Why Self Care is the Best Care + 99 Ways to Practice Self Care

Self care is the best care

How often do you take some time to relax and take care of yourself? How often do you spark your inner creativity? Self care and creativity are connected, and when you’re a mom or a creative entrepreneur – or BOTH – it can be hard to find the time to take care of oneself. So, how do you practice self-care when you’re a mompreneur or a creative hustler?

I get bursts of creativity, and they don’t often happen in front of a computer screen when I actually need them the most. Nope, my creativity comes out when I’m far from my office, and I’m out in nature or moving my body. A quick 5-minute walk can set my mind in motion, and usually turns into a 20-minute walk – and the funny thing is that before I go for that walk, I tell myself that I don’t have time for it.

How to Practice Self Care - 99 Ways to Practice Self Care for Moms and Entrepreneurs

I actually talk myself out of going for a walk, because TIME. But guess what? That 20-minutes or 30-minutes away from work isn’t going to make me work less or slower – nope! In the end it helps me work better and faster, because I’m more motivated and have that extra spark going!

How many times have you stared at your computer screen today, not knowing what to do next? Checking out social media and wasting time on pinterest? If you work from home, do you get easily distracted by a messy house or a load of laundry begging for your attention? Me too! And it’s totally okay to have breaks, get housework done, or blow off some steam on twitter – but NONE of this is actually practicing self-care.

How to Practice Self Care - 99 Ways to Practice Self Care for Moms and Entrepreneurs

What is Self Care?

Self care is care provided FOR you and BY you. It’s about identifying your own true needs, and taking steps to meet them. It is taking the time to do activities that nurture you. Self care is all about taking proper care of yourself, and treating yourself as good as you treat those around you.

Your needs will be different than my needs, but we all need to take care of ourselves the best way we can. Women spend so much of their time caring for the needs of others, that we almost always put ourselves last. Think about it! Okay, I’ll tell you just two things that often happen in my life:

  • I drive my kids to exercise classes because I know it’s good for them (yoga, trampoline, biking, swimming) but I don’t make time to exercise myself
  • I make delicious healthy lunches and breakfasts for my kids and sometimes my husband while I grab a latte and call it a day

But don’t I NEED exercise and healthy, nutritious foods? Why of course! So why do I make the time for those around me and not myself? Why do I rush, rush, rush, and gloss over my own needs as if they don’t matter? At the end of the day, I need to nourish my own needs just as much as my families and my businesses.

How to Practice Self Care - 99 Ways to Practice Self Care for Moms and Entrepreneurs

