I’m “Rockin’ Girl Blogger”!?

I’m “Rockin’ Girl Blogger”!?

I almost fell off my chair when Laura Spencer at WritingThoughts awarded me the Rockin’ Girl Blogger Award. It was totally unexpected and a wonderful, wonderful surprise after a long, hard day at work.

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I wasn’t expecting it. I have only just started this blog on 27 February 2007 and I believe I still have a long way to go. My primary, and original objective, was to share my knowledge, experience and expertise honestly and openly as I really, really like the creative industry. I would have been more than pleased if I merely attracted more business and clients through the blog. I never expected to make so many new friends and to have the opportunity to network with really cool people.

What I didn’t expect, when I started blogging, was that I would gain so much knowledge from so many people all over the world within such a short time. Designers, Copywriters, Brand Specialists, Finance Experts, Personal Growth Coaches; the list goes on and on. What I treasure most is the online friendships that have blossomed. Take Laura Spencer for instance, not only do I like her writing, I like her stand in several topics. I find her friendly, warm, forthcoming and she is a copywriter I would call upon for my projects when the opportunity arises.

The best part of the Rocking Girl Blogger Award is that I get to pick new recipients for the award. Here are my picks:

Chris deserves the awards as her views are also practical and to the point. One gains lots of insight from any short posts of hers. I can feel Priscilla’s sincerity in the words she used and it made reading her blog very enriching.

[tags]Rockin’ Girl Blogger, blog awards[tags]

6 Replies to “I’m “Rockin’ Girl Blogger”!?”

  1. I first heard about blogs and blogging while chatting online with a friend from Argentina. That was more the 10 years ago, and I’ve been hooked ever since. The blogosphere is full of gems.

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