Thursday, October 10, 2013

Notice Me

I was listening to a few songs the other day and in each song a phrase kept repeating. It was "notice me" and it reminded me of back when I was in high school and that was all I wanted for many reasons. It also made me wonder, how many other girls or women might feel the same. It must be hard to try and be the best you can be and yet still no one say or notices anything about you. It made me feel sad that there might be bloggers out there like that. So I wanted to create a series on my blog called "Notice Me". I know it sounds vain but I wanted to create this series to show the women I have come to know through blogging. I want them, and you, to know how awesome you are, not matter what you are struggling with.

Julie from Awkward to Art is beautiful! She is sweet, honest, kind and curious. I loved getting to know her through her blog. I even went as far as read from the beginning to the newest post. (Although, I am still reading). She has three children and wants another. I can't image. They are all beautiful and unique like her. She loves God and I am soooooo inspired by her. She writes amazing. I would love to see her take that talent and make a book. I would be first in line. On her blog you can read TONS of post about God and how He talks to her and us. I am never short of amazed by her blog. I count her as a HUGE blessing!
Follow Julie: Blog// Twitter // Instagram // Bloglovin

Trichotillomania, eyelash and eyebrow pulling
Aunie from Aunie Sauce is the sauce. haha. Okay really she is amazing. She is one of the many first blogger friends I made. I love her and her blog. She is sweet, funny, honest and stylish! She was married at the end of last year. It was so neat to read that. It was also amazing to read about her new house. But what amazes me is that she suffers with trichotillomania, a disorder to pull out hair (of anywhere) to a noticeable degree. She is fighting it everyday. She is honest about slip ups, which I think is HUGE. One little hair won't hurt anyone BUT she says so anyways. She wants to stay on top of it. She is a huge inspiration to me and I am sure many girls that suffer with it. Her talent is to be open and honest. To inspire and to encourage others that suffer with anything. It has been a HUGE blessing to know her and her blog. 
Follow Aunie: Blog // Twitter // Instagram // BlogLovin

Kaitlyn from Wifessionals is beautiful. Look at that tummy. This is her first child and it was sooo neat to read through her experience. She just had her baby two weeks ago and I can't wait to see the wonderful adorableness of her little one. Kaitlyn has talent. She start Cara Boxes, a monthly swap to make friends. When she wasn't busy organizing those, she was busy writing uplifting posts. I love reading her post and now that she has a little one, it's a whole new adventure. She is going to be an amazing mother. Did you know that she spent her entire preancy helping other bloggers and small businesses. She has TONS of post for new moms. It's great. It is a HUGE blessing to know that she is in the blogging community.
Follow Kaitlyn: Blog // Twitter // Instagram // BlogLovin

I really hope that you follow these amazingly talented bloggers BUT I didn't create this series to drum up their blog OR to get you to follow. I made this series to show off their talents. I made this it to encourage bloggers and women. I want to encourage you too; watch the video below for more inspiration.

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Julie Marie said...

You are so sweet :) thank you Cody. I just realized the other day I never got back to your email, but of course its ok:) love you girl...

Aunie said...

Cody, thank you so much. You are so sweet and I'm honored to be featured here with Julie and Kaitlyn. I am so thankful for you.

Janna Renee said...

I love all of these bloggers! Great notes ;)

Jessica @ Here(and)Now said...

What a sweet series! I really enjoy all of the love the blogging community shows to each other!