Hello, Fellow Bloggers!
I hope you’re all having a wonderful morning! The new featured posts are now up, so I hope that you’ve all been checking them out. Please feel free to sneak a peek (in any order you’d like), leave a comment here and there and like/follow whenever inspiration hits. Here is a list of this week’s Good Morning Joe’s Featured Posts.
Post Title: “Burstall Pass”
By: Canadian Hiking Photography
About the post: Incredible scenic pictures taken from Burstall Pass. These photos are incredibly overwhelming, especially for someone who loves the magnificence of mountains and all the beauty that they hold.
Post Quote: “As were neared the base the mountain, the morning sun began to break through the clouds above.” (read more…)
SATURDAY’S RELATIONSHIP SPIELS
Post Title: “The Nice Guy Syndrome, The Friendzone, and Everything In Between”
By: Coffee and Keystrokes
About the post: We’ve all heard of these terms and whether you agree or not it’s definitely worth discussing. So many guys get put into “slots” and may be dubbed in the Friendzone without the girl even realizing she’s doing it. It’s just the reality of how a lot of relationships work. If you find yourself with the Nice Guy Syndrome or in the Friendzone and need some advice and/or thoughts on the matter, then this is the post for you.
Post Quote: “It’s like someone reaching into your chest, pulling out your heart, taking a bite out of it then stomping on what’s left. And the worst part is there’s nothing you can do about it. You’re not with her.” (read more…)
SELF IMPROVEMENT SUNDAY
Post Title: “A Vote of Confidence (Or Shut Up I Think You Are Gorgeous)”
By: Pursuit of Plenty
About the post: Pursuit of Plenty write about the need that everyone has for reassurance and approval. Something that can make life easier is putting it upon yourself to help others by giving their confidence a little boost. Check out a few ways that you can make someone’s day.
Post Quote: “Okay, I do see these guys a few days a week. Do they always greet me like this? No. Actually, never. But today it came at the right time. Right place. I felt GOOD. It made me happy. It gave me a little boost. And who couldn’t use a boost?” (read more…)
MOMMY MUSINGS MONDAY
Post Title: “So Long and Thanks For All the Fish…”
By: Of Moms and Monsters
About the post: After a conversation about what you would say to yourself “pre-babies”, Of Moms and Monsters decided to write a letter to her “Then-Self”. Don’t you wish you could go back to before and whip yourself into shape to get ready for whatever adventures lay ahead? What would you say to yourself? Take a look at what she said.
Post Quote: “You are going to wake up a few years from now, and your kid is going to be screaming like the hounds of hell are in his bed. That night will mark the first of many. You think you’re open-minded now? You’re not. You think you’re tough? You have a spine of steel? You aren’t, and you don’t.” (read more…)
HELPFUL TIPS TUESDAY
Post Title: “5 Reasons Why You Should Cry”
About the post: Well, it’s true! Crying has many health benefits that maybe you weren’t aware of. Take a look at Rohan’s 5 Reasons Why You Should Cry and 7 Things To Help You Do It
Post Quote: “And now, for those looking for some suggestions on how to spark a good crying session, I shall share with you the 7 Things that make me cry every…single…time!” (read more…)
RANDOM WRITING WEDNESDAY
Post Title: “Language Pet Peeves – 2″
About the post: Does the English language sometimes drive you a little nuts? Yes – we all make mistakes when it comes to grammar (you know…shit happens), but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take the time to learn a thing or two when it comes to writing. With a bit of a vulgar approach to telling you what’s what, brainsnorts shares a few Language Pet Peeves.
Post Quote: ” 6. “Should “have” versus Should “of” – If you are so stupid that you don’t know the difference, then please don’t ever read my blog again. Let me apologize. It is possible that you don’t know the difference because your teachers were very stupid. If so, then that is not at all your fault. But you still can’t read my blog.” (read more…)
Post Title: “Grandpa’s Greenhouse”
By: Sanctuary Gardener
About the post: The author writes about the memories of their grandfather’s greenhouse. The smell, the feeling, and knowing that those memories had such a deep impact in what they experience day after day in their own garden.
Post Quote: “Although my grandfather has been gone many years now, his memory is always with me. Yet, I feel closest to him when I’m in my garden, tending my plants and nurturing a sense of awe over what I have grown.” (read more…)
So, there they are!
Don’t forget that from now on the links will be available in the top menu under THIS WEEK’S FEATURED POSTS from now on and will be updated every Friday. Please take a look, you may be missing out on a great blog! Hope you enjoy them! Also, send me any links to post(s) that you think would be perfect for one (or more) of these categories (by yourself or a fellow blogger) and I’ll check it out!
Want to read more featured posts? Check out a list of all the previous weeks of featured posts here!
See you tomorrow morning!