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Inspiring Blogger Award – Thank You Transcending Borders!

What a lovely surprise this morning to open up a notification that my blog is inspiring to another blogger. Transcending Borders Blog.Wordpress is about finding a healthy way to live through forgiveness, acceptance of others, self love, and wisdom. At least that’s how I would describe it. Like most blog awards this one requires each participant to follow a few rules which are posted below. Enjoy! The rules: 1-Display the Award logo on your blog. 2-Link back to the person who nominated you. 3-State 7 things about yourself. 4-Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award and link back to them. 5-Notify those bloggers of the nomination and the award requirements.

Seven things I am:

  1. Compassionate
  2. Imaginative
  3. Funny
  4. Outdoorsy
  5. Lovable
  6. Accepting of others
  7. Searching for wisdom

Fifteen inspiring blogs in no particular order as they are all great blogs to follow:

  1. Energy Medicine and Health
  2. Paula’s Pontifications
  3. Left at the Lights
  4. Kimberly Harding – Soul Healing Art
  5. Lateral Love Australia
  6. Self Love Warrior
  7. In the Beginning – Transplant
  8. Jane Claypool
  9. From a Whisper to a Roar
  10. Life Out of the Box
  11. Feminist Philosophers
  12. The Mean Girl Extinction Project
  13. Walking With The Alligators
  14. FierceBuddhist
  15. Spark: Igniting Global Change

7 thoughts on “Inspiring Blogger Award – Thank You Transcending Borders!”

  1. Thank you and you’re welcome. No putting your blog/self down. The fact is we are both doing great and following our passions. That is inspiring on its own. ❤


  2. You really are inspiring, and I am proud to call you my friend AND my cousin. 🙂 You definitely deserve this award! Congratulations! And thank you for nominating me – that is humbling. Mine is so nothing in comparison! Hopefully one day it will turn out to be something…


  3. I had a beauty mark on my cheek that grew after I had my son a few years ago. I kept “catching” it on my brush, and I feared it would get ripped off one day. So I talked to my dermatologist about it and he was able to remove it easily and it healed quickly. If your beauty mark is REALLY bothering you, talk to a dermatologist. Otherwise, try L’Oreal BB cream.


  4. I have a pretty big dark brown beauty mark right below my eye, and i hate it.
    Some of you are going to say embrace it, but I want it gone.
    I’ve tried concealer and foundation, but nothing covers it up! I can’t
    get surgery to remove it. Please help with any tips and tricks you may have!


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