99 Ways to Practice Self-Care

  1. Make a tea. And then sip it slowly.
  2. Diffuse essential oils based on your mood.
  3. Take a long lunch. Make it nutritious.
  4. Make a music playlist just for you.
  5. Buy a dress you love and wear it on any day. Even a casual day.
  6. Use the pretty plates.
  7. Change your computer background to something you LOVE.
  8. Rub your feet. Or better yet, get someone else to do it.
  9. Stretch.
  10. Light the pretty candle.
  11. Find a motivational quote or mantra and put it up somewhere.
  12. Try a new fruit.
  13. Read a book.
  14. Meditate.
  15. Schedule a weekly date with yourself.
  16. Take a walk, even in the rain.
  17. Do a sun salutation.
  18. Call your mom.
  19. Take a nice warm bath or shower.
  20. Write down positive thoughts.
  21. Plant a garden, big or tiny.
  22. Sit outside and listen.
  23. Breathe deeply.
  24. Let it go.
  25. Hug someone you love for 6 seconds.
  26. Smile.
  27. Practice good posture.
  28. Watch your favourite movie from childhood.
  29. Draw.
  30. Talk to a stranger.
  31. Make a cup of coffee and savour it.
  32. Get fitted for a new bra and feel difference.
  33. Write in your journal.
  34. Start each day with hot water and a lemon wedge.
  35. Turn off your phone notifications.
  36. Learn something new, like knitting or pottery.
  37. Really listen to what people are saying.
  38. Take photos that inspire you and don’t post them online.
  39. Hydrate.
  40. Run as fast as you can. For as long as you can. Even 30 seconds.
  41. Read poetry.
  42. Write poetry.
  43. Schedule your meals for tomorrow. Trust me, you’ll feel better.
  44. Allow yourself to feel pain. It will teach you what works and what needs to change in your life.
  45. Literally smell the roses. Or any flower.
  46. Have a long and thoughtful conversation with someone, face-to-face.
  47. Declutter your desk, your night table, or your room.
  48. Choose your (yoga) power move and hold it for at least a minute.
  49. Get a massage.
  50. Hold someone’s hand.
  51. Focus on something good in your life.
  52. Get rid of clothes that don’t fit you.
  53. Turn off the news.
  54. Play on the playground.
  55. Go to bed early.
  56. Wake up early.
  57. Go to your doctor with a medical concern, trust your instinct.
  58. Cuddle someone or something.
  59. Get rid of your scale.
  60. Be yourself.
  61. Get out your crayons and colour.
  62. Try a new exercise class.
  63. Create an inspiration board.
  64. Take care of your relationships, they are a part of you.
  65. Take a cold shower.
  66. Mentor someone.
  67. Practice gratitude.
  68. Be present.
  69. Eat a fermented food daily.
  70. Go watch clouds.
  71. Jump as high as you can.
  72. Take your vitamins.
  73. Use a dry body brush before your shower each day.
  74. Don’t be afraid to say NO to people, extra work, or unnecessary obligations.
  75. Don’t be afraid to say YES to opportunities, fun, or new adventures.
  76. Create a relaxing bedtime routine.
  77. Take a break.
  78. Cut yourself some slack. You’re doing the best you can.
  79. Put some nice lotion on.
  80. Make your favourite meal.
  81. Dip your toes in the ocean or the lake.
  82. Be gentle, patient and kind with yourself.
  83. Trust your instincts.
  84. Do a small act of kindness for others.
  85. Write down 3 positive things about yourself.
  86. Find your favourite book from childhood and read it.
  87. Look at beautiful things.
  88. Laugh.
  89. Do a 10-minute de-clutter.
  90. Tell yourself, “It is what it is”, and move on.
  91. Contribute positivity.
  92. Figure out what kind of eggs you really like.
  93. Block off an evening for yourself to do whatever you want to do. Even if it’s nothing.
  94. Discuss ideas (not people or things).
  95. Accept and embrace change.
  96. Tell your family and friends that you love them.
  97. Ask for help, not matter how scary it might be.
  98. Honour your inner child.
  99. Begin and end each day with gratitude.

How to Practice Self Care - 99 Ways to Practice Self Care for Moms and Entrepreneurs

Self care is a process, it’s not a one-and-done type of situation. It’s an ongoing, everyday thing. It’s listening to your true heart, your body, and your mind and giving yourself what you actually need. And remind yourself that self care isn’t selfish – it’s necessary. Only when you take care of you are you able to take care of others.

As a mom and business owner, there’s SO many times where I think I would feel better by crossing off my to-do list instead of taking care of myself – guess what? I don’t feel better. I would’ve felt better if I had taken a nap, or practiced yoga, or played with my kids.

There are days that are overly busy, jam-packed with deadlines, and there are days with moments of calm. Take those moments, as many as you can, and take care of yourself.

Does this list seem overwhelming? Start small. Do something each day that will take care of you. Have your tea every morning, take a shower each day, focus on getting at least 7 hours of sleep (or whatever your magical sleep number might be!). See how you’re feeling a week – check in with yourself!

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Satisfying Dark Chocolate Cravings

Satisfying Dark Chocolate Cravings with barkTHINS #snackingelevated

I have a secret love for dark chocolate. Well, maybe it’s not so secret, but dark chocolate is definitely my favourite snack and it’s something I indulge in almost everyday! Dark chocolate is luxurious, it’s full of complex flavours, and it satisfies my cravings every single time.

I was happy to discover barkTHINS because they satisfy my cravings for dark chocolate with quality Fair Trade and real non-GMO ingredients! barkTHINS are thin pieces of Fair Trade dark chocolate mixed with simple ingredients like toasted coconut, pumpkin seeds, pretzels, and almonds.

