Even tho I’m not all pro awards, when you are recognized, noticed, acknowledged… it can be an ‘I see you’ moment that values your very existence.
This happened when I was nominated after my post in January 2017, ‘I want to vomit’, and I have only just 3 months later realised it was sitting in my drafts unfinished.
Now, there’s a few rules that come with accepting this award, so I’ll just get over with the formalities and list them out below:
Thank the person who nominated you (thank you, you know who you are 🙂 and link to their blog: https://queertasticblog.wordpress.com/
Write a post to show your award (done)
Briefly tell people how you began blogging:
I began blogging as therapy. I had started treatment and had trouble expressing my inner feelings and thoughts verbally, finding it easier to communicate through the written word. It’s more perfect this way. I can delete and reword. There is time to reflect and process. There are less distractions. I can remain anonymous!
Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers:
- If you want others to read…tag your posts
- Make time to write
Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award (So I can’t do this as I haven’t been reading many for a while, and all the blogs I used to follow have not been blogging recently.)
- This blogger is not active under this site anymore, but if you want an amazing read it’s worth going to the beginning and reading her story. Captivating. I hope if you read this, you are finding meaning and living with more peace… and writing!!! https://fifty2letters.wordpress.com/
- My quiet roar: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/26521424
- Shawn L. Bird https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/84098
Let the lovelies that you’ve nominated know that they now have this shiny nomination!