52 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge [Week One]: Why start this challenge?

Hello fellow people!

I recently came into contact with a pretty amazing blogger named Laura Beth, who’s the creator of Hot Shot Headlines (you should click the link). Her blog’s superb, vibrant and lively – I’m rather jealous ha-ha. At any rate, I decided to reach out since I’m new to the blogging world and asked for some advice. Blogging’s also MUCH more fun when you make some friends in the blogging community.

Cool enough, she replied almost instantly! She sent a message stating she liked my blog, keeping in mind that it’s fairly new (faints). She suggested trying a challenge to spice it up – specifically, the 52 weeks of Gratitude Challenge. Apparently, people like to know about your personal life – though mine’s rather mundane.

So that’s it – that’s why I decided to start this challenge. I want to make this blog more lively and open; I want people to feel they are allowed to state their opinions freely here, without feeling judged.

If you disagree with a review, preach! Let me know!
If you love one, send some love!
You have some questions or want to get in touch? Send me a message!

This blog’s my way of opening up more and doing something with the knowledge I’ve gained both from reading and from library school.

That’s entry one! I hope you enjoy!


4 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge [Week One]: Why start this challenge?

      1. You’re so welcome! I was very happy that you reached out to me – I love helping others. I’m not an expert by any means – I learn more about blogging and the vast blogging community every single day. I just try my best to encourage others, and lead by example. Everyone has a story to share!

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