 

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I typically work from home, and I often find myself searching for inspiration mid-afternoon. You know that feeling? I indulge in a little afternoon pick-me-up with my favourite dark chocolate combination: toasted coconut and sea salt. A little piece (or two!) is the perfect antidote to that afternoon slump feeling, and keeps me going!

I love that barkTHINS made with high quality Fair Trade dark chocolate (with no bitter aftertaste) and simple and real ingredients! There is nothing artificial in a bag of barkTHINS, which makes it a snack that I reach for each and every time! It fits in my purse, too, so it’s perfect for road trips and long drives!

There are those work days that seem to drag on, and when there’s a ton of data entry going on, I have to admit, I have trouble focusing! Taking a break with tea and dark chocolate definitely helps motivate me to get back to work! It’s a little treat for working hard! By the way, that’s an actual picture of my desk, not staged, not prettied up – it’s full of paperwork and notes and dark chocolate!

All four flavours of barkTHINS are available in Canada for the first time as of this past February! My favourite flavours are the coconut & almond, and the pumpkin seed with sea salt, while my husband digs into the pretzel with sea salt and almonds with sea salt! barkTHINS are available at stores like Costco, Sobeys, Shoppers Drug Mart, London Drugs, Walmart, and more!

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Do you love dark chocolate?

Have you tried barkTHINS? What do you think?

I receive product from barkTHINS and wanted to share it with you. This post is sponsored by barkTHINS, however, all opinions are completely my own and are based on my experience.

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The Minimalist’s Guide to Spring Cleaning + Download #YesItsPinesol

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

Have you ever had your house up for sale? It’s all about keeping it in pristine condition just in case a showing appears! It can be stressful to keep a house clean all the time, let alone have it smell good, too! With spring finally arriving, it’s time for some spring cleaning – the minimalist way, because I love a nice, clean home, but I’m not about to waste all my time cleaning! Enter the Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning!

Our house has been up for sale for a little while, and if you follow me on Instagram, you might know all the drama that’s been happening lately! We received an offer with a quick closing (woot!), only for it to fall through (sad trumpets!) – c’est la vie!

The biggest stress of having a house for sale is keeping up with the cleaning, and making sure it’s in perfect condition for our real estate agent to show at the drop of a hat! That means not running out the door before taking a quick look around to see if there’s laundry piling up, toys out of place, or a messy bathroom. Or if it smells bad.

Did you know that when you use a decor staging company that the furniture kinda smells bad? Yeah. Like storage and plastic. Let’s just say I had to air out my house for a looong time for it to be tolerable, and even then I was a little unimpressed.

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

I feel like my house has to look pretty much exactly like these pictures, at all times. I know, it’s a lot of pressure. Not only does it have to look this good in real life, but it has to SMELL good and it has to be clean. A dusty house doesn’t show very well, and neither does a home with fingerprints on the wall or garbage smells.

After using the new Pine-Sol in Spring Blossom all over my house (and I actually mean all over), my real estate agent called me up and said “Whatever you used to make your house smell that good, do it every time – everyone loved it!” Pine-Sol is actually a multi-surface cleaner (not just for mopping!), and it cuts through tough stains, grease and grime. It’s a powerful cleaner with a delightful floral scent that I use on everything including kitchen counters, garbage cans, toilets, sinks, tile, walls, wood floors, and even our concrete floors!

 

To keep your house ‘show-ready’ or just give it a really good spring clean, check out the Free Downloadable Printable below! It goes through the three steps of my cleaning routine!

The Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

  1. Declutter
    Remove the excess. Get rid of clothes that don’t fit, anything that’s broken, unnecessary, unusable, or that you just don’t want in your home anymore. Give yourself a clean slate and remove anything that’s cluttering up your life.
  2. Organize
    Make a place for everything and put everything in its’ place. Now that you’ve removed the clutter, organize what you own and love. Take care of these things, show everyone in the house that this is the place for that. And keep it there. 😉
  3. Clean
    Now it’s time to clean! Everything extra is gone, everything is nicely organized, now it’s time to clean your items, your surfaces, and the windows and floors!

