Oh, wow, Jessica Bakkers have just nominated me for yet another blog award! From its creator, the Growing Self Blogger Award:
“…has been created to acknowledge and celebrate amazing individuals, in the blogging community, who are persevering through life’s challenges not only to GROW as individuals, but to reach out and help others GROW as well.” ~Roda
~From Growing Self
And with that wonderful meaning behind the award nomination, Jess nominated me with the following message:
Nicolle – you have such a free-spirit style to your posts that I absolutely love, and are a fellow INFJ which (as we know) means a lot to each other.
Wow, thanks, Jess! I swear you’re spoiling me to bits. 😆❤
As always, here’s how the award works:
- Put the award logo/image on your blog
- List the rules
- Thank the individual that nominated you and provide a link to their blog
- Describe the award and mention the creator: Roda – Growingself.blog
- Nominate up to 5 blogs. Remember, the purpose of this award is to specifically celebrate those individuals that make a difference in the lives of others.
- Give 1 reason why you nominated each individual.
- Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog
My Nominations and Your Gifts to Me!
Do note that this is not compulsory, so feel free not to participate for whatever reason. 😀
Oh, Ipuna, where do I even begin? You were one of my first few followers when I was new, and you were such a nice, supporting friend it feels as though my low self-esteem will eventually melt away. And thanks to you inviting me to the first collaboration we did a couple of months ago, you opened the path for me to connect with yet so many other incredible bloggers! So it isn’t a stretch that I owe much of my blogging success to you, so thank you. ❤
I know you don’t do blogger awards, Jainey, but this is such a perfect place to say this! You have such an infectious enthusiasm that it’s hard not to feel enthusiastic myself, plus our random comment conversations always bring a smile to my face. ☀ I also appreciate that you offered to guide me on improving my self-esteem, and yes, I haven’t forgotten my homework. 😛
Yes, Jess, I’m nominating you back! 😆 I always love to read your posts and comments, and while I don’t have a dark sense of humour, many of your writing funnies tickled my funny bone! (Weeks later I still remember the one where the writer flipped the table at his/her own incomplete story. 😆) Also whenever you wrote about INFJs, many times it felt as though you were writing about me, so they really help me to understand more of myself. 😀
Yep, it’s a short post this time. 😛
A Short Self-Compassionate Letter
It’s really nice of you to write such nice things about others. 😀