28 May 2013

Some Memorable Moments of Having This Blog


Today I'm feeling exceptionally grateful for the experience of having this blog.
I started it about 1 1/2 years ago and there really hasn't been a day that I haven't had all of you on my mind and in my heart as I try to think of inspiring things to share here.  Maybe I think about it too much.  But I guess it's just so awesome to me that we could connect here and talk about things in life that matter so very much.

Not sure if this will be interesting, but I thought I'd share a bit of what it's has been like for me behind the scenes, since starting this blog...

Most gutsy moment:  Deciding to write full-time on this blog.  Going from a 12-year career in the city to making $0 money.  Crazy, I know.  Maybe downright ridiculous.  But I just felt like I should do this.  I knew that having kids would make it harder to blog, so I felt an urgency to get this going and give my all while I could.  I've been doing this triple full-time since day one.  I've maybe gone a bit overboard, but it's been hard not to.  :)

Most exciting moment:  Getting a link up by Design Mom after being a blogger for one week!  You should have seen my face.  I thought something was wrong with my stats.  :)  :)

Most embarrassing moments:  Publishing a post and later finding typos.  And since I don't have an editor, no doubt there are many typos lurking still.  Sorry about that!

Most heart warming moments:  Seeing Danny, with a big smile on his face, typing away at night to respond to our readers.  He loooves being able to do that.  If you've ever received an email from him, you're one of the lucky ones.  He puts his heart and soul into it.  One day I so hope he'll be able to write more posts.  (We'd both do this full-time if we could.  Hopefully someday...)

Most nerve-racking moment:  The days leading up to our first on-line class, way back when.  I mean, we were charging money for that.  So there was pressure for it to be good.  We both had moments of terror leading up to it- hoping that it would all go ok.  It did.  :)

Hardest moments:  Not having the time to respond to everyone's emails.  I feel so badly about that.  If you haven't heard back from us and would still like to, please don't hesitate for a minute to send us a reminder email (please!)  We wouldn't mind one bit!!  In fact, we would prefer it!  In the meantime, we'll keep trying to get back to everyone.

Biggest hangover:  It was after the survey we did about 6 months in.  I was so curious (slightly terrified) about what people would say.  And then we got some really beautiful responses that just brought me to tears.  Reading your notes just did me in - but in the best way possible.  The hangover lasted a few days, I think.  I wanted to write about it but I never pulled it off.

Most humbling moments:  Feeling the support, encouragement and kindness from so many in the blogging community.  I had no idea what an amazing community there was behind all the blogs.  Thank you to Gabrielle Blair, Jenny Komenda, Stephanie Brubaker, Catherine Connors, Sara Urquart / Alt SummitJordan Ferney, Liz StanleySarah Bryden Brown, Natalie Holbrook, Erin Loechner, Brooke White, Summer Bellessa, Joslyn (Simple Lovely), Jora (Domestic Reflections), Rebecca Baust, Sherry Silver, and SO many others.  It meant the world to have them acknowledge me as a new blogger when I first started and befriend me either online or in real life.

Most intimidating moment:  Speaking at Alt Summit in Salt Lake City.  It actually turned out to be such an amazing experience, which made me feel so silly about getting worked up for nothing.

Biggest long shot:  Applying for a segment on Oprah.  haha. (thanks to the recommendation of the lovely Hilary Rushford from Dean Street Society).  Oprah wanted people who had learned to be happy, despite their circumstances.  I never heard back from them.  But I guess I'm all for long shots.  :)

Most unbalanced moments:  Everyday...sacrificing a clean house, a groomed self, a to-do list a mile long, etc.  Having this blog has overtaken our lives.  It has been worth it, but I still dream of one day being able to pay some assistants and hire a cleaning lady. :)

Grossest moment:  When we were planning our classes, we were working so hard that every dish in our apt. was dirty.  I mean, we were using mixing bowls to eat out of with big serving spoons.  OK, full disclosure:  It was summer time and I think there was some mold growing on some dirty dishes in the sink.  I told you, GROSS. 

Most tearful moment:  Listening to a speech by Danny's mentor, Clayton Christensen, as he wept and shared what he has dedicated his life to.  We have tried to dedicate our lives to many of the same goals, which made me basically weep through his talk, too.

