Through blogging, I have seen so many blogs that are extremely well written. Not only do the bloggers write well grammatically, but they also have important things to say. Before I started blogging, I didn’t really understand what was so great about it. However, I’ve come to realize that some bloggers, the ones that are the best, know how to write blogs that are interesting, important, and intelligently written.
There are a lot of blogs that mean a lot to me, but there are a few in particular that have really helped me realize that I am not alone in my struggles. For those blogs, I have decided to create my own blogging award. I invite you to nominate bloggers that you think deserve this award. This award is for bloggers and blogs that are well written and have helped us realize that we are not alone in our struggles:
Here are the rules for the givers of the reward:
1.) Tell the person why you think their blog deserves “The Quotable Blogger Award”.
2.) Let the person know that you’ve nominated them.
3.) Place the image of the award on your blog.
Here are the rules for the receivers of the award:
1.) Thank the person who nominated you.
2.) Nominate whoever you feel deserves the award.
3.) Link back to the person who nominated you.
Here are the people I nominate:
1.) Mary (marysaverageadventures.wordpress.com). Mary, your blog has helped me realize that I’m not alone in my struggles with anxiety. You have been so kind to me and your blog has shown your effort to overcome your fears. Thank you for sharing your experiences! You have so many important things to say!
2.) Pippa (theothersideofp.wordpress.com). Thank you, Pippa, for all the great quotes you post and showing me that I am not alone. You have a way of being able to find the perfect quotes to inspire me as well as help me realize that so many others struggle with what I for many years, thought I was alone in dealing with.
3.) Elle (thepersistentplatypus.wordpress.com). Elle, you’ve shown that it is possible to get through our anxiety. You’ve also listed ways to do this.
4.) italianhurricane.wordpress.com. I’m sorry if I missed your name on your blog. You write so wonderfully and you always have something important to say! Your blog is so professional and I love how you have so many different topics to choose from!
5.) Izzy (anxiousizzy.wordpress.com). Izzy, you write so well and share your experiences with anxiety. Thank you for allowing others to share your struggles and success.
6.) Jennifer (www.youngandtwenty.com). There are so many times when you have wonderful things to say. Your blog is a great source of inspiration and motivation. Thank you!
7.) Sarah (mssarahashley.wordpress.com). I’m guessing your name is Sarah (sorry if I got that wrong!). You have so many important things to say and you posted my favorite quote, “I am stronger than this challenge. And this challenge is making me even stronger”.
8.) Becky (soundhippy.wordpress.com). Thank you so much for sharing your experiences with anxiety with all your readers. You have helped me know that I am not alone!
**There are so many blogs that I enjoy reading. Thank you to everyone who has ever posted a positive comment, “liked” my posts, or followed my blog. Thank you, also, to those who have shared your experiences with anxiety and other issues with others. What you have to say is important.