Post Comment Love 30th September - 2nd October

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Welcome back to another Post Comment Love, I'm looking forward to reading all your wonderful posts.


This week has been weird, after last week's super organisation and lots of productivity I seem to have lost my motivation and I haven't been able to focus. So much is happening right now and it's difficult to focus on one thing at a time, but focus I must. I'm determined to get back into a good routine. Hopefully next week will be better.

I'll be travelling down to London today for a blogger event. It was all very last minute, and it's not something I would usually do but I figured if I want to do better with the blog I need to put the effort in and go to these events. So for the first time ever I'll be taking myself to London, I have to drive myself to the train station and when I arrive find the place I'm supposed to be going to. It might not sound like much to some but when you spend your days in your own house stepping outside of your comfort zone can be daunting. I'm sure I'll be shaking the whole time but once I've done it it will be less scary right?

As long as I don't get lost in London I'll see you all here next week! 

How has your week been?

Blogger Showcase Fionnuala from The Inconspicuous Blog




Exactly 8 years ago this month (September) Fionnuala set up her first blog, My Kitchen Notebook, as a place to record her own recipes and photos from her travels. Six years and three children later she was inspired to start a second blog, simply named Three Sons Later, as a place to share her way of life and her approach to parenting through crafting, baking, making and spending time in nature. Here you'll find home and garden posts, restoration projects, crafting ideas and travel reports too.



Over the years blogging went from something to dip in and out of to a real hobby, leading to freelance writing and even a couple of awards. Earlier this year Fionnuala decided to set up a third blog, this time on blogging. The Inconspicuous Blog, with the tagline "For the quiet little blogs of this world", is meant as a resource for hobby bloggers to find some reassurance and guidance when things get too much or when they are in doubt as to where to go with their blog. Taking things back to basics, The Inconspicuous Blog is an alternative to the advice of big bloggers. 


Connect with Fionnuala and her blogs here. She's always happy to get in touch with other bloggers.

Facebook
Pinterest
Instagram
Three Sons Later on Twitter
The Inconspicuous Blog on Twitter


Fionnuala's favourite posts

Am I Blogging Properly? from The Inconspicuous Blog

Double Chocolate Salted Brownies from My Kitchen Notebook

Craft Myths, Busted from Three Sons Later

How To Volunteer When You Think You Don't Have TIme from Three Sons Later

Lazy Organisation from Three Sons Later


Pocolo


Each week you'll be able to link up from either of our sites and between us Stephanie and I will comment on every post linked.

The rules; Link up your best post written in the last week and we'd like you to comment on at least two other linked posts, as well as the hosts. 

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Thank you for popping by.


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10 comments:

  1. travelling into London can be daunting I know. I bet it was well worth it though. I went to my first blogger event earlier this year and really enjoyed it. You never know we might get to meet at one sometime.
    www.vanityandmestyle.com

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    1. Thanks Laurie, it was definitely worth going and I feel so much better for doing it. Next time it won't seem quite so scary! I hope we do get to meet at one, that'd be great! x

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  2. Good morning Morgan, I'd probably get lost on the way to the train station! It's so easy not to step outside our comfort zone and the less we do, the harder it becomes. I'm sure you will be just fine and think of all the other lovely bloggers you will meet.... Have a fab time!

    Thank you for hosting.

    xx

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    1. Thanks Debbie, I had a great time. x

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  3. I hope next week is better for you! Good luck at the event. I'm sure you will be fine and have a fantastic time x

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  4. Good luck with your travels, I'm sure you'll be fine, and very proud of yourself afterwards. Hope you have a great time at the convention. Love the showcase this week, I want to go read all of her listed posts now, and the brownies have my mouth watering x
    #PoCoLo

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    1. Thanks Alana, it was a great visit and I'm glad I did it. hehe, yes brownies... mmmm :)

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  5. Hope your event in London went okay. It is always daunting going outside your comfort zone. Thanks for hosting 😀

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    1. Thanks Karen. It was scary but it was really worth going and I'm sure I'll feel much better about doing it in the future. x

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