Most terrifying moment: Writing that post called Love...or Love Addiction (because it included a bit about sex before marriage.)  I worried about it because I didn't want people to think I wrote that post because of my religion.  I came to those conclusions on my own through tough life experiences.

Most uncomfortable moment:  Getting a few comments saying they were sick of seeing our photos.  Well, we aren't really amazing photographers (sorry about that!) It isn't a huge hobby of ours, like it is for many bloggers.  I hope you know that the heart of our blog is to provide some inspiration for your life and we put the majority of our time and energy into that. 

Most thankful moments:  Hearing from you readers.  Thanks a million times over for all the insights, wisdom, stories, opinions, experiences, hardships, and triumphs that you guys have shared.  We read each and every note and comment and they just mean the world to us.  To me, the connections we've been able to have with you all and the community that has been formed here have been better than any job I could have right now.

Well, that's enough for one day.

Lots of love from Brooklyn,

Mara

P.S.  Do you have a blog, by chance?  
What is the "Most ______Moment" that you have had???  I'd love to hear.  Also, for any of you bloggers....leave your blog link in the comments...I'd love to check out more of your blogs!  xo

(Image above is from our little neighborhood.  I just love this time of year here!)


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54 comments:

  1. Love love loved this post! And also love that the couple in the background of the pic has their arms linked together :)

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  2. Dear Mara and Danny,
    I love your blog. I discovered you this spring and you continue to inspire me. Your love story is touching and your struggle to be parents is something with which I identify very deeply. I am a newlywed myself, married to a pretty amazing man. We have a great life for which I am very thankful. I launched a blog in November, but am struggling with how to develop it and build readership. Would you consider a series on blogging how-tos? Thanks again, and many continued blessings to you and Danny.

    Kelly
    http://www.yunbesote.com/

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    1. Kelly - thanks for the suggestion! Some blog how-tos would be such a good idea - I really have learned a ton since starting and could share a few tips. however, most of the things I've learned I sadly haven't even been able to do on my own blog - darn! I guess I just put so much time into writing posts and don't have time to implement many of the tricks of the trade. Little by little, though - it would be great to keep improving this space. Either way, I should definitely do a little series of posts about it.

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    2. Kelly - btw, just looked at your blog and think it's so amazing that after 6 years together, you and your husband still feel like newlyweds! So cool.

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  3. You are both very awesome people and I'm so thankful you took that big life step to be able to pour your hearts and souls into the job. Being a blogger is very demanding! I'm just a small-scale blogger, writing about my life mostly just for my enjoyment and kind of as a diary to look back on.

    I loved your list!

    As for me, I'd have to say my "Most Exciting Moment" was when I saw I had gotten 158 hits on my blog in one day! I later found out that it was my dad catching up on months and months' worth of archives. HA! That was then less exciting, but also totally sweet, and it made my day that my dad would be interested in reading it. My husband reads my blog, too, and he's definitely my biggest fan. I love that he's so supportive of this hobby of mine!

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    1. Sarah, your blog is so cute! Love the washi tape banner at the top. Keep at it, you've got some great content on there :)

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    2. Sarah, agreed! Your blog is so cute! And, of course, all of us Americans just LOVE hearing about living in Europe. :) You have so many great resources for living abroad.

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  4. Always love reading your posts and for you sharing your info!!! I, too, have a blog, and have been blogging on a few platforms for 18 months. Would love for you to visit!!

    www.simplystaciatheblog.blogspot.com

    Still in the "baby" stages with blogspot, but looking forward to a cool journey!!

    xoxo

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  5. i love your blog! I just found it last night on pinterest - a pin about your hair. Which I love btw (curly haired girl myself!). My husband and I also had issues starting our family - different circumstances but not an easy experience nevertheless. We now have 3 kids and our life if crazy, loud and messy. michellebostinelos.com/blog So glad I found you :)

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  6. I haven't really had a "most ___" moment--maybe that means I'm being too safe in my content and priorities! It's a good challenge to be given (to *have* a "most ___" moment). I've had my current blog for two years: emilyhylden.com

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  7. As a small time blogger when other people have printed my words or when I got an email from a reader who said did you know Mormon times linked your idea (has happened twice)and FHE Lessons and watching hits spike :)

    http://thisgirllovestotalk.blogspot.com

    I found your blog from Design Mom's link so its always fun to think I've been reading you since the beginning :)

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    1. and now having Mara come over and comment! so sweet of you in your busy schedule I'm sure.

