What is a meme? If you spend anytime browsing homeschool or Christian blogs you’ve probably seen Marriage Monday, Wordless Wednesday or Thankful Thursday. These are memes (pronounced like theme with an m) a meme is an idea that is shared and passed from blog to blog.
I was looking through all the memes by day and was having a hard time keeping them straight, so I complied a list of those I would like to take part in (those suitable for Christian homeschool moms) and made a linked scrapbook page. Proving that:
1. I’ll scrapbook anything.
2. I get confused easily and need everything in one place. You may want to bookmark this page to have all links to all your memes in one place.
Blog Meme List by Daily Themes
This is a quick reference meme list for daily themes (I’ll be adding another list soon for general memes not categorised by day). Visit the blog meme hub for details or to grab required code or sign up.
Super Simple Spiritual Sunday This is a great place to start. No brain work or study involved. Simply keep track of blog post you enjoied during the week and post the list on Sunday with this pretty and yellow image and go to Heartofwisdom.com/blog to post your link. Make it seven links and you can also joinSunday Seven below (2 birds, 1 stone!)
Sunday Seven: Share your joys, your blessings and your burdens. List seven things going on in your life this week. Go back to the hub and comment on the current week’s thread so that other Sunday Seven’ers can visit you.
Marriage Monday: Blog about your marriage. Visit the Fruit In Season, the Marriage Monday Blog Hub for weekly marriage themes. This site uses Auto-Linkies for anyone interested in posting a lengthy answer to the questions posed for each Marriage Monday. Bloggers can link their name and website directly to the Marriage Monday post for that week. Comments are welcome as well.
Meal Plan Monday. Plan your menu each week with others by joining Laura, the passionate organizer at http://orgjunkie.blogspot.com.
Tuesday In Other Words: Christian Women Online give you a quote to make you think (and write about). Copy the current quote and use it as a journal writing prompt for your blog entry on Tuesdays. Add your URL to theMr. Linky’s auto links when your post is ready on Tuesday.
Tackle it Tuesday: Celebrate little steps of victory in your house work. Each Tuesday mom’s post a before and after pictures of a project or trouble area that they tackled that week. The project can be little or big – whatever you want. Basically it is about giving incentive, deadlines and satisfaction in getting our household tasks done.
Works for Me Wednesday: Wednesday you post a little tip you’ve learned–whether on parenting, or cleaning, or computers…basically anything that has “worked for you” in making your life easier. You post a link back to WFMW post, and enter your link in the “Mr. Linky” form at the bottom of the Rocks in My Dryer list.
Word Filled Wednesday: The purpose of Word filled Wednesday is to share God’s word through photo’s & a verse!
Wordless Wednesday: Post an image on your blog that needs no explanation. Go to Wordless Wednesday.com and enter your link int Mister Linky’s Autolink Widget to share with other Wordless Wednesday’ers.
Thankful Thursday: Count your blessings every Thursday. What a great way to pick up your mood than to make a list of things you are grateful for. Grab the code from Sting my Heart and get added to the blogroll. (I’ve combined Thursday 13 with Thankful Thursdays by listing 13 blessings.)
Thursday Thirteen: This began as a shorter version of “100 things” every week- to help bloggers get to know fellow bloggers. In order to get on the blogroll, you need to be a Thursday Thirteen regular, and you need to have the blogroll displayed on your blog. That may lead to problems because this is not a Christian list. You can always post 13 things without joining the blogroll.
Booking Through Thursday: This is not a book review meme, it is a meme about reading. Each week visit the hub to get a questions about reading. Copy the questions, paste them into your blog and answer them. When you’re done, go back to the hub to post a comment or trackback letting everyone know so they can read your responses.
Photo Friday: A weekly challenge. Each week Photo Friday posts a photo assignment. Your mission is the creative interpretation of the week’s theme. When you’re done, post the picture you took to your website and submit your link to Photo Friday. It’s not a competition. Anyone with a camera and a place on the Internet to post pictures can participate.
Fruit of the Spirit Friday: I started this meme. You have three options. 1. Write about one of the fruits of the Spirit i.e. l ove, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness,faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. 2. Write about a person who exhibits fruit or 3. Answer the 7 discussion questions.
Don’t have a blog–If you don’t have a blog yet, then just post your answers in the comments area of the hub or start a blog here on this site–its easy and free.