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Welcome to November, level eleven of 2021! I can’t believe we’re just weeks away from a new year. And I’m personally hoping that this one brings even bigger and better things for all of us. But, without further rambling, I’m so excited to introduce even more wonderful bloggers to check out this month!
Meet my November Writers.
Andrea Hunt has been a vital part of my husband’s ongoing recovery from burnout. When I first met Andrea, he was going through the motions of a tiring, time-consuming and mentally draining workplace. I was feeling the impacts at home and often feared him coming home because it pained me to see him like that. Andrea not only offered a listening ear but took me through EFT and the benefits that come with it. EFT became a frequent in our lives and Andrea’s advice continues to be of benefit to us.
If you’re interested in EFT or life coaching services in the comfort of your own home, look no further than Andrea! She’s a certified transformational life coach and a member of the International Coaching Federation. Andrea is also qualified in Level 2 EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) and a member of AEFTP (Association of Emotional Freedom Technique Professionals). She’s currently working towards her EFT Masters Level 3 Certification.
** It’s important to note that Andrea does not treat trauma and serious psychological issues. Her focus is on helping people manage their stress and anxiety, limiting beliefs, and re-framing and clearing negative emotions on specific information. Please be mindful of this when going into your session.
Here are a few of Andrea’s top picks from her blog.
- 9 Ways to identify & tackle your fears.
- 3 Ways to find and carry out your purpose.
- What is EFT tapping?
The Plain Simple Life is a blog created and run by Vourneen. She’s a self-confessed minimalist, professional declutterer and organiser. What’s that all mean you ask? Well, Vourneen helps her readers to regain control over their own homes and, ultimately, their lives. She helps switch your mindset into a more positive one, allowing you to make room for decluttering and living a more simple, organised life. Personally speaking, Vaurneen’s blogs have helped me to let go of some of the clutter within my own home, and have even spurred me to make use of old, disused materials found around my house.
Give simple living a chance and check out some of Vaureen’s very own blog post recommendations!
- How to be RUTHLESS when decluttering clothing.
- Being intentional with your life.
- How to STOP shopping online for clothing.
Rebecca from Happy Is uses her blog to promote simplicity and encourages people to transform their lives for the better. She uses her experiences to teach others how they can take control of their lives and experience true, undiluted freedom. Burnt out and sick of the daily grind? Then look no further than Happy Is!
Here are some of their top blog picks for you to check out.
Sunshine Sarah is a ball of sunshine! I’ve been reading through her blogs and just love the diversity. You’ll find posts about mental health, veganism, environmental concerns, film recommendations, and much more. In her own words, Sarah creates content to make others (and herself) feel better about things. You can also find Sarah on Instagram and Twitter should you fancy it.
Check out some of Sarah’s favourite posts!
Plaid and Sugar is run by writer Loren and contains articles on a wide range of topics! We do love a variety here at Nyxies Nook. Loren has been writing since 2017 after moving from Alberta to Quebec. At the time it was originally a sewing blog but has evolved into so much more. If you’re privy to recipes, DIY tutorials, advice columns or even decor, then this is the blog for you.
Much like me, Loren has found solace in her blog. It’s been her sanity and grounding during difficult times and I would like to see nothing more than growth in her future! So jump onto her socials (listed below) and give her a follow on me!
Here are some of Loren’s top picks from her blog.
Run by Nele The Navigatio is an aptly named travel blog. Nele has always had the travel bug thanks to her parents who, much like mine, helped her tick off quite a few countries off her bucket lists. After taking the leap and leaving her communications degree, Nele decided to move from the Netherlands to the UK at the tender age of 18. There she studied English and creative writing.
The Navigatio was born in 2017 giving Nele a place to call her own outside her degree. There she started to document her travels and travel advice for all to see. You can expect to find articles relating to urban travel and culture with a particular focus on Japan!
Here are some of Nele’s favourites from her blog.
- The 10 Best UK City Breaks For A Weekend Trip In 2021.
- Where To Stay In Kyoto – Best Areas & Hotels In 2021.
- The Perfect 3 Week Japan Itinerary.
Journey for Jasmine is a beautiful blog dedicated and inspired by rainbow baby, Jasmine. Sarah discusses her journey, along with the journey of many other families that have gone through similar circumstances. It’s a blog that tugs at the heart strings but also brings many joyous moments.
Here are some of Sarah’s top picks.
- Projects finding your rainbow.
- 7 Ways to reconnect with your partner after pregnancy loss.
- A – Z of emotions of pregnancy loss.
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October to December slots filled up so fast that I barely had time to think! And next year there will be the permanent addition of a monthly newsletter where all my advertisers will be sent out to email subscribers! I’m already taking bookings for 2022, and until December 1st these spaces are only £6. After this time they will go up to £8, so get in while they’re cheap.
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