The Inspiring Blog Award was awarded to My Sardinian Life!
A huge thanks to Aparna at aparnanairphotography for nominating me. I would have never thought that my words or pictures could inspire people, I am deeply humbled.
In the last few days I have received an enormous amount of support, congratulations and keep it ups, from strangers … all … over … the … world! I am overwhelmed by this outpouring of positive support.
I would like to thank each and every one of you; for your kind words and encouragement, now and though the last two years.
This blog is an effort to show my writing skills. Skills for which no degree hangs, but this doesn’t stop me from doing what I love … writing. It’s been a silent dream of mine for eons and has only been visible to the outside world since the inception of My Sardinian Life.
I would have never guessed a place so forgotten, and lost in the world, could exist and offer so much joy and beauty.
I share my daily life on this blog to share with others the ups and downs of an expat in this world. My life is not all umbrellas and sunshine, but it’s life and it’s mine. I created it, I own it.
My expat experiences have changed me, opened my eyes to human struggles around the world. Even if I reach one person with thoughts of inspiration and hope then my job is done. I’m complete.
My blog exists because of you. Your continued support has inspired me to carry on.
My kind and best regards to you all. Blessed be.
When it rains it’s pours, and this week in Sardinia it’s raining cats and dogs (cliché I know, I don’t care)!
Where did spring go? I hope spring returns with a vengeance, I need hot heat!
I’ve been fortunate to receive The Versatile Blogger Award (for the fourth time) from AllThingsBoys Blog. A big shout out! And thank you!
It’s been awhile since I’ve written about blogging, and it seems only fair to share My Sardinian Life’s All-Time Stats, from the beginning of time.
Because most bloggers are secretly obsessed with their stats, and I think too many bloggers focus on the numbers and not the content they write.
I want to show newbies to the blogging world, that it takes time. Patience is definitely a virtue.
A HUGE thank you to the folks over at Charming Italy who have nominated My Sardinian Life for the Local Experts Award in Sardinia.
“The Local Experts Award was established as a way for potential visitors to Italy, Sardinia, Puglia and Sicily to get an understanding of what to expect and ultimately what to look forward when visiting the mediterranean.
It’s a huge honour to be among some of the best bloggers (on Sardinia) in the industry. Grazie mille!
Charming Italy’s enthusiastic effort in creating this award, has led me to a number of new blogs on Sardinia, which I am currently exploring. Here’s two:
Why don’t you head over to Charming Italy now and see what all the fuss is about.
One million thank you’s!
A big thank you to Prettierinpink for the nod in my direction. It`s always appreciated.
On-line blogging games can be time-consuming, annoying, joyous, fun and can increase traffic to your blog.
My job in these last few
years months has been blogging. I`ve learned a lot, and for me, one of the most important factors in blogging and or writing is feedback. Most of us write in the virtual world to get seen, heard, liked and respected. We all want that fifteen seconds of fame, right? Even if it`s fleeting.
With pleasure I pass this wonderful childs game on, but a few rules first …
The Reader Appreciation Award
I’m giving an award to those that have made this past year of blogging worthwhile. You have kept me on my toes, left comments, advice and tons of encouragement. For this I am grateful. Thank you.
Here’s the rules:
The Reader Appreciation Award goes to:
Thank you all. Happy weekend. Happy blogging.
Top 6 Things I’ve Learned in a Year of Blogging | Part 2
“Rome wasn’t built in a day.” Original French proverb