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  8. My 'Most proud moment' of my blog was a post on infertility(that was very hard to publish) was featured on the Deseret News and the words "It’s powerful in it’s honesty. Please read." followed a short snippet of my post.
    All the way in Australia it was pretty amazing.

    Second was when I started getting emails from women going through infertility saying that I was putting into words how they felt and they felt less alone reading my words - makes all the fear worth it!

    I blog at AHeartFullofFrost.com :) Would love to have you read.

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  9. Hi Mara,

    Looking forward to our chat in July. Thanks again for all you and Danny do. So inspiring.

    If you would like, please find my blog below. It's my little space to be creative and expressive. Enjoy :)

    http://www.intoareverie.com/

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  10. Loved this post, Mara! I've enjoyed your blog so, so much since meeting you and Danny in Philadelphia. For my blog, my most "liberating" moment was when I started adding in posts about my thoughts rather than just posts about what I'm doing. I started my blog to record my travels, but since then, I've worked to make it record my thoughts as well. Like here: http://maddieandmichael.blogspot.com/2013/04/wednesday-words.html
    and here: http://maddieandmichael.blogspot.com/2012/12/those-moments.html

    Thanks for writing, Mara!

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    1. Love that you are blogging!!! That's so wonderful. xo

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  11. Hi there!

    Thanks for sharing your life with us. Your posts make me smile daily =)

    I have two moments that fall under my "most scary" blog moments. I recently wrote about my divorce and the challenges that come with forgiveness {http://shugarlove.com/2013/05/18/three-words/}. I was mortified because I felt so vulnerable putting my heart out there. In turn, my other scary moment is thinking that no one is reading what I write or ever will. I love to write so I do it for myself, but I sometimes wonder if anyone is reading it. I dream of being a full time blogger like you. It's scary putting yourself out there into the void.

    Thanks to you, I'll keep writing because it is my heart.

    Hugs,
    Mrs. ShuGar (shugarlove.com)

    P.S. Typos are a close second scary moment! Thanks to my hubs, he helps me in that department ;-)

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  12. My most uncomfortable moment was when my ex-husband commented a pages long tirade. Super fun. Never a dull day!

    http://drawntotheflame.blogspot.com/

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    1. I should mention, it was a post on forgiveness and his comment was how he did not, in fact, forgive me. So awkward!

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    2. Oh my - yes... that must have been so strange...I can relate.

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  13. My blog is one that mainly family and friends read, not many others, but I have still had a "Most_____" Moment. It was when I publicly wrote about a recent miscarriage. It was pretty nerve racking, but it also felt good to get it out in the open. A kind of healing process.
    crestmodel.blogspot.com

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  14. It's so funny you posted this today because my most nerve-wracking moment came this morning when I set up my Facebook page (TERRIFIED that no one will like me :-/). Seriously, my heart was racing the entire time I set it up. Silly and ridiculous, right? Oh and it's here, if you feel so inclined to "like" me, hah :) https://www.facebook.com/AllSortsOfPretty

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  15. I don't think there has been a post of yours that hasn't been good. I have enjoyed them all. there is always good insights and inspiration in what you write.
    I haven't had any particular memorable moments on my blog, its extremely small and i go through spurts of posting and not posting. there have been times for myself that i have wanted to write about particular things but i never did. too afraid. maybe that will change.
    www.jandcavenues.blogspot.com

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  16. I love seeing glimpses into your life in Brookyln.

    My most nerve wracking moment was opening myself up after we lost our son:
    http://lisetteandcameron.blogspot.com

    Through my blog I hope I can demonstrate how love and loss coexist in all our lives.