DOWNLOAD THE MINIMALISTS GUIDE TO SPRING CLEANING CHECKLIST

And let me tell you one thing – for FULL DISCLOSURE – my house doesn’t always look as good as in the pictures. I promise you, my desk right now is a disaster and my closet is a mess, but you know what? It all smells like roses so I don’t care.

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

I get so many compliments on how nice my house smells, and so many questions on what I do to make it smell so good – is it perfume? essential oils? fresh flowers? candles?

And I tell them it’s Pine-Sol. The pink bottle.

Say what? Pine-Sol?

YES! It’s Pine-Sol!

The PINK bottle. Spring Blossom Pine-Sol. See:

Minimalists Guide to Spring Cleaning

So now we can be good-house-smelling twinsies. And download the free checklist so you can easily and quickly get your house looking show-ready, dinner party ready, or just have a nice clean home all to yourself!

Disclosure: I received a bottle of Pine-Sol for review, but my opinions are my own, honest and true. 

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The 10 Best Things I Did in Israel

10 Best Things I Did In Israel

My time in Israel flew by so quickly, but I did so many things in such a short amount of time that I’m still processing my travels, weeks later. It’s not so much that we did so many things that I can’t remember all of them, it’s that every thing we did sparked something in me. It inspired me, comforted me, charged me, it made me crave more, it made me more curious, it motivated me – and how do you put an experience like that into words?

Blogger in Israel

Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv Beach

I was invited to travel to Israel by a non-profit called Vibe Israel, along with other mom bloggers from different parts of the world – Blunt Moms, Be a Fun Mum, Mom Spark, and Cherish365 – be sure to visit their blogs to see their perspective on our amazing experiences!

Ever since I came home, I’ve been talking about my trip to Israel, cooking Israeli food, sharing my pictures with friends, and telling stories to anyone who will listen! I decided to share with you a photo journal of my time in Israel, showcasing my 10 favourite experiences! Enjoy! Yalla!

Port and Blue Hotel in Tel Aviv

1. Stayed at a trendy boutique hotel in Tel Aviv

We stayed at the gorgeous Port & Blue, which is located in the trendy Tel Aviv Port area, a block away from the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by shops, interior design boutiques, restaurants and nightlife. The trendy boutique hotel was the perfect spot to unwind, the rooms were large with super comfy beds, and the location can’t be beat. I could see the sea from my hotel room window, and it was at the bottom of one of the trendiest streets in Tel Aviv, Dizengoff – think shopping, restaurants, and bars open until 3 am most nights of the week!

 

Walking in Jerusalem

Walking in Jerusalem

Walking in Jerusalem

At the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Streets of Jerusalem

The 13th Station at Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Photo: Shani Sadicario

2. Explored the Old City of Jerusalem

Walking through the uneven streets of Jerusalem, I observed different cultures and people of different faiths all living together, closely. The winding streets almost felt like tunnels sometimes, the markets were lively and full of delightful scents and sounds, and our tour guide showed us the different sides of the city – from touristy to real, everyday life.

I’m conflicted about how I truly feel about Jerusalem, because it is a very complex place. But pushing aside my own personal views, I embraced the city for what it was – a diverse and complicated place, full of tradition and cultures that imperfectly fit together with a resounding feeling of hope.

 

Margarita with Broken Doll

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Balagan in Tal Czaczkes Art Studio

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Tal Czaczkes

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Vibe Mommies Making Art

Photo: Shani Sadicario

3. Created art with Tal Czaczkes

When we first met Tal Czaczkes, I quickly became enamoured with her free spirit, which flowed through her words and her caring eyes. Her studio was the definition of organized chaos, with art and toys filling up the walls, overflowing in boxes, and covering the shelves. We made an even bigger balagan in her space by dumping boxes and boxes of toys, toy parts, and discarded plastic pieces all over the floors, digging through them to create our own art pieces. Creating art with Tal was one of the most memorable parts of my trip to Israel, and I’ll definitely be sharing more about it!

