Community Spotlight | June ’18

I’ve done this series on my main blog since the beginning of this year, but I think it would be great to share other posts which is why I decided to do this on this blog as well. 🙂

These are posts I’ve enjoyed throughout the month of June.

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Lily PierceImportance of Strength (Especially for Physically Limited)– Lily wrote a wonderful piece on reasons why exercise is needed, and why it is needed especially for those who have physical limitations. Lily has a condition she has openly talked about, and she had stated how exercise has helped her body stay strong.

G(r)owing Thru Something Self Care Tips- I’ve missed Kiki, and when I saw her comment on one of my posts, I knew I had to go right over and check out her blog. She opens up about things she is working on, and I really like this post, not just for the tips, but the raw honesty she gives beforehand.

Fractured Faith BlogThe School Run– A father taking the place of what his wife attends to while she is visiting family. This post is full of humor, and I love the homeyness it brings to what it means to be a family, and a daily day in the life for a family.

BiblebloggergirlI Get Hangry– This was a really honest and humoring post that Shae opens up about being hangry.

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My Way Home LifeMother Daughter Photo Collaboration– This beautiful post is packed full of lovely flowers!!! So if you enjoy flowers, you will love this post.

Southern Lights Atlanta NightsThe Art of Reaching Out– Brittney wrote a wonderful post explaining why some people struggle opening up when they are struggling in life. It’s good that we try to be encouraging, and it’s good we try to understand why many struggle to open up.

The Buttercup LampEasy Strawberry- Coconut Chia Milkshake– Rachel posted this yummy recipe of an easy strawberry milkshake. It’s gluten-free and also paleo friendly.

LeaFeeling Like An Imposter“Fake it till you make it.” Lea shares a really relatable post in which many of us do not know what we are doing. We may be as skilled as others. We may be on a journey that does not make sense. But one day it will. One day we will be skilled. One day we will have the experience we do not have now. But until then, we still need to push ourselves because we may just be surprised at how far we have come, and how far we will go.

Know What Your Calling Is.Don't Give Up.Don't Stop.And Keep Peeking Beneath.

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17 thoughts on “Community Spotlight | June ’18

  1. I’m late, but thank-you for including my post in your community spotlight 🙂 I always enjoy reading what posts you’ve enjoyed. It’s neat to check out other blogs and see different writing styles and discover new blogs 🙂

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  2. Hello! I am sad to say I became incognito..yet again! However, it means a lot that you included me in this post. I appreciate your comment on honesty as I struggle to post because of the vulnerability that comes along with my thoughts. I am grateful for your encouragement. I hope you are doing well! 🙂

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    1. ❤ of course!!! It's hard to be open and honest, I totally hear you! Keep going girl!!!
      I'm okay lol. There is a lot that has been going on this past week alone, but during the fears and the low lows God has been there, and He has provided SO MUCH for me 🙂 so I'm going.

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      1. I sometimes disapear into my own mind when I become consumed with personal thoughts of stress or sadness. I love your ability to push through in those moments and continue progressing with your words of encouragement. I am sorry that you have been struggling. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. 🙂

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      2. I can definitely say it is not so much an ability, but choice. Girl, I’ve slipped into the darkness of my mind before. I’ve hidden things I’ve struggled with and even not talked about them with God in the depth I should have. In 2012 when I went through my depression, it was not till I decided to give God everything, like openly sit on the carpet, and just pour out my thoughts and heart to Him about everything, that I realized, and I believe God helped me see that I was completely ashamed of myself. I was trying to run away so badly from my situations I was afraid of that the more I did it the more I was ashamed. Once I realized that, I had to push myself to work on just being completely honest about what the situation was and my feelings with others. Because not doing so, for me, I knew just locked me in a cage. That’s why I push and encourage others now 🙂 that’s why I try to be as honest as I can even in hard times. The weight of stress and the heaviness of fear and worry is just too much, and I don’t want to “trust” or “cling” to the darkness my mind sometimes likes to wander. I’m thinking about you and lifting you up as well!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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      3. I know what you are saying but I feel more as if it stems from a vulnerability element within one’s being. While I do believe it is a choice as to how you portray emotions, I also believe there are certain elements within one’s being that contribute to the way one makes choices; specifically, perception. While it is one thing, to be honest, it is another to find the balance in which you guard your heart. I think this balance is my internal point of contradiction. Being open with God is one thing; being open with people is a different feeling. Blessings! Xoxo

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      4. I was there! You know for many, MANY years probably from age 12 to …hmm about 26. I was pretty isolated to myself and God. I didn’t know how to open up to others. The past way other toxic friendships and relationships had hurt me I felt I could only trust God, this was for me 🙂 I’m not saying this is how you are. I felt like I could only be open with Him. If I had no one else, I at least had HIm. And that gave me a great comfort. But slowly, like I said years, I was realizing that my own pain and bitterness had kinda built up a wall, you know. And I struggled to break that down. What helped was finding just one person I could really confide to and be completely honest. Just that one person at first. And then, slowly, God encouraged me to be more open with others, and for me, blogging really helped that push.

        It’s true! Being open with God and open with others are two different things. God never hurts us and other people have, and will. For me, I know pain silenced me a lot, but Jesus broke those chains, which is why I push myself beyond what I used to fear. 🙂 ❤ and I'm still afraid of many things, I admit. But each day I want to work better at these things. 🙂 Blessings!

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    2. Yes, I know exactly what you mean; there is this element of fear that creates a barrier and working through that enables one to grow. The years in between are ultimately strengthening us, I suppose. I am glad I am able to discuss this with you and that you resonate with the words I am speaking. Thank you for talking through this with me. As always, it is greatly appreciated. Blessings!

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      1. ❤ of course!!! I am here for you! If you want to email or chat on Pinterest and/or Twitter (I have both) let me know 🙂 I'm glad we talked about it. It is not easy for sure.

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