This Time I’m Asking For Me!

One thing I realise about myself is that I can easily ask you all for support for others but I’m terrible at asking for myself.

 

This time of year is known as the awards time in the blogging world. With nominations being requested for the Mad awards and the Brit mums.

 

Normally I don’t like entering the arena, fear of failing is the motivator behind the decision. But this year I decided why not!

 

As you know my writing is personal what you read here is the rambling of my mind, and because of this I do often wonder where I fit within the blogging world.

 

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” Oscar Wilde

 

So this year I’ve decided not to stress about where I fit but to embrace the extraordinary instead of the ordinary.

 

So here is where my cry for help comes in.

 

I have two requests, Brit mums are asking for nominations for the keynote speakers at Brit mums live. I would love to be able to stand up and read my post, My letter to Livvy. To share with all my brave incredible daughter, to raise awareness of Rett Syndrome and to remind all of the gift of each and every day.

 

Please help me on this quest and nominate this post for the keynote speech here…

 

My second request is also to do with Brit mums. I am honoured to be short listed for a Brilliance in Blogging award in the Inspire category. It has been amazing to be nominated but it would be incredible to win. If you enjoy, admire my writing please consider voting for me here.

 

So there you go, I’m stepping out of comfort zone and asking for support. 

 

Thank you for reading and feel free to share this post with others. 

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