brilliant blog posts-Honest Mum
Welcome to my weekly linky #Brilliantblogposts, one of the most kick-ass, inspiring, and Kanye-approved linkies in town.

Ok, so the last point might have been a tiny porky (although I’m pretty sure if KW did read this link-up he’d be pretty damn impressed with you guys and your incredible posts), but the reason I refer to Mr Kardashian is because the post I’m linking up this week is all about ‘how to stop worrying about what others think of you’ – a skill that Kanye has finessed to a fine art.

Despite his haters (and lets face it, there are MANY!), Kanye isn’t afraid to push artistic boundaries and do his thing effortlessly, and with poise, self-assurance and unflinching focus.

You will never please everyone, even the gifted David Bowie (RIP) had his critics, and that is especially true when you are pursuing creative ventures that can divide opinion.

And while I’m not suggesting we all develop Kanye-sized egos (sure the guy’s a creative genius, but he does come out with some cringe-worthy statements) I think we can all take some inspiration from his attitude towards those who don’t get us.

So let’s all be humble with a hint of Kanye, shall we?!

Humble with a hint of Kanye

The post I’ve linked up, also includes some wise advice from TV psychologist and founder of the health and wellbeing site Switch, Emma Kenny. As well as being a great friend, Emma and I have just launched our very own regular feature: #problemshared where, together we offer guidance, support and solutions to your problems.

You can read the first one here on how to switch off.

As always, do make sure you link up your posts below, include my badge/link to each post you add and don’t forget to share the beautiful blog love.

Do tweet me the urls to your post as well and I’ll share with my 23k followers over @honestmummy.

Thanks!

Keep rocking Kayne style, people!

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23 Responses

  1. Rachel

    Hi there
    Thank you so much for hosting. It’s my first time linking up you so thank you for having me.

    Have a lovely weekend xx

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  2. Pili

    Hi, Vicky!! Thanks so much for hosting, it’s my first time here! Still trying not to worry about the others say, but I’m sure I’ll succeed!!

    Hugs,

    Pili
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    • Honest Mum

      So lovely to have you join, the more you practice self-love and having more confidence in yourself, the easier it will be to feel strong and not depend on others xx

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  3. Eb Gargano

    Fab advice, Vicki! Something I try and remind myself of everyday. I am all too prone to worrying to much about what other’s think. I agree with you that kids help. You have to prioritise what’s best for them over what others think and funnily enough I think blogging helps too. I have so many things to do I can’t spend too long worrying about what others think AND all the bloggers I’ve come across (your good self included) are so nice it does rather restore your faith in humanity! 🙂 Eb x

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  4. Little Pickle's Mom

    Thanks Honest Mum! First time linking up, so I hope I live up to the Brilliant Blog title… I mean erm… This is the most brilliant post ever so you all best be going to read it now or you’ll be sorry. Trying to inject some Kanye in there. Thanks for hosting.

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  5. Rachel Bustin

    Thanks for hosting #BrilliantBlogPosts again, I think its an excellent way of discovering new blogs xx
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    • Honest Mum

      So right there, I wish my 11 year old self had felt the way I do know, much love Catherine and thanks for your comment and linking up xx

      Reply

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