Leave a comment if you're joining us for the 12 Week Blog Shape Up Plan

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I'm looking forward to participating & getting my blog in shape :)

I'm on board!

 

-KerrieLynn of KLs Cupboard

I'm in, too! :) 

 

My blog is 2 years old, but I'm excited to get it back into shape!!

My blog could use a jolt of energy and attention. I'm in!
I'm in!

This is great! I look forward to following each of the steps and challenges.

http://betterinbulk.net

I am joining!!  I would love to learn new things

Just found this and jumping in.  My blog is fairly new so I'm still learning the ropes and shaping the direction of my blog.  Looking forward to shaping up :)

 

http://rachelsgiveaways.blogspot.com

Im am thinking  about it. I hesitate because we are mid school year and I am a homeschooler... another part time job=)
I told my blog it needs to shape up or ship out. So we are signing up!
I'm excited to learn how to make my blog better!

I just want to say how powerful it has been to analyze what was most popular on my blog. It is going to lead to a change in what I post about starting next month.

 

Jeanine

http://dressmytruth.blogspot.com

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