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Let’s Empower One Another ๐Ÿ’•

Your words matter. You may not know it, but many times your blog posts help to brighten my day. You are all so awesome and unique, and it shows through your writing.

Today, I again open up for you all to share your blogs, make new connections, and broaden your audiences. The guidelines, like always, are simple…

– To Promote Your Post –

โ—Š Step 1:ย Select a blog post that carries some sort of a positive message. This could be something funny, heartfelt, or inspirational—anything that would make a reader smile.

โ—Š Step 2:ย Share a little bit about your post and pasteย a clickable hyperlink to it.

โ—Š Step 3: Show support to one another through visiting each other’s blogs and liking, commenting, and/or following.

โ—Š Step 4: Bookmark this post and revisit as many times as you would like to explore new arrivals.

Let’s make this community a wonderful place by showing our appreciation for one another.


Phoebe ๐Ÿ’™


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  1. Thank You for your generosity in sharing your platform.
    I teach the Word of GOD from a Hebrew/torah perspective.
    I love helping the Body of Christ connect or reconnect to our Hebrew Heritage in the Scriptures!
    Recognizing and Celebrating the Jewishness of Jesus and the One Who First Loved Us!

    My latest post:

  2. This is an awesome idea, thanks girl ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m Maha, a lifestyle and travel blogger at Beyoutiful! I blog about everything including fashion, beauty, travel, DIY, as well as I like to spread positivity through poems I write.

    I wanted to motivate people through my short poem that I wrote:

    Would love to know what you guys think and I hope it makes you feel better when you read it! ๐Ÿ’•

  3. Hey Phoebe ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿพ
    A fellow blogger shared this post with me and I think your idea is pretty amazing.
    I blog about youth experiences, fiction, trending news and poetry. The post Iโ€™ll share with you is โ€œLetters From a Childโ€ and it describes the way we see the world as children compared to the way we view it as adults. Hereโ€™s the link and I hope you enjoy reading:

  4. Hello everyone, and thank you, Phoebe.

    I find it incredibly important for people to build a positive, constructive mindset by having a positive outlook. It is easy to get caught up in all of the negative aspects that we seek to change in our life and then fail to do anything about it, which is why I urge people to believe in themselves and not always look down on their ideas and experiences. Not all experiences are amusing, but we can at least make them more enjoyable by being positive and understanding that all experiences and feelings allow us to learn more about ourselves and in doing so shape our future for the better. I think it is vital for anyone who finds themselves close-minded and/or down to be reminded of the other, more positive, side of things. Becoming open-minded and positive in character will be life-changing for those who have yet to open themselves up to such wonder.

    Here is my blog post on positive thinking:

    Thanks for reading and have a great week!

  5. Hello Phoebe. Thank you for another amazing opportunity for the blogging world to give hope n bring smiles on people’s faces through your incredible blog space.
    Yesterday was world suicide day and it meant a lot because more people are being lost to suicide. Writers are of no exception, especially poets who give their raw self, emotions n darkness to their writing( some really have a bad state of mental health). So I think it’s good to reach out to people in positivity and help as many as we can avoid this tragedy of suicide. Click this link to read my poem on this:
    Let’s be there for our friends, family n all others who need help as each of their lives is so very important๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š

  6. Hi Phoebe,
    I can’t say enough how much of a great opportunity this is to interact and meet other bloggers, Thank you.

    Here’s a blog post about ‘SCARS’. Everyone has scars and the nonstop talks about moving on are crazy because it’s okay to have a scar and be haunted by its memory. Time heals a wound, but it doesn’t erase the painful memory attached to it, so a healing process is gradual, one step at a time. Read all about here

    Also, my blog remains

    Feel free to check out my blog and contribute to it. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  7. Hi again! Iโ€™m Marcie from Prairie Chick! Iโ€™m kind of a โ€œlifestyleโ€ blogger from the Canadian prairies. In my latest post I shared my homemade chicken soup recipe – nothing from a a package or can. Because who DOESNโ€™T love chicken soup?

    I look so forward to checking out all your blogs as well. Thank you to Phoebe for contributing these kinds of posts to allow us to network ๐Ÿ˜Šโค๏ธ

  8. Good morning! Thank you for creating this sharing space. It is so appreciated and important to have the sense of community and support.

    I would like to share a post entitled, “In the Silence”, it is something I write recently about mindfulness, serenity and inner peace. I hope you enjoy and that the words cause reflection in areas of your soul to bring you the answers you seek.


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