There comes a time in everyone’s life when they need extra motivation and inspiration to do things and accomplish our goals. I found the inspiration for this post from a blogger in a Facebook group that I recently joined. Vashti of VeePeeJay.com wrote a post last month about blog posts that inspired her in January. The post was very informative and led me to a few of the posts in my list for February.
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5 Posts I Loved in February
The five posts below are those that I’ve read, shared, saved and researched tips [they provided] for information and more. I hope you find just as much inspiration as I found in reading them.
1. How to Create Super Share-Worthy Blog Posts | ByRegina.com
Vashti’s post led me to the wonderful blog by Regina Anaejionu of ByRegina.com. I simply love this blog! The post that inspired me provides tips and a template on how to create share-worthy content. The “How to Create Super Share-Worthy Blog Posts” post provided a how-to guide and great graphics on improving my blog content. Great job, Regina. Read her post>>HERE.
2. Lisa Nicole Bell | BeFreeProject.com
This post was inspiring because I like the way this interview series is laid out. I’m in the process of reviving my Talk Thursday interview series. This post is a great example. I like the colors, the layout and the images. Great job, Siobhan. Read her post>>HERE.
3. Yoga for Health | DivasInTransition.org
I’ve been trying to find a way to fall in love with yoga. I tried it and like it before, but now it seems to be a struggle for me to get started again. I want to be more flexible and relieve stress…and lose weight (there I said it). Yoga is perfect for all of these things. I found information and inspiration in the recent post from Divas In Transition. Read the post>>HERE.
4. Paris! My Favorite Sites in the City of Lights! | TheSophisticatedLife.com
With the weather being so cold here in Arkansas, a post about traveling is all the inspiration I need to make my list of future destinations. Nadeen did an excellent job portraying her visit to Paris. The images are great and the information and tips were top-notch. Paris has always been on my travel list. After reading this post, I moved Paris to the top of my travel “bucket list!” Read her post>>HERE.
5. On Love Letters | Michelle Shellabarger for ArkansasWomenBloggers.com
This post by Michelle provided inspiration and reprised my love for writing. It’s simple. The more I write, the happier I am. While I don’t have love letters to read, I do have old notebooks and other random things I’ve handwritten. I’m painting and writing quotes on those paintings. I will post a finished product soon. Read her post>>HERE.
As you surf the internet during March, take the time to notice what inspires you. Which posts or stories do you return to throughout the month? What storytellers or bloggers really challenge you to think deeper, or better yet DO SOMETHING?
Who or what posts gave you inspiration during February?
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