Just for fun: Five Blogs I follow – Part One

Hello, my friends!

I follow a lot of blogs. I mean a lot and I am constantly finding more through blog buttons. Anyway today, I thought I’d share a few of my favorites and why I like them. There are so many that this is going to be a two-part blog series!

The Grazy Daisy

I’ve been following Briar since the beginning of her blog. I love reading her posts, they’re all so informative and are constantly giving me new things to try. Briar has so much interesting content, and whenever I read her posts, I am always learning something new. =D

Favorite Post from the Grazing Daisy: My Homemade Chai Tea Recipe

Sword of the Penmaiden

Writing stories to inspire”

I love reading Joelle’s stories, as well as her reviews! She is an amazing writer, and if you haven’t already read her blog or stories, go read them now. They are amazing.

Favorite Post from Sword of the Pen Maiden: Story Day: Gratitude: Part One

This Messy Thing Called Life

A blog about faith, passion, and experiences.”

Rue’s posts on This Messy Thing Called Life are some of my favorite posts I’ve ever read. She’s definitely one of my favorite bloggers. She offers so much encouragement and has some really good thoughts. Make sure to go read a few of her posts!

Favorite Post from This Messy Thing Called Life: When You’re Struggling to Bloom Where You’re Planted

Alicia Marentette

“Just a girl with a blog about her life.”

Alright, I love Alicia’s posts! Her posts are so interesting, and her photography is so fun to see.

Favorite Post from Alicia Marentette: The New Year’s Book Tag

Pen and Ink

SHARING FICTION, POETRY, AND WRITING TUTORIALS

Annabelle is one of my favorite bloggers – She offers some amazing writing tips and on top of that her stories and poetry are awesome!!

Favorite Post from Pen and Ink: 4 Things You need To Know When Starting a Blog

Do you have any favorite blogs? Let me know in the comments!

2022 Goals: Five things I hope to do in the New Year

Hello, my friends!

Aight, so I maybe should have done this a bit earlier, but I scheduled other posts instead, not thinking about it, so, now in mid-January, you get to hear my goals for 2022.

I have way too many goals to try to share all of them. I’m an over-achiever, so there are quite a few goals that I made, as well as some that I probably make later. So, I’m just going to share five today.

Read the whole Bible again

I have read the whole Bible before, just not all at once, but I want to give this a try and I’ve already started reading, so I should be on track. I’m reading it through YouVersion, and I have many friends and family doing it with me, so I should be able to hit this goal since I have accountability to do so.

Give bullet journaling a try


I’m really excited to give this goal a try. I’ve heard about bullet journaling a lot before, and seen others spreads through their blogs. I’ve been thinking about doing it for a while. And then a few days ago, this one blogger I follow, did a post showing her spreads, and it inspired me to actually go through and try it. There’s a first time for everything, right? We shall see how it goes, and I will definitely share some photos if it goes well.

Write a novel/Participate in NaNoWriMo

I’ve written two shorter middle-grade novels, but I’ve never actually attempted writing a whole novel, which I’m going to try to do this year. I also want to participate in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) this year. I’ll keep you all updated on how it’s going, and I’m sure I will share some snippets here.

Read 40 Books (At least ten non-fiction)

I read a ton, but this year, I am going to try to keep track of the books I read and read more non-fiction, which is something I tend to avoid. I’m excited to do this goal!

Blog for one year

I am already a little over two months into this goal, and I’m sure it’s going to be pretty easy, since I’ve learned to love blogging, and I’ve already grown so much as a writer. Anyway, I’m excited to hit my one-year blog-birthday on November 5th.

And there are my goals for 2022. I hope you enjoyed reading about them! Let me know in the comments: do you have any goals for the new year?

Have a blessed day!