 

Women and Mothers in Israel

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Women and Mothers in Israel

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Women and Mothers in Israel

Photo: Shani Sadicario

4.  Met Amazing & Outstanding Israeli Women

The women we met in Israel astounded me, there’s no better word for it. Israeli women of all ages and backgrounds, mothers, wives, young, old – impressed me so much that I still think about it to this day, and will for a very long time. They are strong and smart, full of gumption and are all so motivated! They strive for their own personal best – and they strive to help those around them in some way, shape, or form. Whether it’s raising their family or helping neighbours, the women push themselves forward while pushing others up, as well.

The Israeli women I met may have led different lives, but there was an underlying unity among them, an empowerment and a strength that collectively brought them together. It has changed my own personal outlook and way of life, in motivating me to get the most of my own life while continuing to be a role model for my own daughter. Honestly, I wish I could do a reunion from our trip with all the women we met, because they were so amazing!

 

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Photo: Shani Sadicario

5. Played at the Museum of Jewish People

Have you been to a children’s museum before? Of course you have – but the Children’s Exhibition called Heroes at The Museum of Jewish People is the COOLEST that I’ve ever seen. The impeccably-designed interactive space allows kids of ALL ages to play historical video games, pose as a reporter on the front lines, learn about fashion, the culture and history of Israel, and have a ton of fun while doing it!

 

Dor Holiday Resort in Israel

Dor Holiday Resort in Israel

Dor Holiday Resort in Israel

Dor Holiday Resort in Israel

6. Spent a Night at Dor Holiday Village

Our group spent a night at the beautiful beach resort in Dor. I soaked in the glorious sunshine, walked along the white sand beach, dipping my toes in the warm Mediterranean Sea and jumping over jellyfish that washed up on the shore. We stayed in our own little white igloos, that were so adorable and cute! I could definitely see how much fun it would be with the whole family!

 

Shabbat Dinner

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Shabbat Dinner

Photo: Shani Sadicario

7. Experienced a Traditional Shabbat Dinner

On Friday evening, we ventured into a lovely kibbutz to experience a traditional Shabbat dinner with the wonderful Hermoni family. They invited us into their home, which was warm, cozy, and full of love. The Hermoni’s are a family with three daughters, who are absolutely incredible and I learnt a lot about kids in Israel (they have cell phones in the fifth grade, too!).

Being at the Hermoni’s made me SO homesick. Before eating the delicious food, we listened to the family sing, drank the blessed wine, and ate challah bread – which was homemade… then we all ATE so much food. And all of it was vegetarian, which blew my mind because I was SO full after! The food was amazing, and the idea that the family took part in this tradition every week was incredible. Listening to the kids joking around and bantering, the parents having fun, it made me so homesick for my own kids and my hubby – but it was the most lovely experience and I truly felt blessed for being included in their meal.

 

Druze in Israel

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Cooking with Druze

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Druze Women

Photo: Shani Sadicario

8. Hung out with the Druze women

The Druze are a religious group that I had known very little about, prior to this trip, and even after meeting them, they remain elusive to outsiders. They prefer keeping many of their traditions and religious ways a mystery, however what we did learn about them was pretty amazing. The Druze consider the women as being the leaders in their communities, empowering them to make important decisions in their families and in their settlements. And they’re also super talented as well.

My favourite tidbit? That if a Druze women is in a crumbling marriage and wants a divorce, it’s she that goes and gets the document signed, no approval from the man is needed. And then the man must move out, no questions asked. How’s that for woman power?

 

Tel Aviv Beaches

Market in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

Dock in Tel Aviv

9. Explored Tel Aviv

If there was ever a place that my preconceptions were so utterly wrong about, it had to be Tel Aviv. You see, I did very little research about Israel and Tel Aviv before I traveled, and I did that on purpose. I wanted my experience to be fully my own, and not skewed by someone else’s opinion or perception that I had read beforehand. But I honestly did not realize how cool Tel Aviv really was until I got there.

