blogger recognition award

Wow. I’ve been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by my fellow newbie – blogger janathemunchkin (a great lifestyle blog about a young, inspiring woman who recently moved to Canada and got married). This award was created by Eve to show bloggers that they are part of a community and that their work is appreciated by others. She also wants to establish relationships between authors and their community.

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As I just started blogging a few weeks ago, it’s an honor for me to be nominated. It looks like some of you like what I’m doing and I want to thank you so much for reading my little stories.

The only advice I can give to other new bloggers is to write about things they love and want to share with the world. In my eyes, blogging is not about becoming famous and getting free stuff, it’s all about the people and the stories they want to share. Every newbie like me gets excited when they get a new like on the post as it shows that someone somewhere shares an opinion, a dream or a feeling with you. Sharing inspiration is what matters for me.

I want to nominate some blogs, that are inspiring to me:

tafeltanten

the new german cuisine

nordicwannabe

cooking without limits

simply taralynn

my custard pie

the daily cupboard

a whisk and a spoon

pinkiebag

holy crabness

(most of them are food, lifestyle and travel blogs – some in German)

For some this award nomination procedure maybe like sending chain letters like we did in elementary. You can simply ignore this post and decline it or you can embrace it as an opportunity to get in touch, maybe build a community and show fellow bloggers you like what they are doing.

With all of that said, how can you participate and do your part?
If you are nominated…

  • Select 15 other blogs you want to give the award to. Do some digging if you must! Find those blogs. You cannot nominate yourself or the person who has nominated you.
  • Write a post to show off your award! Give a brief story of how your blog got started, and give a piece or two of advice to new bloggers. Thank whoever nominated you, and provide a link to their blog. List who you’ve nominated in the post.
    • Make sure to also attach the award itself! (You can do this by right-clicking, saving, and uploading the image above).
  • Comment on each blog and let them know you’ve nominated them. Provide a link to the award post you created.
  • Provide a link to the original post on Edge of Night. That way, anyone can find the original guidelines and post if needed, and we can keep it from mutating and becoming confusing! (Note: You can decline the award if you don’t feel up to doing the above)

3 thoughts on “blogger recognition award

  1. Holy food court find, Batman! Kang Thai may be serving
    up food from a counter nestled into the Internet Cafe
    space by CSN but the quality, service, and presentation easily
    exceed what I’ve received in long-established brick and
    mortar locations.

    Came in with the BF, armed with a groupon. Ordered the crispy pork app ($9), shrimp pad se ew ($10), and
    green curry with chicken ($11). Other than receiving my noodle dish with chicken instead of seafood, all
    was great: heaping portions covered the plates, garnishes were provided, metal utensils and cups of water were provided, all brought
    out to our table on a tray. My noodles had plenty of veggies and protein, while the
    thick curry had a good heat level. The plentiful
    crispy pork app lived up to it’s name in terms of terms
    of texture, and paired better with the curry sauce rather than the provided plum sauce.
    The app was demolished but our lunch portions were large
    enough to warrant a takeout box to comprise a dinner portion for
    later. I was extremely pleased with my find, discount
    or not.

    I work and live nearby and anticipate that this is the first of several visits here, both for
    dine in and takeout. They offer order ahead with GrubHub (via Yelp app),
    as well as delivery. Bonus points for offering several vegan items.
    I’ll be coming back for the Kaw Man Kai (similar
    to Hainanese chicken) and Kaw Ka Moo (pork version) soon- fingers crossed they add Khao Soi to the menu too!

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