How the LoveBlog is My Blogger’s Holiday Every Year

I am amazed at how fast this month went by. Usually I feel like February drags on forever. It was a good month. Lots of wonderful things are coming into play. And I owe a good bit to the opportunity I have with #LoveBlog. This yearly initiative pushes me to open up and share more. It encourages deeper self discovery, development and also the sharing of vulnerability among colleagues.

Today is the final day of #LoveBlog2019.

Every year at the end, I feel a little sense of remorse in seeing it end. In a way it’s kind of like my blogger’s holiday season I guess. I celebrated this with co-hosting seven days this year!

This year #LoveBlog2019 felt even more special to me.

I felt more secure, more confident and more inclined to share my thoughts openly during the prompts this year. The topics were close and personal. I started out with apprehension but then found freedom as I started to write.

From the get go, I was diving into sensitive topics, my first day of co-hosting with the topic Regret. I didn’t make it any easier for myself by choosing to co-host my least favorite (but so valuable and important to embrace) topic of Vulnerability.

Admitting that my third day co-hosting was my favorite post. I was able to combine my two loves of creativity and personality analysis in my post, ‘How Your Personality Type Can Be Driving Your Creative Processes‘.

Day four, I shared my most recent lessons with Forgiveness. And then followed up the week after with another tough subject Heartache.

And earlier this week I shared my advice on how to find Inspiration.

For my final day of co-hosting, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to wrap up #LoveBlog2019 and share my thoughts.

LoveBlog is one of my biggest personal growth moments of the year.

This was my third year co-hosting and every year I feel as if I’ve grown more.

The time I spend curled up writing for these prompts is preluded by a fantastic “me” time process to dive into my thoughts on these topics and how much I want to expose of myself in my posts.

The conversations and the posts that come from the participating writers open your mind, your soul, and your heart.

10 of my favorite posts from this year:

How to Live a Life with No Regrets in 15 Steps from

Dear Heartbroken Girl from

How to Forgive Others and Why It’s Important from

I Feel Like a Bad Mom from

Where Creativity Grows from Mardra Sikora

Rough Day or Just Rough? from Nancy Burton Wolfe

Why Vulnerability is a Sign of Strength from

Discovering Mother’s Love with Our Growing Family from

5 Ways I’ve Been Strong this Year from

Places and Activities to Find Inspiration as a Creative Person from Sarah Nderi

Meet Your 2019 Love Blog Hosts

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Laura is a big dreamer, full time marketing manager, blogger, and part-time artist. Like many of us, she spent part of her life struggling with frustrations on a daily basis and just all around felt drained and uninspired…that was her. She decided to change all that one morning. Now Laura lives in the blogging world because she believes the buzz about self-care and self-love needs to be heard. She aspires to inspire people in their everyday lives and help them to live towards their dreams and making the most out of every day by sharing her own experiences and stories.
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Charlene is a 20-something wife and fur-mama living in Portland, Oregon. She’s a follower of Christ, watcher of SciFi, reader of fantasy, singer of show tunes, and lover of her husband! She uses her blog, Enduring All Things, to help couples build a marriage that will endure whatever comes their way.
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Brita Long is the pink and sparkly personality behind the Christian feminist lifestyle blog, Belle Brita. On her blog and social media, you’ll discover more than authentic storytelling–she’s brutally honest about pursuing a fulfilling and joyful life even with Crohn’s Disease and depression.

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3 thoughts on “How the LoveBlog is My Blogger’s Holiday Every Year

  1. You have been such a wonderful co-host! Thank you for returning again this year and stepping up with a few of the last prompts that needed co-hosts. I’ve loved reading your posts this month, as always. And please keep using the Pinterest group board year-round with relevant posts. I’m hoping it will be bigger by next year. 🙂

  2. The Love Blog challenge always pushes me to open up more too! I love it! Also, thanks so much for including my post in your favorites! I’m honored!

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