I compare it to a European-style city, with mixed cultures, tons of restaurants and bars, amazing fashion, and the best interior design and furniture stores! It’s a modern city, with main streets were open almost each night until 3 am, the neighbourhoods were diverse, the markets were unique, busy and full of life, and the beach was jaw-dropping. Miles of white sand, clear water, and beautiful, glorious sunshine. I rented a bike and rode it around the city, found a local designer’s boutique and spent a bit too much(!), and just enjoyed the sights and sound of Tel Aviv! It’s a beautiful city that needs to be on your travel bucket list!

 

Brunch in Tel Aviv

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Food made by Druze

 

Rugelach in Jerusalem

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Food in Tel Aviv

Dessert in Israel

Food in Jerusalem

Dessert by Druze

Brunch in Tel Aviv

Photo: Shani Sadicario

10. Ate ALL the food

I think I saved the very best one until last – the FOOD was glorious. Absolutely glorious. Every meal we had was delicious. We ate so much food that we were STUFFED – we never went hungry! We had traditional Israeli food, home cooked meals, ate at modern bistros – it was all super amazing. Here’s a list of some of the amazing places we ate:

  • Kitchen Market in Tel Aviv
  • Azura in Jerusalem
  • Turkiz in Tel Aviv
  • Nurah’s Kitchen in Daliyat El Carmel
  • Claro in Tel Aviv
  • Racha in Tel Aviv
  • Puaa in Old Jaffa, Tel Aviv
  • Moses in Tel Aviv

I tried EVERYTHING and I loved it all. I was surprised by how much food I recognized or have had a version of before – but it makes sense with my Polish heritage to see familiar food in Israel!

10 Best Things I Did in Israel

Photo: Shani Sadicario

Thank you so much to Vibe Israel for this amazing experience and giving me the chance to soak up as much of Israel as I could in a week. Thank you to the warm, kind-hearted people we met, the inspiring chats we had, and thank you for the knowledge I gained. And the food. Thank you so much for the food!

Have you ever been to Israel?

10 Best Things I Did In Israel

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The One Where I Blog About Nothing.

I started blogging a LOOONG time ago, when my daughter was first born, back in 2006. Only back then, I would write fictional short stories about shopping and dating in the city – think a short-form version of the Shopaholic series. It wasn’t too long before I grew tired of writing ‘fantasies’ and started playing around with ‘online journaling’.

Online journaling was quite different – it was private, written behind a pseudonym and an icon that was most definitely not yourself. My pseudonym? ‘Fab Brunette’. Which eventually turned into a “real blog” named Ramblings of a Fab Brunette. It wasn’t until 2009 that I bought my first domain and the rest became history – well, not quite.

Growing up is a funny thing – I have no regrets, and I enjoy looking back at the person I was and seeing how much I’ve grown and changed since then. I think it was about 2011 or 2012 when I became tired of the ‘Fab Brunette’ persona, partially because I had moved across the country to a small mountain town, started doing yoga and embracing ‘hippie’ ways – and I had no where to wear my Manolos.

So I embraced a new identity, West Coast Mama. That was 2013. And guess what? I still flounder about that sometimes. I still worry that it’s not always “me”. But I realized that nothing can fully be “me” all the time, since I change all the time – my mood changes, what I eat changes, it’s a constant ebb and flow of harmonious movement – that’s me.

Do you know what else is totally me? Being an over-thinker. I overthink everything. Even this blog post. Yes, seriously. Being an over-thinker stops me from doing SO MANY THINGS – like blogging on a regular basis. Like posting on my IG. Like taking pictures. Like cooking. Oh yeah – I overthink cooking on a daily. You too? High five!

I’ve recently been on an amazing trip to Israel, with a group of beautiful and inspiring women, all mothers and bloggers – and it was a little life-changing. I hate over-using that term, but I think it really has changed a part of my life, I will never be exactly the same as I was before this trip to Israel. (You’ll hear more about this trip soon, I promise!) One night, just hanging out with this amazing group of ladies, we started brainstorming, building each other up, and identifying our strengths together.

It was incredible to me that this group of women, who were strangers only 5 days prior, had now become friends and confidantes. And that blogging brought us all together. This is why I blog. This is what I love about blogging.

Do you blog? Leave your url in the comments! What do you love about blogging? Do you have a favourite blog? Leave that url too!

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