Thursday, May 31, 2012

Illuminating Blogger Award

How exciting! CJ from Food Stories has nominated me for the Illuminating Blogger Award.
I have to say I was quite chuffed to be nominated, as it means that CJ considers my blog 'illuminating' and that's pretty much what I'm going for. I really do believe we have unlimited potential and I'm so happy to know that at least one person has found my blog inspiring in this way.

I am always on the look-out for fellow bloggers with much the same attitude and would like to make my own nominations. These are blogs I find incredibly interesting, touching, and inspiring.

The Art of Non-Conformity - A fantastic example of loving what you do and making what you love how you make a living. He has just recently published a book and is on tour in the UK.

300 Pounds Down - This blog is brilliant. I love this woman because she is an example of standing up and taking control of your life. She knows that enacting change is scary but necessary and in the end, completely worth it because you'll be stronger for it.

How To Work From Home - This is a fabulous resource for the self employed. It's a collaborative blog so there isn't a single author to credit but many thanks to Judy for setting it up.

Wired to Worry - Christine is an incredible psychologist and very talented cartoonist. Her blogs are both entertaining and thought provoking.

An Accident of Hope - 'The Artist in the Office' is a fantastic resource and Summer's blog is an extension of that and so much more. She's a polymath and a fantastic example of creating a life you love.

I'd like to thank all five of these bloggers for sharing their insight by nominating them for the Illuminating blogger Award.


  1. Thank you, Kaitlyn, I'm touched and honoured to be nominated :-)
    Just to clarify, Work from Home Wisdom is my own blog, but I'm quite pleased you would think it's collaborative, because I hope it means I'm succeeding in making it varied and interesting!
    It's a mixture of my own posts, paid guest posts, articles by experts and interviews with home workers, plus regular home office photos sent in by readers. Maybe you'd like to share yours :-)

    1. Well it is marvellous and really super helpful and inspiring!
      I would love to but I don't have my home office - yet! I'll send in a photo as soon as I do.

  2. Congratulations! And thanks for the links, they are lovely blogs.

  3. Hi ! Does the frequency of your posting depend on some thing or you write blog articles when you have an inspiration or you create when you have time? Can't wait to see your answer.

    1. I do my very best to post twice a week - on Mondays and Thursdays at the moment. My inspiration comes from the things I observe around me, musings I have or projects I'm working on.


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