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We’re Grateful

November 28, 2013

princess tile stackIt’s Thanksgiving! And there is no better time to thank all the wonderful people and bloggers who’ve inspired and supported us over our first year of blogging. We’re so appreciative for this online community and incredibly shocked by the amount of love we’ve received from you beautiful strangers.

Thanks to Lauren from Life on a Branch and Erin at Roamin 4 Happiness for nominating us as inspirational bloggers. Both of their sites just ooze twenty-somethingness and it’s wonderful to read about their journeys. Talk about inspiring.

And Tanisha at My Knotted Life just nominated us for a Liebster award! We’re sure you’ll find her as adorable as we do. And she crafts!

We were also lucky enough to contribute as guest posters this year. Thanks to Katie at Ask the Young Professional and David at 20somethings in 2013 for featuring our stories and being host to others. We twenty-somethings need all the camaraderie we can get.

And just because we can, here is a list of a few other writers we think you should check out. It’s a Thanksgiving smorgasbord!

  • Grace, Mae and Kate at The Confederacy of Spinsters: Reading the Spinsters’ blog is why we decided to try this in the first place. If you aren’t subscribed to their witty and relevant posts, go do it immediately.
  • Tijana at I Love The Danger in Distance:  An Aussie with an incredible knack for everything twenty-something. Is there anything she doesn’t cover?
  • Erin at Broke Millennial: As much as we like to pretend we’re not ‘real’ adults yet, every time we read Erin’s posts we’re reminded we actually are. Without her twenty-something perspective on finance we’d be even more in the red than we already are.
  • Kate at Leaving the Land of Cotton: This girl has no filter – in the best way. Her stream of conscious posts always make us smile.
  • Amie at Chasing Conversations: We love that she tells everyday stories and makes them extraordinary. We take our lives one conversation at a time.
  • E, J, B, V, H, L, S, and W at Borderline Adults: Anonymous twenty-somethings after our own hearts.
  • Rebecca at Working Self:  She’s the goal. We all want to be her when we grow up (and right now). How does someone so awesome still seem so incredibly down to earth?
  • Kate at A Bit of Copy:  She’s just starting out. But we love her already.

So thanks kids. We didn’t expect this little anonymous project of ours to reach anyone except the four of us, but we’re so grateful that it has. Here is to even more connection in the coming year! Thanks so much for being a part of it.


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P.s. Anyone we missed? Of course! Help us spread the word about great authors in the comments below.

10 Comments leave one →
  1. copywriter_kate permalink
    November 28, 2013 7:50 am

    Thanks guys! ❤ I'm definitely going to be nosing through everyone's blogs this evening!

  2. November 28, 2013 9:34 am

    Thank you! This is so nice! Happy Thanksgiving to you all and keep up the great work.

  3. November 29, 2013 8:36 am

    I’m thankful to you as well for your contribution to my blog. Hope you all had a happy Thanksgiving

  4. November 30, 2013 2:09 pm

    I’m glad Cindy was able to contribute! Thanks for the shout out ladies. I hope you have a great holiday season and 2014 treats you even better than 2013. Happy (belated) Thanksgiving!

  5. December 1, 2013 11:05 am

    Thanks – I so appreciate this. I don’t know if anyone should truly want to be me (gasp!) but it’s a kind thought indeed!!!

  6. Chasing Conversations permalink
    December 2, 2013 9:55 am

    I’m a little late here, but thanks for the Thanksgiving love, ladies. I’m loving your blog and can’t wait to read future posts!

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