Monday, September 22, 2014

What is Old can be New again.

I love the opportunity to revisit old Blog posts.
I think in the blogging sphere as you move forward so quickly and are constantly figuring what works best sometimes we don't go back enough to appreciate the growth or to see where someone got started.

The challenge Kimberly from beingawordsmith.com presented today #11 on September Sapphire Even Day Blog Challenge allows for just that.
Rejuvenation: a showcase of old posts we would like to have revisited and commented on.

I selected the following hope you give them a chance and take another peek:
1-No, when it comes to Competition...Everyone is Not a Winner
2-what-more-do-you-want
3-picky-eaters
4-step-parenting
5-pace-yourself

illustration by pndblogtypepad.com

Always stress free xo

2 comments:

  1. On my 9th blogaversary this week I launched my new website, so I will be micromoving some of the juicer posts. :) Totally agree with the Old becomes New again approach.

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    1. Paula thanks for visit and Congrats on 9 years!!! Fantastic longevity look forward to the shares :)

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