Blog hops / Link ups / Linky are essentially collection of blog posts by various bloggers.  They are a great way to explore the world vicariously!  Check out the following blog hops that we participate in:


by Mummy Travels and Wander Mum

My Favourite Trip

by Our Seaside Baby

Fearless Family Travel

by Wandermust Family


Bumble Bee Mum is part of the following blog communities:


  • We would love it if you’d consider joining #TheWeeklyPostcard travel blog linkup too. 🙂 It’s open for 48 hours every weekend (Singapore time: 3am Saturday morning to 3am Monday morning).

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Hi Linda, yes I have been seeing The Weekly Postcard around and would love to join. Just that weekends are always so packed with visits to grandparents and family outings, every time I have time to sit down on Monday morning to work on my laptop, The Weekly Postcard is over already. 🙁

  • changer says:

    Aaah it looks like that i’m a bit late before Christmas. So Weekly Postcards are over already. So so…

  • Natalie says:

    I’m new to the link up and blog hop idea! This looks like fun and I’m happy to have found you. Thanks for the information!

    I blog about traveling with the kids and making it educational. The whole world is a classroom and we love taking the kids to places besides the usual ‘kid’ things like zoos and children’s museums.

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Nice to meet you! Your kids are lucky to have an educator as their mom and geologist as their dad (wow!). I can just imagine the tons they can learn from your family travels! 🙂

  • Alex says:

    Hi Bumblebeemum,
    My wife and me are big fans of your blog. Your unique perspective on everyday life in Japan really makes us feel like we’are there.
    I’m writing to you today about an issue that I’m confident will be of interest to your readers: a technological development in tsunami and flood preparedness that could save countless lives when the next big one hits.
    Japan is known to be the most tsunami-prepared nation in the world. Yet the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami claimed the lives of more than 15,000 people in the country and had devastating consequences for society at large.
    I have developed an app with experts from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that will alert users the moment significant tsunami activity has been detected, and that will enable flood victims to quickly and efficiently seek emergency assistance.
    When a tsunami is approaching, TheTsunami app will let users know the height and speed of the wave, provide a countdown to the estimated moment of impact and give them personalized escape routes.
    It will also connect flood victims with all relevant emergency professionals in the vicinity. The technology will work even when GPS signals are at their weakest.
    For more details, please check out our site and our page
    We have already signed a memorandum of understanding to gain access to the NOAA’s network of buoys, and have established a comprehensive servers’ development plan. All we need now to make TheTsunami app a reality is to gather funds required to secure access to the buoy network and to fine-tune the server.
    To raise the remaining funds, we’ll be launching a Kickstarter campaign on February 15.
    To learn more, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
    I hope that you’ll support our campaign, and that you yourself will download the app as soon as it’s been launched.
    Founder of TheTsunami app

  • Thank for including our City Tripping link up. Love reading your posts!

  • Thanks for adding #fearlessfamtrav to your linky list!

  • Ian says:

    Thanks for this section, it will help us to share our blog that can help you users.

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