Blogger Recognition Award

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Thank you to Caron Bull of Diminishing Thoughts for the nomination. I am honoured, delighted and surprised to be receiving a nomination for this Blogger Recognition Award

The recipients of this award, if they should choose to accept it, must do the following:

1. Select 15 other blogs you want to give this award to. Do some digging if you must! Find those blogs. You cannot nominate yourself or the person who has nominated you.

2. Write a post to show off your award! Give a brief story of how your blog got started, and give a piece or two advice to new bloggers. List who nominated you in your post. Make sure to attach the award yourself!

3. Comment on each blog to let them know you’ve nominated them. Provide a link to your award post.

4. Provide a link to the original post on Edge of NightThis way, anyone can find the original post if needed, and we can keep it from mutating and becoming confusing!

How I got Started:

I had been diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary artery hypertension in 2012, which subsequently led to a tweak in my lifestyle and I needed a new focus. I have always been an avid reader and decided a blog would give me the opportunity to share what I read and get on the soapbox about other things that are on my mind. My first post went live on 30th December 2012, at which time I had no idea what direction my blog was going to take.

Advice:

Write about things that light your fire, post regularly and treat bloggers/readers in a way you would like to be treated. Let your blog evolve to reflect you.

For the Blogger Recognition Award, I nominate:

1. lowcountrybooklover
2. Book Bunny
3. mediatingmummy
4. Coffeeholic Bookworm
5. Rosie Amber
6. SVM & TB Stories
7. The Book Venom
8. Lectito Read Often
9. Addlepates and Book Nerds
10. Angry Grey Cat Reads
11. Megan Has OCD
12. Bookpeople’s Blog
13. Lynn’s Books
14. Bookdiva’s Book Reviews and News
15. A Book Beauty

15 thoughts on “Blogger Recognition Award”

  1. Thank you for the nomination and for thinking of me. It’s great that you made a positive out of a negative with your health issues.

    I was diagnosed with sjogrens syndrome 2 years ago and it has made me address many aspects of my life, diet and exercise to name a couple. It has brought new focus to my life. I don’t abuse my body anymore with processed food and toiletries loaded with nasties.

    It was a wake up call xx

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      1. Chronic health problems can really affect self esteem especially around the pre-diagnosis/diagnosis time period.(In my experience anyway)

        It’s good though that you feel positive about who you are today 🙂 Do you miss the medical field?

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      2. I have good periods and bad periods and try hard not to feel down when things aren’t good. I hate to feel like I’m having a moan, so try to find the positive when things aren’t great, even if that’s just hospital chocolate pudding and chocolate sauce. I miss the structure of my days, but not the stress. I am appreciating the opportunity I have to choose something else and I don’t know where this new journey will lead me. My life was so mapped out until I became unwell, it was scary to leave the medical field but I definitely would never go back.

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    1. Thank you, yes cats and books do go well together, but in my experience only whilst the cat is asleep, otherwise I’m subject to widespread destruction if I’m not paying them attention.

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