Very Inspiring Blogger Nomination Award

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Thank you Sandycademy for nominating me for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award. It’s truly honor to be chosen for such an award. I am grateful to anyone who reads this blog and my stories. All I wanted when I started this blog was to find an outlet and a way to remember my journey, but it has brought me so much more than that. I’ve found validation in knowing that I am not alone, acceptance from those who didn’t understand what I was going through, and most importantly, motivation and encouragement from reading other people’s perseverance in overcoming their own struggles. So thank you.


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RULES:
–  Thank the person who nominated you for the award.
–  Add the logo to your post.
–  Nominate ten (10) bloggers you admire and inform them of the nomination.
I nominate…

  1. https://itsapotslife.wordpress.com/
  2. https://indisposedandundiagnosed.wordpress.com/
  3. https://livingwithchronicpainandyournewreality.wordpress.com/
  4. https://sexinthekitchensink.wordpress.com/
  5. https://wordpress.com/read/blog/id/84535539/
  6. https://heidijoneschronicillness.wordpress.com/
  7. https://chronicallysarahlynn.wordpress.com/
  8. https://onlyyoudecide.wordpress.com/
  9. https://thrivingonillness.wordpress.com/
  10. https://cassiefibro.wordpress.com/

2 thoughts on “Very Inspiring Blogger Nomination Award

  1. coolncreative17 says:

    Hey,

    I also live with the ‘Invisible Illness’ ie: Dysautonomia. I can relate to you. I know exactly what it’s like to wake up each morning and not feel refreshed and not know whether it’s going to be a good day or a bad day. My new blog is not yet up and running as yet, although there are some positive quotes which may be useful for you to read but I live in Australia where there is very little research and awareness on my condition and I know what it is like to feel all alone.

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    • The Undiagnosed Warrior says:

      Sorry to hear that you’re dealing with Dysautonomia symptoms as well. It can be extremely isolating, but thankfully they’re are so many great online support groups and pages that connect us all together, including this platform. I look forward to reading your blog and wish you the best of luck raising awareness to Dysautonomia in your area 💙

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