Well hello diary, it’s been a while!
I’ve had a busy month really; nearly 3 weeks of that was being rather unwell, which you can read Here. On a brighter note I have been pretty busy these past 2 weeks. I have been part of a movement in creating a new charity/ club in my local area, so fingers crossed we get more people coming along! 🙂
I had my first Spanish lesson in a few weeks due to illness as I mentioned above and the lesson was very productive and enjoyable, it was also nice to see my teacher again, as she is just such a lovely lady! 🙂
On the blogging front I am very excited and happy, things seem to be moving forward with gaining more people for my campaign, I have managed to secure 3 people to guest post; which I am so grateful for and excited for others to read!
I was also nominated for Leibster award and the VIP Tag I certainly enjoyed filling out the questions, and nominating others.
The Leibster Award recognises new bloggers and gives them a shout out to help boost their presence within the blogging community; as well as discovering more fantastic blogs to read!
The VIP Daily Living Tag, is a post created to ask visually impaired people questions about how they do daily tasks such as organising clothes, and what useful apps they use. It’s run by 2 lovely women, who like me, hope to raise awareness of disability!
I also wrote a post last week expressing my opinion on being an inspiration to others;I received a lovely response from friends,, family and bloggers alike 🙂 I entwined this with nominations for the Brilliance in Blogging Awards. They are still open, so you know, if you love me, you’ll vote for me in the inspire category 😉
Friendships have been developing and blossoming online over these past few weeks, isn’t it funny how at one time, all friendships started with a hello from a stranger,,,
The Tribe that i’m a part of has really lifted my spirits, we are all supporting each other on this blogging journey, and it’s great because not only do we share tips and content, but a solid foundation is forming and we are really becoming friends! It’s just a pity we are all at separate parts of the country!
I have also been talking to a few people online, and our friendships’ are flourishing too!
*I’ve justrealised i’ve been using a lot of Spring – like adjectives in this post.*
Although I have explained how productive my week has been I think i’m going to include a little gratitude list at the end of the week, just to round up, and remind me why I was particularly grateful for those specific things.
Gary, – my blogging life wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for him!
* Tea – Tea makes me warm inside and is a comfort to me.
* Cake – Cake, cake, cake, cake, cake; unless you’re allergic to eggs, who doesn’t love cake?
*My Tribe – You Tribesters are amazing and never fail to make me smile!
Friendships – Friendships in general, the old, that I am forever grateful for, and the new ones I am forming.
*My iPhone – Not only does it give me a chance to communicate with the outside world, because of it’s amazing Voice-Over software, but the cool things it does: such as shortcuts!
*The internet – i’m grateful for you Mr Internet; withoutyou I wouldn’t be blogging, making new friends, and listening to great songs:)
* RNLI – The most important one of all! I’m not going to going to very much detail here, but all I can say is without the emergency services of the coastguards, things could be very very different right now!
I hope you have had a good few weeks, and I look forward to checking in with you on a more regular basis!
Much love, Sassy