4 Life Lessons From My 4 Favorite Bloggers

Every once in a while, you’ve just got to give a shout out to the people who are doing it right. The people who really get it, and just by being themselves, teach you something by osmosis.

These four bloggers have done that for me. Hats off to you all, and thank you.

And if you haven’t checked out their sites, may this inspire you to do so.

4 Life Lessons from My Favorite 4 Bloggers

Geraldine_Pipe

1. The Everywhereist

Be honest, revel in what you love, and always be uniquely you. Years ago, Geraldine also gave me this sage advice, which stuck with me: let the blog [or insert other responsibility] be the means and not just an end to the means.

WalkingonTravels

2. Walking on Travels

Blogging (as with most things in life) is one part talent, three parts passion, and ten parts good old-fashion hard work. Keryn has all of those in spades … along with some secret superpowers of controlling space and time, I’m pretty convinced.

ZombiePhilip

3.  Ask a Zombie

Some people are just made for certain jobs. Philip is made to write on behalf of Zombie. When you find what you’re made to do, it just clicks… and people can’t help but love the results.

HonestToddler

4. The Honest Toddler

Though humor isn’t my strong suit, I certainly enjoy it when others knock it out of the park (see previous blogger). Lesson learned: appreciate the unique talents in others, so you can better find and focus on your own, too.

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