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  17. ilookedandbeheld.wordpress.com
    It is a hobby. I like reading text about my religion and church history. The most rewarding moment was when writing I realized that I wasn't writing for an audience. It wasn't about anyone else but me. I wanted to put my thoughts, feelings and insights onto paper. It felt wonderful!

    P.s. As someone who *never* takes pictures, I love seeing pictures of you both. It reminds me that I have wanted to take up photography more.

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  18. My most unexpected moment on my blog was a post I wrote spur of the moment when I was seeing a lot of hateful things on facebook about homosexuality. I wrote it in about one minute, and got more of a response to it than I had any of my other posts.

    I am so glad you made the sacrifice of your previous career to help the world love a little more. You make quite a ripple!

    http://jarliekean.blogspot.com/

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  19. I have been reading your blog pretty much since the beginning and I ♥ ♥ ♥ it! I'm a single divorced Mom to an adorable 6.5 year old girl, and I always wish I lived closer so I could come hear you and Danny speak at a Single Adult Conference. Maybe when my stake is in charge of our SA conference again, I'll have to suggest your names. You've always wanted to visit Dallas, TX before, right? :)

    Here is my blog, and the name of it is "Happiness Is Never Stopping To Think If You Are", which I think goes along so well w/ what y'all say here on your FAB-U-LOUS blog!

    http://lisa-marie-johnson.blogspot.com/

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  20. Mara,

    After reading your blog from the beginning I decided to take the plunge and start my own blog. I had been blogging as a family journal for years but that blog didn't have a purpose other than "what we did last weekend". In March I started a blog to chronicle my journey through depression. www.kristelleschoice.blogspot.com.

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  21. Mara,

    I love, love, love your blog. It truly is a bright spot in my day at work! As a fellow Brooklyn-ite (whoo hoo, Park Slope!) I love your pictures and your recommendations! I also love seeing you and Danny around the neighborhood sometimes and poking my Fiance excitedly saying "That's Mara! I read her blog!!!" He thinks I'm a crazy person!

    I think My Hardest Writing Moments came after my grandfather passed away. Exciting, happy things were happening in my life, but it was hard to write about them without feeling like there was a grey cloud over my head. Sometimes its hard to keep things real but keep track of and remember the happiness in your life...its something I think that you do beautifully.

    xx,
    Kate from 13th Street
    ummmnowwhat.blogspot.com

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  22. I would be tickled absolutely pink to get your opinion on my little blog! Having constructive comments from a successful blogger is very validating!

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  23. Love this. Reading your most gusty moment kicked me right in the butt. I've started a blog, but I seem to get distracted often. Inconsistency is my enemy. My family moved to Japan (hubby is a Naval Officer) and I just knew moving here would give me so much to share, don't get me wrong it does, but I think I go so much I never seem to sit down to write about it. LOL But, as you mentioned putting in the overtime that is exactly what I need to do! Thanks for the inspiration. :)

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  24. Mara, I started reading because I saw that Design Mom link, and how I'm hooked! I think you do a great job of focusing on quality content, with or without pictures. I do have to say I've enjoyed how you incorporate other inspiring abstract images with your profound words. I'm not a blogger, but I like to think I contribute to the community. Someone has to read it all!

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  25. I discovered your blog late last year and was inspired by the joy you seemed to find in writing and sharing. I had been thinking about starting my own blog for awhile as I love to write and share reflections, and your blog helped give me the push to start my own. I'm still in the baby stages and learning a lot- but it has been a lot of fun. I too need to be brave and write about the topics that may be a bit more controversial as I think they are important to reflect on and possible start a new discussion. Thank you for your willingness to share- you remain an inspiration!

    girlnglasses.wordpress.com

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  26. I loved this post - what a great perspective on the last year and a half. I think what I'm most thankful for when it comes to my blog is that... well... my blog is my friend? That perfect non-judgmental space for me to share what's on my mind, where I've been, what I'm doing and more. Sure some people are probably judging, but I can't hear them over the click-clack of my keyboard.
    hellobougeotte.blogspot.com

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  27. I love your blog! I got into reading it after your little interview with my good friend lizzy from the Luncheon Project. I don't have the most active blog. I mostly keep it up for myself. But my most gutsy moment was when I posted about the struggles that I had and continue to have with breast feeding my little baby. I love being able to share my pictures of my simple, little life with my family :)
    bunnyrebecca.blogspot.com

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  28. I really enjoy your blog, and it helps me to be 'a better person' whenever I stop by. I think you can 'chase' people's blogs though clicking their name and often it's attached to their blog or profile (at least in many wordpress hosted blogs).

