I’m TRULY Thankful for My Readers

This season is about gratitude.

Thankful for you post

Beautiful photo taken by Elena Roussakis on Flickr.

It’s about enjoying the relationships and the blessings that you have in your life. So, for this holiday season, I’d like to thank all of my blog readers.

  • Thank you for inviting me into your inbox every week.
  • Thank you for opening my newsletters.
  • Thank you for sending me emails: sharing with me that you’ve found value in what you’ve read; telling me that a link doesn’t work; saying hello; and sharing your experiences.
  • Thank you for sharing my posts and content.
  • Thank you for your valuable blog comments.
  • Thank you for sticking with this girl — it’s much appreciated.

I am very grateful for you.

There are so many readers to thank. And, honestly, I thank you ALL from the bottom of my heart. You inspire me to continue pursuing my dreams.

I want to give some shout-outs to some readers in particular, who have gone beyond to cheer me on, who I’ve really gotten to know over the last year and some change, and who have helped me move forward.

1. June Whittle (http://www.miraculousladies.com/): For being with me since the first month, for the emails, and the feedback.

2. Jill Lanier (http://withintenttolive.blogspot.com/): For feedback, being a great email pal, and inspiring me to be me.

3. Jennifer Owens (http://www.jennrene.com/): For your kind words, thirst for life, and enthusiasm. It’s contagious! I enjoy chatting with you.

4. Malaika Paul (http://malaikapaul.com/): For having my back, giving me hope, and making me laugh out loud in the process.

5. Vatsala Shukla (http://karmicallycoaching.com/): For your lovely comments, I appreciate them.

6. Tiffany Huff (http://tiffany-huff.com/): For your drive, your encouragement, and your inspiring growth.

7. Maya Gaddie: (http://www.mayagaddie.com/): For being with me since the beginning, for giving me loads of feedback, and helping me move forward.

8. Briana Ford (http://brianaford.com/): For your thirst for life and knowledge.

9. Anja Kochen (http://anjakicken.com/): For being a wonderful pen-pal. I’ve enjoyed getting to know you.

10. April Bowles-Olin (http://www.blacksburgbelle.com/): For being someone I admire. For encouraging people to reach their goals.

11. Sage Grayson (http://sagegrayson.com/): For being a ray of sunshine and inspiration.

12. Jo Ann Israel: (http://www.joannisrael.com/): For inspiring me to continue forward and pursuing my dreams. You’ve been a huge inspiration.

13. Shantini Suntharajah: (https://twitter.com/shantinirajah): For your excitement to learn and pursue your dreams. Thanks for inspiring me to grow.

14. Kim Acedo (http://www.transformationwellnessforwomen.com/): For being so freakin’ positive. I love your words! You inspire me.

15. Delores: For always replying to my emails and sending me beautiful messages.

16. My Dad, Ronald: For the support and getting on my case when I was inconsistent with posting (it was helpful). :)

17. My Mom, Diane: For the support and faith that my dreams will come true.

18. My Boyfriend’s Mom, Chris: For reading my blog, sharing your thoughts, and cheering me on.

19. My Boyfriend’s Dad, Bob: For being a reader and cheering me on.

20. My Boyfriend, Darrell: For whipping up some awesome green smoothies and making things a wee bit easier.

21: And, thank You, for your continued support. Please add the link to your website below!

Thank you to EVERYONE who takes time out of their day to read or send me an email. If you celebrate Thanksgiving, I hope you have a wonderful day with family and friends. (With lots of desserts and wine..preferably a Malbec.)

Add your link below and let us know what you are thankful for this holiday season?

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