my winter wreath inspiration. I have a boxwood wreath that is now Christmas~bare and ready for a new look. This wreath from Julie of Restyle Relove is perfect for the cold months.

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

This simple olive wreath was used for Christmas but definitely lends itself toward winter with a few adjustments. Karen of The Style Sisters shared the process of creating it and different ways to use it.

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

During the cold winter months, a cozy table is the place to be. Niky of The House on Silverado creates a warm tablescape that will keep everyone inside.

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81

Now take a look at the features that Julie and Michelle have chosen.

Tuesday Turn About Link Party 81


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  1. Happy New Year, Carol, here’s to a much better 2021! Thanks for the blogging tip links, popping over to see those next. To answer your question…is it that you changed your blog header?

    1. Marie, yes, you are right. I just wanted a little change and the opportunity to use a new font that I bought at Creative Fabrica. I really like it. Thanks for noticing.

  2. Carol, wishing you all the best in the new year. Like you, I thrive on organization, and use a month-at-a-glance planner, plus desktop and phone calendars for appts and birthday reminders. As for my blog, I recap each year with category collages before I bind it in a yearbook fashion (shared at #15). I enjoy seeing all different ways we each create and keep our lives organized. Thank you hosting this party this past year and sharing all those ideas.

    1. Rita, what a great idea. You should write a post about how you do it. Planning takes work, but it really pays off. Happy New Year to you, sweet friend.

  3. Happy New Year! Looking forward to all the fresh new projects in 2021 – thanks for hosting!