    The weirdest spikes occur on my blog - thanks to one Ikea Hackers moment, and a blog giveaway elsewhere, and finally, commenting that I shaved my head (in reference to decluttering hair ties etc on a blog I've read and commented on for years). The peaks are soo cool!
    www.livetolist.wordpress.com

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  29. I don't know if I've had a "most" moment yet, I blog mostly for my family but would looove to figure out how to actually monetize the thing :)! Doesn't everyone want that though? I enjoy your positive an honest approach ;)!!

    xo
    Patience of
    www.p-cute.blogspot.com

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  30. I love your blog -- your optimism, faith and clarity are great ways to start my day!

    I started a blog a year ago with a dear friend. We live on opposite sides of the country and found that so much of our catch up time was about the "big" stuff, so we decided to start this blog to catch up on the "little" stuff too. It's been a fun and creative outlet!

    Thanks for sharing all of your love and life joys to your readers!

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  31. I love your blog because it inspires me to be better! And you put your whole heart into it. I love that you start great discussions rather than just commentary on your pictures. Pictures are not everything. (Although you two are the cutest couple, I don't mind seeing pictures!)

    My most exciting moment on my tiny blog was 2 years ago when I wrote a post titled How we really met REVEALED. I thought it was hilarious- and I got like 65 views. Here's the link to it, it really cracks me up :) http://phillipandlydia.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-we-really-met-revealed.html

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  32. My friend Amanda recommended I start reading your blog because I so badly want to live and work in New York City. I can't do the former until I have the latter. Every time I read your blog it motivates me to work harder to get to New York and live my dream. :)

    I really started posting on my blog when my transplanted kidney rejected in 2010. I was so miserable and devastated I cut myself off from most everyone except my family. My brother suggested I update my blog so people could "keep tabs" on me. My most surprising blog moment is always when someone I don't know comments on my blog (it doesn't happen very often). I'm always astonished someone besides my network is reading it.
    www.thebest8years.blogspot.com
    This is one of my favorite posts, one of those that you go back and read and think "Hey, that's pretty great."
    vhttp://www.thebest8years.blogspot.com/2013/04/hey-now-hey-now-dream-is-over.html

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  33. Hi Mara, this was such a cool post to read. Also cool to see everyone's links to their blogs...so going to have to check out some of them.

    My blog is called "Relentless Hope: Healing the World by Healing Yourself" and that is my favourite thing about my blog. It took me so long to find a title that really truly said what I wanted it to say. Unfortunately I haven't given it the time and attention it needs though. :(

    Link: http://michelle-bunt.blogspot.com

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  34. We love Clayton! He's such an inspiration to so many people...I grew up in Boston...how did your husband meet him? My father's in his book a lot...have you read the one about the church in Boston? www.schenewarks.blogspot.com

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  35. I found your blog through Design Mom, and you and Gabrielle both are some of my heroes. And Erma Bombeck.

    I started my first blog (AngelAngelee.blogspot.com) when my precious two-year-old daughter fell out a second-story window, as a way to keep our far-flung families apprised of what was going on (and to keep them praying for her!). The prayers worked, and we're ever so grateful.

    I blog now under an alias (AnitaKnapp.com) to protect the egos (and identity) of my eight children. I can't not write. I walk around composing all day, but it's so hard to find time to actually write. One day...

    My most humbling moments were realizing how many people were reading about and pulling for our little sweetheart. I still can't believe we went through that much trauma and survived it. It just shows me how good people's hearts are, and how much strength we really can get from each other. It also inspires me to get outside myself more, and help where I can. We're all human - we all go through hard. Multiple times. It just comes in different forms. And once we realize that love covers all of the hard... It's a little bit less hard.

    Thanks for your work and encouragement!

