Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Goin' on a blog hunt

It's kind of nice that July 1st has come and gone and we don't have to hear about the retirement of Google Reader anymore, but wait, here I am posting about it again, stay with me...

Laura Candler is hosting a Goin' on a Blog Hunt link up to help us blog lovers find new teacher blogs to follow. I already follow quite a few teacher blogs, but I'm excited to discover new ones! Head over and check out some of great blogs!


As you know, I'm a Feedly user - I love the smooth design of this reader - but I know BlogLovin has been heavily promoted. Either way I've provided easy links for both in sidebar to the right. And welcome to any new followers from the link up! Thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

  1. Where did you find the Feedly button, or did you make it? If so, can I use it?

    Diane
    Fifth in the Middle

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  2. Diane, I didn't make it (although I need to make some that go with my blog theme). Feedly has them all set up! http://www.feedly.com/factory.html

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  3. That must be something they just added. It wasn't there when I last looked. Thanks!

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  4. I don't think that my button works. Would you mind checking it on my blog?

    http://fifthinthemiddle.blogspot.com/

    Diane

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  5. I like feedly better as well. I thought I was the only one!


    Teaching in an Organized Mess

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  6. I just found you on Corkboard Connections. It's great to find another upper elementary blog. I have a Bloglovin' account so that is how I am following you. I know you are not the only one who is choosing Feedly. I think people like the way it is organized.

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  7. Hi Mary, thanks for stopping by! I started following you, on Feedly of course!

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  8. Just found your blog :) I'm your newest follower! This upcoming year will be my first in 5th. Excited to see your ideas!

    Lauren
    The Sweetest Thing
    Follow me on Bloglovin'!

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  9. Hi Lauren, how exciting to move up to one of the best grades! I look forward to reading about your adventures with the big kids ;)

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