Hello lovely friends…and happy weekend!
I am excited to share something new with you all- a new series called “Blogger Love.” As a blogger, I have been so inspired by so many other women and have formed beautiful friendships. The blogging community is like no other – it is full of women who want to help each other and build one another up, people who are eager to share their ideas and experiences and not afraid to make mistakes. One of my favorite things to do is read other blogs and find something that speaks to my heart when I need it most. So, I have been inspired to share the LOVE and each weekend I will be sharing 3 lovely women and their posts that have made a difference in my week. Welcome to Volume 1
Why You Should Never Ever, Ever Compare Your Husband to Another Man by Living the Sweet Wife
Chelsea brings the issue of comparison right to the front of our thoughts. She talks not only about how it makes our husbands feel, but also how it makes us feel. With society the way it is and the media often casting a negative view of marriage, we can easily be caught up in the romanticized and unrealistic world. Chelsea doesn’t hold back but she gives us hope and ideas we can use to stop the cycle. Beautifully written, this is a must read for any married woman.
3 Ways to Create a Peaceful Home During a Tense Season by The Nested Nomad
Brittany once again gets real and honest with us moms and causes us to self reflect- something that can be hard, but needed. She talks about not wanting only a tidy and beautiful home, but a home where peace is the norm. She gives us practical advice on creating the peace that so easily escapes us as we hurry from one thing to the next. This post warmed my soul and made me just want to stop and enjoy the here and now.
9 Tips to Create Balance Between Parenting and Entrepreneurship by Hustle and HighChairs
Julianna is sharing tips she learned on her own path to entrepreneurship to create that fine balance between being a mom and having a home business. I know I got some very valuable advice, even though I have worked from home for 2 years now. Sometimes we feel so alone and it can easily lead to burnout- either with your business or your family. I appreciated feeling heard and understood by someone who has been there before. I think you will too.
Did you find a post this week that inspired you in some way? Share with us!