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  36. My most embarrassing blogging moment: I started a blog to use as a journal on a DIY remodeling project that had taken so many unusual turns I couldn't believe it myself, even though I was experiencing it. My Word document with photos was getting too unwieldy, and the blogging format worked for me. I meant to keep it private (I am even posting this anonymously). So although I didn't lock it off to everybody, I didn't put any search key words in. I shared the site address with my daughter so she could keep up with what we were doing. She thought I ought to lock it off and allow only certain individuals to visit. Not knowing how this works, I did as she recommended and listed my closest friends and siblings as persons who would be allowed to visit. My plan was to invite them to visit my blog after the project was complete and we had something to show for all our efforts. Suddenly I was getting messages from my brother and sisters about the way were living in a construction zone. Oops. I didn't know that by listing them, they would all receive invitations to visit. I immediately went back and re-read and edited all my posts.

    Now that I'm over that, I readily invite them to check in to see the progress. So what, if they think my life is crazy. It is!

    P.S. I love your blog, and although I have little in common with you (I got pregnant the first try every time; I am now a grandmother of 8; I am not into fashion; I live in the country and am happy to stay home), you give me many ideas that I can use to improve my life. Thank you for your efforts. Your desire to help others be happy is inspiring.

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  37. Mara- for what it's worth, even if you had written about sex before marriage based on your religious beliefs that would be nothing to be ashamed of. Personal spiritual conviction as the result of knowledge gained about religious principles is a legitimate moral guide in my opinion. I think you are/would be 100% respectful of someone sharing their advice based on their religious convictions. In any case, that was one of my favorite posts of yours, and I thought you made great points regardless of religion. :)

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  38. Such fun to read your thoughts on blogging! I started blogging about 3 years ago as a way to promote my etsy shop and show my creative process behind the scenes. Now I blog because I love it! (I am on a brief blogging break right now because we just adopted a two year old and I find my hands wonderfully full, but I do look forward to getting back to it!)
    Www.plumfieldshop.blogspot.com

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  39. Your list was fun to read. I'm a daily blogger in Boston: www.ellenpatton.blogspot.com. I blog about life and post a lot of photos that I take.

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  40. I started a blog a few months after reading yours and finding out our daughter has hypochondroplasia, a form of dwarfism. It has been a great way for me to connect with other people in the little people community, but since I do use it to work through all my thoughts and emotions about my daughter's condition, it makes me feel pretty vulnerable at times. Ultimately, though, I hope that my "putting myself out there" will help other parents who find themselves in a similar situation to not feel so alone. Thanks for the inspiration!
    http://www.lafamiliafig.blogspot.com/

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  41. My most scary moment was the day I first posted (only about two months ago!). I got in the shower and thought about all the people who might think "who is she, to think that anyone wants to read what she has to say?" but then I thought to myself, well, then, they don't have to read it! It's been mostly fun and still a little scary since then!

    mindfulcloset.com

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  42. Mara, thank you for your writing! I am overjoyed every time I read one of your posts. After a few rocky years in my career, I've been working on getting my self confidence back and trying to fall in love with my life again. I just started a blog last week, inspired by so many amazing bloggers out there. Take a peek if you have any interest. I wanted to start it to remind myself to cultivate joy in my life again!

    http://curiositiesabound.blogspot.com/

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  43. I am glad you shared all this moments from the past year. It has been such an intense journey, hasn't it? You totally deserve all the positive aspects blogging has brought to you and I am very happy that so many people have got to discover your blog and read you daily. Your writing style is special and your topics are lovely and unexpected. Just keep writing and inspiring us and feeling back the love :) The little acts of love that you do daily (like sticking love notes at friends' door for Valentine or buying ice cream for the family sitting at the table next to you are priceless. If more people followed your way of living, the world would be such a happier place.
    I have been trying to share positive energy and inspiration through my blog for the past year too. You can have a look if you like :

    http://www.happyby.blogspot.com/

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  44. Love hearing about other people's blogs. And of course I love "A Blog About Love." I think it's daring and touching and thought-provoking. As someone who was adopted as a baby, I particularly enjoyed your recent post about adoption vs. IVF. So glad you decided to write about it.

    http://www.wetdogmuddyboots.blogspot.com/

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