Don’t ask me why. These are some of my favorite things. It’s not the life I thought it would be, but I’ll be alright, I know I will be. So long to circumstance~ Beth Hart
I’ve seen the same awards going around and around, so I thought, why not make my OWN award!! I’ve recently come to know quite a few folks from around these parts who have smaller blogs than mine, many with much LARGER blogs, but I thought it would be fun to nominate people who have a smaller following that you. If you have 1,500 followers and want to recognize someone with 1,000, then go for it! The spirit of this award is really blogs with smaller readership that you would like to help them get more eyes on them. I’m going to nominate those with only 400 or less following. If you are award free, I do respect that! That being said, new blogs, this is an excellent way to see other people and get noticed so I hope you will all use it to your best ability.Therefore, I, Anna from The Self-Actualized Life do hereby bestow the Favorite New Blog Award.
The rules: Answer the questions, nominate 10 other bloggers who have smaller blogs than you do. In the spirit, try to keep it as those with less than 400-500 followers. I hope you enjoy the awards! Find new blogs! No matter how big or small you are, connecting is important! The picture I used, a hammock on a beach, would be my happy place!
- What is your happy place?
2. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
3. What is your passion in life?
4. Who are your favorite people in the world? (family, children, parents, etc)
5. What would you consider the philosophy of your life?
Someone once told me I hit hard with the questions (here is where I talked about it) so I hope you like answering them. Be sure to link back to their about page so they know they’ve been awarded. Thank whomever awarded you the award. Be sure to look at their nominees also. Connect away! If you aren’t sure how to hyperlink yet (don’t worry it took me way longer than I’d be willing to admit myself!), look at the top of your post, past the media box, the paragraph/heading sizing, the bold, italics, and paragraph. There’s a little chain. Click on it, put the link to their URL, click the open in a new box box (follow me?), then insert what you want the text to say. For instance, instead of https://annalevensontherapy.wordpress.com we will now see Levenson Counseling. Go it? 😀
My nominees are in no particular order:
Congratulations to these blogs. They have some great stuff and a nice variety. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I do!
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Since I have so desperately missed psychology, I have decided to add tele-therapy sessions to my repertoire and you can find that webpage at Self-Actualization Therapy. It will be more clinical psychology and less personal but I would LOVE to see you all there!!