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.
Lily Pierce– Importance 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 Blog– The 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.
Biblebloggergirl– I Get Hangry– This was a really honest and humoring post that Shae opens up about being hangry.
My Way Home Life– Mother 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 Nights– The 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 Lamp– Easy Strawberry- Coconut Chia Milkshake– Rachel posted this yummy recipe of an easy strawberry milkshake. It’s gluten-free and also paleo friendly.
Lea– Feeling 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.
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